Zap2it has published the title of episode 5 of the new season: “Flight to the Finish.”
A synopsis has yet to show up.
If you would like some more details on the episode, have a look at our post on San Diego Comic Con 2013.
There doesn’t seem to be many people recording or streaming LPS this season, and with Spazz out at Nightmare Nights Dallas, finding the episode to review took some time. Read more →
We’re back from our scheduled server outage. Frantech has moved all their servers to their new data center, and we have switched back to our WordPress site. That also means that I have to transfer my Tumblr posts over now.
Find it after the break.
We’re back from our little trip to Tumblr land.
As you will have seen on our Tumblr, The Hub published a new ad for the premiere of season 4—and a certain John de Lancie narrates it!
Since our original posting of EquestriaGuy’s phone recording, The Hub actually published a longer, higher-quality version on YouTube and Facebook, which you can view after the break.
I’m not entirely sure what the implications are of these ratings, but the Disney Channel press release certainly makes them sound celebratory:
“Wander Over Yonder” (Fri., 9:00 – 9:15p.m.) rose to 6-week highs, delivering its #3 regular telecast on record in Total Viewers (2.77 million), Kids 2-11 (1.73 million/4.4 rating), Kids 6-11 (1.30 million/5.5 rating) and Tweens 9-14 (1.05 million/4.3 rating).
This is the week of October 28 to November 3, so going back six weeks brings us to to the week of “The Fugitives.” The ratings we have of “The Fugitives” were a little sparse, but the ratings we do have are higher than these. So does this mean that Wander just emerged from a little dell; was “The Troll” just exceptionally popular; did the first episodes still profit more from the premiere advertisement; or are these fluctuations so small and random that we can’t meaningfully read anything into them?
Well, time for more PikaBloom. I was never really too keen on this episode, so I’ll go over some stuff pony-wise in Japan instead. Oh, and fun fact: Japan doesn’t do Daylight Savings, so the Japanese dub episodes start an hour earlier on the clocks that do follow DST. Catch the last few weeks in Japony after the break:
Livestreams (Mondays, 5:30 PM EST)