History YMMV / TeenTitansGo

21st Apr '17 7:46:25 PM Karxrida
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* MisBlamed: A lot of fans have blamed this show for getting ''Young Justice'' cancelled, despite the fact that the latter's producers have already listed out the causes for cancellation, and those causes having nothing to do with ''Teen Titans Go!''.[[note]]Merchandise wasn't selling as well as hoped, and while the show had success with a large teenage/young adult female PeripheryDemographic, the network and studio only cared about the poor ratings they had with the preteen male TargetAudience.[[/note]] [[http://epicaistar.tumblr.com/post/77929808658/made-that-for-the-halifax-ttg-crew-last-year This pic]] of the Titans beating up the cast of ''Young Justice'' made by Copernicus Studios, an animation company in Halifax that does some of the animation for ''Teen Titans Go!'', didn't help.

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* MisBlamed: A lot of fans have blamed this show for getting ''Young Justice'' ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' cancelled, despite the fact that the latter's producers have already listed out the causes for cancellation, and those causes having nothing to do with ''Teen Titans Go!''.[[note]]Merchandise wasn't selling as well as hoped, and while the show had success with a large teenage/young adult female PeripheryDemographic, the network and studio only cared about the poor ratings they had with the preteen male TargetAudience.[[/note]] [[http://epicaistar.tumblr.com/post/77929808658/made-that-for-the-halifax-ttg-crew-last-year This pic]] of the Titans beating up the cast of ''Young Justice'' made by Copernicus Studios, an animation company in Halifax that does some of the animation for ''Teen Titans Go!'', didn't help.
21st Apr '17 7:23:59 PM Karxrida
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* CreatorsPet: Robin is the biggest example. Being the [[SpotlightStealingSquad most heavily focused Titan]], and [[KarmaHoudini getting away with many of his morally questionable acts]]. Creator/KharyPayton even once said he felt too many episodes centered around Robin.
20th Apr '17 10:56:21 AM Anddrix
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* HellIsThatNoise: The music speeding up when the Titans are about to cross the five minute mark in the bathroom in "Serious Business". Justified, as said time limit is a ''bomb''.
17th Apr '17 3:02:36 AM BNSF1995
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*** It goes even further, as many fans blame the series for getting ''Regular Show'' cancelled by depriving it of reruns to keep ratings up, and with ''Adventure Time'' set to end in 2018, many fear ''Steven Universe'' or any show that is either not named ''Teen Titans GO!'', or is deemed too inappropriate for kids by the network's increasingly-conservative censors.

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*** It goes even further, as many fans blame the series for getting ''Regular Show'' cancelled by depriving it of reruns to keep ratings up, and with ''Adventure Time'' set to end in 2018, many fear ''Steven Universe'' or any show that is either not named ''Teen Titans GO!'', or is deemed too inappropriate for kids by the network's increasingly-conservative censors.censors will also be axed. The latest victim of the network's favoritism is ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}''.
17th Apr '17 12:50:09 AM smalltime
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* ViewerGenderConfusion: The Tooth Fairy, due to her lack of TertiarySexualCharacteristics and her voice actor being a man, though she's referred to by female pronouns several times and refers to herself as a girl in "Easter Creeps".
9th Apr '17 10:28:26 AM DukeRemington
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* CriticProof: While the {{Hatedom}} is quite large, the show consistently pulls in high ratings. The main difference between the two groups is that the hatedom is made up almost entirely of the PeripheryDemographic, while most of the fanbase is made up of the intended target audience of kids 8 to 14. As a result of this, it is much easier to see the show be treated with scorn online, including on this very site.

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* CriticProof: While Regardless of whatever the size of the {{Hatedom}} is quite large, may be, the show consistently pulls in high ratings. The main difference between the two groups is that the hatedom is made up almost entirely of the PeripheryDemographic, while most of the fanbase is made up of the intended target audience of kids 8 to 14. As a result of this, it is much easier to see the show be treated with scorn online, including on this very site.
9th Apr '17 10:26:26 AM DukeRemington
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* CriticalBacklash: The show is widely hated by most, particularly fans of the original series. But it does have defenders, some claiming that while the show has its share of flaws, it's not as bad as people say.

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* CriticalBacklash: The show is widely hated by most, some, particularly fans of the original series. But it does have defenders, some claiming that while the show has its share of flaws, it's not as bad as people say.
9th Apr '17 8:13:44 AM DukeRemington
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* AuthorsSavingThrow: Despite the show's unpopularity, a few episodes have been been better-received than most:

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: Despite the show's unpopularity, a A few episodes have been been better-received than most:
22nd Mar '17 10:14:32 PM BNSF1995
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** The outcry from fans of the original series is so visible on certain areas of the internet (including this very site) that it is a common assumption to think that it is universally reviled by all outside of young children. In reality, it still possesses a sizable fanbase and a genuine PeripheryDemographic, with it being a 50/50 split between the detractors.
** In "The Titans Show", after the Titans find out that their entire "Island Adventure" was completely staged, Control Freak tells Robin that the haters of the show are actually only a very small part of the entire viewer base. He shows a pie chart of "Fans" with only about 15% being "Haters".

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** The outcry from fans of the original series is so visible on certain areas of the internet (including this very site) that it is a common assumption to think that it is universally reviled by all outside of young children. In reality, it still possesses a sizable fanbase and a genuine PeripheryDemographic, PeripheryDemographic (who aren't as vocal as other such demographics due to constantly being attacked by the hatedom for their perceived tastelessness), with it being a 50/50 split between the detractors.
** In "The Titans Show", after the Titans find out that their entire "Island Adventure" was completely staged, Control Freak tells Robin that the haters of the show are actually only a very small part of the entire viewer base. He shows a pie chart of "Fans" with only about 15% being "Haters". Some, though, consider this to be a misguided attempt to downplay the hatedom, which, as time goes on, has only grown, especially given Cartoon Network's recent practices of airing reruns in long, unbroken blocks with little variety.



* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: While the creators have often stated that the show was intended for a younger audience than the original series, this seems suspect when you take into account the following: a) a lot of the humor [[DarkerAndEdgier seems inappropriate for the young audience, including a considerable amount of violence pushing the show into a TV-PG rating]]; and b) many of the pop culture references featured in the show are relatable only to older audiences (kids of the '70s and '80s mostly), including full-episode parodies of ''Series/FantasyIsland'' and ''Series/GilligansIsland'' and loving homages to ''Series/TheATeam'' and ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''.

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: While the creators have often stated that the show was intended for a younger audience than the original series, this seems suspect when you take into account the following: a) a lot of the humor [[DarkerAndEdgier seems inappropriate for the young audience, including a considerable amount of violence pushing the show into a TV-PG rating]]; rating, not to mention the series' Aesops seeming to encourage kids to behave badly and even commit crimes to get what they want]]; and b) many of the pop culture references featured in the show are relatable only to older audiences (kids of the '70s and '80s mostly), including full-episode parodies of ''Series/FantasyIsland'' and ''Series/GilligansIsland'' and loving homages to ''Series/TheATeam'' and ''Series/TheGoldenGirls''.
20th Mar '17 7:47:27 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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* DesignatedVillain: Any episode where one or more Titans are treated as the sane ones will inevitably have them in the wrong, and it's the ones acting stupid and childish that are the episode's "good guys", with the Titan that's "in the wrong" eventually accepting and even joining in on their teammates' behavior. Robin and Raven in particular end up in this position a lot. Though to be fair, there are an equal amount of episode where Robin is legitimately being an asshole and the Titans disapproving him is reasonable.

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* DesignatedVillain: Any episode where one or more Titans are treated as the sane ones will inevitably have them in the wrong, and it's the ones acting stupid and childish that are the episode's "good guys", with the Titan that's "in the wrong" eventually accepting and even joining in on their teammates' behavior. Robin and Raven in particular end up in this position a lot. Though to be fair, lot, though in Robin's case, there are an equal amount of episode episodes where Robin is he's legitimately being an asshole and the Titans disapproving him is reasonable.
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