Written by Jude Terror
on Tuesday, October 02 2012 and posted in News with Benefits
Meddling turtles will continue to interfere in Shredder's plans for another season in 2013.
Curses! After a successful debut this weekend as the top television show amongst kids 2-11 and boys 6-11 and the top kid's show on basic cable, Nickelodeon has renewed those insufferable turtles for another season! The show drew 3.9 million viewers in its premiere, and over 12 million viewers counting all the times it aired over the weekend.
Those disgusting mutant freaks will star in 26 more episodes, which will air in 2013, unless the Shredder's army of fearsome rock soldiers from Dimension X can put a stop to them before then. The Shredder, who had vowed that the show would not last longer than a single episode before the Turtles met their doom, was unavailable for comment. However, we were able to reach his cretinous henchmen, Rocksteady and Bebop, who confirmed that their master has a backup plan for dealing with those "toitles," and that the brats who helped make the show a success for tuning in would pay for their insolence.
TMNT airs on Saturdays at 11AM on Nickelodeon.
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