Monday, January 03, 2011

Transformers: Prime's Return Dated

The Hub has announced the official return of Transformers: Prime to the airwaves as Friday, February 11, 2011 at 4:30pm EST which will be its regular time slot. The initial five episodes of the series, Darkness Rising, will begin re-airing on January 14th at 4:00pm.
HUB TV TO PREMIERE ORIGINAL SERIES TRANSFORMERS PRIME
New Episode of Popular Series to Premiere February 11; Preceded by Encore of Highly Rated “Transformers Prime” Mini-Series

LOS ANGELES, Ca. – The Hub, a television network for kids and their families, will premiere its original half-hour, full CGI animated series “Transformers Prime” in its regular weekly time period with a new episode Friday, February 11 (4:30 p.m. ET). Announcement of the premiere date was made following the network’s recent record-setting performance of its mini-series event, a five-part presentation of original episodes of “Transformers Prime,” November 29-December 3. The highly anticipated programming event earned the network its best-ever audience deliveries among Persons 2+ and in Households. Also, for the five-day (Monday-Friday, 6–7 p. m. ET) time period average, “Transformers Prime” was the top co-viewed program among all kids cable networks with 43% of Kids 2-11 watching with Adults 18-49.*

Prior to the series’ February 11 premiere, The Hub will present an encore presentation of the “Transformers Prime” five-part mini-series, beginning Friday, January 14 (4 p.m. ET) with back-to-back presentations of the first two half-hour episodes of the mini-series. On successive Fridays in the same time period, The Hub will present two additional episodes of the mini-series, leading to the February series premiere.

The new animated series will feature archrivals the Autobots and Decepticons as they once again face-off in their epic rivalry for control of Earth. The all-new mini-series will feature iconic characters of the franchise, including Autobots Optimus Prime and Bumblebee, and the ominous Decepticon Megatron, as well as introducing new human characters to the action series.

The Hub, which rebranded from the former Discovery Kids on 10-10-10, is a joint venture of Discovery Communications and Hasbro, Inc., and is available to 61 million U.S. cable and satellite households.

“Transformers Prime” is produced for The Hub by Hasbro Studios. Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Jeff Kline are executive producers. Kurtzman and Orci served as co-writers and producers on the hit feature film Star Trek, and are currently co-writers and producers for the feature film Cowboys and Aliens from Dreamworks/Universal, set for release in summer 2011. Kline is also executive producer of The Hub animated series “G.I. Joe Renegades.”
(via TFormers)

16 comments:

  1. Nobody gives a flying fuck about this.

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  2. dragonfire1441/03/2011 11:10 PM

    so why did you click on this page and then comment on it, It's not like your really doing anything commenting on this. nobody is gonna look at your comment for more than 2 seconds, and it not gonna change anybodies mind. So why comment? Oh yes that why your a troll, and have nothing better to do but browse the internet looking at things to make fun of cause you have no life.

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  3. And you have nothing better to do either you asshole that is why you have to reply me,in other words you are a cunt asshole that needs to be an attention whore answering to a "troll" Hahahahaha
    Motherfucker get lost. By the way you stupid fuck Im waiting for the movie,not these stupid cartoons.

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  4. can we stop the little kiddie comments, what are you two 8yrs old and think your tuff cause you can type curse words...cut the crap before the great and wise blog master doesn't let ANYBODY COMMENT ON ANYTHING ON THIS SITE!

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  5. I honestly think he should stop any anonymous comments. If you're gonna comment, we gotta know who you are. Just my opinion. I think you can do that with blogger.

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  6. @Joseph Cagle: like any nickname would prove someone realy identity anything more than being anonymous,uh?

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  7. TRANSFORMERS PRIME was great. It was what TRANSFORMERS 2 should have been.

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  8. @Anonymous (the one who said "like any nickname would prove someone real identity...) - it does a better job than with multiple people named anonymous. No, it might not be their true identity, but at least there's an account and some kind identity, rather real or fake. At least come up with some kind of name. That way we can associate that name with the word "jerk" if one proves themself to be a jerk. Right now, all anonymous people posting here are jerks to me, and cowards too.

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  9. I'm not a fan of anonymous trolls.

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  10. @Joseph Cagle: you sound pathetic as much as really silly. So you are brave by using a nickname on forums? How old are you 5 or less? Really..
    @Matt K: Transformers Prime is childish and the CGI sucks. If they used the same CGI and mood of Transformers War For Cybertron videogame it would have been a very good tv series but this is just bad. Better than Transformers2 movie,what? You people must be on drugs.

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  11. Dude.....calm down....its just a TV show...take a breather sheesh. dont need to go crying over CGI and blah blah blah, overall, I think its got a great story, and the CGI models are great. and deal with them cause they aren't gonna change, or you can cry about it...IDC

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  12. @Anonymous - Dude, if you must know, I'm 30, almost 31. And I've no reason to take you seriously unless you get yourself an account and post here non-anonymously.

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  13. And I'm with the Anonymous guy that said to calm down, it's just a TV show.

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  14. Cool!!! its an excelent series, i hope that make toys with that design of prime.

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  15. BorgQueenBabe1/07/2011 11:37 PM

    I am very excited for the cartoon! I grew up watching transformers and am thrilled that not only movies are being made but with these new cartoons I can add to my collection of figures cause yes I will always be a kid at heart. Thumbs up to the autobots and my favorite decepticon, Soundwave!!

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  16. hey guys i am a huge transformers fan but when i saw this i was like holy hell this is good! anyway what are your ideas on what hasbro should do for the show? mine is too have the humans fall in love!

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