Discussion in 'Transformers Robots In Disguise / Prime Discussion' started by SilverOptimus, May 17, 2010.
My DVR is gonna be very busy.
Wait, wait, wait. Fraggle Rock? FRAGGLE ROCK?!? FRAGGLE ROCK!
Oh yeah, I guess Transformers are cool, too.
I'm still ecstatic they respected the orginal font.
It's all about the orginal font people. THE FONT: respect it!
Time to break out the Proton Packs cause the 80s are back boys n girls oh
thank you Lord. A G1 Transformer Series that takes place before the Original G1 show and a new GI JOE show
I feel like a kid again damb you Hasbro I stopped watching tv after Battlestar Galactica wrapped up on scifi channel now I have to watch tv again not fair so not fair sniff sniff.
Wait who said this new show is a G1 prequel? If anything it's looking more movie prequel than anything.
For anyone curious. The channel this will be is Discovery Kids. If you have discovery Kids, you will have the hub. They are the same channel. Most providers already have that channel. So check your packages, or your listings to see if you already have it.
Discovery Kids, or DKids. If you're on Charter it should be 101. It's included with the digital package.
Can't wait for it to start. I tend to skip that channel right now. Now I'll have a reason to actually watch it on occasion.
Probably getting some of his info confused with War for Cybertron, which Hasbro has stated to be the "official" Transformers prequel
Good line up there
I'll watch Fraggle Rock as well, but only if they respect the original font, dammit.
Looks like my DVR is going to get busy again. Nice of the other networks to either show bad shows or turn the good shows bad so I'll have more time for cartoons now.
It doesn't say which it is. 10/10/10 is a Sunday, though.
Honestly, Sundays would make a bit more sense to me. If you're targeting 6-to-12-year-olds, 1-6 PM weekdays isn't an ideal time slot. They're not going to be home from school until halfway through that. And how many kids that age give half a crap if it conflicts with football?
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