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28th Jan '16 10:27:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* For a while, it seemed as if E!'s only defense against a day of dead air is rerunning ''HesJustNotThatIntoYou'' sandwiched between multiple rerun blocks of Kardashian shows and ''[[Series/{{SexandtheCity}} Sex and the City]]''.
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* For a while, it seemed as if E!'s only defense against a day of dead air is rerunning ''HesJustNotThatIntoYou'' ''Film/HesJustNotThatIntoYou'' sandwiched between multiple rerun blocks of Kardashian shows and ''[[Series/{{SexandtheCity}} Sex and the City]]''.
24th Jan '16 8:38:45 AM mimitchi33
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* [[Creator/{{Animax}} Animax Asia]] averts this at first, with a lot of variety in the anime shown until somewhere around 2012 to 2014 the channel has aired ''nothing'' but ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'' and [[VideoGame/PrettyRhythmAuroraDream the ''Pretty Rhythm'' series]].
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* [[Creator/{{Animax}} Animax Asia]] averts this at first, with a lot of variety in the anime shown until somewhere around 2012 to 2014 the channel has aired ''nothing'' but ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'' and [[VideoGame/PrettyRhythmAuroraDream all three seasons of the ''Pretty Rhythm'' series]].''[[VideoGame/PrettyRhythmAuroraDream Pretty Rhythm]]'' franchise.
24th Jan '16 8:37:37 AM mimitchi33
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* Before it was replaced by [[EdutainmentShow E/I programming]], the [=CW4Kids=] themed block "Toonzai" aired between two to three hours of ''Anime/YuGiOh'' content within its six hour time slot on Saturday mornings, plus ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' advertisements for new cards and episodes intermittent between the other shows. They also aired ''Dinosaur King'', a series with a similar format to ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'', and advertised Bakugan, which is a competitor complete with card game centric anime itself. Any impressionable mind watching the Saturday morning block on the CW at the time was convinced that people dramatically waving trading cards around was the coolest thing ever. This was all justified in that ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' had secured itself in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2009 as the most successful trading card game worldwide, and the fact that a theatrical film was released around that time period.
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* Before it was replaced by [[EdutainmentShow E/I programming]], the [=CW4Kids=] themed block "Toonzai" aired between two to three hours of ''Anime/YuGiOh'' content within its six hour time slot on Saturday mornings, plus ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' advertisements for new cards and episodes intermittent between the other shows. They also aired ''Dinosaur King'', a series with a similar format to ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'', and advertised Bakugan, which is a competitor complete with card game centric anime itself. Any impressionable mind watching the Saturday morning block on the CW at the time was convinced that people dramatically waving trading cards around was the coolest thing ever. This was all justified in that ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' had secured itself in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2009 as the most successful trading card game worldwide, and the fact that a theatrical film was released around that during this time period.

* [[Creator/{{Animax}} Animax Asia]] averts this at first, with a lot of variety in the anime shown until somewhere around 2012 to 2014 the channel has aired ''nothing'' but ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler''.
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* [[Creator/{{Animax}} Animax Asia]] averts this at first, with a lot of variety in the anime shown until somewhere around 2012 to 2014 the channel has aired ''nothing'' but ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler''.''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'' and [[VideoGame/PrettyRhythmAuroraDream the ''Pretty Rhythm'' series]].
24th Jan '16 8:29:22 AM mimitchi33
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*** AdoredByTheNetwork/TeenTitansGo
20th Jan '16 11:35:08 PM jormis29
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* One of the most common criticisms aimed at [[Creator/CapCom Capcom]] is that they tend to hyperfocus on one or two franchises at a time while neglecting or ignoring all of their others. During the mid 2000s, it seemed there was no shortage of MegaMan spinoff games or DevilMayCry titles, while 2D fighting games such as StreetFighter and MarvelVsCapcom stayed locked away with many fans wondering if those games would ever return. eventually, [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIV they]] [[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3 did,]] only for Mega Man and Devil May Cry to take their place and be demoted to primarily re-releases and collections of old games.[[/folder]]
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* One of the most common criticisms aimed at [[Creator/CapCom Capcom]] is that they tend to hyperfocus on one or two franchises at a time while neglecting or ignoring all of their others. During the mid 2000s, it seemed there was no shortage of MegaMan ''Franchise/MegaMan'' spinoff games or DevilMayCry ''Franchise/DevilMayCry'' titles, while 2D fighting games such as StreetFighter and MarvelVsCapcom stayed locked away with many fans wondering if those games would ever return. eventually, [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIV they]] [[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3 did,]] only for Mega Man and Devil May Cry to take their place and be demoted to primarily re-releases and collections of old games.[[/folder]]
13th Jan '16 11:32:21 AM keiyakins
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** Nintendo's \'second party\' developers aren't immune to this either - IntelligentSystems seems to absolutely adore FireEmblem, much to the chagrin of those waiting for an AdvanceWars sequel.
8th Jan '16 3:53:54 PM mimitchi33
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8th Jan '16 3:52:55 PM mimitchi33
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** ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' was this no matter ''what'' Creator/TheCW called its kids' block. It was also true when Creator/TheCW was Creator/TheWB. Even as other shows got moved around, screwed around, and didn't get to complete their runs even when they were ''far'' from LongRunners, the original ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' and at least one of its sequels ''never failed'' to air multiple episodes every Saturday ever. Even a new or new-to-CW show that was treated half as well as YGO ''reruns'' would have been a sign of the apocalypse, unless that new show was a YGO sequel.
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** ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' was this no matter ''what'' Creator/TheCW called its kids' block.block in the pre-One Magnificent Morning era. It was also true when Creator/TheCW was Creator/TheWB. Even as other shows got moved around, screwed around, and didn't get to complete their runs even when they were ''far'' from LongRunners, the original ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' and at least one of its sequels ''never failed'' to air multiple episodes every Saturday ever. Even a new or new-to-CW show that was treated half as well as YGO ''reruns'' would have been a sign of the apocalypse, unless that new show was a YGO sequel.
8th Jan '16 3:51:07 PM mimitchi33
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* Ever since they got the rights to the ''Film/LookWhosTalking'' trilogy in December of 2015, Starz Kids will air at least one film from the series a day, with the second one being the most frequently shown. It got to the point where they aired nothing but the entire series of films for 48 hours during New Year's.
8th Jan '16 3:36:56 PM Lirodon
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* Kids Station, a children's television station broadcast on cable and satellite in Japan, loves ''VideoGame/YoKaiWatch'' so much that it airs five and a half hours of the show every day.
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* Kids Station, a The Japanese children's television station broadcast on cable and satellite in Japan, channel Kids Station loves ''VideoGame/YoKaiWatch'' ''Anime/YoKaiWatch'' so much that it airs five and a half hours of the show every day.day. Justified, though, as it's one of the biggest [[CashCowFranchise Cash Cow Franchises]] in the demographic.
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