Friday, September 19, 2014

Breaking News!! The Hub Network Will Be No More By Next Year!

This is an ACF news bulletin, and I wish I could of given you better than this.

After 4 years of entertainment goodness and nostalgic fun, the Hub Network will be no more by next year.  It seems that Discovery Communications have decided to break up their 50/50 partnership with Hasbro and wants to rebrand it as Discovery Family.  Here's what contribute to the Hub's downfall.  First off, Nikki Reed becomes the new head of programming after Donna Ebbs left.  The death of HuBoom, with no plans for more action cartoons and anime in the afternoons.  More movies, but weekly and not 3 times a week. Margaret Loech leaving the Hub in the hands of the executives of Discovery Communications.   And not to mention more family shows like Kid President and Parents Just Don't Understand.  Nikki Reed and the higher-ups from Discovery Communications planned this since 2013.  Because of them, the tagline, "Where Everything Comes Together" becomes obsolete. Ever hear the phrase, "Those who ignore history, are doomed to repeat it."?  Just like with Nickelodeon, Disney Channel and Cartoon Network, it is happening with the Hub Network.  Question is, what will happen with the other Hub shows, including My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and that new Transformers cartoon that is coming next year? I don't know.  But, I do this, I am almost finished with my script for a MLP special featuring Derpy Hooves for my dear friend, Grayson Bruce and no rebranding of a channel like the Hub won't stop me from making a difference for those who are disabled and different.  Bottom line, after 4 years, the Hub Network has succumb to Greed, Politics, Back Stabbing and Corruption and come next year, it will become extinct.

For more information about the Hub's eventually demise, visit and learn more about this miscarriage of justice.

MysticArksRevenge from YouTube was right.  He was right all along.  The Hub Network was nothing but a waste of time.  I should've listen to him.  We all have.  And Stefan, if you are reading this, add Discovery Communications to that list.  Just like Disney and Anne Sweeney and Robert Iger, this is war.  Until next time.

This has been an ACF News Bulletin

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