JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure anime series gets new season announcement

JoJo: The Final Chapter will premiere in 2018 for an anime adaptation, and it will be available to stream for free on Hulu Plus.

The streaming service, which has a subscriber base of more than 6 million people, announced the news Thursday.

“JoJo: Bizarre Adventures,” the new season will premiere on Hulu, starting on April 10, 2018.

In a video posted to the streaming service’s YouTube channel, the studio announced the show will get a season-long anime adaptation and will premiere for free to Hulu Plus subscribers, with more content coming to the service later in the year.

The series is also set to debut on the Netflix streaming service and Hulu Plus, according to the company.

The anime, which is the fourth season in the JoJo anime franchise, follows the exploits of a group of “super-villains,” including a man named Kite, a young girl named Saki and an orphaned girl named Riku.

JoJo is known for its comedic, action-packed style, and has a loyal fanbase in Japan.

The JoJo franchise has been around since 1992.

The manga follows a group that is united by their common hatred for the “Evil Corporation” and its founder, known as “Bigg Boss.”

The series has sold more than 1.3 billion copies and spawned a film adaptation, JoJo vs. Goro.

It has been adapted into several video games and a television anime series.