Transformers: Cyberverse to Broadcast on POP! Next Week

The latest addition to Hasbro’s ever-expanding Transformers cartoon / animation series, known as Transformers: Cyberverse, will soon be broadcast on UK TV via Sony owned TV channel POP! Read more of this post

Bakugan: Battle Planet to Start Broadcasting on POP! Next Week

Earlier in the week we reported that Bakugan: Battle Planet, which is a reboot of the original Bakugan: Battle Brawlers series, would be broadcast on UK TV via the POP! channel, and now thanks to updated TV listings we can confirm that it will begin its broadcast next week. Read more of this post

Kix TV To Broadcast Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal from 14th April

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The first season of Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal may have recently ended on Cartoon Network UK, but that doesn’t stop CSC Media from ‘also’ picking up the UK broadcast rights to the series, as from the 14th April 2014 free-to-air satellite TV channel Kix TV will be showing the series on a daily basis.

Starting on the 14th April 2014, and shown on a daily basis at 5:30pm, Kix TV will be airing the latest (English Dubbed) series of Yu-Gi-Oh!, starting from the very first episode. It’s unclear how many episodes Kix TV will show, but it’s assumed that the entire first season will be shown with new episodes being shown on a daily basis. Read more of this post

Kix TV to Air New Episodes of Dragon Ball Z Kai & Scan2Go from Next Week

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It’s not Blu-ray (or DVD) related but Kix TV, the Free-To-Air TV Channel that is currently available on Sky and Freesat, have today announced that new episodes of Dragon Ball Z Kai will be shown along with relatively new anime-based TV Series, Scan2Go.

Dragon Ball Z Kai was previously shown on a daily basis when it started airing last year until all of its alotted episodes, which ran until the end of the Frezia Saga, were shown. Since then Dragon Ball Z Kai has had a ‘limited’ run on the TV channel with episodes being shown mostly at weekends but from next week the series will return to the TV Channel.

Dragon Ball Z Kai will recommence airing on the 22nd July 2013 and according to listing’s it will be broadcast at 8:30am, 12pm and 8pm everday with the series starting from the very first episode and continuing straight through to the new episodes.

In addition to Dragon Ball Z Kai, the Japanese-Korean anime series Scan2Go (which is co-produced by D-Rights and aimed at a younger auidience) also starts on the 22nd July, with episodes being shown at 8am, 12:30pm, 3:3opm, 9:30pm and 10pm everday. The series itself is set in a futuristic universe whereby races involving the use of miniature automated toy cars and cards are played out. The english dub for Scan2Go was produced by Ocean Productions and Blue Water Studios and has previously been shown on Cartoon Network in America.

It seems like Kix TV, which can be viewed for FREE if you have a Sky Box (or Freesat Box) is the new destination for edited anime series on TV, as the channel is also currently showing Yu-Gi-Oh! GX and Digimon Data Squad.

Kix TV to Air Dragon Ball Z Kai Daily Next Year, Timeslots Revealed

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It has not been ‘actively’ confirmed from CSC Media, but from the 6th January 2013 Dragon Ball Z Kai will be shown daily on the Kid’s TV Channel, Kix TV, which is available to view (for FREE) on Sky & Freesat.

Earlier in the month we revealed that Dragon Ball Z Kai will be shown as a special ‘Preview Event’ from boxing day for three days straight, well since then Kix TV released a new TV Advert showcasing that Dragon Ball Z Kai, along with Digimon: Data Squad and Power Rangers, would be shown as the early morning line-up, however a timeslot for each shown wasn’t revealed.

After some digging on the Kix TV Website, under the What’s On Section, it turns out that 4 episodes of Dragon Ball Z Kai will be shown per day.

Starting at 8am, as part of the early morning line-up, an episode of Dragon Ball Z Kai will be shown, then another episode will be shown at 6pm. At 9pm both episodes will be repeated in an hour long timelot, thus offering viewers a ‘catch-up’ in preperation for the next day’s episodes.

Looking through the site suggests that, for now, this is the line-up that Dragon Ball Z Kai will follow until someone at Kix TV decides to change it, either way – having it this way means that a lot of people will be able to watch the show at different times during the day.