History Main / CreditsPushback

17th Sep '17 7:53:52 AM Doug86
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** Two more atrocious display examples, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZD9pecq2tE#t=37s both]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIA99EWpFWg from]] [[TheWB ex-WB]] stations.

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** Two more atrocious display examples, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZD9pecq2tE#t=37s both]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIA99EWpFWg from]] [[TheWB [[Creator/TheWB ex-WB]] stations.
16th Sep '17 1:51:41 PM crazysamaritan
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** YTV also did this to the second season finale of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'', in which Megatron and Starscream bicker entertainingly during the credits while floating about abandoned in an unidentified area of space. Many Transformers fans were irate at having a random Canadian lad talking over the snark fest, and were forced to wait until a transcription of the banter from ClosedCaptioning came out.

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** YTV also did this to the second season finale of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'', in which Megatron and Starscream bicker entertainingly during the credits while floating about abandoned in an unidentified area of space. Many Transformers fans were irate at having a random Canadian lad talking over the snark fest, and were forced to wait until a transcription of the banter from ClosedCaptioning UsefulNotes/ClosedCaptioning came out.
1st Sep '17 2:34:57 AM v-n-n-n-n
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* The guidelines for BBC end credits have angered arch TV cynic Charlie Brooker, as they forbid any speech during the credits (basically the precious last 60 seconds of his show's slot) so continuity announcements or trailers may be run. In response, he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yrm2dj6bIU0 ran the end credits at the start of]] [[Series/{{Screenwipe}} his show]], replete with mock pushback scuppering any opportunity for actual credits pushback. He even went as far as to show the Zeppotron[=/=]Endemol logo, run a station ID, and link into a fake show where Victoria Coren discusses the history of wall corners, before [[HostileShowTakeover invading said piece about a minute later]] to rant about this trope (providing the page quote). When the episode was over, he just dumped his viewers directly back onto the channel when he finished talking at the ''real'' end. To promote the show, he often appears ranting in the background of the general [[=BBC4=]] channel ident. [[{{Postmodernism}} How odd]].

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* The guidelines for BBC end credits have angered arch TV cynic Charlie Brooker, Creator/CharlieBrooker, as they forbid any speech during the credits (basically the precious last 60 seconds of his show's slot) so continuity announcements or trailers may be run. In response, he [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yrm2dj6bIU0 ran the end credits at the start of]] [[Series/{{Screenwipe}} his show]], replete with mock pushback scuppering any opportunity for actual credits pushback. He even went as far as to show the Zeppotron[=/=]Endemol logo, run a station ID, and link into a fake show where Victoria Coren discusses the history of wall corners, before [[HostileShowTakeover invading said piece about a minute later]] to rant about this trope (providing the page quote). When the episode was over, he just dumped his viewers directly back onto the channel when he finished talking at the ''real'' end. To promote the show, he often appears ranting in the background of the general [[=BBC4=]] channel ident. [[{{Postmodernism}} How odd]].
27th Aug '17 3:59:06 PM nombretomado
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* TV Land is awful about this. For the past several years, they had done your basic pushback (squeezing the credits to the right, running a promo or a "up next" bumper on the right, then letting the credits have the whole screen again), but they've stopped doing that. They now run the end credits over the final scene of the show in a little blue box, with the [[VanityPlate logos]] shown in full, in little boxes. They only do this with shows run during the day; those that run late at night, like ''Series/{{MASH}}'' and ''ThreesCompany'', are spared or only have their credits pushed to the bottom of the screen momentarily.

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* TV Land is awful about this. For the past several years, they had done your basic pushback (squeezing the credits to the right, running a promo or a "up next" bumper on the right, then letting the credits have the whole screen again), but they've stopped doing that. They now run the end credits over the final scene of the show in a little blue box, with the [[VanityPlate logos]] shown in full, in little boxes. They only do this with shows run during the day; those that run late at night, like ''Series/{{MASH}}'' and ''ThreesCompany'', ''Series/ThreesCompany'', are spared or only have their credits pushed to the bottom of the screen momentarily.
29th Jul '17 8:19:09 PM mimitchi33
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*** Disney Channel US now does this trope randomly if they ''want to'', and out of nowhere, but they fully abuse it during a NoHoperRepeat. Example: to give way for the two-parter series finale of ''Series/AustinAndAlly'', they did this trope on an airing of ''Film/{{Descendants}}'', where before it didn't happen, and kept doing it whenever they use the movie as a no hoper repeat for anything else the channel would use against.

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*** Disney Channel US now does this trope randomly if they ''want to'', and out of nowhere, but they fully abuse it during a NoHoperRepeat. Example: to give way for the two-parter series finale of ''Series/AustinAndAlly'', they did this trope on an airing of ''Film/{{Descendants}}'', where before it didn't happen, and kept doing it whenever they use the movie as a no hoper repeat NoHoperRepeat for anything else the channel would use against.


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** As of July 2017, the United States feed of Cartoon Network has abandoned end credits altogether and now runs them on the bottom of the screen during the last scene of the show.
7th Jul '17 7:23:13 AM mimitchi33
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* A variant similar to the ''Captain Kangaroo'' example in the Fox/ABC Family/Freeform section occurs on airings of the Litton series ''The Inspectors'', but instead of episode clips or images of the show, [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle a message from one of the actors pertaining to the theme of the episode]] plays instead.

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* A variant similar to the The ''Captain Kangaroo'' example in variant from the Fox/ABC Family/Freeform section also occurs on airings of the Litton series ''The Inspectors'', but instead of episode clips or images of the show, where [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle a message from one of the actors pertaining to the theme of the episode]] plays instead.is shown instead of a commercial for another CBS Dream Team show.
7th Jul '17 7:21:37 AM mimitchi33
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** Back in TheNineties when the channel was Fox Family, they had an odd variant of this when they ran ''WesternAnimation/MagicAdventuresOfMumfie''. They made their own custom credits sequence in this format, but the left side of the screen showed clips from the [[ThreeShorts two episodes]] that just aired instead of ads for other shows on the channel.

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** Back in TheNineties when the channel was Fox Family, they had an odd variant of this when they ran ''WesternAnimation/MagicAdventuresOfMumfie''. during their ''Captain's Treasure House'' preschool block. They made their own custom credits sequence in this format, but the left side of the screen showed clips from the [[ThreeShorts two episodes]] that a different thing depending on what show had just aired finished instead of ads for other shows on the channel.channel. ''[[Series/CaptainKangaroo The All-New Captain Kangaroo]]'' had [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle the Captain discussing the episode's lesson with the audience]], ''Mr. Moose's Fun Time'' had a slideshow of pictures from the show set an instrumental of the show's theme song, and ''Series/ShiningTimeStation'' and ''WesternAnimation/MagicAdventuresOfMumfie'' showed clips from the episode that just aired as their original credits music played.



* A variant similar to the ''Mumfie'' example in the Fox/ABC Family/Freeform section occurs on airings of the Litton series ''The Inspectors'', but instead of episode clips, [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle a message from one of the actors pertaining to the theme of the episode]] plays instead.

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* A variant similar to the ''Mumfie'' ''Captain Kangaroo'' example in the Fox/ABC Family/Freeform section occurs on airings of the Litton series ''The Inspectors'', but instead of episode clips, clips or images of the show, [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle a message from one of the actors pertaining to the theme of the episode]] plays instead.
30th May '17 8:12:38 PM Pichu-kun
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* Most anime aired on Western television have their credits pushed off to the side. In addition to this, and along with the earlier Pokemon movie example:

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* Most anime aired on Western television have their credits pushed off to the side. In addition to this, and along with the earlier Pokemon ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie example:



* On a syndicated broadcast of Pokémon 2000, the credits were sped up and synced up to a loop of Polkamon.

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* On a syndicated broadcast of Pokémon 2000, ''Pokémon 2000'', the credits were sped up and synced up to a loop of Polkamon.


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** The early English ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' episodes didn't have their own credits but they at least featured the intro repeated alongside the ending credits. Eventually even the animation sequence was scrapped and there was just a black screen with credits. When the anime made the ChannelHop from Creator/CartoonNetwork to Creator/DisneyXD, [=TPCI=] began airing full endings similar to ''Anime/YokaiWatch''.
25th May '17 10:34:31 PM arnoldmcguire335
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*** Disney Channel US now does this trope randomly if they ''want to'', and out of nowhere. Example: to give way for the two-parter series finale of ''Series/AustinAndAlly'', they did this trope on an airing of ''Film/{{Descendants}}'', where before it didn't happen.

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*** Disney Channel US now does this trope randomly if they ''want to'', and out of nowhere. nowhere, but they fully abuse it during a NoHoperRepeat. Example: to give way for the two-parter series finale of ''Series/AustinAndAlly'', they did this trope on an airing of ''Film/{{Descendants}}'', where before it didn't happen.happen, and kept doing it whenever they use the movie as a no hoper repeat for anything else the channel would use against.



** Animated shows from Disney Junior airing on Disney Channel are also subject to this trope. EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.



** A particularly egregious example was ''/Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'', which had many episodes with stingers that were cut, including the final episode of the first season, which led directly into the second season.

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** A particularly egregious example was ''/Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'', ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'', which had many episodes with stingers that were cut, including the final episode of the first season, which led directly into the second season.



** To GSN's credit, they didn't squeeze or in any way interrupt the credits of shows shown in the ''BlackAndWhiteOvernite'' or ''LoversLounge'' programming blocks. At least at first. They did eventually start doing it, much to the chagrin of those maintaining the guide for the show at the site TV.com, who began maintaining a "credits crunch watch," one example of which can be found [[http://www.tv.com/shows/whats-my-line/episode-413-95896/ here]].

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** To GSN's credit, they didn't squeeze or in any way interrupt the credits of shows shown in the ''BlackAndWhiteOvernite'' ''Black And White Overnite'' or ''LoversLounge'' ''Lovers Lounge'' programming blocks. At least at first. They did eventually start doing it, much to the chagrin of those maintaining the guide for the show at the site TV.com, who began maintaining a "credits crunch watch," one example of which can be found [[http://www.tv.com/shows/whats-my-line/episode-413-95896/ here]].
16th May '17 5:06:31 PM nombretomado
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** Creator/{{CBS}} spares the Lorre plates at the end of ''TwoAndAHalfMen'', 'Series/TheBigBangTheory'', ''MikeAndMolly'' and ''Mom'' (though replacing the music with a network jingle that exists so a voiceover can be done over it), then they go to a credits display.

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** Creator/{{CBS}} spares the Lorre plates at the end of ''TwoAndAHalfMen'', ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'', 'Series/TheBigBangTheory'', ''MikeAndMolly'' ''Series/MikeAndMolly'' and ''Mom'' (though replacing the music with a network jingle that exists so a voiceover can be done over it), then they go to a credits display.
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