Kamen Rider Zero-One and Mashin Sentai Kiramager Put On Hiatus
Both shows in the Super Hero Time block of programming will begin airing retrospective specials in place of new episodes.
In the wake of the spread of COVID-19, both Kamen Rider Zero-One and Mashin Sentai Kiramager have both been put on hiatus.
Starting next week, Kamen Rider Zero One will broadcast a two-part special edition on May 17th and 24th entitled “President Special PART.01 & PART.02” that looks back on the battles from the beginning of Kamen Rider Zero-One from the perspective of Aruto Hiden / Kamen Rider Zero-One (Fumiya Takahashi) and Izu (Noa Tsurushima). Toei also teases information about the long haired version of Izu seen in the show’s opening credits. Following on May 31st, an additional retrospective titled “Shooting Special” will air, told from the perspective of Isamu Fuwa / Kamen Rider Vulcan (Ryutaro Okada).
Mashin Sentai Kiramager will broadcast the pre-premiere movie Episode ZERO, which was originally shown in theaters alongside Ryusoulger VS Lupinranger VS Patranger earlier this year. On May 24th, special versions of episodes 1 and 2, featuring new cuts, will be broadcast.
Both programs will be planning further specials in the future, with broadcast dates for the continuation of both shows has yet to be decided.
Source: MantanWeb, Eiga Natalie