Untitled Johnny Test film

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On March 12, 2012, Cookie Jar Entertainment has revealed that were discussions of a full-length animated TV movie based on Johnny Test, but it never ended up getting made.[1]

Plot

The plot is currently unknown.

Why It Was Cancelled

  1. Scott Fellows created the show along with TV producer David Straiton in 1996, but couldn't score a TV deal for it. Years later, Fellows got the show on TV anyway without crediting or paying Straiton, which led to Straiton suing him for fraud and accounting malfeasance which lead the show to be (briefly) cancelled in 2014 but was later announced for two new seasons and a 66- minute interactive Netflix special in 2020.
  2. Teen Titans Go! and The Amazing World of Gumball were capturing more of the network's attention and both shows got viewership numbers higher than Johnny Test late in its run.
  3. Scott Fellows moved on to create Supernoobs in 2015.
  4. Cookie Jar Entertainment was shut down in 2014 and merged into DHX Media (later known as WildBrain).

Result

  • A 66-minute interactive special is set for release in 2021 alongside two new seasons of the series for Netflix. (As mentioned earlier)

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