Netflix: Acquire The Streaming Rights To Revive The Original Code Lyoko Series

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Code Lyoko is the only cartoon we know that features both 2D and 3D animations, and it's one of the best and underrated childhood shows on television, when the airing of the series ran for ninety-seven episodes from September 3rd, 2003 (Premiered in the US on April 19th, 2004) to November 10th, 2007. The series also became the highest rated shows in France (via Canal J), Spain, Italy, Finland, and the United Kingdom in addition to being ranked #3 on Cartoon Network's best performing show back in 2006.

For those of us who remember the time when we first watched Code Lyoko as a childhood, we noticed that nothing new has happened to our favorite show since it last aired. At the time between seasons two through four, many of us were willing to buy the Code Lyoko license, but this never ended when the last seven episodes of the original CL were sent straight to online because of a "trade dispute." So, Cartoon Network decided to pull Code Lyoko off from the cable channel to make room to air newer shows. Even though the show had to end without a cliffhanger, it still has a lot of potential with William helping the Lyoko Warriors and the lore of the series, including Franz Hopper and Project Carthage.

After the series has ended on Cartoon Network, many us thought that the series would get a continuation, when the MoonScoop Group’s Facebook account has announced that the show would return for the fifth season, due to a large dedicated fanbase. Unfortunately, we were trick into having an incomplete sequel reboot, known as Code Lyoko: Evolution, which replaces 2D cartoon with live-action for the real world. Because of this surprise, the reason why it flopped is that the Evolution writers have never watched the original series. Eventually, Moonscoop couldn't be able to make another season of the sequel after the company went bankrupt, which led to Mediatoon picking up the rights of the franchise.

Since Mediatoon has owned the Code Lyoko license as a distributor, all we need is to have a worldwide streaming service to acquire the streaming rights for a proper continuation with future seasons and episodes of the original series with the classic material of 2D and 3D animations. The real fifth season shall be made by the writers and voice actors who watched and respected the original series to give the development and treatment to both the existing main (e.g., Jeremy, William) and supporting/background characters (e.g., Jim, Milly, Tamiya, and Patrick) who have given that we already have their first and last names. We believe that Netflix is the best chance to finish the series as a complete overhaul, including the unanswered questions that should get resolved.

This dedicated petition is an effort to make the real Season 5 of the original Code Lyoko series to get the final answers that we deserve for not only the today's generation of kids but to those of us who are now teenagers and younger adults.

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