Why do streaming services like Netflix (i.e.) refer to something I imagine they simply acquire as an 'original' if they've no hand in producing it? Upcoming Pokemon Journeys for example has "A Netflix Original Series" above the logo... just for an acquisition or are they actually involved in doing something with the anime now in terms of production? Pokemon's not their intellectual property otherwise.
Nick Pluto and Nickgames Pluto both changed their lineups as of today to where each broadcast is now 30m at a time. So far, nothing different added nor removed as far as I can see. Great though for the variety.
Anyone who possibly quit watching Big Bang Theory whenever ago (I'm not one of them) intend to watch the one-hour series finale next Thursday? (Anyone who has still watched can answer too if they wish, I'm just curious about those who had stopped)
I feel I'm a bit behind on this, but anyone know if [as] possibly wrote off "Big O"? I only say write-off as it's the only thing I can think of, but to the point, neither as "The Big O" does it appear anywhere on their shows list on their official site.
What's up with Mattel's fondness with Scare Glow in new Masters of the Universe merchandise? Maybe because he's a FREAKING SKELETON THAT GLOWS IN THE DARK, which is more toyetic than a guy with just a skull for a face, like Skeletor.
Do you know the reason why PPGZ never aired in North America, most of Europe, the Middle East and Africa? I still think that the reason why PPGZ never aired in the US was because a dub separate from the Ocean Group one was planned for the American audience, but never materialized.