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Star Vs Season 3 This Summer, Renewed for 4th Season

Good News Everybody.  Announced today via an exclusive by The Hollywood Reporter, Star vs. The Forces of Evil will return in the summer for Season 3, and was also renewed for a 4th season.  Milo Murphy’s Law was also renewed for a second season.  Here is a tidbit from the article:

Star vs. The Forces of Evil, from creator and executive producer Daron Nefcy, returns for its third season in the summer.

The showfollows Star Butterfly (Sher), a fiercely awesome teen princess from another dimension,as she navigates high school, embarks on dimension-hopping adventures across the multiverse and battles arch-nemesis Ludo and his monstrous forces of evil alongside her best friend Marco Diaz.

Thevoice cast includes Sher as Star Butterfly, Alan Tudyk (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) as Ludo and Adam McArthur (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) as Marco. Star vs. The Forces of Evil: Star and Marco’s Guide to Mastering Every Dimension, a hardcover book based on the series and written by the series’ supervising producer Dominic Bisignano and Amber Benson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) will be released by Disney Press ‪on March 7.

Disney XD said that the two series reached more 100 million consumer views combined during 2016 across Disney XD’s linear, digital, social and global platforms. Both shows air daily on Disney XD.

Thanks to ImperfectXIII for the submission.

Star Vs Returns to Dominate February

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Star Vs. The Forces of Evil returns to the airwaves this Monday, February 6th at 7am EST.  The show like so many others usually take an extended hiatus during the holiday season, and usually ending right after the Superbowl.  Star returns with a little force.  While the new episodes will be airing in the wee hours of the morning, they will be airing new episodes four days a week for the next three weeks.  This is accomplished by splitting the timeslot in half, as the show up until now has aired as two 11 minute episodes packaged together in a 22 minute time slot.  Either way, lots of Star this month, as the train takes off with episode 215 on the 6th and concludes at 222 on the 27th.

New episodes of Star Vs, Monday – Thursday @ 7am EST.  February Schedule Below.

02/06/17 – 215a: Raid the Cave
02/07/17 – 215b: Trickstar
02/08/17 – 216a: Baby
02/09/17 – 216b: Running with Scissors

02/13/17 – 217a: Mathmagic
02/14/17 – 217b: The Bounce Lounge
02/15/17 – 218a: Crystal Clear
02/16/17 – 218b: The Hard Way

02/20/17 – 219a: Heinous
02/21/17 – 219b: All Belts are Off
02/22/17 – 220a: Collateral Damage
02/23/17 – 220b: Just Friends

02/27/17 – 221: Face the Music
02/27/17 – 222: Starcrushed

If anyone is interested in writing reviews or something for Star Vs, now is the time to join the gears.

Ratings Report: Star and Steven

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Let’s start with last Monday’s Star vs. the Forces of Evil as it was a slight drop from the previous week. The pairing of “Mr. Candle Cares” and “Red Belt” drew an estimated 560,000 viewers on Disney XD last Monday. We will have the numbers for “Star on Wheels” and “Fetch” next Monday along with the second week of Steven Universe episodes.

The return of Steven last Monday was well-received. On Monday, the duo of “Steven Floats” and “Drop Beat Dad” drew an estimated 1.551 million viewers on Cartoon Network. Tuesday, “Mr. Greg” drew 1.549 million viewers. There was a bit of a drop for “Too Short to Ride” on Wednesday as 1.410 million viewed that episode. There was an uptick on Thursday for “The New Lars” to the sound of 1.532 million. But Fridaysaw the low of the week with “Beach City Drift” at 1.293 million viewers. The average for the week was 1.481 million viewers. That is off from the 1.542 million average for the first five episodes of Season Three.

Ratings information for this report comes courtesy of Mitch Metcalf of Showbuzz Daily as measured by Nielsen Media Research.

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Star vs Echo Creek – SDCC Preview Clip

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A minute plus preview clip of the upcoming Star vs episode, Echo Creek, due out August 1st.  This was shown to the audience at the San Diego Comic Con.

In other Star Vs related news, the series will be getting a comic book series being published by Joe Books and coming to the comic stands in September.

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Oh My Disney: Untold – Star vs. The Forces of Evil

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Two and a half minute video clip from Oh My Disney: Untold, featuring show creator Daron Nefcy and taking a quick peek at the ins and out of making Star Vs.

The associated article can also be found at Oh My Disney (where you will be greeted by a subscription box half way down).

Six Episodes for Star Vs in July

Ponies are in the stable until fall.  Pet shop has closed up for good.  Wander prepares to wander into oblivion.  And while Steven U chugs along, its airing schedule is quite random.  One ray of hope shines through the morning haze of the summer season, Star vs. The Forces of Evil.

Season 2 begins July 11th and we’ve got the names of the first six episodes, as the show will continue much like Wander (and Season 1) on the 22 minute double episode time slot.

July 11th

  • (201) My New World
  • (202) Ludo in the Wild

July 18th

  • (203) Mr. Candle Cares
  • (204) Red Belt

July 25th

  • (205) Star on Wheels
  • (206) Fetch

 

Star Vs Returns July 11th

Long story short, Season 2 of Star Vs The Forces of Evil begins July 11th on Disney XD.  The news came today via Vanity which announced a couple of guest roles, namely Melissa Rauch of the Big Bang Theory, and singer Mayim Bialik.  Quote from Vanity:

“Star vs. the Forces of Evil,” the Annie Award-nominated series starring Eden Sher, launches its second season July 11 on Disney XD, featuring a slew of guest stars.

“The Big Bang Theory” actors Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik, and singer Nick Lachey are among the stars slated to make guest appearances in the show’s sophomore season, along with Carl Weathers, Al Yankovic, Zosia Mamet and Patrick Stump.

Vanity, by Lamarco McClendon