SYM-BIONIC TITAN IS ON NETFLIX! (oh and some Scooby stuff too)

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It's a pre Christmas miracle! An eagle eyed user on Twitter pointed out that Sym-Bionic Titan is now available on Netflix, along with Mystery Incorporated, Zombie Island, and What's New Scooby Doo.


This is the real deal, fellas. I just added Titan, Zombie Island and Mystery Incorporated to my watch list. What a pleasant surprise.
 
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Kinda weird since CN has that deal with HBO MAX but I ain't looking this gift horse in the mouth
 

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Kinda weird since CN has that deal with HBO MAX but I ain't looking this gift horse in the mouth

Technically, HBO Max isn't happening until summer 2020, which is still a ways. In the case of Sym-Bionic Titan, I want to think this is a test to see if an HBO Max exclusive season 2 is worth it, but I’m not holding my breath.
 

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CNSchedules on Twitter noted that there is no CN branding or opening tag. Which would make sense, since it was written off five years ago. I'm assuming that the rights to the show are under WB or WBA.
 

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CNSchedules on Twitter noted that there is no CN branding or opening tag. Which would make sense, since it was written off five years ago. I'm assuming that the rights to the show are under WB or WBA.
If Crossover Nexus is anything to go by, CN still owns the rights to Sym-Bionic Titan
 

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Waiting for the first comment of someone from the Netflix bubble that calls this a 3 Below: Tales of Arcadia ripoff.
 

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Well this is a nice surprise. And getting Mystery Incorporated and Zombie Island as well? Awesome!


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While I was never a huge fan of Sym-Bionic Titan, it is nice that the series is getting some kind of official release again. I didn't think it would after Cartoon Network wrote it off years ago. I'm not sure if they could make a continuation, but that would be nice for the fans. I'm also glad that they put up Mystery Incorporated. It is such a good Scooby Doo series and it definitely deserves some more attention as well.
 
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While I was never a huge fan of Sym-Bionic Titan, it is nice that the series is getting some kind of official release again. I didn't think it would after Cartoon Network wrote it off years ago. I'm not sure if they could make a continuation, but that would be nice for the fans. I'm also glad that they put up Mystery Incorporated. It is such a good Scooby Doo series and it definitely deserves some more attention as well.
Honestly, I never really liked the idea of writing off shows to prevent possible reruns or a revival from happening.
 

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Honestly, I never really liked the idea of writing off shows to prevent possible reruns or a revival from happening.

Where did you ever get that impression? If I recall, CN writes off shows for the sake of tax returns or something of the sort. I doubt they want to bar reruns or revivals of shows like Sym-Bionic Titan (and other shows written off like Megas XLR and Generator Rex). Besides, these shows have been off the air for years--why stop these shows and why do it years after the show ended? Maybe if they were quite expensive, sure. Actually, that might be why these shows in particular were written off: they were worth a lot of money.

Also, these shows rarely get reruns anyway, along with other shows not written off. Highly doubt CN would want to sabotage shows like this on that front.
 

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Where did you ever get that impression? If I recall, CN writes off shows for the sake of tax returns or something of the sort. I doubt they want to bar reruns or revivals of shows like Sym-Bionic Titan (and other shows written off like Megas XLR and Generator Rex).
I'm pretty sure it was to prevent reruns and revivals from happening. There's a reason why Toonami had to burn off the remaining episodes of Beware the Batman.
 

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Sym-Bionic Titan aired on CN Africa for a couple of months and quickly after appearing from the schedule, it just vanished. Same with the last epsiodes of Flapjack and Generator Rex.
 

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