Lord Akiyama wrote:A large number of upcoming episodes have been leaked online.
Essentially, new episodes have been airing Monday through Friday down in Australia and fans down there have been posting them (with the video images in mirror effect so they won't get taken down immediately).
We're at "Newf Kids on the Rock", but they've already aired:
- "Jamaica Me Sweat"
- "Aftermath: Revenge of the Telethon"
- "I See London..."
- "Greece's Pieces"
- "The Ex-Files"
- "Picnic at Hanging Rock"
- "Sweden Sour"
- "Aftermath Aftermayhem"
Without spoiling anything, I have a mixture of interest and disinterest so far, but not to the degree that made me unhappy mostly with TDA. There are still situations present that are doing drama for the sake of drama. However, there are interesting developments that are rather fun to witness.
Really early Monday morning is when the next episode will be leaked online.
.. and Canada hasn't even screened episode 2 of "Walk Like an Egyptian,"
yet..! The series will start airing weekly on Teletoon next month.
Cartoon Network and Teletoon had gone to great lengths during Total Drama Action
to 'synchronize' their airdates .. supposedly, to avoid this exact (screwed-up) situation.
I'm not sure why ABC3 in Australia is airing Total Drama World Tour
on a 'weekday' broadcast model; at 26 episodes, they'll barely get five weeks of airtime out of it. Unless, the show's been bundled with the two previous seasons..? Even then, they'd be blowing through the entire series
every three months, or so (though .. come to think of it .. CN currently does this with Johnny Test
Call me 'old-fashioned' (and I know that I am
) .. but I'm gonna stick with the CN broadcast schedule, to let the show unfold at its intended pace .. and (hopefully) remain 'unspoiled' as to who gets eliminated when, etc.
Though, this has already meant staying away
from other Total Drama
discussion forums, elsewhere online. Some folks just can't help finding out every last detail about the show (in some sort of misguided effort to be the 'first' to do so), and then
bragging to everyone else that they know it (and oftentimes, proving that by 'blabbing' all those details in plain sight of casual readers)
And a lot of others just plain don't wanna 'wait' for the next episode. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
I agree that this season has a couple of sub-plots which seem (thus far, at least) to be 'drama for drama's sake'. I do still rather enjoy the show, though .. and, as I'd said in (a hidden portion of) my previous post: the upcoming fourth season of Total Drama
should certainly be able to keep us guessing!
Looking forward to another 'double-dose' of Drama, this week: "Jamaica Me Sweat"
airs at 9:00 PM on Monday .. and "TDWT Aftermath: Revenge of the Telethon"
will be released for purchase on iTunes.
or .. as Lord Akiyama
notes .. both of these episodes (and more) are 'out there', right now.