Is anyone else mad about this?
As you all know, Toonami hasn't been playing up to episode 60 of Yu Yu Hakusho. I don't know why, but I think YYH is losing viewers because of this. I'm not 100% sure on my sources on this, but I think they should show to then. That way, they'd keep viewers.
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Yu Yu Hakusho is just doing what CN has always done with DBZ. Leaving the story at a point that is begging for more. First run it was before Goku fought Burter and Jiece, the next season it was where was Goku and will he be coming back, the next season it was probably the one that least didn't matter if it would continue because frankly I think the Cell saga raps of DBZ nicely but the Japanese fans wouldn't have it so Goku came back, the next season ends with Buu "destroyed", Goku knocked out, and Vegeta dead, the next season cut off right as Kid Buu showed up. You get the picture I'm sure. CN likes to leave us hanging. They've done it with DBZ, Inu-Yasha, and yes of course Yu Yu Hakusho. Any long anime they tend to stretch out to the point of getting slightly annoying, but still quite watchable. It's just what they do.
Here's what I'm expecting for YYH. It'll move to SVES again for a while durring the fall and then by maybe November it will get new episodes (actually I'm expecting December, but it all depends on what CN want's to do next). If CN opts to finish Cyborg 009 instead of replacing it with new YYH for a while then we probably wont see YYH until SD Gundam Force or the new Dragonball episodes have run their course. I'm guessing DB will get 2 runs then maybe move to SVES or another time on CN and SD Gundam Force will get three and then move to SVES (I'm near certain it will end up on SVES eventually).
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They're not losing viewers. They're gaining viewers. Sometimes, reruns tend to be better than premiere runs.
Originally Posted by Shawa