Sony Movie Channel to Air both Mardock Scramble Films Next Week

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Late Night Anime continues next week on the Sony Movie Channel (Sky 323) with sci-fi thriller Mardock Scamble: The First Compression and it’s sequel Mardock Scramble: The Second Combustion, both of which will be shown back-to-back in one night.

Both films, which are around 70 Minutes in length, will be shown on Tuesday 15th October 2013 starting with Mardock Scramble: The First Compression at 1am and then followed by its sequel Mardock Scamble: The Second Combustion at 2:25am.  Alternatively the Sony Movie Channel also has a +1 (Sky 324), just in case you end up missing the start of the film.

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As readers maybe aware the Sony Movie Channel started the ‘Late Night Anime’ slot several weeks ago, with a variety of popular KAZE UK Releases, including Berserk, Bleach and Journey to Agartha, already being shown – as well as upcoming releases such as last week’s Black Lagoon: Roberta’s Blood Trail, so it’s always worth keeping an eye on the channel to see what will be shown next.

 

 

CITV To Air Pokemon Movie 16: Genesect and the Legend Awakened, As well as Pokemon XY TV Series

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According to a press release published on BulbaNews the UK free-to-view TV Channel “CITV” will be broadcasting the latest Pokémon movie on the same day as the US Cartoon Network channel broadcasts it, furthermore the two episodes from the Pokémon XY TV Series will be shown over the same weekend with the remaining XY episodes being shown next year. Read more of this post

Kix TV to air Yu-Gi-Oh! GX within the UK, Timeslots Confirmed

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Free-To-View TV Channel, Kix TV has today confirmed that they will be airing the 4Kids Entertainment version of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX this weekend.

The show, which see’s Jaden Yuki enroll into the Duel Monsters Academyin hope of becoming the next king of games, will begin to air from Saturday 25th May at 8am, with further episodes shown throughout the rest of the day.

Saturday 25th May 2013: 8am, 12pm, 5pm and 8pm

Sunday 26th May 2013: 8am, 12pm, 5pm and 8pm

Monday 27th May 2013: 8am, 12pm, 5pm and 8pm

According to the Kix TV website the following timeslots will remain the same with episodes being shown every day, so thats plenty of Yu-Gi-Oh! action. At this moment in time it is currently unclear how many episodes Kix TV will air, as they are still showing the Sayian to Frezia Sagas of Dragon Ball Z Kai which began airing last year, but at least it gets more anime into the public eye, even if it is edited.

Kix TV is part of the CSC Media Group and is available on Sky (Channel 627) and Freeset (606) – while the channel can only be viewed via a satelite dish it does not requrie a subscription or Sky card.

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.