History WesternAnimation / TronUprising

3rd Jul '16 4:37:16 PM windyshadow32
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The series began with a 10 episode microseries alternatively shown as a full thirty minute special, with the series proper run beginning on June 7, 2012. A hiatus went into effect after the seventh episode, with new episodes scheduled for October, then again three episodes after that, resuming in December and [[ScrewedByTheNetwork moved to a midnight timeslot on Mondays]] for its final episodes. (The show hasn't ''officially'' been cancelled, but no episodes have been produced since January 2013.

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The series began with a 10 episode microseries alternatively shown as a full thirty minute special, with the series proper run beginning on June 7, 2012. A hiatus went into effect after the seventh episode, with new episodes scheduled for October, then again three episodes after that, resuming in December and [[ScrewedByTheNetwork moved to a midnight timeslot on Mondays]] for its final episodes. (The show hasn't ''officially'' been cancelled, but no episodes have been produced since January 2013.
2013.)
3rd Jul '16 4:36:53 PM windyshadow32
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The series began with a 10 episode microseries alternatively shown as a full thirty minute special, with the series proper run beginning on June 7, 2012. A hiatus went into effect after the seventh episode, with new episodes scheduled for October, then again three episodes after that, resuming in December and [[ScrewedByTheNetwork moved to a midnight timeslot on Mondays]] for its final episodes. (The show hasn't ''officially'' been cancelled, but it's close enough.)

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The series began with a 10 episode microseries alternatively shown as a full thirty minute special, with the series proper run beginning on June 7, 2012. A hiatus went into effect after the seventh episode, with new episodes scheduled for October, then again three episodes after that, resuming in December and [[ScrewedByTheNetwork moved to a midnight timeslot on Mondays]] for its final episodes. (The show hasn't ''officially'' been cancelled, but it's close enough.)
no episodes have been produced since January 2013.
29th Feb '16 6:28:09 AM SlaughterhouseDb
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** Not surprising [[InkSuitActor given]] his [[PaulRuebens voice actor]].

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** Not surprising [[InkSuitActor given]] his [[PaulRuebens [[PaulReubens voice actor]].
29th Feb '16 6:27:18 AM SlaughterhouseDb
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** Not surprising [[InkSuitActor given]] his [[PaulRuebens voice actor]].
19th Feb '16 12:30:47 AM GrammarNavi
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** In "Welcome Home," Paige asks Beck what his job is. His answer? [[{{Seinfeld}} "...I'm an architect."]]

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** In "Welcome Home," Paige asks Beck what his job is. His answer? [[{{Seinfeld}} [[Series/{{Seinfeld}} "...I'm an architect."]]
15th Feb '16 12:13:32 PM FredMSloniker
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* CerebusSyndrome: The series started off somewhat serious, but after Dyson showed up, it took a nosedive into traumatic. The violence became more disturbing, torture and mutilation showed up more often, Tron's terrible past became more apparent, and Beck's uprising continued to fail. The slide is clearly seen with the treatment of the character Cyrus: [[spoiler:he was introduced as a truly good person whose influence ''started'' the fight against CLU, and ended up being sadistic, evil, and Beck's most dangerous enemy.]] Notably, the two episodes prior to the finale both have ''unrelated'' {{Downer Ending}}s, and the finale isn't exactly all upbeat, either. But then again [[spoiler:Tron agreed to allow Clu's forces to capture him so that theirnattempt to repurpose his program could suck out Dyson and Clu's incurable program disease as well as Cyrus's virus. They succeed, leaving the Grid with TWO live and healthy Trons to fight Clu. Having done equally difficult things in the past alone, the two of them can be expected to have escaped alive to continue the rebellion which Flynn mentions to his son in ''Film/TronLegacy'']].

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* CerebusSyndrome: The series started off somewhat serious, but after Dyson showed up, it took a nosedive into traumatic. The violence became more disturbing, torture and mutilation showed up more often, Tron's terrible past became more apparent, and Beck's uprising continued to fail. The slide is clearly seen with the treatment of the character Cyrus: [[spoiler:he was introduced as a truly good person whose influence ''started'' the fight against CLU, and ended up being sadistic, evil, and Beck's most dangerous enemy.]] Notably, the two episodes prior to the finale both have ''unrelated'' {{Downer Ending}}s, and the finale isn't exactly all upbeat, either. But then again [[spoiler:Tron agreed to allow Clu's forces to capture him so that theirnattempt their attempt to repurpose his program could suck out Dyson and Clu's incurable program disease as well as Cyrus's virus. They succeed, leaving the Grid with TWO live and healthy Trons to fight Clu. Having done equally difficult things in the past alone, the two of them can be expected to have escaped alive to continue the rebellion which Flynn mentions to his son in ''Film/TronLegacy'']].



* {{HaveYouSeenMyGod}}: Flynn's tucked his tail between his legs and run off to the Outlands. The Programs are left to fend for themselves.

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* {{HaveYouSeenMyGod}}: HaveYouSeenMyGod: Flynn's tucked his tail between his legs and run off to the Outlands. The Programs are left to fend for themselves.
7th Jan '16 10:40:36 AM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:320:Will he be the next Tron?]]
''Tron Lives.''

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[[caption-width-right:320:Will [[caption-width-right:320: Will he be the next Tron?]]
Tron?]]

''Tron Lives.''
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22nd Oct '15 4:39:12 PM nombretomado
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* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Invoked hard with everyone. The number of onscreen kills is staggering for a supposedly-kids' show, as is the complete lack of any GoryDiscretionShot and copious uses of FamilyUnfriendlyDeath (and ESPECIALLY for a {{Disney}} show), but because all the characters are "programs" and not humans, the show gets away with it in spades.

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* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Invoked hard with everyone. The number of onscreen kills is staggering for a supposedly-kids' show, as is the complete lack of any GoryDiscretionShot and copious uses of FamilyUnfriendlyDeath (and ESPECIALLY for a {{Disney}} Creator/{{Disney}} show), but because all the characters are "programs" and not humans, the show gets away with it in spades.
6th Sep '15 7:48:34 PM Adept
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'''''TRON: Uprising''''' is a Creator/DisneyXD series set in the world of ''Film/{{Tron}}''. A prequel to ''Film/TronLegacy'', the series takes place during the early cycles of Clu seizing power over the Grid. After defeating Tron and leaving him for dead, Clu has begun to take over numerous cities in the Grid. In Argon City, a young mechanic named Beck (ElijahWood) decides to fight back when Clu's soldiers derez one of his friends. Taking on the identity of Tron to try and inspire revolution, he draws the attention of the real Tron, scarred and in hiding. With Tron's guidance, Beck fights the forces of one of Clu's top generals, Tesler (Creator/LanceHenriksen), and attempts to liberate the city.

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'''''TRON: Uprising''''' is a Creator/DisneyXD series set in the world of ''Film/{{Tron}}''. A prequel to ''Film/TronLegacy'', the series takes place during the early cycles of Clu seizing power over the Grid. After defeating Tron and leaving him for dead, Clu has begun to take over numerous cities in the Grid. In Argon City, a young mechanic named Beck (ElijahWood) (Creator/ElijahWood) decides to fight back when Clu's soldiers derez one of his friends. Taking on the identity of Tron to try and inspire revolution, he draws the attention of the real Tron, scarred and in hiding. With Tron's guidance, Beck fights the forces of one of Clu's top generals, Tesler (Creator/LanceHenriksen), and attempts to liberate the city.
21st Aug '15 6:21:12 PM Allronix
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** The Jolly Tricksters gang with their bowler hats and {{SlasherSmile}}s evoke a cyberspace version of ''{{Film/AClockworkOrange}}.'' {{Music/WendyCarlos}} was the composer for both {{Film/AClockworkOrange}} and the first ''{{Film/Tron}}'' film, and one of the Tricksters (Moog) was named for the make of synthesizer she favored.

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** The Jolly Tricksters gang with their bowler hats and {{SlasherSmile}}s evoke a cyberspace version of Alex and his Droogs from ''{{Film/AClockworkOrange}}.'' {{Music/WendyCarlos}} was the composer for both {{Film/AClockworkOrange}} and the first ''{{Film/Tron}}'' film, and one of the Tricksters (Moog) was named for the make of synthesizer she favored.



* SuperDickery: At the start of "State of Mind", Mara orders Zed to join her to kill the
Renegade then is about to derezze him. [[spoiler: Obviously, she's brainwashed]]

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* SuperDickery: At the start of "State of Mind", Mara orders Zed to join her to kill the
the Renegade then is about to derezze derezz him. [[spoiler: Obviously, she's brainwashed]]
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