Yes, have some.
- Jul 13, 2003
If we get no more marathons after the Batman Ninja / Under The Red Hood one, I'd expect Food Wars: The Divine Dish to end the weekend before Blade Runner: Black Lotus premieres.Food Wars would have to be doubled up one week for Blade Runner to be its replacement and that's a common theory on what's going to happen these next few weeks. I'm not expecting older shows or Crunchyroll shows, so Black Clover's replacement is still a mystery. I'm still going with Assassination Classroom season 2, but I lost my bet big with thinking that Blade Runner would replace Fena. It's obvious that scheduling chaos is required to make space for Blade Runner as there will not be any slot openings for the show if they replace Black Clover and Fena with something else and air all the other shows as normal.
f we get no more marathons after the Batman Ninja / Under The Red Hood one, I'd expect Food Wars: The Divine Dish to end the weekend before Blade Runner: Black Lotus premieres.
If there are no reruns, Food Wars The Fourth Plate ends November 13th, the same week Blade Runner is supposed to premiere. They would have to double up episodes for that to work and that's why it looks like at least one Toonami show is going to double up in the next few weeks to make room on the schedule for Blade Runner. Still surprised we still don't have the October 23rd schedule yet.
I checked the calendar and you were right. Blade Runner Black Lotus is better off replacing My Hero Academia, not Food Wars: The Divine Dish.
I think they want to reveal it in a promo airing the night of the 16/17th.My Hero Academia ends October 30th, well before Blade Runner is supposed to premiere. The confusing thing is that Blade Runner's ending doesn't correspond to any show ending assuming a normal schedule. I'm surprised we haven't heard of the October 23 schedule or Black Clover's replacement yet. Reddit's panicking about Bebop reruns replacing it, but we'll see. I don't know why they are dragging out the reveal. Let's hope tomorrow we get the schedule reveal.
I think they want to reveal it in a promo airing the night of the 16/17th.
We got some lineup updates:
Yeah, it's supposed to be 12 episodes. Either that image was a typo or maybe they're filling a half hour at the end with Rick & Morty shorts again.I'm a lil confused on something. How many episodes is Fena supposed to have?
Tallying up from them doing two on the night of it's premier and then one a week with no breaks, takes it to 12 after October 23rd, and the marathon of it for October 30th is from 10:30p-5:00a, which is 13 slots.