History Trivia / WinxClub

20th Mar '17 8:09:02 PM nombretomado
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* DuelingDubs: See main page. There are '''''FOUR''''' in English, and none of them cover the entire series. [[FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids]] stopped at season three, Cinélume stopped at season 4, [=DuArt=] started in season 7, and {{Nickelodeon}} skipped the first two seasons, summarizing them with 4 one hour specials, and ended at season 6. You either have to watch the series with different voices, or skip the seasons a particular dub didn't do.

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* DuelingDubs: See main page. There are '''''FOUR''''' in English, and none of them cover the entire series. [[FourKidsEntertainment [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids]] stopped at season three, Cinélume stopped at season 4, [=DuArt=] started in season 7, and {{Nickelodeon}} {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} skipped the first two seasons, summarizing them with 4 one hour specials, and ended at season 6. You either have to watch the series with different voices, or skip the seasons a particular dub didn't do.
10th Jan '17 11:37:36 PM R.G.
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* CashCowFranchise: The show is real popular. About 100 countries have a dub of this show. And there is a musical, an ice skating show, two movies (one in 3-D), a spin-off (WesternAnimation/PopPixie), and a monthly magazine. And, of course, there's a ton of merchandise; in fact, Winx Club dolls were the third most popular dolls in the world one year. Oh, yeah and Rainbow S.p.A. is opening a theme park in 2011 with a life-sized version of Alfea Castle. Guess which characters they've used the most to promote the said park...

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* CashCowFranchise: The show is real popular. About 100 countries have a dub of this show. And there is a musical, an ice skating show, two movies (one in 3-D), a spin-off (WesternAnimation/PopPixie), two spin-offs (WesternAnimation/PopPixie and WesternAnimation/WorldOfWinx), and a monthly magazine. And, of course, there's a ton of merchandise; in fact, Winx Club dolls were the third most popular dolls in the world one year. Oh, yeah and Rainbow S.p.A. is opening a theme park in 2011 with a life-sized version of Alfea Castle. Guess which characters they've used the most to promote the said park...
22nd Dec '16 8:36:33 PM SailorTardis
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* WordOfGod: After much debate following season four, it was eventually stated that [[SixthRanger Roxy]] was ''[[SubvertedTrope not]]'' a member of the Winx. In season 5 she was DemotedToExtra, only appearing in seven episodes.
1st Dec '16 11:53:41 AM rafi
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* CashCowFranchise: The show is real popular. About 100 countries have a dub of this show. And there is a musical, an ice skating show, two movies (one in 3-D), a spin-off (WesternAnimation/PopPixie), and a monthly magazine. And, of course, there's a ton of merchandise; in fact, Winx Club dolls were the third most popular dolls in the world one year. Oh, yeah and Rainbow S.p.A. is opening a theme park in 2011 with a life-sized version of Alfea Castle. Guess which characters they've used the most to promote the said park...
11th Nov '16 1:00:44 PM MarcoPolo250
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* DuelingDubs: There are '''''four''''' in English. See main page. Even worse, ''none'' of them cover the entire series. [[FourKidsEntertainment 4kids]] stopped at season three, Cinélume stopped at season 4, [=DuArt=] started in season 7, and {{Nickelodeon}} skipped the first two seasons, summarizing them with 4 one hour specials, and ended at season 6. You either have to watch the series with different voices, or skip the seasons a particular dub didn't do.

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* DuelingDubs: There are '''''four''''' in English. See main page. Even worse, ''none'' There are '''''FOUR''''' in English, and none of them cover the entire series. [[FourKidsEntertainment 4kids]] 4Kids]] stopped at season three, Cinélume stopped at season 4, [=DuArt=] started in season 7, and {{Nickelodeon}} skipped the first two seasons, summarizing them with 4 one hour specials, and ended at season 6. You either have to watch the series with different voices, or skip the seasons a particular dub didn't do.



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The Nickelodeon hiatuses made some of the fans so angry that a letter campaign was started. A lot of people just wanted the last three episodes of Season 5 to be released in America and for ''Winx'' to get a decent time slot.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The Nickelodeon hiatuses made some of the fans so angry that a letter campaign was started. A lot of people just wanted the last three episodes of Season 5 to be released in America and for ''Winx'' to get (and a decent time slot.slot).
10th Nov '16 1:14:52 PM MarcoPolo250
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* DuelingDubs: There are '''''four''''' in English. See main page. Even worse, ''none'' of them cover the entire series. 4kids stopped at season three, Cinélume stopped at season 4, [=DuArt=] started in season 7, and Nickelodeon skipped the first two seasons, summarizing them with 4 one hour specials, and ended at season 6. You either have to watch the series with different voices, or skip the seasons a particular dub didn't do.

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* DuelingDubs: There are '''''four''''' in English. See main page. Even worse, ''none'' of them cover the entire series. 4kids [[FourKidsEntertainment 4kids]] stopped at season three, Cinélume stopped at season 4, [=DuArt=] started in season 7, and Nickelodeon {{Nickelodeon}} skipped the first two seasons, summarizing them with 4 one hour specials, and ended at season 6. You either have to watch the series with different voices, or skip the seasons a particular dub didn't do.



** When season six stopped airing, the same thing happened. The fact that some of the unaired episodes were turned into a webisode marathon didn't help matters. Hell, even ''4Kids'' treated it better than this! It took ''2 years'' to finish season 6, when most countries had already begun season 7.

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** When season six stopped airing, the same thing happened. The fact that some of the unaired episodes were turned into a webisode marathon didn't help matters. Hell, even ''4Kids'' treated it better than this! It ultimately took ''2 years'' to finish season 6, the season, when most countries had already begun airing season 7.7. It got to the point where even those who disliked the 4Kids version agreed that they gave the series much better treatment than Nickelodeon ever did. While the network's involvement with the franchise ended after Season 6, Season 7 being co-produced by Rai Fiction and dubbed by [=DuArt=], the show was now being broadcast on, of all networks, NickJr.
6th Nov '16 9:58:36 PM SailorTardis
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* PlayingAgainstType: Music/ArianaGrande Cat Valentine, who usually plays cheery [[GenkiGirl Genki Girls]], plays [[AlphaBitch Diaspro]] in the Nickelodeon version. This ending up being a example where playing against type backfired, as Grande was criticized as being too soft spoken and having a bad case of DullSurprise. Partially due to the criticism, Grande was [[TheOtherDarrin replaced]] in season 6.

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* PlayingAgainstType: Music/ArianaGrande Cat Valentine, Music/ArianaGrande, who usually plays cheery [[GenkiGirl Genki Girls]], plays [[AlphaBitch Diaspro]] in the Nickelodeon version. This ending up being a example where playing against type backfired, as Grande was criticized as being too soft spoken and having a bad case of DullSurprise. Partially due to the criticism, Grande was [[TheOtherDarrin replaced]] in season 6.
6th Nov '16 9:58:22 PM SailorTardis
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* PlayingAgainstType: Music/ArianaGrande Cat Valentine, who usually plays cheery [[GenkiGirl Genki Girls]], plays [[AlphaBitch Diaspro]] in the Nickelodeon version. This ending up being a example where playing against type backfired, as Grande was criticized as being too soft spoken and having a bad case of DullSurprise. Partially due to the criticism, Grande was [[TheOtherDarrin replaced]] in season 6.
10th Sep '16 4:55:27 PM Gagaga_Madness
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* DuelingDubs: There are '''''four''''' in English. See main page. Even worse, ''none'' of them cover the entire series. 4kids stopped at season three, Cinélume stopped at season 4, DuArt started in season 7, and Nickelodeon skipped the first two seasons, summarizing them with 4 one hour specials, and ended at season 6. You either have to watch the series with different voices, or skip the seasons a particular dub didn't do.

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* DuelingDubs: There are '''''four''''' in English. See main page. Even worse, ''none'' of them cover the entire series. 4kids stopped at season three, Cinélume stopped at season 4, DuArt [=DuArt=] started in season 7, and Nickelodeon skipped the first two seasons, summarizing them with 4 one hour specials, and ended at season 6. You either have to watch the series with different voices, or skip the seasons a particular dub didn't do.
1st Sep '16 5:50:02 AM MarcoPolo250
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The Nickelodeon hiatuses made some of the fans so angry that a letter campaign was started. A lot of people really just want the last three episodes of Season 5 to be released in America and for Winx to actually get a decent time slot.
** Now, with season six having stopped airing, despite not having been completed, another campaign seems it be in the making. The fact that some of the unaired episodes were turned into a webisode marathon didn't help matters. Hell, even ''4Kids'' treated it better than this! It took ''2 years'' to finish season 6, when most countries had already begun season 7.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The Nickelodeon hiatuses made some of the fans so angry that a letter campaign was started. A lot of people really just want wanted the last three episodes of Season 5 to be released in America and for Winx ''Winx'' to actually get a decent time slot.
** Now, with When season six having stopped airing, despite not having been completed, another campaign seems it be in the making.same thing happened. The fact that some of the unaired episodes were turned into a webisode marathon didn't help matters. Hell, even ''4Kids'' treated it better than this! It took ''2 years'' to finish season 6, when most countries had already begun season 7.
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