To me, many signs are pointing in that direction. Over the course of a year or so, it appeared that shows with the likes of Star Wars Rebels and Star vs. the Forces of Evil, and the upcoming DuckTales reboot have been plugged into oblivion by the network, especially on social media. They even went as far to spam the schedules with some of the same shows to no end. Sure they’re popular, but in my opinion it has a negative effect on other shows and its fans so much they are largely ignored by the network itself. I mean, aside from Star Wars which is already a pop culture phenomenon, it’s getting pretty obvious Disney/DisneyXD want to make cash cow franchises out of them. But to me the way they do it just seems forced. A majority of the shows on the network are eclipsed by the over-promotion of SvtFoE, DuckTales, etc. Even DuckTales is getting a 24 hour premiere on Disney XD by replaying the same episode. All of this is making me suffer from something called hype backlash. I used to watch Disney XD, but something had changed – the unexplained cancellation of The 7D and the reduction of episodes during its second and now final season. Although not hugely popular, it was capable of receiving a decent amount of viewers and its premiere was Disney XD’s No. 2 animated premiere in its history until it was surpassed by SvtFoE. While they do advertised its second season premiere which received more than 600,000 viewers, after that DXD all but stopped promoting the series and its ratings dropped sharply, which meant that they succeeded in burying the show. Around that time, I also watched SvtFoE. After seeing the potential and the rising popularity of SvtFoE, Disney XD started to hype up the show so much while burying my favorite show on the network had led me to stop watching it shortly after its second season premiered. And after I realized that The7D/Penn Zero and SvtFoE have their San Diego Comic Con panels the same day last year and only news about SvtFoE appeared on Disney XD’s social media accounts, I was angry. As much as I like other shows on Disney XD, it is unfair that the same shows you like is being treated significantly different on the same network. When Wander Over Yonder and The 7D ended, I quit watching DXD even though I have to leave behind the other shows I enjoyed. A few of my friends stopped watching the network, too, when WOY and The 7D finally left the air entirely. Disney XD has sure changed over the last few years, but they have problems over how they’re handling their shows. So, what do you all think?