The anime produced by Toei Animation Inc., Dragon Ball Super, began airing in early July 2015 in Japan (Fuji Television) and now, the show is premiering in Latin America with Cartoon Network on Saturday, August 5.
Originally titled Dragon Ball Z, the new version of the animated series is returning to TV with the same Spanish-language voices as the first edition: Mario Castañeda as Goku, René García as Vegeta, José Luis Orozco as Bills, and Arturo Castañeda as Wiss.
"We are happy and proud to be the Latin American home of a property that, same as Cartoon Network Latin America, has captivated such passionate followers and generated so much enthusiasm in the region," said Pablo Zuccarino, VP and Network Manager for Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Tooncas Latin America.
The series, created by Akira Toriyama, will make its debut with a four-episode marathon to later air regularly Mondays through Friday, starting August 7.
Dragon Ball Super also premiered in Europe (available on Crunchyroll Spain) and the US (on Adult Swim in the Toonami block), and is a continuation of Dragon Ball Z after Goku defeated Majin Bu.