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Discussion in 'Disney/Pixar Forum' started by Anonymoususer2004, Aug 25, 2017.
What if Gravity Falls was on Nickelodeon instead of Disney?
Nickelodeon would continue the show beyond two seasons even without the creator, because it was such a big hit.
It depends on if the show became a success
If it didn't Nick would cancel it after 1 season and throw it away since it failed to meet their expectations
If it did then they would keep it going forever!
(But really tho.)
At this time period it would have been still a hit and given more seasons.
1) More seasons, higher questionable-to-mediocre (if not crap) episode ratio due to going on for too long if it's a hit with Nick. Yeah... I don't trust Nick's writers right now to handle storytelling or serious/dramatic/sentimental moments all that well (even despite my positive opinions of TLH, HBeaks, and WttW, too - never forget the mediocrity to crap that came before these examples, m8s.).
2) Expect the show to descend into less than stellar, or worse, boring slice-of-life comedy if it goes on too long, thanks to Nick's current aversion to REAL and ACTUAL violence, drama, and similar imagery worth watching (which GF did have, once it really got going, too. FACT.).
3) Welcome to the Wayne, like @DeanBurrito25 said (e.g.: the best outcome for Nickelodeon, provided they keep it around long enough to be that best outcome (which it is, so far, IMHO.) of course.).
Also, if Nickelodeon would let GF going past the pilot episode test and giving it the green light unlike Constant Payne and The Modifyers?
If Gravity Falls was on Nickelodeon, it would never air in India.
I don't I'll ever forgive them for that one. The art style, aesthetic, character design, and setting were just so fanned cool. Ditto for CN passing on it as well. Will likely never happen, but that show could actually get picked up in today's Disney. On topic, I don't think the show would have reached the lofty height of popularity and critical acclaim that it did due to restrictions and getting dragged way past its sell by date.