Sym-Bionic Titan (lost production material of cancelled Cartoon Network animated series episodes; early 2010s)

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Status: Lost

Sym-Bionic Titan is an animated series created by Genndy Tartakovsky that ran on Cartoon Network from 2010-2011. The series about 2 teenaged aliens a princess name Ilana and her protectors, a soldier name Lance, and a robot name Octus where they escape their home planet, being taken over by General Modula, to earth. Disguised as humans, the 3 attend a high school to blend in to their surroundings to help hide Ilana from Modula. When the 3 characters combine their power they become a giant mecha robot called Sym-Bionic Titan.

Cancellation

In 2011, Cartoon Network announced that Sym-Bionic Titan will be cancelled due to lack of merchandise potential regarding the show.[1] In 2012, the show ended up re-airing on the network's Adult Swim block for a few months and again in 2014. In a 2012 Reddit AMA, a fan ask Tartakovsky if there were more episodes planned for the series to which he replied:

"YES!! We wrote 10 more episodes for Sym-Bionic TITAN that were better than the first 20. It was tragic for me to not have a chance to do that."[2]

After his confirmation, no scripts or any other material of those cancelled episodes had resurfaced. It is currently unknown if Tartakovsky still has the scripts for them. In 2014 the show was written off alongside the network's other show Beware the Batman.[3]

Cancelled Episode List

# Episode Title Description Status
1 Unknown Lost
2 Unknown Lost
3 Unknown Lost
4 Unknown Lost
5 Unknown Lost
6 Unknown Lost
7 Unknown Lost
8 Unknown Lost
9 Unknown Lost
10 Unknown Lost

Possible Revival

In 2017, after Samari Jack's revival wrapped up production, Tartakovsky expressed interest in also reviving the show to give it a proper ending. In 2023 he then renewed his interest in reviving the show.[4]

Gallery

Images

Videos

LSuperSonicQ's video on Sym-Bionic Titan that mentions the cancelled episodes.

See Also

Anthology and Short Series

Audio

Bumpers and Interstitials

Pilots

Live-Action

Other Cartoon Network Series

External Links

References