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No Current Cancellation Threat for "The Batman"

by on August 27, 2005

An official representative from Warner Bros. Animation has confirmed that despite the current spreading rumors, The Batman is currently in no danger of being cancelled.

Rumors of the show’s demise began to spread earlier this week when a simple comment posted on the Legions of Gotham fansite concerning the show’s current post-production status was misunderstood, leading many to erroneously believe the show was heading for the ax.

The show is presently wrapping up post-production on its current 39 episode order and is looking forward to a new pick-up order later this year of at least 13 episodes. Thirteen additional episodes will bring the show’s tally up to 52, making it eligible for syndication. The current post-production status is normal for any animated series. According to an official statement from Warner Bros. Animation, there is no reason for any fans of the show to worry.

Stay tuned to The World’s Finest and Toon Zone News for an interview with Duane Capizzi — producer, story-editor, and writer for The Batman. Capizzi will discuss the series, its current post-production status, and what’s in store for The Batman‘s future. The new season of The Batman begins September 17th on Kids WB.

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