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20th Jul '17 9:28:19 AM moloch
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* Each series of ''Series/BabylonFive'' has its own subtitle: 'Signs and Portents', 'The Coming of Shadows', 'Point of No Return', 'No Surrender, No Retreat' and 'The Wheel of Fire'. However, this subtitle does not appear in the credits and was strictly informal until the DVD releases, when the subtitle was included on the front cover packaging.

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* Each series of ''Series/BabylonFive'' has its own subtitle: 'Signs and Portents', 'The Coming of Shadows', 'Point of No Return', 'No Surrender, No Retreat' and 'The Wheel of Fire'. However, this subtitle does not appear in the credits and was strictly informal until the DVD releases, when the subtitle was included on the front cover packaging. The SequelSeries ''Series/{{Crusade}}'' would have been named 'To The Ends Of The Earth', after the WhamEpisode that never happened due to cancellation.
8th Jul '17 4:35:56 PM Sharlee
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* ''Series/{{Gotham}}'' had the subtitle "Rise of the Villains" added for its second season. And then "Wrath of the Villains" for the second half of the season.

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* ''Series/{{Gotham}}'' had the subtitle "Rise of the Villains" added for its second season. And then "Wrath of the Villains" for the second half of the season. For season three, they used "Mad City" and "Heroes Rise".
8th May '17 11:00:00 PM RacattackForce
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* In an odd example, the final season of ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' was titled "Regular Show [[spoiler:[[RecycledInSpace in Space]]]]" due to [[spoiler:the Park Crew and Eileen being stuck in space]]...in advertising only. The show itself remained being called "Regular Show" in its own title cards, television guides, digital releases, etc.

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* In an odd example, the final season of ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' was titled called "Regular Show [[spoiler:[[RecycledInSpace in Space]]]]" due to [[spoiler:the Park Crew and Eileen being stuck in space]]...''but only in advertising only.commericals''. The show itself remained being called "Regular Show" in its own title cards, television guides, digital releases, etc.
8th May '17 10:58:29 PM RacattackForce
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* In an odd example, the final season of ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' was titled "Regular Show [[spoiler:in Space]]" due to [[spoiler:the Park Crew and Eileen being stuck in space]]...in advertising only. The show itself remained being called "Regular Show" in its own title cards, television guides, digital releases, etc.

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* In an odd example, the final season of ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' was titled "Regular Show [[spoiler:in Space]]" [[spoiler:[[RecycledInSpace in Space]]]]" due to [[spoiler:the Park Crew and Eileen being stuck in space]]...in advertising only. The show itself remained being called "Regular Show" in its own title cards, television guides, digital releases, etc.
8th May '17 10:57:53 PM RacattackForce
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* In an odd example, the final season of ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' was titled "Regular Show [[spoiler:in Space]]" due to [[spoiler:the Park Crew and Eileen being stuck in space]]...in advertising only. The show itself remained being called "Regular Show" in its own title cards, television guides, digital releases, etc.
5th May '17 1:18:56 PM Maddoxsort
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* Every new installment of the ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}}'' series is some form of the word ''monogatari'' ("Story") with some prefix attached to it (''Bakemono'' = monster, ergo, "Monster Story"). "Bakemonogatari" was just the first instance of the thematic title used to mark the starting point of the series (well, ''[[AnachronicOrder one]]'' of them, at least), so arguably, the umbrella title for the whole shebang is "Monogatari".

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* Every new installment of the ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}}'' series is some form of the word ''monogatari'' ("Story") with some prefix attached to it (''Bakemono'' = monster, ergo, ''Bakemonogatari'' = "Monster Story"). "Bakemonogatari" was just the first instance of the thematic title used to mark the starting point of the series (well, ''[[AnachronicOrder one]]'' of them, at least), so arguably, the umbrella title for the whole shebang is "Monogatari".
5th May '17 1:17:00 PM Maddoxsort
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* Every new installment of the ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}}'' series is some form of the word ''monogatari'' ("Story") with some prefix attached to it (''Bakemono'' = monster, ergo "Monster Story"). "Bakemonogatari" was just the first instance of the thematic title used to mark the starting point of the series (well, ''[[AnachronicOrder one]]'' of them, at least), so arguably, the umbrella title for the whole shebang is "Monogatari".

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* Every new installment of the ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}}'' series is some form of the word ''monogatari'' ("Story") with some prefix attached to it (''Bakemono'' = monster, ergo ergo, "Monster Story"). "Bakemonogatari" was just the first instance of the thematic title used to mark the starting point of the series (well, ''[[AnachronicOrder one]]'' of them, at least), so arguably, the umbrella title for the whole shebang is "Monogatari".
5th May '17 1:16:39 PM Maddoxsort
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* Every new installment of the ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}}'' series is some form of the word ''monogatari'' ("Story") with some prefix attached to it (''Bakemono'' = monster, ergo "Monster Story"). "Bakemonogatari" was just the first instance of the thematic title used to mark the starting point of the series (well, ''[[AnachronicOrder one]]'' of them, at least), so arguably, the umbrella title for the whole shebang is "Monogatari".
4th May '17 11:09:40 AM BabyM
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* Creater/JamesEarlJones played a private detective in a critically-acclaimed series called ''Gabriel's Fire'' which premiered in 1990. For its [[SecondSeasonDownfall abbreviated second and last season]], the show was [[ReTool retooled]] and renamed ''Pros and Cons.''

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* Creater/JamesEarlJones played a private detective in a critically-acclaimed series called ''Gabriel's Fire'' which premiered in 1990.1990 and won four Emmys. For its [[SecondSeasonDownfall abbreviated second and last season]], the show was [[ReTool retooled]] and renamed ''Pros and Cons.''
4th May '17 11:08:41 AM BabyM
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* Creater/JamesEarlJones played a private detective in a series called ''Gabriel's Fire'' which premiered in 1990. For its [[SecondSeasonDownfall abbreviated second and last season]], the show was renamed ''Pros and Cons.''

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* Creater/JamesEarlJones played a private detective in a critically-acclaimed series called ''Gabriel's Fire'' which premiered in 1990. For its [[SecondSeasonDownfall abbreviated second and last season]], the show was [[ReTool retooled]] and renamed ''Pros and Cons.''
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