Last year, Licensing.biz Magazine and Variety were the first to announce the release of Transformers: Robots In Disguise animated series on Cartoon Network.
Today, Licensing.biz Magazine official website has announced the details of the Second Season along with the release of the show on CITV, United Kingdom.
“CITV is celebrating the arrival of the first series of Hasbro Studio’s Transformers: Robots in Disguise.
The cartoon series lands on the popular children’s network today and with 26 episodes, will air at 7.45 on weekday mornings.
The show – which has been commissioned for two full series and a movie – originally aired on Cartoon Network in March 2015. The second series will air in March 2016.”
Last I heard it was 19 (16 episodes + 1 movie/3 episodes).
So is there for sure 26 episodes for season 2 or is it still the 19 episode thing?
Well then nevermind. :/
If anyone in the UK wants to catch up on series one, its all on demand on sky tv.
Hopefully it doesn't air first in New Zealand this time. That was fun for a bit, but I'd rather not watch it in toaster quality at 8:30am or whenever it was that it aired. Ugh.
Hopefully we get some cool 'Con designs next season and some Warrior figs based on 'em.
I wish that was the case, however, season 2 is appearantly airing in March, according to the report.
Woah, I thought we were getting a shortened second season? Guess not!
March though? Bummer.
Somebody rev up those cam rips now.
I want to see who is in the show for the second season and movie.
Cool, I guess. It'll certainly kill some time.
Looking forward to the second season. I'm not a big fan of the toys, but I've enjoyed the show. Although, I do hope they include some of the other Prime cast members even if their roles are only minor. An update on what they've all been up to since the end of Predacons Rising would be nice, especially for my boy, Smokey.
Oh, and bring back Jazz!
Two full seasons, and a movie.
This should be interesting.
Having previously been shown by a pay channel in the UK, Robots in Disguise started on CITV, which is free to air on Freeview and Freesat, this morning at 7:45am