Does anyone starts to feel that Nick is getting out of the action genre and more into comedy. I mean look at how it treats its action shows: So I recently heard the news about this one. Legend of Korra started out great on a Saturday morning slot with Book 1, then move into a night where lots of people are out and where it competes with Disney Channel's premieres. That's when ratings start to sunk. Then rather than moving it to a different day, Nick STILL decides to keep Book 3 on the same day Book 2 was before AND doubling up the premieres (which is a sign for the network to make this show disappear as fast it gets). Nick dropped the ball hard when with no announcement, it decides to pull five episodes off the air just so it can ship it online for more viewers to watch for free. While it was a much wiser choice IMO, why the heck didn't Nick do that in the first place!? To make things worse, LoK had little to no promotion on the main network, repeats were barely shown (expect on Nicktoons, but not everyone has it). I may not be a Korra fan, but come on, that was one of the stupidest decisions made by Nick. The fact that even the show's creators and staff didn't knew about it in the first place was completely irresponsible. Moving on to Winx Club, which hasn't been shown on the network since last year. I think it would've feared better if it was paired with TMNT and Kung Fu Panda on Sunday and market all three (and LoK would've fit better there too) as an action-adventure block. TMNT at 11am, KFP at 11:30, LoK at 12pm and WC at 12:30. Those shows would've been a great pairing. But... instead WC was placed in a Sunday afternoon deathslot with no other premieres surround by it, has gotten no promotion and barely getting any reruns (similar to LoK; it's gotten some repeats on TeenNick, but like I said not everyone has it). It's gotten to the point where Nick shipped a few new episodes online with ZERO notice. Not to mention it won't pick up the seventh season. WC has a franchise that sells like hotcakes around the world just like TMNT and SpongeBob and I don't know why Nick has rejected this show already. And it was their fault the ratings weren't good. Finally, on TMNT, Nick seems to adore this show by selling its merchandise globally and promoting when it comes to new episodes. But one thing that's missing are the repeats. I mean, why hasn't Nick placed any reruns on the schedule expect one that's only on Sundays? Nick loves this show as much as SpongeBob, but schedule-wise, it seems to have a problem fitting the show into the weekdays. Heck, even The Thundermans and Rabbids Invasion are both on the schedule, but they both are less popular and get less ratings than TMNT and have lower episode counts compared to TMNT and they are still on the weekdays. That's really unacceptable for a series that's nearly (if not, very) as popular as SpongeBob, Transformers, Adventure Time, Gravity Falls and My Little Pony. Yes, repeats are already on Nicktoons, but you already know the drill. Other shows that deserve the mention of this thread are: T.U.F.F. Puppy, Kung Fu Panda (though, both are more of an action-comedy), and Supah Ninjas (its second season was starting to get screwed, though). I think Power Rangers is still on the schedule is because of a contract, but otherwise, it would've been shipped off to Nicktoons already. So that clears everything, but does anyone think Nick is shifting away from action (expect TMNT) because it's starting to focus more on targeting the post-millennial audience (Nick already has Nick Jr., so why would it be targeting little tots on its main network is beyond me)? It's a speculation, but I believe that's one of the answers.