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A year ago on this very day, June 12th, we lost Phineas and Ferb after the 'Last Days of Summer' marathon ended with the aptly-titled episode 'Last Day of Summer'.
Needless to say, we were distraught. We were lost, despite having Penn Zero and Star to hold down the fort. However, Dan and Swampy have said that last year's finale isn't the end for Phineas and Ferb. With 'Milo Murphy's Law' just 4 months away from its debut on Disney Channel and Disney XD, I have more reason to believe them now than ever.
My theory is that Dan and Swampy have taken notes from Alex Hirsch and are secretly planning Phineas and Ferb's next summer....but they won't give it to us unless we watch the BLANK out of 'Milo Murphy's Law'! So they're making us earn Phinea…Read more >
Well.....due to the mediocre performance of 'OWCA Files' (only 660,000 viewers on premiere night on Disney XD) and despite 'The Peanuts Movie', the movie that I thought would be the catalyst to getting a 'Phineas and Ferb' feature film, raking in nearly $150 million at the box office during its run.....the 'Phineas and Ferb' case has gone cold.
I've simply run out of leads with the case and have nowhere else to turn. There's just no defense that will free our boys of summer from Disney jail anytime soon. The right defense might not present itself until we ring in 2020. That's why I'm calling it quits on this case for now.
The file will go into the cold case section and will remain there until after the first season of 'Milo Murphy's Law' fi…
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It's been 6 months since the end of Phineas and Ferb and I believe it's now time to take a look at where we stand in our war with Disney:
'OWCA Files' aired November 9th to mediocre ratings on Disney XD....
We haven't gotten much news on the upcoming 'DuckTales' reboot....
The new 'Scooby-Doo' movie has started pre-production at Warner Brothers with Dan Povenmire attatched as Executive Producer....
'Milo Murphy's Law' is currently in production at Disney, on track for a late 2016/early 2017 debut, that is still unchanged.
Reruns of 'Phineas and Ferb' continue to air. Also, the fanbase has started their own campaign for a full-fleged 'OWCA' series much like the campaign that saved 'Kim Possible'.
The Jim Hill report on upcoming reboots is on my 3…
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As the title says, I'm looking at the recent end of 'Phineas and Ferb' like the end of an NHL team.
If you still don't get it, I'm comparing the end of 'Phineas and Ferb' to a National Hockey League team either closing up shop or moving to another city.
NHL teams either fold or move when factors that sustain them are no longer there. 'Phineas and Ferb' ended because the main factors that sustained the show - co-creators Dan Povenmire and Jeff 'Swampy' Marsh - wanted to work on their upcoming show, 'Milo Murphy's Law', which is perfectly understandable.
Now, let's take a look at what might lead to a possible return of Danville's most inventive brothers.
I recently looked at a Rogers Sportsnet (A Canadian sports network) interview featuring NHL …
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Okay fans, it's been 3 months since we lost 'Phineas and Ferb'. Here's where we stand:
We have 'OWCA Files' coming up in the Fall.
Dan Povenmire will be working with Warner Brothers on a new 'Scooby-Doo' animated movie, due out in 3 years time (9/21/2018, to be exact).
Dan and Swampy have 'Milo Murphy's Law', their new animated musical comedy series, due out in either late 2016 or early 2017.
Also due out in 2017 - A new CGI version of 'DuckTales' (whoo-oo)!
Of course, reruns of 'Phineas and Ferb' continue to air every day on Disney XD in the States.
Also, I appear to be drawn to this report by Disney insider Jim Hill: http://www.rotoscopers.com/2015/08/03/jim-hill-ducktales-reboot-is-cg-animated-darkwing-duck-and-kim-possible-reboots-could-foll…
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