Robots In Disguise Second Season To End With 3-Part Movie

As was previously discussed, the second season of Robots In Disguise was revealed to be shorter than the first, prompting fans to consider the possibility that this would be its last season. Now the webpage for the Asia TV Forum & Market strengthens that rumor by showing that the last three episodes of season 2 are also available as a single 65-minute movie, much in the vein of Transformers Prime closer Predacons Rising. Keep reading for more details!
Transformers Robots in Disguise Years after we left the Autobots in Transformers Prime Bumblebee is summoned by Optimus Prime to save Earth from a new faction of Decepticons. Bumblebee assembles a rogue team of young Autobots including a COOL REBEL BAD BOY, an ELITE GUARD CADET, a BOMBASTIC DINOBOT and a hyperactive MINI-CON to chase and capture their new enemies. Each new BOT is a fully capable action hero, but relatively inexperienced in working together in a team. Thus Bumblebee finds himself needing to be equal parts squad leader and coach. Every episode is packed full of action, adventure and comedy as Team Bumblebee strive to complete their new mission. 45 x 22 minutes or 42 x 22 minutes and 1 x 65 minutes


It should be mentioned though, that once again this does not guarantee that season 2 is RID's last - it just makes it very, very likely. Episode counts in this situation equate to the package that is currently being offered, not all that is ever expected to be. That said, a shorter second season with a closing movie sure sounds like something you'd end on...

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