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New Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Cartoons to Begin March 22nd with Darkmouth, NV Episode

By Jack on Wednesday, February 27, 2013



The have announced their March programming schedule for Transformers Prime Season 3 Beast Hunters that will being on March 22, 2013. The series will begin with the first and second episodes called "Darkmouth, NV" that will show on the 22nd followed by "Scattered" that will air on March 29th. Read the synosis for both episodes below for the full reveal on these cartoons.
Friday, March 22

“Transformers Prime” Season 2 Marathon (3:30 – 7 p.m.) – Hub TV Network Original Series
Just in time for the premiere of the all-new season, catch up on some of your favorite episodes from season two of “Transformers Prime” when The Hub presents a four-hour marathon of eight back-to-back episodes of the popular animated series.
Rating: TV-Y7, FV

“Transformers Prime Beast Hunters” – Hub TV Network Original Series NEW SEASON PREMIERE
(New episode: 7:30 – 8 p.m.)
“Darkmouth, NV” – While Optimus struggles to survive after Megatron’s destruction of the Autobot base, the separated members of Team Prime try to reconnect.
Rating: TV-Y7, FV

Friday, March 29

“Transformers Prime Beast Hunters”
(New episode: 7:30 – 8 p.m.)
“Scattered” – The Autobots search for signs of each other, but start to lose hope while the Decepticons welcome a key player to their ranks. A win for Wheeljack may ultimately lead to an Autobot defeat.
Rating: TV-Y7, FV





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