History NoExportForYou / LiveActionTV

28th Aug '16 11:54:03 AM nombretomado
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* It can take a while for some [[DisneyChannel Disney Channel Original Movies]] to be shown internationally, but ''Film/TigerCruise'' (2004) is the undisputed champion here; being a family movie involving 9/11, it has almost never been aired outside North America (and it's rarely been shown ''in'' North America), and hasn't been given a physical release of any kind despite the presence of pre-''{{Series/Heroes}}'' Creator/HaydenPanettiere, pre-''Series/ICarly'' JennetteMcCurdy and Bill Pullman.

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* It can take a while for some [[DisneyChannel [[Creator/DisneyChannel Disney Channel Original Movies]] to be shown internationally, but ''Film/TigerCruise'' (2004) is the undisputed champion here; being a family movie involving 9/11, it has almost never been aired outside North America (and it's rarely been shown ''in'' North America), and hasn't been given a physical release of any kind despite the presence of pre-''{{Series/Heroes}}'' Creator/HaydenPanettiere, pre-''Series/ICarly'' JennetteMcCurdy and Bill Pullman.
27th Aug '16 6:51:31 PM Pinokio
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* ''Hirake! Ponkikki'' was not exported, depriving children worldwide of the green dinosaur Gachapin and his friend, the red yeti Mukku.
26th Aug '16 8:37:24 PM dsneybuf
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** The AFN television station on Okinawa is an excellent example. During the middle 1970's, for instance, that station mostly ran reruns of programs that had broadcast in the U.S. a season or so previously during prime time, and old movies during most of the rest of the day. Children's programming tended toward PBS shows like ''Series/SesameStreet'' and ''TheElectricCompany'', as noted above, and VERY old cartoons.

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** The AFN television station on Okinawa is an excellent example. During the middle 1970's, for instance, that station mostly ran reruns of programs that had broadcast in the U.S. a season or so previously during prime time, and old movies during most of the rest of the day. Children's programming tended toward PBS shows like ''Series/SesameStreet'' and ''TheElectricCompany'', ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971'', as noted above, and VERY old cartoons.
19th Aug '16 7:21:06 PM arnoldmcguire335
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** It still happens today, with the [=AFN=] Family channel being a weird example. They run new episodes of shows like ''[[WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012 Littlest Pet Shop]] and ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' with no problem, but they've been airing the same four seasons of ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' for years, and haven't aired anything past the first season of WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic except for the Equestria Girls films.

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** It still happens today, with the [=AFN=] Family channel being a weird example. They run new episodes of shows like ''[[WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012 Littlest Pet Shop]] Shop]]'' and ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' with no problem, but they've been airing the same four seasons of ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' for years, and haven't aired anything past the first season of WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic except for the Equestria Girls films.



** There are also no signs of any toku series being released in America in their original, unadapted forms. Some exceptions: ''Film/KamenRiderTheFirst'' (a movie, not a show) was released in North America in 2007 under the name ''Masked Rider: The First''; to date, it is the only subtitled Japanese {{Toku}}satsu that was widely available in American stores. But not UK ones. There have also been box sets put out for series like ''Series/KamenRiderV3'' and ''Series/{{Kikaider}}'', made for the Hawaiian market and thus not widely available; they are, however, sold on the Internet, with Kikaider's being under the title ''Kikaida''. Japanese ''[[Series/SpiderManJapan Spider-Man]]'' was streamed on {{Marvel}}'s website for a while before being taken down in a redesign, and ''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger'' got an official DVD release by Shout Factory in 2015 (With Series/GoseiSentaiDairanger [[https://twitter.com/ShoutFactory/status/619710422246137856 to be released next]]).
** There's at least one market where toku [=DVDs=] are available: Brazil, where a few ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Franchise/MetalHeroes'' series [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff were wildly popular]].

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** There are also no signs of any toku series being released in America in their original, unadapted forms. Some exceptions: ''Film/KamenRiderTheFirst'' (a movie, not a show) was released in North America in 2007 under the name ''Masked Rider: The First''; to date, it is the only subtitled Japanese {{Toku}}satsu that was widely available in American stores. But not UK ones. There have also been box sets put out for series like ''Series/KamenRiderV3'' and ''Series/{{Kikaider}}'', made for the Hawaiian market and thus not widely available; they are, however, sold on the Internet, with Kikaider's being under the title ''Kikaida''. Japanese ''[[Series/SpiderManJapan Spider-Man]]'' was streamed on {{Marvel}}'s website for a while before being taken down in a redesign, and ''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger'' three Sentai shows (''Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger'', ''Series/GoseiSentaiDairanger'' and ''Series/NinjaSentaiKakuranger'') got an official DVD release releases by Shout Factory in 2015 (With Series/GoseiSentaiDairanger [[https://twitter.com/ShoutFactory/status/619710422246137856 to be released next]]).
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** There's at least one market where toku [=DVDs=] are available: Brazil, where a few ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Franchise/MetalHeroes'' series [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff were wildly popular]].popular]], some even streamed on the Brazilian Netflix to boot.



** For some reason, Power Rangers skipped adapting Go-Busters and went straight to Kyoryuger.

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** For some reason, Power Rangers skipped adapting Go-Busters and went straight to Kyoryuger.Kyoryuger, as well as [=ToQger=] straight to Ninninger.



** Finally averted in the US, if you have Netflix: The dub of the first 2 seasons can be watched there since July 10th! Also available in sub form as well (also on the service) if you wish to watch the show in the original Spanish.

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** Finally averted in the US, if you have Netflix: The dub of the first 2 seasons can be watched there since July 10th! Also 10th, with the third season following after, and also available in sub form as well (also on the service) if you wish to watch the show in the original Spanish.Spanish.
** Japan also don't get this show either, despite it based on music and music idols. Then again, Latin American dramas (both for adults and the youth, which in the latter Violetta is under) are no shows in the land of the rising sun.
18th Aug '16 6:58:18 PM Tre
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* ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}: The Plan'' very nearly failed to be released in the UK due to a licensing mess. Sky One, who broadcast the series in the UK, declared that they had no interest in ever broadcasting ''The Plan'', since they considered ''BSG'' to be yesterday's news and were more interested in promoting ''Series/{{Caprica}}'' instead. Unfortunately, the licensing agreement between Sky and SyFy meant that no ''BSG'' episode could receive any form of DVD or iTunes release in the UK until Sky showed it. Eventually, Sky relented and showed ''The Plan''... on a Friday midnight, on one of the Sky Movie channels, which paved the way for an eventual DVD release. The whole situation was actually kind of ironic considering that the UK actually got new-''BSG'' well ''before'' the US did.

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* ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}: The Plan'' very nearly failed to be released in the UK due to a licensing mess. Sky One, who broadcast the series in the UK, declared that they had no interest in ever broadcasting ''The Plan'', since they considered ''BSG'' to be yesterday's news and were more interested in promoting ''Series/{{Caprica}}'' instead. Unfortunately, the licensing agreement between Sky and SyFy Creator/{{Syfy}} meant that no ''BSG'' episode could receive any form of DVD or iTunes release in the UK until Sky showed it. Eventually, Sky relented and showed ''The Plan''... on a Friday midnight, on one of the Sky Movie channels, which paved the way for an eventual DVD release. The whole situation was actually kind of ironic considering that the UK actually got new-''BSG'' well ''before'' the US did.
11th Jul '16 6:52:40 PM CCharmanderK
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* Partially averted in regards to the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. While there are a number of series yet go be released in the United States, as of July 2016, 12 entire installments have been licensed in the US. Shout Factory has released DVD sets of ''Series/UltraQ'' and ''Series/UltraSeven'' (though the latter has some issues, see BadExportForYou), Mill Creek has complete volume and box set releases of ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'', and Crunchyroll has streaming rights to ''Series/UltramanEighty'', ''Series/UltramanGaia'', ''Series/UltramanGinga'', ''Series/UltramanLeo'', ''Series/UltramanMax'', ''Series/UltramanMebius'', ''Series/UltramanNexus'', ''Series/UltramanX'' and ''Series/UltramanOrb''.

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* ** Partially averted in regards to the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. While there are a number of series yet go be released in the United States, as of July 2016, 12 entire installments have been licensed in the US. Shout Factory has released DVD sets of ''Series/UltraQ'' and ''Series/UltraSeven'' (though the latter has some issues, see BadExportForYou), Mill Creek has complete volume and box set releases of ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'', and Crunchyroll has streaming rights to ''Series/UltramanEighty'', ''Series/UltramanGaia'', ''Series/UltramanGinga'', ''Series/UltramanLeo'', ''Series/UltramanMax'', ''Series/UltramanMebius'', ''Series/UltramanNexus'', ''Series/UltramanX'' and ''Series/UltramanOrb''.
11th Jul '16 6:51:58 PM CCharmanderK
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* Partially averted in regards to the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. While there are a number of series yet go be released in the United States, as of July 2016, 12 entire installments have been licensed in the US. Shout Factory has released DVD sets of ''Series/UltraQ'' and ''Series/UltraSeven'' (though the latter has some issues, see BadExportForYou), Mill Creek has complete volume and box set releases of ''Series/{{Ultraman}}'', and Crunchyroll has streaming rights to ''Series/UltramanEighty'', ''Series/UltramanGaia'', ''Series/UltramanGinga'', ''Series/UltramanLeo'', ''Series/UltramanMax'', ''Series/UltramanMebius'', ''Series/UltramanNexus'', ''Series/UltramanX'' and ''Series/UltramanOrb''.
18th Feb '16 8:52:40 AM RAMChYLD
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** BBC Worldwide's Asia arm has never been good with the specials (Easter specials are outright skipped over, while other specials are chosen at it's own discretion, irrelevant of the interest shown on social media). However, most egregiously, The Time of The Doctor was skipped over back in 2013, and this special is important as it showcases the regeneration of Matt Smith to Peter Capaldi, and regenerations are extremely important events to Whovians. [[http://www.bbc-asia.com/contact/?page=3 Many have written to the BBC]], who claims that they have noted the interest of Asian viewers in the episode, but have announced that it will not be aired in the near future. [[BadExportForYou It finally aired in mid-Febuary 2015, during ''Chinese New Year'' and over a year after it's premiere in other regions]], but BBC Entertainment Asia will still hand pick which specials it will and will not show in the future. And oh, the pre-2005 episodes have never been aired on BBC Asia's feeds, either. And in December 2015, the second provider to pick up the channel dropped it (the channel was originally on PayTV provider Astro until they dropped it in 2009, which rendered the show unavailable to Malaysians until 2013 when the second provider picked it up). The biggest kick in the groin was that the provider dropped the channel halfway through Season 9, right before the season finale three parter.

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** BBC Worldwide's Asia arm has never been good with the specials (Easter specials are outright skipped over, while other specials are chosen at it's own discretion, irrelevant of the interest shown on social media). However, most egregiously, The Time of The Doctor was skipped over back in 2013, and this special is important as it showcases the regeneration of Matt Smith to Peter Capaldi, and regenerations are extremely important events to Whovians. [[http://www.bbc-asia.com/contact/?page=3 Many have written to the BBC]], who claims that they have noted the interest of Asian viewers in the episode, but have announced that it will not be aired in the near future. [[BadExportForYou It finally aired in mid-Febuary 2015, during ''Chinese New Year'' and over a year after it's premiere in other regions]], but BBC Entertainment Asia will still hand pick which specials it will and will not show in the future. And oh, the pre-2005 episodes have never been aired on BBC Asia's feeds, either. And in December 2015, the second provider to pick up the channel dropped it (the channel was originally on PayTV Pay TV provider Astro ''Astro'' until they dropped it in 2009, which rendered the show unavailable to Malaysians until 2013 2012 when the second provider picked it up). The biggest kick in the groin was that the provider dropped the channel halfway through Season 9, right before the season finale three parter.
18th Feb '16 8:52:05 AM RAMChYLD
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** BBC Worldwide's Asia arm has never been good with the specials (Easter specials are outright skipped over, while other specials are chosen at it's own discretion, irrelevant of the interest shown on social media). However, most egregiously, The Time of The Doctor was skipped over back in 2013, and this special is important as it showcases the regeneration of Matt Smith to Peter Capaldi, and regenerations are extremely important events to Whovians. [[http://www.bbc-asia.com/contact/?page=3 Many have written to the BBC]], who claims that they have noted the interest of Asian viewers in the episode, but have announced that it will not be aired in the near future. [[BadExportForYou It finally aired in mid-Febuary 2015, during ''Chinese New Year'' and over a year after it's premiere in other regions]], but BBC Entertainment Asia will still hand pick which specials it will and will not show in the future. And oh, the pre-2005 episodes have never been aired on BBC Asia's feeds, either.

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** BBC Worldwide's Asia arm has never been good with the specials (Easter specials are outright skipped over, while other specials are chosen at it's own discretion, irrelevant of the interest shown on social media). However, most egregiously, The Time of The Doctor was skipped over back in 2013, and this special is important as it showcases the regeneration of Matt Smith to Peter Capaldi, and regenerations are extremely important events to Whovians. [[http://www.bbc-asia.com/contact/?page=3 Many have written to the BBC]], who claims that they have noted the interest of Asian viewers in the episode, but have announced that it will not be aired in the near future. [[BadExportForYou It finally aired in mid-Febuary 2015, during ''Chinese New Year'' and over a year after it's premiere in other regions]], but BBC Entertainment Asia will still hand pick which specials it will and will not show in the future. And oh, the pre-2005 episodes have never been aired on BBC Asia's feeds, either. And in December 2015, the second provider to pick up the channel dropped it (the channel was originally on PayTV provider Astro until they dropped it in 2009, which rendered the show unavailable to Malaysians until 2013 when the second provider picked it up). The biggest kick in the groin was that the provider dropped the channel halfway through Season 9, right before the season finale three parter.
9th Jan '16 10:08:18 PM nombretomado
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** It still happens today, with the [=AFN=] Family channel being a weird example. They run new episodes of shows like ''[[WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012 Littlest Pet Shop]] and ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' with no problem, but they've been airing the same four seasons of SpongeBobSquarePants for years, and haven't aired anything past the first season of WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic except for the Equestria Girls films.

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** It still happens today, with the [=AFN=] Family channel being a weird example. They run new episodes of shows like ''[[WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012 Littlest Pet Shop]] and ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' with no problem, but they've been airing the same four seasons of SpongeBobSquarePants ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' for years, and haven't aired anything past the first season of WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic except for the Equestria Girls films.
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