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10th Apr '18 10:46:36 PM Mdumas43073
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* The 1948 PoliceProcedural Film ''Film/TheNakedCity'' was adapted into the series ''Naked City'' a decade later.
25th Mar '18 4:03:59 AM darkemyst
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* ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven'' became a [[Series/TheMagnificentSeven TV series]] in 1998, ''thirty-eight'' years after the movie.

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* ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven'' ''[[Film/TheMagnificentSeven1960 The Magnificent Seven]]'' became a [[Series/TheMagnificentSeven TV series]] in 1998, ''thirty-eight'' years after the movie.
1st Mar '18 9:01:34 PM TheSaddleman
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* ''Film/{{Westworld}}'' had a critically acclaimed but short-lived TV series called ''Beyond Westworld'' which explored more deeply the issues raised in the first film (and [[CanonDisContinuity ignored the sequel]]).

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* ''Film/{{Westworld}}'' had a critically acclaimed but short-lived TV series called ''Beyond Westworld'' which explored more deeply the issues raised in the first film (and [[CanonDisContinuity ignored the sequel]]). Another, more critically favored ''Series/{{Westworld}}'' series followed in 2016; this was a retelling that ignored all three previous productions.



** There was a live-action ''Film/{{Clerks}}'' sitcom commissioned by Disney (who owned the film's distributor, Miramax) in 1995. In attempt to attract family viewers, the show's tone was [[GenreShift markedly different from the film's]] and starred Jim Breuer as Randall. Attempts by Creator/KevinSmith and original stars Brian O'Halloran and Jeff Anderson to be involved with the project were shot down (Smith's script idea was rejected and O'Halloran and Anderson auditioned for the part of Dante, as Jim Breuer was already given the Randall part) and the show never survived past the pilot anyway. The later, Smith-approved [[WesternAnimation/ClerksTheAnimatedSeries animated series]] did better, in that it actually made it to air.

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** There was a live-action ''Film/{{Clerks}}'' sitcom commissioned by Disney (who owned the film's distributor, Miramax) in 1995. In attempt to attract family viewers, the show's tone was [[GenreShift markedly different from the film's]] and starred Jim Breuer as Randall. Attempts by Creator/KevinSmith and original stars Brian O'Halloran and Jeff Anderson to be involved with the project were shot down (Smith's script idea was rejected and O'Halloran and Anderson auditioned for the part of Dante, as Jim Breuer was already given the Randall part) and the show never survived past the pilot anyway. The later, Smith-approved Smith-approved-and-original-cast-involved [[WesternAnimation/ClerksTheAnimatedSeries animated series]] did better, in if only that it actually made it to air.air, albeit just for a few episodes.
12th Feb '18 8:30:06 AM EfficaciousElver
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* ''Animation/Kodama'' Eventually got turned into another series called Mystic Greens.
12th Feb '18 8:29:22 AM EfficaciousElver
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* ''Animation/Kodama'' Eventually got turned into another series called Mystic Greens.

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* ''Animation/Kodama'' ''Animation/Kodama'' Eventually got turned into another series called Mystic Greens.
12th Feb '18 8:28:41 AM EfficaciousElver
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* ''Animation/Kodama'': Eventually got turned into another series called Mystic Greens.

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* ''Animation/Kodama'': ''Animation/Kodama'' Eventually got turned into another series called Mystic Greens.
12th Feb '18 8:27:37 AM EfficaciousElver
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* ''Animation/Kodama'': Eventually got turned into another series called Mystic Greens.
8th Feb '18 3:13:37 AM jormis29
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*** ''New Adventures'' was actually just the start of the series' expansion, followed by numerous movies (both theatrical and direct-to-video), another series (''The Book of Pooh''), more movies, and pre-school series ''WesternAnimation/MyFriendsTiggerAndPooh''. While not without its detractors, the ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' franchise has arguably garnered the most positive response [[{{Sequelitis}} compared to other Disney continuations]].

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*** ''New Adventures'' was actually just the start of the series' expansion, followed by numerous movies (both theatrical and direct-to-video), another series (''The Book of Pooh''), (''Series/TheBookOfPooh''), more movies, and pre-school series ''WesternAnimation/MyFriendsTiggerAndPooh''. While not without its detractors, the ''Franchise/WinnieThePooh'' franchise has arguably garnered the most positive response [[{{Sequelitis}} compared to other Disney continuations]].
1st Feb '18 2:57:48 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' received a second TV series in 2008 (read about the first one under the "Western Animation" folder below) called ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'', which took Stitch and the other alien characters and placed them on a fictional island in the Ryukyus, with him getting a new best friend over there. However, it did not tie-in to the earlier entries of the franchise until the heavily-edited English dub a year later, and would later officially establish itself as a TimeSkip SequelSeries in its third season. (Even then, that season was produced and animated by [[Creator/ShinEiDoga a different studio]] who took over from [[Creator/{{Madhouse}} the first two seasons' animation studio]].)

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* ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' ''Franchise/LiloAndStitch'' received a second TV series in 2008 (read about the first one under the "Western Animation" folder below) below, and the third under "Eastern Animation") called ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'', which took Stitch and the other alien characters and placed them on a fictional island in the Ryukyus, with him getting a new best friend over there. However, it did not tie-in to the earlier entries of the franchise until the heavily-edited English dub a year later, and would later officially establish itself as a TimeSkip SequelSeries in its third season. (Even then, that season was produced and animated by [[Creator/ShinEiDoga a different studio]] who took over from [[Creator/{{Madhouse}} the first two seasons' animation studio]].)



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* ''Franchise/LiloAndStitch'' managed to receive a ''third'' show in 2017 called ''Animation/StitchAndAi'', a Chinese series co-produced with American animators (including those who worked on the first series mentioned under "Western Animation"). Like with the ''Stitch!'' anime mentioned under "Anime and Manga", Stitch and a number of other characters end up somewhere else, this time it's the Huangshan mountains of China, getting another new best friend in the process. Unlike with the anime, the show was originally produced in English and established itself as a follow-up to the original Western continuity from the get-go.
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*** ''Lilo & Stitch'' also got a second TV series, but you'll have to go up to the "Anime and Manga" folder to read about that one.

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*** ''Lilo & Stitch'' ''Franchise/LiloAndStitch'' also got a second two more TV series, but you'll have to go up to the "Anime and Manga" folder and "Eastern Animation" folders to read about that one.those ones.
21st Jan '18 12:28:14 AM C2
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* ''Blade The Series'' is the direct sequel to the third ''Blade'' movie, as many events are mentioned from all three movies.

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* ''Blade The Series'' ''Series/{{Blade}}'' is the direct sequel to the third ''Blade'' movie, as many events are mentioned from all three movies.
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