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22nd Sep '17 9:41:25 PM TommyTiger
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* ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo'' is universally despised in France, though nobody knows why. And so is ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', to the point that Foop's voice actor disowned the series more than Creator/RobPaulsen did for ''WesternAnimation/{{Bubsy}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/CoconutFredsFruitSaladIsland''. And that is ''a lot!''

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* ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo'' is universally despised in France, though nobody knows why. And so is ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', to the point that Foop's voice actor disowned the series more '''[[UpToEleven even more]]''' than Creator/RobPaulsen did for ''WesternAnimation/{{Bubsy}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/CoconutFredsFruitSaladIsland''. And that is ''a lot!''''WesternAnimation/CoconutFredsFruitSaladIsland''.
10th Sep '17 6:30:45 PM GlassCatOwl
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** While ''WesternAnimation/PeppaPig'' as a whole is very popular in Australia, one episode has been banned due to having the moral that "spiders are very small and cannot hurt you" something notoriously ''un''true in Australia, where even non-venemous spiders can have a very painful bite.
7th Sep '17 1:29:11 PM TommyTiger
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* The ''WesternAnimation/Ben102005'' series was well recieved in most of the world, but the Greeks universally ''hate'' this show, and often use it as a prime example of bad modern shows when they write NostalgiaFilter comments.
7th Sep '17 1:28:34 PM TommyTiger
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* The ''WesternAnimation/Ben102005'' series was well recieved in most of the world, but the Greeks universally ''hate'' this show, and often use it as a prime example of bad modern shows when they write NostalgiaFilter comments.
6th Sep '17 6:26:04 AM RCLeahcar
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
** In contrast to [[EnsembleDarkHorse Fluttershy]], the Japanese fandom doesn't like [[SmallNameBigEgo Trixie]] much,[[note]]Although since Trixie is an antagonist in the first place, the trope is somewhat downplayed[[/note]] as arrogance is viewed ''very'' negatively in Japan, which is why it's a popular trait in many villains depicted in Japanese media. By contrast, Trixie is [[LoveToHate popular enough]] in her native North America to get her own entry in the main toyline (the first MLP antagonist in the 30+year history of the franchise to do so), and was the focus character in a few issues of the official comics (though by this point her ego was the subject of CharacterDevelopment).
** ''[=FiM=]'' has spectacularly failed to gain any staying power in the United Kingdom, at least among the target demographic.[[note]] The PeripheryDemographic is a ''much'' different story, though, with British fans making up a disproportionate share of the creative side of the fandom (the largest ''MLP''-themed image site in the world is UK-based).[[/note]] British TV only aired the first season (on Boomerang, since there's no UK version of TheHub). Compare this to the rest of Europe, where most countries have aired all currently-made episodes (''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' has always been more popular in Europe than America, and as happened in TheEighties Hasbro released most of this generation's early [[TheMerch merch]] in Europe first). The series finally returned to British TV in 2013 via Tiny Pop, a channel targeted at preschoolers. It was later moved to the Tiny Pop's freeview sister channel Pop which is aimed at the same audience demographic as Nicktoons. Nowadays, it airs on both channels, with Tiny Pop getting the first run of the latest season, while Pop usually airs the Equestria Girls movies.
** Similarly, the show has failed to gain any lasting mainstream success within its target demographic in Japan, despite Bushiroad's very [[{{Woolseyism}} high quality]] dub. Bushiroad's online store for ''[[Franchise/MyLittlePonyGeneration4 Generation 4]]'' was eventually closed on January 13, 2015, many in-store displays for pony toys were cleared out due to low sales, and the dub was eventually cancelled after season 2. Many believe this to be due to the fact that domestic franchises featuring similar themes and/or targeting similar audiences (''Franchise/HelloKitty'', ''Franchise/PrettyCure'') are considered a dime-a-dozen and caused ''My Little Pony'' to be crowded out. Others blame the cutting of scenes to make room for the long openings, which left a few plotholes. However, it still has a small, yet highly dedicated Japanese fandom among young men and women (just like that of overseas) praising its writing and animation, and the fandom has held at least one convention and puts out some impressive fan works. Since the later seasons and Equestria Girls movies are highly unlikely to receive Japanese dubs anytime soon, Japan's bronies and pegasisters have settled for [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes watching Japanese fansubbed versions]]. Ironically, the Japanese dub itself is subject to GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff, as it is covered on the core fansite Equestria Daily and is generally praised by anime fans for being an amazing translation to Japanese culture.
** This was subverted by the ''Equestria Girls'' spinoff, which wound up [[MorePopularSpinoff eclipsing the main series in popularity]] (and potentially [[{{UnCancelled}} saving the series]]) in the region. The first movie was released in 2015 and proved to be a pretty solid success that the sequels ''Rainbow Rocks'' and ''Friendship Games'' were dubbed and released relatively shortly afterwards. Sega Toys have also taken over the series from Bushiroad, and 52 more episodes of ''Friendship Is Magic'' being announced to be currently in the works.
* While not necessarily hated, in contrast to ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures''' GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff status in Japan, ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' only lasted 13 episodes (the first 12 plus the 49th) when it came to TV Tokyo in 1996. For whatever reason, it simply never caught on there, although it has been rerun on the Japanese Cartoon Network - but always the same 13 episodes.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
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''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': In contrast to [[EnsembleDarkHorse Fluttershy]], the Japanese fandom doesn't like [[SmallNameBigEgo Trixie]] much,[[note]]Although since Trixie is an antagonist in the first place, the trope is somewhat downplayed[[/note]] as arrogance is viewed ''very'' negatively in Japan, which is why it's a popular trait in many villains depicted in Japanese media. By contrast, Trixie is [[LoveToHate popular enough]] in her native North America to get her own entry in the main toyline (the first MLP antagonist in the 30+year history of the franchise to do so), and was the focus character in a few issues of the official comics (though by this point her ego was the subject of CharacterDevelopment). \n** ''[=FiM=]'' has spectacularly failed to gain any staying power in the United Kingdom, at least among the target demographic.[[note]] The PeripheryDemographic is a ''much'' different story, though, with British fans making up a disproportionate share of the creative side of the fandom (the largest ''MLP''-themed image site in the world is UK-based).[[/note]] British TV only aired the first season (on Boomerang, since there's no UK version of TheHub). Compare this to the rest of Europe, where most countries have aired all currently-made episodes (''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' has always been more popular in Europe than America, and as happened in TheEighties Hasbro released most of this generation's early [[TheMerch merch]] in Europe first). The series finally returned to British TV in 2013 via Tiny Pop, a channel targeted at preschoolers. It was later moved to the Tiny Pop's freeview sister channel Pop which is aimed at the same audience demographic as Nicktoons. Nowadays, it airs on both channels, with Tiny Pop getting the first run of the latest season, while Pop usually airs the Equestria Girls movies.\n** Similarly, the show has failed to gain any lasting mainstream success within its target demographic in Japan, despite Bushiroad's very [[{{Woolseyism}} high quality]] dub. Bushiroad's online store for ''[[Franchise/MyLittlePonyGeneration4 Generation 4]]'' was eventually closed on January 13, 2015, many in-store displays for pony toys were cleared out due to low sales, and the dub was eventually cancelled after season 2. Many believe this to be due to the fact that domestic franchises featuring similar themes and/or targeting similar audiences (''Franchise/HelloKitty'', ''Franchise/PrettyCure'') are considered a dime-a-dozen and caused ''My Little Pony'' to be crowded out. Others blame the cutting of scenes to make room for the long openings, which left a few plotholes. However, it still has a small, yet highly dedicated Japanese fandom among young men and women (just like that of overseas) praising its writing and animation, and the fandom has held at least one convention and puts out some impressive fan works. Since the later seasons and Equestria Girls movies are highly unlikely to receive Japanese dubs anytime soon, Japan's bronies and pegasisters have settled for [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes watching Japanese fansubbed versions]]. Ironically, the Japanese dub itself is subject to GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff, as it is covered on the core fansite Equestria Daily and is generally praised by anime fans for being an amazing translation to Japanese culture. \n** This was subverted by the ''Equestria Girls'' spinoff, which wound up [[MorePopularSpinoff eclipsing the main series in popularity]] (and potentially [[{{UnCancelled}} saving the series]]) in the region. The first movie was released in 2015 and proved to be a pretty solid success that the sequels ''Rainbow Rocks'' and ''Friendship Games'' were dubbed and released relatively shortly afterwards. Sega Toys have also taken over the series from Bushiroad, and 52 more episodes of ''Friendship Is Magic'' being announced to be currently in the works.\n* While not necessarily hated, in contrast to ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures''' GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff status in Japan, ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' only lasted 13 episodes (the first 12 plus the 49th) when it came to TV Tokyo in 1996. For whatever reason, it simply never caught on there, although it has been rerun on the Japanese Cartoon Network - but always the same 13 episodes.
26th Aug '17 12:16:32 PM Hirfod
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** ''Film/Batman'' Was a flop in Norway. After Three weeks in theater it was removed, even thought the movie got alot of
advertising the country.

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** ''Film/Batman'' ''Film/{{Batman}}'' Was a flop in Norway. After Three weeks in theater it was removed, even thought the movie got alot of
of advertising the country.
26th Aug '17 12:13:18 PM Hirfod
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** ''Film/Batman'' Was a flop in Norway. After Three weeks in theater it was removed, even thought the movie got alot of
advertising the country.
20th Aug '17 11:30:32 AM BoxerAndCrewSocks
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** ''Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger'' was never really loved in Japan and is seen as mediocre. Its American counterpart, ''Series/PowerRangersRPM'', is one of the best loved series in franchise. ''RPM'' had a lot got a lot of mileage out of pointing out some of ''RPM'''s unusualness, such as the mecha designs, and poking fun at some of the franchise's tropes altogether.
** Among American fans, ''Series/UchuuSentaiKyuranger'' is getting a nice following. Much of the love is owed to it being ''Super Sentai'''s first SpaceOpera plot, which has been the basis for two very successful ''Power Rangers'' adaptations. It's helped that this is also the first time that ''Super Sentai'' production has worked with ''Power Rangers'' production and that, despite the team starting at nine members, each of them seem unique, fleshed out, and fun.

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** ''Series/EngineSentaiGoOnger'' was never really loved in Japan and is seen as mediocre. Its American counterpart, ''Series/PowerRangersRPM'', is one of the best loved series in franchise. ''RPM'' had a lot got a lot of mileage out of pointing out some of ''RPM'''s ''Go-Onger'''s unusualness, such as the mecha designs, and poking fun at some of the franchise's tropes altogether.
** Among American fans, ''Series/UchuuSentaiKyuranger'' is getting a nice following. Much of the love is owed to it being ''Super Sentai'''s first SpaceOpera plot, which has been the basis for two very successful ''Power Rangers'' adaptations. It's helped that this is also the first time that ''Super Sentai'' production has worked with ''Power Rangers'' production and that, despite the team starting at nine members, each of them seem unique, fleshed out, and fun. Bandai may have even let slip that they plan to skip ''Series/DobutsuSentaiZyuohger'' in favor of adapting ''Kyuranger'' for the next season of ''Power Rangers'', since ''Zyuohger'' had a mixed reception among US Sentai and Ranger fans; and the [[MerchandiseDriven tie-in toyline]] may be more appealing with a motif of space travel instead of blocky animals.
15th Aug '17 5:46:47 AM jormis29
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** While ''SesameStreet'' is considered one of the most popular children's shows of all time in the U.S. and has spawned many international co-productions (with local material and dubbed American bits), the success of the exports varies. In particular, the United Kingdom never really embraced the show, with it only airing for a few years before only being represented by shows like the universally kid-friendly ''[[TastesLikeDiabetes Play with Me Sesame]]'' or direct-to-DVD programs. However, the new ''Furchester Hotel'' show on CBeebies has been doing very well.

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** While ''SesameStreet'' ''Series/SesameStreet'' is considered one of the most popular children's shows of all time in the U.S. and has spawned many international co-productions (with local material and dubbed American bits), the success of the exports varies. In particular, the United Kingdom never really embraced the show, with it only airing for a few years before only being represented by shows like the universally kid-friendly ''[[TastesLikeDiabetes Play with Me Sesame]]'' ''Series/PlayWithMeSesame'' or direct-to-DVD programs. However, the new ''Furchester Hotel'' show on CBeebies has been doing very well.
13th Aug '17 3:50:49 PM patriciovalencia117
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** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' was universally loved in its native UK but received a [[BrokenBase mixed reception]] in the US. Some American critics disliked how the film tried to tie together the events of the previous Daniel Craig movies, making it seem like a poorly done Asspull. Likewise, they also criticized ''Spectre'' for lacking originality since it blatantly copied ideas from ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'', ''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'', and previous Bond movies. [[CriticalDissonance Not that their opinions stopped the movie from grossing over $200 million in the US]].

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** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' was universally loved in its native UK but received a [[BrokenBase mixed reception]] in the US. Some American critics disliked how the film tried to tie together the events of the previous Daniel Craig movies, making it seem like a poorly done Asspull.poor attempt to form a cinematic universe. Likewise, they also criticized ''Spectre'' for lacking originality since it blatantly copied ideas from ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'', ''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'', and previous Bond movies. [[CriticalDissonance Not that their opinions stopped the movie from grossing over $200 million in the US]].
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