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Animax kicks off new programming band – ‘Wacky Thursdays’

08-September-2007
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Animax kicks off new programming band – ‘Wacky Thursdays’

Animax, the youth animated channel has announced the premiere of two new shows – ‘Magikano’ and ‘God(?) Save Our King!’ – as part of their new programming band, Themed Nights, called ‘Wacky Thursdays’.

Every weekday, Animax has a unique Theme Night dedicated to titles conforming to the theme du jour.

An official communiqué stated, “The first premiere kickstarted on September 6 with the whimsical fantasy-adventure packed with outrageously quirky humour – ‘God (?) Save Our King!’ at 10:00 pm. The wackiness will continue unabated at 11 pm on Animax with the premiere of ‘Magikano’.”

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