Things finally calmed down in the latest episode of Pokemon 2019 as Rocket-Dan was given an order to take a vacation and this was applying to all of its members. Go and Satoshi embarks into their own adventure as troubles are always looming about them. So in this post, we are going to talk about Pokemon 2019 Episode 22 spoilers. Again, let me remind you that this post will contain spoilers for the upcoming Pokemon 2019 episodes. So if you don’t want your anime experience spoiled, then it is best to stop reading at this point.
When is Pokemon 2019 Episode 22 update?
Pokemon 2019 Episode 22 will be released on Sunday, 19 April 2020, at 6:00 PM JST. Note that the time is in Japanese standard time, so you might want to convert it to your local time if you want to get the episode immediately after its release.
Before we can look further into the preview for Pokemon 2019 Episode 22, let us take a brief recap of what happened in Pokemon 2019 Episode 21 so we can understand how the story is going to unfold.
Pokemon 2019 Episode 21 Recap
Rocket-Dan had received orders from Sakaki to take a vacation and this order apparently applies to all Rocket-Dan members. But while they were taking things easy, Matori and her Elite team swoop into the area and started to snatch up Pokemon!. Musashi Kojiro, Nyarth, and Sonas have to work with Satoshi and Go to stop Matori without either the two trainers finding out who they are or violating their orders from the headquarters. If you happen to be curious as to what Pokemon 2019 Episode 22 will be bringing us, we have the episode’s preview, and you can check it on the video below.
Pokemon 2019 Episode 22 Preview
For now, that is what the preview for Pokemon 2019 Episode 22 has revealed. The next episode will be airing on Sunday, so it won’t be long before we see how things will go on from here. In the meantime, you can check other popular anime on our site as we always strive to bring you the latest news to date. As soon as the episode airs, we will also be bringing you updates so make sure to look for new content more frequently.