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'''''D'Myna Leagues''''' was a Canadian animated series that premiered in September 2000 on YTV. The series revolved around a baseball team of birds known as the Mynas, who are frequently sabotaged by a fat cat named Radcliffe, who wants to demolish their baseball stadium and make it into an amusement park.
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'''''D'Myna Leagues''''' is a Canadian animated series produced by Studio B and distributed by Sony Pictures Television, which premiered between January 6, 2001, and May 18, 2002, on CTV.<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20011224130858/http://www.studiobproductions.com/whatsnew/dec5.htm CTV SWINGS FOR THE FENCES WITH "D'MYNA LEAGUES" A NEW 30-MINUTE, WEEKLY CHILDREN'S SERIES PREMIERING JANUARY 6] Retrieved 20 Oct '20.</ref> The series revolved around a baseball team of birds known as the Mynas, who are frequently sabotaged by a fat cat named Radcliffe, who wants to demolish their baseball stadium and make it into an amusement park.  
  
The first season of the show is widely available online and has also been partially released on DVD and Amazon Video.  
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The series ran for 26 half-hour episodes, broadcast over two seasons. The first season premiered on CTV between January 6 and March 31, 2001. Season 2 aired on the channel between February 23 and May 18, 2002.<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20020613120933/http://www.studiobproductions.com/whatsnew/7feb02.html BATTER UP! KIDS ANIMATION SERIES “D’MYNA LEAGUES” ON-DECK FOR SEASON 2, SATURDAYS BEGINNING FEB. 23 ON CTV] Retrieved 20 Oct '20.</ref> While the first season was released on home video and is available online, the later episodes suffer from limited availability, with no official release.
  
A second season was formally announced and believed to have aired on YTV in 2002, though it is unknown from what dates the series was aired. (IMDb lists the series as having ended in 2003, while TV.com lists some of the last season 2 episodes as having aired in 2005.)
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''D'Myna Leagues'' also aired on BBC Kids and YTV in Canada; The WB 100+ Station Group in the United States, Cadenatres in Mexico, RTL Klub in Hungary, and TV Nova in the Czech Republic. A few episodes played at Baltimore Orioles and Houston Astros baseball games during the 2003 and 2004 MLB seasons.<ref>[https://kidscreen.com/2004/02/01/mlb-20040201 MLB parks and Studio B warm up for a kid attendance home run] Retrieved 20 Oct '20.</ref>
  
No recordings of this second season have been found, nor have any of the episodes were released on home video, leading some to doubt that the second season was ever aired.
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YouTube user DangerousVHS has uploaded twelve episodes of Season 2 in Czech, as well as one in English.
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==Episode List==
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! style="background-color:lightblue" | Episode Title<ref group=Notes>In the broadcast logs submitted to the CRTC by CTV, the show's episode titles are not shared. Given the episode numbers listed, it appears the channel aired the second season out of production order. No episode guides, including the one from [http://web.archive.org/web/20050829210332/http://www.mynaleagues.com/show/episodeguide.lasso the series' official site], list "A Starling is Born" as the twenty-fifth episode, nor the fourth episode of season 2. It's therefore difficult to discern which episodes the other dates refer to.</ref>
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|14|| ||February 23, 2002
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|15|| ||March 2, 2002
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|16|| ||March 9, 2002
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|17|| ||April 20, 2002
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|18|| ||April 27, 2002
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|19|| ||March 16, 2002
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|20|| ||March 23, 2002
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|21|| ||April 13, 2002
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|22|| ||May 11, 2002
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|23|| ||May 18, 2002
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|24|| ||March 30, 2002
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|25|| A Starling is Born<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20020424052358/http://www.studiobproductions.com/whatsnew/3apr02.html ROD BLACK MAKES STAR APPEARANCE ON KIDS’ CARTOON] Retireved 20 Oct '20.</ref> ||April 6, 2002
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|26|| ||May 4, 2002
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==Gallery==
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  |description1 =The Season 2 episode "Showdown" in English.
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  |description2 =The Czech dub of the season 2 episode "The Aluminium Chef".
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  |description3 =The Czech dub of the season 2 episode "The Tribe Has Spoken".
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==Notes==
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
*[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4104936/ D'Myna Leagues (2000-2003) - IMDb]
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*[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4104936/ IMDb page on ''D'Myna Leagues''.] Retrieved 01 Aug '17
*[http://www.tv.com/shows/dmyna-leagues/episodes/ D'Myna Leagues - Episode Guide - TV.com]
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*[http://www.tv.com/shows/dmyna-leagues/episodes/ TV.com episode guide for ''D'Myna Leagues''.] Retrieved 01 Aug '17
*[https://www.awn.com/news/d-myna-leagues-deck-season-2 D'Myna Leagues On Deck For Season 2 | Animation World Network]
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D'Myna Leagues.jpg

The show's logo.

Status: Partially Found

D'Myna Leagues is a Canadian animated series produced by Studio B and distributed by Sony Pictures Television, which premiered between January 6, 2001, and May 18, 2002, on CTV.[1] The series revolved around a baseball team of birds known as the Mynas, who are frequently sabotaged by a fat cat named Radcliffe, who wants to demolish their baseball stadium and make it into an amusement park.

The series ran for 26 half-hour episodes, broadcast over two seasons. The first season premiered on CTV between January 6 and March 31, 2001. Season 2 aired on the channel between February 23 and May 18, 2002.[2] While the first season was released on home video and is available online, the later episodes suffer from limited availability, with no official release.

D'Myna Leagues also aired on BBC Kids and YTV in Canada; The WB 100+ Station Group in the United States, Cadenatres in Mexico, RTL Klub in Hungary, and TV Nova in the Czech Republic. A few episodes played at Baltimore Orioles and Houston Astros baseball games during the 2003 and 2004 MLB seasons.[3]

YouTube user DangerousVHS has uploaded twelve episodes of Season 2 in Czech, as well as one in English.

Episode List[edit | edit source]

# Episode Title[Notes 1] Air Date
14 February 23, 2002
15 March 2, 2002
16 March 9, 2002
17 April 20, 2002
18 April 27, 2002
19 March 16, 2002
20 March 23, 2002
21 April 13, 2002
22 May 11, 2002
23 May 18, 2002
24 March 30, 2002
25 A Starling is Born[4] April 6, 2002
26 May 4, 2002

Gallery[edit | edit source]

The Season 2 episode "Showdown" in English.
The Czech dub of the season 2 episode "The Aluminium Chef".
The Czech dub of the season 2 episode "The Tribe Has Spoken".


Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. In the broadcast logs submitted to the CRTC by CTV, the show's episode titles are not shared. Given the episode numbers listed, it appears the channel aired the second season out of production order. No episode guides, including the one from the series' official site, list "A Starling is Born" as the twenty-fifth episode, nor the fourth episode of season 2. It's therefore difficult to discern which episodes the other dates refer to.

External Links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]