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*'''Ducky Momo''': A super popular children's show about a duck.  It has been on since the early 1990's and continues to be popular even now.
 
*'''Ducky Momo''': A super popular children's show about a duck.  It has been on since the early 1990's and continues to be popular even now.
 
*'''Neko Paw Paw Village''': A new children's show about a village of cats. Started October 2014.
 
*'''Neko Paw Paw Village''': A new children's show about a village of cats. Started October 2014.
*'''[[Twin Monsters]]: Wildwood Warriors(''野生木の戦士 ツインモンスターズ'') ''': A GingaTV Dub of an episodic adventure series about Priceman and Creselian "WarGreyGirl", A Magical boy and Magical Girl, respectively as they try to take down the Evil Digimon Kingdom.  The series stars Tarou Nantamanuki as Daniel Kakaku/Priceman and Mitsumi "Tasuke" Akihiko As Creselian/WarGreyGirl.  Started August 19, 2015. Ginga TV plans to carry the series all the way through to [[Twin Monster Masters]], Due to a lawsuit brought about by Toei, TPCi, and an anonymous person against Super Pokémon TV(once known as, and now known as once again, [[Cartoon Game Show Network|CTGSN]], the series has been pulled and cancelled.
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*'''[[Twin Monsters]]: Wildwood Warriors(''野生木の戦士 ツインモンスターズ'') ''': A GingaTV Dub of an episodic adventure series about Priceman and Creselian "WarGreyGirl", A Magical boy and Magical Girl, respectively as they try to take down the Evil Digimon Kingdom.  The series stars Tarou Nantamanuki as Daniel Kakaku/Priceman and Mitsumi "Tasuke" Akihiko As Creselian/WarGreyGirl.  Started August 19, 2015. Ginga TV plans to carry the series all the way through to [[Twin Monster Masters]], Due to a lawsuit brought about by Toei, TPCi, and an anonymous person against Super Pokémon TV(once known as, and now known as once again, Cartoon Game Show Network (CTGSN), the series has been pulled and cancelled.
 
*'''Super Pichu Bros. Super Show''': An import of 150, 11-minute episodes (Totaling 75 episodes) based off an old film.
 
*'''Super Pichu Bros. Super Show''': An import of 150, 11-minute episodes (Totaling 75 episodes) based off an old film.
 
*'''[[Wildwood Warriors: Priceman Legends]]''': It has recently started airing in a far off land as of July 17, 2016, Fezi TV won the rights to air it in Japan and North America, With first airing On Fezi TV beginning in Spring 2017.
 
*'''[[Wildwood Warriors: Priceman Legends]]''': It has recently started airing in a far off land as of July 17, 2016, Fezi TV won the rights to air it in Japan and North America, With first airing On Fezi TV beginning in Spring 2017.

Latest revision as of 15:26, 15 August 2019

A wiki page for all of our fictitious, in-universe entertainment.

Television

News

  • Cloudbreak News* A new worldwide organization that distinguishes itself with a fervor for the truth which manifests in every manner from educational programming about kaiju to what could verily be described as muck-raking against powerful or controversial targets. Seem to have a well-equipped department in every nation to gather news, phenomenal fact-checkers, and has attracted a veritable cult following among some viewers. It is subsidized and broadcast so that all viewers can access the information free of charge. The station emblem of the sun parting the clouds represents the organizations mission statement of bringing all people the truth they deserve.


Fitness

Real Life Workout Tired of those smug super-healthy televised fitness instructors who smile while bidding you keep doing exhausting exercises while they never are breaking a sweat? Every morning we find a person right off the street eating a burrito, and offer them $4000 cash--paid in proportion of how much of a live 40 minute workout they are able to host. Season Finales involve a grand competition between former host/contestants and viewers to see who has improved the most. Workout every morning at 7:00 while the instructor is exactly as miserable as you are!


Live Action

  • Current Morning Drama: Chef's Paradise: Slice of life showing off Sawako Kirinaga (played by newcomer Yumi Kazehaya) as she fights for her dream to be a world renowned chef.
  • Former Morning Drama: Love and Life: Cherish: Slice of life, josei drama starring Naoki Tsuwabuki as Yuri Kanagawa and Kaifuu Aoi as Hana Mizutera. [Aired 2015)
  • Love Today, Love Tomorrow, Love Now: A high-school drama starring Kaifuu Aoi as Bonnie Bon. (Aired 2004 to 2007)
  • Run Run Typhoon!: A samurai/tokusatsu series. Currently on first season though second season has been confirmed. Starring Jun Kimochi as Toshi, ZANE as Kentaro-san, and Genji Tenoru as Nigashi.
  • Gigaman RISE: Tokusatsu series starring Hiro Nagasai as the titular character. Ran for 49 episodes.
  • Rogues' Peanut Gallery: A reality show with an international rotating cast of over-the-hill former supervillains that became inactive or were recently paroled from jail sentences received after their collaring by various hero types during the 80's. Features them reminiscing about the old days, complaining about modern annoyances, and threatening to build a new death ray just to use on their incompetent local pizza guy.
  • CRACK! Dealer Deal: A wacky and zany quiz show starring the latest hot celebrities and random people off the street.
  • Take Me In Your Arms: A serious romance and tragedy drama. Starring Mitsuru Chiba as Touji and Juri Tanaka as Aiko.
  • Good Night Laugh Time!: A late night comedy sketch show.
  • Everybody Loves Yai: A sitcom revolving around the improbable events that plague the life of a charismatic dead man. Starring Yaijinden as himself; the series ended abruptly in 2011 but is in extensive syndication.
  • 'Tonight Tonight BLAST!': A celebrity news show with interviews, scandalous news segments, and quirky game show segments.
  • Kosagi: New series involving Police Detective Kosagi Kana, a new female detective in the Tokyo police department.
  • Revolutionary Girl Utena: A (secretly filmed) reality show following Ohtori Academy's Utena Tenjou and the Student Council. The show dealt with sword duels, love, questioning sexuality, and the absurd. Cancelled after one year due to audience's complaints as to its veracity.
  • Justice Guardian - Seven Great Monsters: an upcoming Tokusatsu series taking place in the same fictional universe as 2003's PGSM, though this time, Doc Vision and Saburo Yatsude (Pen names for the collective staff of Carisle Animation and Toei Company, respectively) are teaming up to deliver a twist to the occasional Sentai formula by introducing the Sailor Moon Anime's plot point, the Seven Great Youma, as they become heroes battling against the Krozki Clan and their leader, SmartsMan.
  • Snow Fall City: Weekend Drama show set in a small city in Hokkaido.

Animation

  • Hey! Mora-sensei!: A school comedy slice of life anime.
  • Super Naota: A super hero action series starring Ken Tanaka as Naota Tsuzuki.
  • Time Witch Warlock: A sci fi, magical anime starring Ryu Hitsuyoka as Warlock Ken-chan. Second season has been confirmed with Rina Kikuchi co-starring as Enchantress Lucinda.
  • Pinky Pinky Shine!: A magical girl series dealing with love, lust, betrayal, and modern day high school. Eri Shimotani as Shine Pink, Fuji Sagari as Shine Gold, and Yuki Kimino as Shine Cerulean. Second Season: Pinky Pinky Shine! Second Sparkle. Third Season: Pinky Pink Shine! Triumphant Gleam.
  • Galactic Ninja Yuki: A sci fi, ninja-themed anime in the future. Starring Yuuko Tenjou as Yuki and Hinata Nara as Kaori.
  • MomoSakura-chan: A children's anime revolving around the adventure of a peach named Sakura-chan. Starring Amiko Yumi as Sakura-chan.
  • Ducky Momo: A super popular children's show about a duck. It has been on since the early 1990's and continues to be popular even now.
  • Neko Paw Paw Village: A new children's show about a village of cats. Started October 2014.
  • Twin Monsters: Wildwood Warriors(野生木の戦士 ツインモンスターズ) : A GingaTV Dub of an episodic adventure series about Priceman and Creselian "WarGreyGirl", A Magical boy and Magical Girl, respectively as they try to take down the Evil Digimon Kingdom. The series stars Tarou Nantamanuki as Daniel Kakaku/Priceman and Mitsumi "Tasuke" Akihiko As Creselian/WarGreyGirl. Started August 19, 2015. Ginga TV plans to carry the series all the way through to Twin Monster Masters, Due to a lawsuit brought about by Toei, TPCi, and an anonymous person against Super Pokémon TV(once known as, and now known as once again, Cartoon Game Show Network (CTGSN), the series has been pulled and cancelled.
  • Super Pichu Bros. Super Show: An import of 150, 11-minute episodes (Totaling 75 episodes) based off an old film.
  • Wildwood Warriors: Priceman Legends: It has recently started airing in a far off land as of July 17, 2016, Fezi TV won the rights to air it in Japan and North America, With first airing On Fezi TV beginning in Spring 2017.

Movies

Live Action

  • Love Now, Love Forever: A spinoff of Love Today, Love Tomorrow, Love Now.
  • TOKYO MELTDOWN A futuristic cyber punk magical girl series. Starring Misaka Shinohara as Justice Pink and Aya Mirano as Idol Megumi.
  • TOKYO MELTDOWN 2 - The Risening: Sequel to TOKYO MELTDOWN. Along with the returning cast, Chieko Kawamizu is playing Tantric Tenkiko.
  • Run Run Typhoon: Great Ninja Rebellion: First movie adaption of the Run Run Typhoon series. Is currently in early state of being filmed.
  • Revolutionary Girl Utena: Adolescence Apocalypse: Brought on by a fever dream, Kunihiko Ikuhara brings to life his version of the Revolutionary Girl Utena reality show created by Akio Ohtori. In this version, the characters are overly sexualized, beautified, and the setting is crazy amazing. Utena wants to become a Prince!

Animation

  • Momo the Movie: A movie based on the megahit children's anime Ducky Momo.


Comics

Manga

  • Sailor Q: One shot manga about Sailor Quinox published during her early years in Japan. Created by Mei Hanai and incredibly obscure.
  • Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Sol: The manga continuation of Sailor Sol's story, picking up with the warrior princess and her knight moving to Japan to face an evil crime collective.
  • Aurora Wedding: An action, romantic, comedy series about 10 sisters working in a Bridal Shop during the day, and becoming revolutionary warriors at night as they try to find their one true loves to marry. Created by famed mangaka Marie. ((As seen in Codename: Sailor V.))
  • (New) Salior Q: Continuing manga about the original Sailor Q, which covers the Necros incident and then followed by original adventures. Created by Kotori Azuki. Currently running in Hikari Shojo Magazine.

Western

  • Sailor Sol: The original run of Sailor Sol's adventures in the New York City-area, published by Marvel Comics! The rights and license would later move to Kodansha when she became active in Japan, with Marvel publishing English-translate collections and eventually doing their own limited runs and one-shots to expand on the story.

Radio

  • Midnight Melody: Late night radio program which mainly focuses on jazz music and will often feature local guests. Hosts have never been seen. Runs every weekday from 12 am to 2 am.
  • Hiro no Arashi: Late night radio drama which plays from 2 am to 3 am on Mondays. The radio program revolves around Hiro Toshino, a young man who moves back to the island that his family originated from. It is currently on it's third year of programming.
  • Tech Rainbow: Radio program focused on the latest technology and science. Runs Fridays from 4 to 4:30 pm.
  • Remember this Story: Weekly drama series which adapts various genres of literature into half hour programs. Runs every day from 3 pm to 3:30 pm.

Bands/Musical Artists

  • Red Light District: A four person, all female band. Visual kei, hard rock, heavy metal style.
  • The Hex Girls: A 3 person, all female group. Pop rock with a mix of gothic rock.
  • StarStruck LoveBeam: A 12 person, all female idol group. Very bubblegum Japanese pop.
  • Trapnest: A 4 person band, 1 female, 3 male. Japanese rock, some pop, soulful female lead singer.
  • BLAST: A 4 person band, 1 female, 3 male. Hard Japanese rock.
  • Apple Musume。: An ever-changing idol group based in New York City and part of the idol collective Hello!Project.
  • DISCOTHEQUE: A rock band formed by idols from Hello!Project, combining rock instrumentals with idol sensibilities and appeal.