The Turtles were in the news again this week. The latest and most recent news is that the show won’t return for a sixth season, the cancellation is still not guaranteed, and the official word is that the show is being taken off the air permanently.
The Turtles are back, the Turtles are back, and it looks like the Turtles are back (I know, my wordplay is terrible). I cannot say that I am a big fan of the Turtles, and I am not a big fan of the show, but this is still a big deal. I am not sure whether the fans will be upset or if they will be fine with it.
The Turtles are back, the Turtles are back with their new series and they will be back. The Turtles will be back. The Turtles are back.
I never thought I would say this, but if Turtles is back, the Turtles will be back. I don’t know the exact details, but I know that when the Turtles were on hiatus in 2008, they were the highest rated show on cable and they got a lot of positive attention, and so they weren’t going to stop making jokes and stories about turtles. However, in 2009, the Turtles were back and had a hit show.
Before the series was cancelled, the Turtles were back. They managed to get another hit show on the network in 2010 and then they broke up into two shows again. In 2012, the Turtles were back and they got a new hit shows, although this time they were a little more successful. Now in 2013, the Turtles are back and are trying to get back their former success. They are trying to get back to the kids who watch the Turtles now, but not all of them.
The show had a lot of success and was well-received by kids and parents alike. Unfortunately, the Turtles’ success has also made them more popular among the teenagers who are now obsessed with them. This is fine, but it also makes their show a bit less relevant to the average teenager. After all, they are now in high school, and high schoolers are not the target audience of many popular shows. The Turtles aren’t the only show that is not relevant to teenagers.
Yeah that’s right. Kids are still young enough to be obsessed with the Turtles. And not only that, but the Turtles are a great example of a show that is now just sort of a passing trend. Turtles shows arent just done for kids. They are done because they are entertaining, popular, and fun, they are done because they are a huge hit and are part of the core pop culture. But that doesnt mean that they will continue to be.
Turtles shows arent just done for kids. They are done because they are entertaining, popular, and fun, they are done because they are a huge hit and are part of the core pop culture. But that doesnt mean that they will continue to be.
There seems to be a growing trend of series cancellation, which is a shame as they are generally fun shows. But when series are canceled, it means they have a limited number of seasons. So fans who were looking forward to seeing how the turtles would get back on the island in the final season, are instead left with the feeling that it was a waste of time. They really arent that bad. We did enjoy seeing them in action in turtles.
What sort of turtle-centric people have been around? We usually end up with a lot of big, fluffy, and pretty little turtles to take home. The fact that the series are cancelled is a huge bonus. We are still seeing the turtles in action in the final season, which is almost like we were in the same boat together.