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Dragon Ball Z Kai
Japanese animated series
First episode date: 5 April 2009
Final episode date: 28 June 2015
Network: Fuji Television
Cast: Christopher Sabat, Sean Schemmel, Colleen Clinkenbeard

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Goku and his friends fight to save the Earth from the last remaining members of an alien race. The Saiyans are heading to Earth intent on taking over the planet and Goku, the world’s strongest fighter, prepares for battle against Saiyan warlord Prince Vegeta and his minions.

Dragon Ball Z Kai (known in Japan as Dragon Ball Kai) is a revised version of the anime series Dragon Ball Z. It was produced in commemoration of the original series’ 20th and 25th anniversaries.[1] Produced by Toei Animation, the series was broadcast in Japan on Fuji TV from April 5, 2009[2] to March 27, 2011. It later continued with the final story arc from April 6, 2014[3] to June 28, 2015. It features remastered high definition picture, sound, and special effects as well as a re-recorded voice track by most of the original cast.[4] As most of the series’ sketches and animation cels had been discarded since the final episode of Dragon Ball Z in 1996, new frames were produced by digitally tracing over still frames from existing footage and filling them with softer colors. This reduced visible damage to the original animation. Some frames were selectively cropped, while other frames feature new portions added to scenes that were hand drawn to conform to the designated picture ratio. Much of the material from the Dragon Ball Z anime that was not featured in the Dragon Ball manga has been left out in Kai, which reduced the total episode count from 291 to 167.[5] However, the second part of the series, titled Dragon Ball Z Kai: The Final Chapters by Toei Europe, lasted 61 episodes in Japan, which was fewer than the previously planned 69.[6][7] This brought the total number of episodes to 159 in Japan. The first Blu-ray and DVD compilation was released in Japan on September 18, 2009.[8][9] Individual volumes and Blu-ray box sets were released monthly.[10] France was the first international country to release all 167 episodes on Blu-ray and DVD, while the bypassed episodes remain unreleased in Japan.

Dragon Ball Z Kai, known in Japan as Dragon Ball Kai (ドラゴンボール改「カイ」, Doragon Boru Kai; lit. “Dragon Ball Revised”), is an anime series that is a high-definition remastered and recut of Dragon Ball Z, done for its 20th Anniversary. It premiered on Fuji TV on April 5, 2009 at 9:00am just before One Piece and ended initially on March 27, 2011 with 97 episodes (a 98th episode was later released straight-to-video), and the two shows were marketed together as “Dream 9”, which refers to the hour in which they both aired. The series average rating was 9.4{c3004b8f5e0f37c8553e313d82107df75406ab532a995ee1e957eb0f6eb30398}, with its maximum being 12.3{c3004b8f5e0f37c8553e313d82107df75406ab532a995ee1e957eb0f6eb30398} (Episode 47) and its minimum being 6.4{c3004b8f5e0f37c8553e313d82107df75406ab532a995ee1e957eb0f6eb30398} (Episode 18). Dragon Ball Kai returned to Japanese TV on April 6, 2014, with the Majin Buu Saga, and ended its run for the second and last time on June 28, 2015 with 61 episodes while the original uncut international version would go on to have 69 episodes (bringing the total episode count of the series to 159 for the original Japanese broadcast and 167 for the extended International broadcast)