Why? This break of Prime episodes is no different than those other long breaks we got during season 1. When some episodes aired in Canada ahead of time by accident, we still didn't know what they were called until later.YRQRM0 wrote:Somehow I feel like this is bad news for Prime, like something's wrong (which is why a new episode hasn't been announced.)
The difference between Prime and other shows that get canceled after a season or two is that Prime has long lasting staying power, and that it doesn't have to worry about about certain factors that normally get shows canceled that quickly. Hasbro put a ton of investment into Prime, and they're going to go through with it. Season 3 has been in production for a good while now, and rest of season 2 is on the horizon.