It looks like Cartoon Network quietly took the new Mega Man show out of their lineup

It looks like Cartoon Network quietly took the new Mega Man show out of their lineup screenshot

It was once made beautiful transparent that the new Mega Man caricature, Fully Charged, was once aiming for a tender target market. Having watched the episodes to be had thus far: yep, I will ascertain that, and the show is in reality just a little higher than I first of all idea it might be. Sadly, there is probably not any room for enlargement as Cartoon Network has got rid of the sequence from its time table.

As reported through the Cartoon Network Schedule Archive, it sort of feels like the Sunday slot of doom (6:30AM ET), and early portent, is not more. Typically networks cope with those removals with bumpers mentioning that there is going to be a mid-season destroy, however not anything has been introduced thus far. A tipster over at The Mega Man Network that says to have ties to DHX Media states that upcoming episodes are slated to re-appear on November 11 after the thriller one month destroy. 32 extra episodes (at 10 mins each and every) are these days deliberate.

Now this complete factor might be an oversight through Cartoon Network (it might be the first time), however the indisputable fact that Fully Charged does not appear to have sufficient clout to warrant a press release or explanation why for the destroy is not nice. We’ve reached out to Cartoon Network for rationalization.

Schedule [Cartoon Network Schedule Archive by the use of Mega Man Network]

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