WMG / Fireman Sam

Pontypandy is a dictatorship, entirely controlled by the fire station.
There's no sign of any police, or any sort of town council. In fact the entire population of Pontyprandy seems to comprise the Pryces, the Floods, the Joneses, Trevor the bus driver, and the fire-fighters themselves. And the fire department seem to be in charge of everything to do with safety and protection. Despite being a seaside town (in the CGI series), there isn't even a coastguard, although there is a mountain-rescue officer (who is treated as a subordinate of the fire station). Clearly at some point Station Officer Steele seized control of the town and everyone who disagreed with his rule ... disappeared (Bella Lasagna was the last to go).
  • Well, more recent episodes have added a Coast Guard in Ben Hooper and an Ocean Rescue Center, an analogue for the Mountain Rescue Center, which is where the water vehicles are stored (with a new one added just for Ben); the place has been expanded on to become the Ocean Rescue Center's base instead of only a conveniently empty building that they visit whenever they need to get their rescue boats. Of course, this doesn't completely disprove the WMG, since Ben is still subservient to the Fire Service like Tom is.
  • Also, we've got a new Family in the Sparkes'. And lets not forget Mrs. Chen and her young daughter Lily.

Sam is Norman's father.
Sam often shows symptoms of high-functioning Science-Related Memetic Disorder, and Norman once caused an accident that required the assistance of the fire crew in full breathing apparatus with a children's chemistry set. Maybe it's In the Blood?
Buck Douglas came from Newtown
Who else that visits Pontypandy doesn't come from Newtown? Newtown is Pontypandy's neighbouring town.
Buck Douglas is not actually a villain
The reason is because he loves his fans that are in Pontypandy. He even visited the fire station to interview Fireman Sam, meaning that he might be good friends with him. He also doesn't harm anyone, despite the villagers of Pontypandy getting into danger during their alien hunt. Unfortunately, Buck Douglas' show can be a little dangerous sometimes...
The 11th series of Fireman Sam and it's 2018 film will be animated by a different studio
The reason is because of this small controversial incident where Elvis trips on the Quran in a Series 9 episode. Hit Entertainment apoligises for this and said that they will be no longer working with Xing Xing, the Chinese animation studio that produced series 6-10 and its three films. Brace yourself for They Changed It, Now It Sucks and Ruined Forever...
The 2018 film of Fireman Sam will be about pirates and treasure hunting
This film is not officially announced yet, but it would be cool if the plot for the 2018 film would be about Norman and the kids going treasure hunting with a handsome man who knows knowledge about pirates and treasure hunting. Then, they get stranded in the middle of the ocean, leaving Fireman Sam and his crew to save them.
The Buck Douglas that faked alien sightings in Pontypandy is not the real Buck Douglas
Fireman Sam knows what Buck Douglas is up to, but what if the alien hunter inside the alien costume is an impostor of Buck Douglas, and the real Buck Douglas did not come yet? Then, the real Buck Douglas will love this and will let Fireman Sam and Norman Price be on Alien Quest
Buck Douglas will come back to Pontypandy to apologize to everyone at the end of the 2018 film
After Norman and the kids finally gets the treasure and finally get to be on the handsome man's TV show about treasure hunting, he shows the rest of the villagers of Pontypandy the treasure he got. After the rest of the villagers congratulates Norman, Buck Douglas comes back to Pontypandy, only to apologize for what he has done last year. At first, almost everyone in Pontypandy doesn't believe in him, but then, Norman starts to forgive him and tries to make everyone else do the same. The villagers then forgives him and lets him stay in Pontypandy to host an entirely new TV show.
Series 11 of Fireman Sam will get released in Feburary, while the movie will be released in March
Two direct releases would be great, unless if they're hoping for a March release of the 11th series of Fireman Sam and a summer release for the 2018 movie, which might be better.
The 2018 Fireman Sam movie will be announced in October during MIPCOM, alongside the announcement of Series 11
We'll see where things go in the passing months before MIPCOM. If people couldn't wait any longer, then the announcement of both Series 11 and the 2018 film of Fireman Sam may be sooner than we think.
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