Transformers is getting a new series on Nickelodeon that will introduce a new species of robot to the franchise for fans to enjoy.
The Transformers will receive a new series on Nickelodeon that focuses on a new species of bots. Based on the Hasbro line of toys, Transformers have been one of the biggest names in toys since their introduction in 1984. They have been featured in a number of television series over the past three decades and have been featured in six feature films. live.
Transformers is a major franchise for ViacomCBS. The five films of Michael Bay and the Bumblebee the spin-off grossed a total of $ 4.84 billion at the global box office. They currently have two Transformers films in development, a prequel animated film by Toy story 4 Josh Cooley and one of Creed 2 Director Steven Caple Jr. Netflix Is Now On War for Cybertron trilogy and are developing a new animated series called Transformers: BotBots. The Transformers will receive another animated series on ViacomCBS’s own network, Nickelodeon.
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According to THR, a new Transformers animated series is coming to Nickelodeon. Twenty-six episodes have been ordered for the series and it will air exclusively on Nickelodeon. The series will focus on a new breed of Transformers who must find their place among Autobots, Decepticons and humans and will feature new characters and old fan favorites.
The series currently has creators deeply rooted in the Transformers and Nickelodeon franchises. Transformers: rescue robots“Nicole Dubuc is executive producer of the upcoming series. Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles“Ant Ward and Dale Malinowski are engaged as executive producer and co-executive producer, respectively. The Transformers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have shared their creative talents in the past as Michael Bay led the top five Transformers films and its production company Platinum Dunes produced the two most recent Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies. Megan Fox, who starred in Transformers and its sequel Transformers: Revenge, was cast as April O’Neil in the live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles restart. Being both on Nickelodeon and creative talent could eventually lead to a cross between the two brands.
The introduction of new species of robots is an interesting feature of this new series of Transformers, which could develop into a new line of toys for Hasbro. This concept of creating new species to sell toys is not new to Transformers because the series introduced triple changers and Dino-Bots, and the Beast wars The series envisioned the Transformers as being able to transform into real animals. While it will obviously be selling toys, it will be part of the franchise’s mythology to the new generation of kids who will experience it for the first time. The different Transformers animation series and movies show that there is always a desire to see this concept in various forms, and for some children this will be their first exposure.
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