Bouncy X wrote:so its really only 13 episodes? what the hell is that about?
It's what they wanted to do from the very start.
Bouncy X wrote:besides, outside of primetime cartoons, i dont see any other animated series air in syndication anymore...
And for good reason. Most cartoons these days aren't worth airing in syndication.
But that just goes to show how good Prime is, that it's a cartoon that is worthy of syndicated airing.
Though, I can provide an example of a non-sitcom cartoon airing in syndaction. My local WMOR station, which is an independent network, airs CN's Star Wars: The Clone Wars series as part of its programming, which is all syndicated reruns of adult shows and sitcoms.
On the other hand, Prime could
possibly be considered a primetime cartoon since all its new episodes have only aired at night on the Hub.
Bouncy X wrote:i sincerely hope they've mapped it all out properly and it wont feel rushed or like its lacking anything.
To be frank, they already have rushed through their plans. The three-to-four years worth of story material they had planned out wound up getting covered all the way through by the end of season 2. The Beast Hunters theme came as a late decision and was added after the fact.
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Shadowman wrote:This is Sabrblade we're talking about. His ability to store trivial information about TV shows is downright superhuman.
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