Thursday, January 7, 2010

TELETOON (Part 7): The 2000s & Conclusion

Now we're going tell you the most common shows in 200s series such as Robo Roach, Ratz, Birdz (rerun only) and most popular TELETOON series: Total Dram Island (according to CN).


Redwall was the series on TELETOON about young mouse who was tried to save his father from nasty rat and he has to go long journay and serch for in each chapter (episode), he also makes new friends to help me along.

Yakkity Yak

Yakkity Yak is a television program that ran on Nickelodeon from November 9 to December 12, 2003. Yakkity Yak was canceled on December 11 with 26 episodes, due to a generally low fanbase. However the episode "Fairy Yakkity" was declared as the final episode and other different episodes were never shown on Nickelodeon. Although it was added to the Nicktoons Network schedule for a few years, it was removed from the rotation on March 2, 2007. The show was known for its extreme lack of reality, and for its extreme silliness and featured a style of animation which broke with past Nickelodeon tradition. The show features an anthropomorphic yak named Yakkity who wants to make it to stardom by becoming a comedian. Along the way, he has adventures with his two best friends Keo (an actual anthropomorphic pineapple) and Lemony. The show's slogan, "It's Just Plain Stupid," may have turned potential viewers away.

And finally...


Wayside (also known as Wayside School) is a Canadian and American co-produced animated television series airing on TELETOON in Canada and Nickelodeon in the United States and European countries such as Netherlands and Germany, based on the Sideways Stories From Wayside School book series by Louis Sachar. Originally a one-hour television movie on Teletoon in November 2005, 26 episodes of the series have been commissioned for 2007. Each episode is composed of two 15-minute shorts. As a production of both Teletoon and Nickelodeon, Wayside holds the distinction of being the only series to be both a Teletoon Original and Nicktoon.
In the US, Wayside aired on Nickelodeon weekdays at 12:30pm ET in the United States from June-July 2007, but it has been moved to 3:30pm ET weekdays (as of now, though, the show has been replaced by The Penguins of Madagascar). As of September 1, 2007, it also airs on the Nicktoons Network, where it currently airs at 3:00am ET. The show has received mostly negative reviews, having only 634 views in its first day. In Canada, it airs on Teletoon every Saturday at 8am ET and 4:30pm ET.

The opening theme is performed by Skye Sweetnam. The series is directed by Riccardo Durante and the head writer/story editor was John Derevlany, who wrote the pilot and developed the series. The pilot was released to DVD under the title Wayside: The Movie, on September 25, 2007. The DVD of the 1st season was released on August 19, 2008.

In Conclusion, thanks for taking us back so many meroies of TELETOON past until next time.

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