UPDATE: For one reason or another, the videos have got "private". Sooo... yeah. We'll see what happens.
It looks like Mega Man: Fully Charged is, at last, freeing itself from the shackles of Cartoon Network. As of a couple weeks ago, full-length episodes of the show have begun appearing on the official Mega Man: Fully Charged YouTube channel. They've posted six episodes so far with more to come each weekend. They're region free, too! Check em out:
- Episode 27 & Episode 28 – A Guided Cage | To Air is Robot
- Episode 29 & Episode 30 – Watt's Happening?! | Chill Out, Bruh
- Episode 31 & Episode 32 – Big Bad Dreams | License to Drill
It beats me why they've chosen to not start at episode 1. But, hey, at least we're starting somewhere. By putting Fully Charged on YouTube, WildBrain (formerly DHX Media) are giving the show a chance at finding a larger audience. Fully Charged suffered a fate that's all too common on Cartoon Network: they schedule a non-CN Studios show at a "dead" timeslot, choose not to advertise it, then "gate" it behind cable-subscriber-only VOD and on-demand services. Today, though, we can all watch it.
If you haven't seen an episode of Fully Charged, well, it sounds like this is the way to go.
Source: Mega Man: Fully Charged