Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by SilverOptimus, May 29, 2021.
News Post: Transformers: Cyberverse TV Movies Set To Air As Netflix Specials
I'm surprised they aren't moving Transformers content on Paramount+
Next Studio Series sub-line?
paramount has film rights not TV rights
interesting, very interesting. i wonder if netflix will create enough attention to see cyberverse get renewed to continue?
Cyberverse got better each season so I’m excited for this.
Kinda disappointing its not on cable tv but we all know cartoon network wouldn't give a shit or even advertise it and maybe just show it once at 5 in the morning and never show it again ever, hell maybe theyre pissed that Hasbro is now going with Nickelodeon now instead of them
They don't have the money
Cable and streaming companies are throwing cash at every production for more content. Hasbro doesn't care where their content goes, even if it means splitting properties across multiple platforms. Amazon had a Lady Jaye spin-off of GI Joe. The next TF kids' cartoon is going to Nick, while Netflix has almost everything else.
The show is great. I wish Hasbro focused their Generations line on toys for this show instead of WFC.
thats not what it’s about. Paramount’s license is for making movies not shows. Shows are handled by hasbro themselves with other studios involved through agreements for the show that’s in production but owned by hasbro. Similar to how Sony makes spider-man movies while disney handles the cartoons.
Hopefully no more parades.
They rather air Teen Titans Go all day then give other shows a chance.
I understand that, I'm surprised they don't make an agreement for that, but I guess WFC did well for them.
They moved on from that. They still overplay it, but now there's alot of Gumball on the schedule.
I can't wait to watch it!
How many seasons of Cyberverse are there on Netflix, last time I checked there was the first season?
Isn’t gumball suppose to be over?
Are you talking specifically about Transformers? Because Trek shows are for P+.
Well, at least it's going to one of the two streaming services that I have.
It’s weird they even bothered airing Cyberverse on Cartoon Network considering every episode went up on YouTube in the U.S. as well. Maybe a contractual agreement? I doubt the CN airings did much to attract more viewers than its presence on YouTube and Netflix did.
It’s cool these specials exist. I wonder if they were commissioned after the show’s production originally ended or if they were intended from the start. Cyberverse has gone for much longer than expected considering it felt at times like a “filler” show. I’m glad though, I’ve enjoyed it more than I thought.
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