Discussion in 'Transformers Animated Discussion' started by AniProwl, Oct 14, 2008.
One less day to watch Animated
I didn't know Animated was on Sundays.
And why does takign it off make you think CN doesn't care about it? If it were new eps maybe but these are all repeats.
Btw, the Sunday airing was the only time the Optimus Prime nood (those little white guys Cartoon Network has been using for the last few months) could be seen. Now there's no way to see him.
It adds to a list of factors that show CN doesn't care about them which includes
reducing its weekday early morning slot by half , not even greenlighting Season 3, not enough promoting the show,etc.
All due respect, ANYTHING makes you think CN will kill Animated.
I only ever watched it online, on demand and on DVD anyway. :/ I'm not up in the AM!
Yeah Im sorry dude but I agree with Shroob based on many of your posts your a bit of a doomsayer when it comes to Animated. CN are to my understanding heavily involved in Animated which was confirmed (though not directly) to be continuing through 2009 by the Hasbro Q & A. Repeats of Animated removed from CNs Sunday line up oh noes CN hates Animated.........
CN plays with their schedule constantly, it doesn't mean anything bad. In three months it could be right back there.
We'll see in a month or so if CN will stop treating Animated like A/E/C.
I'm honestly surprised their still airing it on Saturdays. I personally just think CN is just waiting for the right time to make their official statement about Season 3. One way or the other we already know it'll happen, as it was green lighted months ago. There's really no reason to worry about it, imo.
1. Cutting back the weekday slot by half is a good thing.
There are only 26 episodes in the repeat cycle.
1/2 hour in morning = 5 weeks & a day per cycle.
1 hour = 2 weeks & 3 days per cycle.
Too many repeats can kill interest in a show.
Even in the most diehard fan.
2. You very seldom heavily promote a show that's in repeats indefinitly.
At some point CN will pull TFA from saturday as well.
They will insert new programming.
Ratings drop for repeats.
Viewers change stations.
A repeat in the middle of an 'all-new' block sends
kids over to theCW or fox or ABCkids.
CN's a business and it has a lot of shows to deal with, not just TFA.
3. CN will greenlight airing season3 when
production is complete or near-complete.
Once they know whats coming, they can schedule it and start promoting it.
4. If you need to see TFA daily, watch the dvd's.
If you and other doomsayers are going to panic every time CN
does something with TFA, perhaps CN isn't the problem.
Sit back and enjoy what's on, while it's on.
Season3 will come soon enough.
Then we can start complaining it was
too short and start demanding season4.
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