Excuse me, but from the looks of it, whenever I write the page for certain episodes of Garfield and Friends, they're not properly added to the index, meaning the title is red instead of blue, indicating the page doesn't exist. Since you're an admin, I figured you could help with this. The index has the following problems for the following episode links.
-The Cartoon Cat Conspiracy (Cartoon and Cat are swapped)
-Next Door Nuisance (there's a hyphen between Next and Door)
-Holiday Happening (Holiday has an "s" at the end)
I believe only admins can fix this, and since I'm not an admin here, I was wondering if you could fix that. If non-admins can fix it, can you show and tell me how?
I'd like to inform you that ILOVEGARFIELDTHEMOST has vandalised the Create With Garfield page. He has a three day ban for using derogatory and racist language. Should we prolong his ban or leave it the way it is?
We've got a new vandal by the name of Cyrus1228 who has only vandalised one page so far (which is now fixed). I've blocked them for a week to decide the real time. I'd like to ask you what you think should be the ban time.
Looking at the schedule, it appears that you're right. It's certainly unfortunate. We'll have to wait and see if TGS starts airing somewhere else, but this probably isn't a good sign for the future of the show.
It left South Africa a few months ago and has made no sign of returning. It should be 8-9 months, maybe less since. I remember that after airing season four, it started to air again and it was taken off at almost the end of season 3.
There's still the possibility of the show returning at some point in the near future (i.e. early spring).
Although I don't have Boomerang, this is one reason I'd prefer for Dargaud Media to go full out on home video (or digital or streaming services, for that matter). Preferably full season or at least volumes with a sizable fraction of a season (which may be helpful for the fourth and fifth seasons). After all, the latest DVD was released two years ago.
To bring up Mark Evanier, "it's not in danger if Boomerang cancels it, which they probably won't do because the ratings are quite good." and "it has very little to do with any one channel except for France 3."
Although, this recent article quotes Jim Davis as saying that they're working on a new series. It has yet to be picked up, though, so who knows right now?
Edit: since TGS will likely do one-off specials instead of conventional seasons, if Rodent Rebellion is any indication, for potential future seasons...then perhaps that won't interfere with a new series, like the one being planned. Meaning that both series could feasibly run at the same time, at least for a while.