It's been a long journey for Goku and friends throughout Dragon Ball Super, but it looks like the currently running Universe Survival Saga will be the last for now. With the new GeGeGe no Kitaro anime eyeing up Super's 9:00am Saturday morning Fuji TV time slot starting April 1, the current run will come to an end this March. The initial reveal of Kitaro's slot had some wondering whether Dragon Ball Super would simply move to another time. SoraNews24 contacted Fuji TV to get an answer, and they ended up with confirmation that the current Dragon Ball Super series will end for the time being. No definite plans have been established for the future, but the official Twitter account swooped in to remind everyone that a feature film is on the way this December. They closed the tweet out with a rather comforting message at least: "Rest assured, the Dragon Ball world lives on!" 「ドラゴンボール超」公式 on Twitter: "いつも応援ありがとうございます！ テレビシリーズ「ドラゴンボール超」宇宙サバイバル編は3月末にいよいよクライマックスを迎えますが、最後まで応援よろしくお願いいたします！ 今年は12月に劇場版の公開も！ ドラゴンボールシリーズはまだまだ続きますのでご期待ください！#ドラゴンボール超… https://t.co/zeKELObop0"