Bleach Episode 371: Release Date, Time & Where to Watch

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Bleach, the manga, debuted in 2001 and 20 years after its debut, Tite Kubo returned with a one-shot manga chapter (that leaves space for a new manga arc) and an even bigger piece of news – after 10 years, Bleach will finally adapt the final manga arc and give the anime its proper conclusion in the season 17 of Bleach. While we’re waiting for the Shinigami to finally fight the Quincy, we have decided to tell you everything we know about the upcoming Episode 371 of Bleach, which is scheduled to come out on November 7, 2022.

Bleach Episode 371 release date and time

From what we know at this moment, Episode 371 of Bleach is going to be released on November 7, 2022. The episode’s title is going to be, as was officially confirmed, “Wrath as a Lightning”. The previous episode aired on October 31, 2012. As for the time, the schedules are as follows:

  • Pacific Time: 0:00 AM
  • Central Time: 2:30 AM
  • Eastern Time: 3:30 AM
  • British Time: 8:30 PM

This is the official release schedule for Bleach Episode 371, which reveals when you can expect the episode to air, based on where you are in the world.

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Bleach Episode 371 preview and spoilers

The plot of Bleach Episode 371 is not known at this moment. In this section, we are, thus, going to bring you a recap of the latest episode so that you can roughly know what to expect from the plot in Episode 371:

As Ichigo is dealing with Quilge Opie in Hueco Mundo, the Quincy begin their invasion of Soul Society, killing 1,000 Shinigami in just seven minutes, which causes complete chaos in the Sereitei. Lieutenant Kira is seemingly killed by Bazz-B and Jugram Haschwalth attacks Division 13’s guarding post. Elsewhere, Division 3 Captain Rōjūrō Ōtoribashi hears of Kira’s supposed death while preparing to face NaNaNa Najahkoop, the Sternritter U.

Elsewhere, Division 6 is confronted by Äs Nödt, the Sternritter F, whose fear-inducing technique sends most Division members running with fear until Renji Abarai arrives to face Nödt. Mask De Masculine tries to interfere, but he is quickly disposed of temporarily by Division 6 Captain, Byakuya Kuchiki, who observes that he cannot defeat Äs Nödt without the use of his Bankai. Elsewhere, Sajin Komamura is fighting Bambietta Basterbine, the Sternritter E, Soi Fon is facing BG9, and Tōshirō Hitsugaya is facing off against Cang Du. All of them use their Bankai against the enemy, only to find out that the enemies don’t actually seal their Bankai – they steal them!

The news shocks the Captains even more, as both Ōtoribashi and Kyoraku, who is facing off against Robert Accutrone, are stopped from activating their Bankai. Meanwhile, Mayuri Kurotsuchi is furious with his colleagues for not having waited for his analysis. At the same time, Akon contacts Kisuke Urahara, wanting to get Ichigo to Soul Society.

Ichigo is, meanwhile, having no major problems with Quilge Opie, who is frustrated because he cannot steal Ichigo’s Bankai; Ichigo theorizes that the Quincy are actually afraid of the Bankai, which is why they are stealing them. Urahara intervenes and seemingly kills Opie, sending Ichigo to Soul Society while analyzing their Bankai Plundering abilities. Ichigo is ultimately stopped by Opie, who stands up thanks to the Ransōtengai technique, injuring Orihime and Chad, and shocking Urahara.

Where to watch Bleach Episode 371?

The only places where you can watch Bleach on a regular basis are Disney+ and Hulu. Disney+ and Hulu offer the series regularly through simulcast, but you’ll have to watch it in Japanese, with English subtitles. Other streaming services do offer Bleach as well, but the episodes are not updated regularly so you won’t be able to watch the latest ones. Also, do remember that Disney+ and Hulu do not offer Bleach episodes in every region of the world.

  • Arthur S. Poe has been fascinated by fiction ever since he saw Digimon and read Harry Potter as a child. Since then, he has seen several thousand movies and anime, read several hundred books and comics, and played several hundred games of all genres.