Beyblade Burst Surge, also known as Beyblade Burst Superking (ベイブレードバースト超王, Beiburēdo Bāsuto Supākingu) in Japan, is the fifth season of the Beyblade Burst anime, and the twelfth season of the Beyblade anime overall. The season began airing in Japan on April 3rd, 2020 on the CoroCoro YouTube channel and television broadcasting in Japan began on October 5th, 2020, airing 2 episodes every Monday at 7pm JST on Tokyo MX. Episodes later aired every Saturday at 8:30am EST on Disney XD in America, starting on February 20th, 2021 and concluding on October 9th, 2021.
The season later became available to stream on Netflix on April 1st, 2022.
From high atop the Blading world reign the Blading Legends, a select group of Bladers who set the standard to which all other hopefuls aspire. No challenger yet has succeeded in breaking through their ranks.
A legend among legends, Valt Aoi hosts an exhibition match featuring a revolutionary class of Bey: “Lightning Beys”. Inspired by the battle, two unknown brothers, Hyuga and Hikaru Hizashi, issue a challenge: armed with their own Lightning Beys Hyperion and Helios, this unlikely duo is going to topple Beyblade’s ruling elite.
As the Hizashi brothers’ challenge envelops the world’s Blading legends, a new tournament is born to determine who among them is truly the best. In the middle of this mayhem, there lurks a unique Blader shrouded in mystery.
Will Hikaru and Hyuga be the spark that ignites a Blading revolution? With their solar Beys in hand, the brothers are ready to begin their own legend of growth and adventure.
- General Director: Katsuhito Akiyama
- Director: O Jingu
- Series Composition: Hideki Sonoda
- Character Design: Toshiaki Ohashi
- Sound Director: Hiroki Matsuoka
- Music: Todd Bryanton
- Animation Production: OLM
- Production: ADK Emotions
|Character||Japanese VA||English VA|
|Hikaru Hizashi||Haruka Tomatsu||Jade Dennis|
|Hyuga Hizashi||Natsumi Fujiwara||Ryan Bartley|
|Valt Aoi||Marina Inoue||Kimlinh Tran|
|Aiger Akabane||Tomoko Ikeda||Laura Stahl|
|Dante Koryu||Megumi Han||Erika Harlacher|
|Shu Kurenai||Junya Enoki||Alan Lee|
|Rantaro Kiyama||Fumihiro Okabayashi||Kevin K. Gomez|
|Ranjiro Kiyama||Fumihiro Okabayashi||Derek Stephen Prince|
|Silas Karlisle||Takuma Terashima||Mark Whitten|
|Free De La Hoya||Ryoko Shiraishi||Khoi Dao|
|Lui Shirosagi||Romi Park||Brandon Winckler|
|Lain Valhalla||Kaito Ishikawa||Daman Mills|
|Wakiya Murasaki||Yū Kobayashi||Howard Wang|
|Terumi Hizashi||Jennifer Losi|
|Noboru Hizashi||Kaiji Tang|
|Gunta Hanami||Yasuaki Takumi||DW McCann|
|Señor Hanami||Yasuaki Takumi||DW McCann|
- Main article: List of Beyblade Burst Surge episodes
- Main article: List of Beyblade Burst chapters
- We Got the Spin (English)
- The Japanese name 'Superking' is focused off of the Ring names of the main protagonist Beyblades of the season, Super Hyperion Xceed 1A and King Helios Zone 1B.
- Surge is the second Burst season where the Japanese and English versions do not start in the same year, first being Beyblade Burst Rise.
- Surge is the first Burst season to not have an elite Blader team, instead it's the Legendary Bladers.
- Surge is the first 'Burst' season to not play the opening theme song in the Japanese next episode preview, instead it plays an alternate version of "Sparking Revoluton."
- Surge is the second season where the English title card does not reuse the background from the Japanese opening's logo card, first being Rise, instead it uses the beach visual from the first episode, just without Hikaru and Hyuga running.
- This is also the first season to use a shot from an episode in the English title card.
- Surge is the second Burst season to not feature a new song for the English eyecatcher and instead reuses the theme song for the season, "We Got the Spin", first being Beyblade Burst Turbo.