Ain’t that the truth. e.e WB does it too. They advertised Teen Titans for about a year or two and Cartoon Network showed it before they did.
And NICK seems to like running things out of order. It’s making us Power Ranger fans already annoyed showing what looks to be episode 2 or 3 instead of airing episode 1 straight up.
Yeah the 1st episode of Samurai was the 3rd episode of Shikenger.
you could NOT watch samurai (maybe burn it) and watch Shinkenger.
It turned out to be okay, but it still left much to be desired. Nick likes the shows it’s already had more though. AVATAR: The Legend of Korra ran on schedule and went the amount of episodes it was supposed to go even though it was only 11 episodes. That kind of frustrated me a bit, but they redeemed themselves by reaching a deal with Mike and Brian to make 3 more seasons of Korra and have aired Megaforce in order this time.
I’m very wary about what Nick will do with Digimon Xros Wars (Fusion Battles in English). I just hope Saban has enough sense to dub as well as they did with 01/02 and Tamers
Nick also used to have a bad habit of canceling shows stealthily, so that kids would keep watching hoping for new episodes. The series finale of Angry Beavers was never aired because it supposedly made fun of them for this.
Actually, according to producer Mary Harrington, it got pulled because it showed the Beavers dying. (Well, okay, ascending to Cartoon Heaven, but still.) Nobody wanted to kill off the characters.
The episode did make fun of the constant reruns and other questionable Nick practices, but I can’t bring myself to believe that the same network that allowed a show to have a character named Nick forced to be perpetually happy by electroshock therapy would take issue with such a thing.
they do it for the attention and by periodicaly screwing up the episode lists they get to show u episodes ud normally not watch by making the schedual show episodes u were gona watch.
…I’m sorry, what?!
what sucks is when they shift the schedule, and my dvr doesn’t notice and all of a sudden, what was a new episode of Batman brave and the bold is now a rerun of Ben 10, which really sucks since they never rerun brave and the bold
On the disney channel they show the same episode for a week and then th next episode the next week
Ain’t that the truth. I’m still waiting for my Young Justice episodes.
I WANT MORE SAMURAI JACK!
I thought that was how ever channel with cartoons aired them, hell one of the reasons I stopped watching DBZ….or Sailormoon, was literally because they got to a point deep into Namek saga or season 2 and then flitted back to the first episode to play them in order from start to new episodes.
DBZ’s pretty old, you can buy all of the box sets.
But you can just download anime off the internet anyway, can’t you?
Fox Kids did this too! I remember seeing ads for “New episodes of Spider-man: The Animated Series.” Turns out they were episodes I’d seen a year earlier on YTV.
This is one of the reasons I stopped watching TV and instead opted for Netflix or DVDs/Blu Rays.
Amen to that. *I* will decide which episodes I want to see repeatedly, thank you very much.
Also, the Netflix/DVD option allows you to watch your favorite shows based on YOUR schedule, which becomes the only possible way to do it once you get really busy.
Yes, the broadcast model of television is dead, as far as I’m concerned.
Hey I love cartoonnetwork it’s a great channel err……..but that statement is true
I still can’t believe they one-upped this comic with Young Justice. 7 episodes, then a three-month hiatus, then another hiatus until this past January after only TWO more episodes.
Meant to say Young Justice Season 2 is what they did this with.
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