Season 5 of the Loud House
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The Henry Danger franchise continues to be milked, with Danger Force.
NickRewind continues to be on auto-pilot.
No Season 4 of Hunter Street (which is coming this year)
This is why I have all episodes set to automatically record. I also try to watch them live as they air, which I did this morning. Then I take the DVR recordings, and record the episodes to DVD. I like to preserve these.
MeTV has handled the airing of these cartoons very well so far. Unlike...
I've been recording episodes of the shows from NickRewind to DVD sometimes, particularly when it's something rarely aired, like All Grown Up and Danny Phantom. I like making my own NickRewind DVDs. I want to have some preservation of these.
This is certainly a moment in history too, because this will be the first time in the United States since 2000 that classic Looney Tunes shorts will be airing on a channel that's not Cartoon Network or Boomerang. And some of these shorts haven't aired in the US in years (such as "One Froggy...
Since Jimmy Neutron is doing this, then I predict some episodes of the original Rugrats series will be airing on the main Nickelodeon next year too, since the reboot is coming out.
I also predict that new episodes of Hunter Street for the 4th season will premiere on the main Nickelodeon again...
I agree. Nicktoons Network went downhill years ago, and I feel the only thing that could save it now it turn it into a fully NickRewind channel. Everything they show are reruns already, so what do they have to lose?
I admit, the ending for "Season's Cheatings" angered me a bit. Lincoln sacrificed his backpack jetpack for nothing, since Chandler already had one. I wish Chandler would have been nice to Lincoln just this one time, and give the backpack jetpack back to him.
Luckily, I happen to get MeTV. It's the only nostalgic over-the-air channel I get. I can't wait. I already do watch MeTV from time to time, and it looks like I'll be watching it more starting in January. With that, and Saved by the Bell already on the schedule for weekends, it's going to truly...
It'll happen eventually. No show runs forever. At least not in its original form.
But when it does happen, the franchise will continue on through spin-offs, reboots and perhaps TV movies, much like Looney Tunes, The Flintstones and Scooby-Doo.
And yes, The Loud House would be "the new...