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Should they claim Ladybug as their own?

  • Yes, I want to see a Netflix show on TV internationally just to piss me off!

  • No! ANYWHERE BUT NETFLIX (or Hulu or Amazon)

  • I don't live in America!

  • IT'S THE NUTSHACK.

  • THIS POLL IS STUPID


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AdrenalineRush1996

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Yeah, but this is Disney Channel US we're talking about here. They're probably just going to shove it to Sundays at 6AM like they did with Pat the Dog and Go Away Unicorn...
Well, I do hope they give the show better treatment than Nickelodeon did.
Honestly...I have no idea why they even bothered acquired the US rights...they're more than likely going to dump it...
Probably because the show did well on their international versions.
 

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I don't think it's been confirmed if Netflix is getting season 3. So It's possible it might end up on Disney Channel.
That could explain why Disney Channel is going through the first two seasons relatively fast. They could be trying to get season three sooner rather than later, especially if they don't want to be further behind other Disney Channels in other countries.

The show is produced in English first, and all of season 3 so far has had English episodes released.
I didn't know that the show is produced in English first. I thought that it airs in France first and then dubbed into English later. I must have been mistaken.

Well, I do hope they give the show better treatment than Nickelodeon did.
That seems pretty likely. I don't know if Netflix would make it harder for them to put the episodes on their website, but they'd probably manage to have the series on their On Demand section. Plus, giving this series a weekday premiere slot seems like a better option than the weekly premiere slot that Nickelodeon gave it. It's much too formulaic and episodic for one new episodes a week to really work.
 

LinusFan303

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Woah season 2 as well that quickly, Disney Channel must have heard me , hope the show does well. and we don't end up getting it replaced after two weeks or something.
 

SweetShop209

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1. That could explain why Disney Channel is going through the first two seasons relatively fast. They could be trying to get season three sooner rather than later, especially if they don't want to be further behind other Disney Channels in other countries.



2. I didn't know that the show is produced in English first. I thought that it airs in France first and then dubbed into English later. I must have been mistaken.
1. Then the US could get to season 3 by May 14.

2. This isn't too surprising. Lolirock, for example, is an American - French production, but its recorded in English first . Tabitha St. Germain's dialogue for Amaru is retained in the French dub. Another example is Stitch And Ai, an American -Chinese cartoon. Unlike the Japanese anime Stitch!, the show is recorded in English first and then Chinese. While France airs Miraculous Ladybug first, the English voices are recorded before the French voices.
 

NeoplanDan

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Well, I do hope they give the show better treatment than Nickelodeon did.
Probably, currently most of the weekday schedule treats animated shows as a minor, less compared to kidcoms that flooded the timeslot entirely.

Probably because the show did well on their international versions.
True, but the mindset is different from each other, most international channels of any given said name based on the network's origin, will treat it a little or so in a average as their own show and it
ll usually get more reruns until they decide to stop, but it doesn't mean the it's free from being screwed over, just not as much as what happens here. While here, it's heavily critical as they have high expectations that is yet to fail, for a imported series to be like the original series, successful in ratings, and if it's a dud, they drop it painfully.
 

AdrenalineRush1996

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Probably, currently most of the weekday schedule treats animated shows as a minor, less compared to kidcoms that flooded the timeslot entirely.

True, but the mindset is different from each other, most international channels of any given said name based on the network's origin, will treat it a little or so in a average as their own show and it'll usually get more reruns until they decide to stop, but it doesn't mean the it's free from being screwed over, just not as much as what happens here. While here, it's heavily critical as they have high expectations that is yet to fail, for a imported series to be like the original series, successful in ratings, and if it's a dud, they drop it painfully.
Well, I get that and I didn't say that it wouldn't get screwed by them. All I said is that I do hope they give the show better treatment than Nickelodeon even if it won't perform better than the original shows they air but that's just me.
 

AdrenalineRush1996

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For one thing, Nickelodeon never aired the show earlier than 8:30 AM on a Saturday, 12 PM on Sunday or Sunday also at 7 PM. Unlike Disney Channel in the US, which is airing it in the Early Afternoon Hours, or Early in the Morning.
Well, I don't expect the show to perform better than the original shows and that's all I need to say.
 

Asa

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  • Miraculous premieres today here on Disney Channel US.
  • The episode order is different from when it was on Nickelodeon (ex. Stormy Weather is ep. 1 and The Bubbler is ep. 2)
  • I hope that Disney Channel US will air the Miraculous Secerts, Tales from Paris, and the ZAG Chibi shorts.
 

Dragnatek

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I know just Disney USA usually doesn't do things like this. They usually don't pick up shows that have already failed twice. Even a show that is a huge hit in the rest of the world. I'm n it complaining and I'm glad they picked it up and I hope it succeeds this time.
 

Mandouga

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I think it's more that Nickelodeon never had faith in the show to begin with. However, what's the second time the show "failed": KidsClick? What happened with KidsClick had nothing to do with the show (not really).
 

Dragnatek

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I think it's more that Nickelodeon never had faith in the show to begin with. However, what's the second time the show "failed": KidsClick? What happened with KidsClick had nothing to do with the show (not really).
Yeah I know it wasn't the shows fault. I didn't even know Kidsclick existed.
 

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