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Professor Layton TV series reportedly in the works

Posted on October 3, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News

According to the latest issue of Total Licensing, a television series based on Professor Layton is in the works. Only a couple of details are known thus far. Specifically, it’s planned to have 26 episodes and will premiere in 2018.

That’s the only information present in the magazine. We’ll keep you updated as we learn more.


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  • Zaboomavuu

    2016 episodes?!

    The original article says 26, for those similarly curious.

    • Blake Good

      It’s been in the works since 2016; almost 2 years, is my guess.

  • Stuart

    Holy snap,2016 episodes?! This is almost 4 Simpsons and 200 Walking Deads lol

  • Reggie

    I would be utterly amazed if those 2016 episodes were all animated. But probably not.

  • Auragar

    lol uh… 2016 episodes? hahahah

  • Coonfoot

    Darn 2016 still ruining everything. Even articles.

  • Dylan W

    I like the idea of this. I hope it’ll be released in the U.S. I imagine it would either come to Cartoon Network or Disney XD.

  • Carlos

    Can’t wait to see it. I really enjoyed the movie they made a while back.

  • Blake Good

    Japan: Great anime based off video games like Yo-Kai Watch

    US: Crap based off quick cash grabs like The Emoji Movie, Teen Titans Go, and Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs: The Series

    • Cinema Crap

      Out of all the animes you chose to represent Japan, you went a kiddie show no one cares about.

      • ChuckyGuy98

        Yo-Kai Watch is one of those animes little kids in school would talk about, like Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh and I bet little kids don’t even talk about Yo-Kai Watch, you want to know why? Because it isn’t great and you chose that to represent Japan? Then again it is man child “03bgood we are talking about here.

        • Not even at an elementary school level, that’s the kind of show that I would watch with my four year old nephew. Thank god, he doesn’t know about it, he actually watches British cartoon’s for the most part, much more intelligent programming for children. Japan does have much better to offer than Yo-Kai-Watch, in the way of cinema and anime.