Wrong amount of episodes in a season

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Bleach (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0434665/episodes?ref_=tt_ov_epl) has 71 episodes listed to season 1 which is incorrect. Additionally seasons 2 and 3 do not exist and after season 1 the next selectable option is season 4. 

To correct this the editors would have to add seasons 2 and 3 and change the number of episodes which should look like this:

Season 1: 20 episode 
Season 2: 21 episodes 
Season 3: 21 episodes

With that, 10 additional episodes will remain. Those are to be added to season 4 since it also has an incorrect number of episodes. Additionally season 4 starts with episode 8 which implies that some episodes are missing. 
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AaronKyle

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Hello AaronKyle:
I am simply a contributor and I'm working on fixing this anime series currently.

Here is the link to the Official Broadcaster, which list all 366 episodes as JUST ONE SEASON, as seen on-screen, original Japanese release, according to IMDb Guidelines: https://www.tv-tokyo.co.jp/anime/bleach/episodes/episodes30/index.html

IMDb Staff Member Elizabeth is aware of this fact, as seen here https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topics/ignored-corrections-of-episodes-season-and-number

Please bear with me while I audit the original Japanese episodes as first broadcasted, correct its airdates, titles (Revised Hepburn according to IMDb's Guidelines) and of course, season and episode numbers. Remember this is a 100% Japanese TV show, all the 366 episodes are part of just one season, as seen in the official broadcaster TV Tokyo link above.

I apologize for taking long, but please remember I am not an IMDb employee, just an experienced contributor in Japanese titles.

Excuse if my English is not very good, it's not my native language.

Cheers!