Ultraman Series
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Ultraman Trigger:
New Generation Tiga
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Ultraman Trigger:
New Generation Tiga
Japanese poster of Ultraman Trigger
Air date July 10th, 2021 - TBA
Directed by Koichi Sakamoto
Written by Naoki Hayashi
Distributor Tsuburaya Productions
Genre(s) Kyodai Hero
Channel(s) TV Tokyo, YouTube
Episodes TBA
Number 33

Ultraman Trigger: New Generation Tiga (ウルトラマントリガー NEW GENERATION TIGA,   Urutoraman Torigā Nyū Jenerēshon Tiga?) is an ongoing tokusatsu Kyodai Hero television series that will be produced by Tsuburaya Productions. It is the thirty-third entry of the Ultraman Series and will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the TDG Series, acting as a spiritual successor to Ultraman Tiga.[1][2][3][4] The series began running on TV Tokyo in Japan on July 10, 2021 and internationally on YouTube through Ultraman Official.[5]


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Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.


Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Koichi Sakamoto (main director), Masayoshi Takesue, Kiyotaka Taguchi, Takanori Tsujimoto
  • Written by   Naoki Hayashi, Toshizo Nemoto, Keigo Koyanagi, Sotaro Hayashi
  • Screenplay by   TBA
  • Music by   TBA



Episode no. Title Director Writer(s) Air date
1 "Connection of Light" Koichi Sakamoto Naoki Hayashi 2021/07/10
2 "Leap to the Future" 2021/07/17
3 "The Ultra-Ancient Light and Darkness" 2021/07/24
4 "For Smiles" Masayoshi Takesue Toshizo Nemoto 2021/07/31
5 "Akito's Promise" 2021/08/21
6 "The One Hour Demon" 2021/08/28
7 "Inter Universe" Kiyotaka Taguchi Keigo Koyanagi 2021/09/04
8 "The Propagating Invasion" 2021/09/11
9 "The Wings of That Day" Takanori Tsujimoto Sotaro Hayashi 2021/09/18
10 "Wavering Heart" 2021/09/25
11 "The Encounter of Light and Darkness" Masayoshi Takesue Naoki Hayashi 2021/10/02
12 "The 30-Million-Year Miracle" 2021/10/09
13 "The Marked Captain: Detective Marluru's Case File" Naoyuki Uchida Junichiro Ashiki 2021/10/16
14 "The Golden Threat" TBA TBA 2021/10/23


Episode no. Title Director Writer(s) Air date
1 (SP) "Protect the Smiles, the Light of Hope" Yusuke Murakami Junichiro Ashiki 2021/07/02
2 (SP) "The Power to Protect Peace" TBA TBA 2021/08/07
3 (SP) "Heroes Who Soar Through Space" TBA TBA 2021/08/14

Coinciding Episodes

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The first spin-off, Marlu-Dex, has Marluru give the viewer more information on the Ultra Heroes, monsters, and items that appear in the episodes of Ultraman Trigger. It available to viewers with free accounts or above on Tsuburaya Imagination.[7]

Secret Origins of the Nursedessei: The Struggle of Special Section 3

Secret Origins of the Nursedessei

The second spin-off, reveals the origins of the Nursedessei through Marluru's perspective. It is only viewable through Tsuburaya Imagination to those who own Standard and Premium subscriptions.[7]

Galaxy Rescue Force Voice Drama

Main article: Galaxy Rescue Force Voice Drama

Galaxy Rescue Force Voice Drama (ギャラクシーレスキューフォース ボイスドラマ,   Gyarakushī Resukyū Fōsu Boisu Dorama?) is a voice narrated series of short episodes featuring Ultraman Ribut and Sora. Each episode was released on Tsuburaya Productions' official YouTube channel to coincide with the airing of an Ultraman Trigger episode.[7]





Sizuma Foundation

Other Characters

Ultra Heroes

Giants of Darkness

  • Carmeara
  • Darrgon
  • Hudram

Monsters and Aliens

Weapons, vehicles and items


On April 15, 2021, Ultraman Trigger was releveled on Tsuburaya Productions's official website and YouTube channel.[1][2] The website additionally revealed three forms for Ultraman Trigger, Raiga Terasaka as the main protagonist, the transformation items, and Koichi Sakamoto as the series' main director. On June 6, a new poster was revealed alongside four new cast members.[9] It was revealed via a livestream on June 10, that three spin-off programs will air alongside the main show.[7][10]


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