Actually it applies more to Hasbro's seemig need to rebrand every 3 years to get the next "crop" of kids interested. Unfortunately the toys of the mainline continue to get less and less appealing. Thank goodness for Generations. I know Prime was expensive to create, btu you had an emmy award winning show that looked beautiful and was great to watch. Instead hasbro has adopted this mentality of do it as cheaply as possible ever since Prime went off the air. Season's dont really matter. In terms of sheer content. The Original Series and Rescue Bots are pretty much tied The Transformers had 98 1/2 hours episodes, and a Movie. Rescue Bots had 104 1/2 hour episodes, so it's about the same either way. (remember in the 80's episodes were slightly longer because there was less commercial time per half-hour, so The Original series would have the most in sheer volume) RiD 15 had 71 episodes over 3 seasons (the "2.5" season is debatable, I just lump it in with season 2, which was shorter anyway) Prime had 65 Episodes While Cyberverse' 62 episodes may seem impressive over 3 seasons, remember they were only 11 minute episodes, so when compared to the standard 1/2 hour episodes it was only 31 episodes, plus 2 movies coming this November, really isn't much content, and isn't going to break any records in terms of amount of content, or longevity of series. All that being said, I would love for there to be a long lasting Compelling Transformers Animated series. Something that lasted more than 4 seasons, and MORE than 100 episodes. Unfortunately I don't think the Nick series is going to be the answer to my request.