Real Adventures

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Ezekiel Rage - Development and History - International Promotion and Network Run
... Turner advertised Real Adventures as the "next evolution in children's programming.. ... Republic Premiera TV UK BBC 2 ... Ukraine Perkhid Media Group Venezuela Televen Turner aired Real Adventures seven nights a week on TBS, TNT, and Cartoon Network for an unprecedented twenty-one weekly showings ... Real Adventures premiered August 26, 1996, three months after a twenty-hour "Farewell Marathon" of original Quest ...
Ezekiel Rage
... The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest is an American animated action-adventure television series produced by Hanna-Barbera and broadcast on Cartoon ... Conceived in the early 1990s, Real Adventures suffered a long and troubled development ... While Lawrence's team crafted stories of real-world mystery and exploration, later writers used science fiction and paranormal plots ...
Ezekiel Rage - Critical Reception
... Real Adventures evoked critical comparisons to the original series ... Cinefantastique felt Real Adventures remained true to the classic show's formula, and praised the "impressive" cast ... recommended the show to "die-hard adult fans", affirming that Real Adventures maintained the violence and off-screen deaths of the old series, as even the opening titles featured "exp ...
Ezekiel Rage - Marketing
... launched a massive marketing campaign to promote Real Adventures, intending to reach 80% of American children aged six to eleven ... Complementing the show's educational, real-world premise, the site hosted links to academic, archaeological, and exploratory websites ... CD-ROM game Western Graphics Posters Zebco Fishing Adventure Kit Turner marketed Real Adventures through a substantial diversity of products, considering its Quest ...

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