Digimon is also coming back. Instead of the Kitaro reruns they've been airing in the slot, they're airing episode 1 of the show next week. Presumably they're rerunning the three episodes then going on to the new episodes.
EDIT: For those watching Pokemon, it's also back next week.
Zoids Wild ZERO is now rerunning after surviving for so long.
With social distancing measures in place and all, studios are getting ready to record again.
Meanwhile, Mewkledreamy is back next week and PreCure will apparently come back sometime in June. Vanguard still has its May 30th premiere.
I'm surprised Hasbro is doing anything with Popples, Luna Petunia, Glitter Force, etc. I would've expected them to just pull a Disney with them. Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures is also a weird surprise (that show WAS on Discovery Kids Latin America). Tho if Hasbro isn't going to renew their...
It actually was. It was sent to mailing lists shortly before OMM was announced. What we know from the discussion about it in that thread is Sonic X, Bolts and Blip, and Rescue Heroes were out and there would be new shows both new-to-US and new-to-Vortexx.
Yeah, Sonic X and Prime we fully knew about and Oddbods and Pocket Watch were on planned schedules. Thinking about it, your guess on Pocket Watch seems likely. Of course, pocket.watch and Ryan landed a bigger deal with Nickelodeon.
MMPR is the big one that surprises me. If you can answer this...
Now that Hasbro has acquired Saban Brands, they will relaunch Vortexx. Now featuring your favorites like Power Rangers Beast Morphers, Kamen Rider Wizard, Zoids Wild, Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS, and more! Coming to the CW in September 2019! Hasbro is also planning to revive Chaotic with a new animated...
This is two good news in one. Another non-mon kids anime pickup along with Zoids, and Inazuma Eleven coming to North America.
Is Ares replacing Yo-Kai Watch or will YKW be continuing?
Not only that, but in North America Data Squad flopped and Fusion was quickly ditched. Even if Appmon did get...
Called this. The lack of activity for months was a sign something was wrong (FYI, Vortexx was slow for months at the time we found out it was closing).
Admittedly in retrospect KidsClick just couldn't live up to Vortexx, but it was nice to see Mecard and Transformers Energon/Cybertron.
Nick's 2019 slate is pretty good. Star Trek and Lego City have my attention most. Tho it doesn't mean I believe Robbins is good just yet. We'll have to actually see him in action, I mean Christina Miller turned out to be a thousand times worse than Snyder.