First of all I want to say: Thank you! For all of your incredible messages of support and encouragement. We know you’ve been wondering if EP and ROTR were coming back. We are! On Monday!
We’ve had to trim our television production and focus on just making one new half hour a day instead of two for the time being. Reviews will continue to be a big part of EP Daily so you’ll be able to watch the best of what we produce in one new show every day.
This new season of EP represents a new beginning for our company and our properties. We’re excited to get going! We’re looking forward to enjoying all of the awesome videogames, movies, TV shows, comics, collectibles, events and more that 2015 has in store for us with you. Thank you for watching!
The Electric Playground Season 25 Premiere Date Announced For 2015
Videogame industry’s longest running news series returns to Canadian audiences Monday, February 23, 2015.
• Emmy Award-Winning EP Media produces EP Daily, the longest running Videogame, Entertainment and Consumer Electronics Show in the industry, filming previous 24 seasons over past 18 years.
• EP Daily will air on Rogers’ City and G4 Canada Networks beginning February 23rd
• Back by popular demand, new season of EP Daily to continue offering all episodes on Apple iTunes store for video podcast subscribers, absolutely free.
• US Viewers to receive confirmed Season 25 premiere date in 2 weeks time.
(Vancouver, BC, February 19, 2015) Victor Lucas, longtime host and creator of EP Daily confirmed today the return of EP Daily to Canadian airwaves on Rogers Media’s City and G4 Canada networks starting Monday, February 23rd. This marks the beginning of its 25th season on the air.
In 2015, EP Daily will be on the front lines of everything from E3 to San Diego Comic-Con; The Avengers: Age of Ultron to Star Wars: Episode VII; and Batman: Arkham Knight to The Legend of Zelda for the Wii U. Upcoming features include previews of the newest handheld and mobile titles, set visits to TV’s hottest shows, critiques on current movies, and EP’s always popular reviews of the latest videogames. EP Daily have exclusive interviews with the cast of “Game of Thrones,” hands-on reviews of Nintendo’s New 3DS XL and its brand new software, as well as interviews with the creators of sure-to-be-blockbusters like “Uncharted 4,” “Halo 5,” and “Star Wars Battlefront.”
“This is a milestone season for us and definitely one for the record books. To have achieved this level of longevity in a tough business is a testament to an industry on the rise again and the greatest fans we could ever ask for. This will be an absolutely incredible year for videogames and entertainment. We’re going to do some new and very exciting things this year to engage our audience like never before, so stay tuned!” – Victor Lucas, CEO and Founder of EP Media & EPN.tv
A staple across North American airwaves since 1997, EP Daily (aka The Electric Playground) is executive produced by host and show creator, Victor Lucas. The Emmy Award-winning production company EP Media Ltd., which is owned by Lucas and produces EP Daily, is program supplier to Rogers, Discovery, G4, Disney, Turner, Reelz, SCI FI Australia and many more broadcasters around the world. The series is being led by the cast and crew that have made it so beloved, including hosts and correspondents Scott Jones, Marissa Roberto and Jose Sanchez, producer Jason Margolis and post supervisor, Aaron Mooney.
ABOUT EP MEDIA:
EP Media Ltd is an Emmy Award-winning production company based in Vancouver with bureaus across North America. EP Media is known for its acclaimed daily entertainment television programming, EP Daily and Reviews on the Run, as well as its documentary division, Greedy Docs, one of the premiere providers of behind-the-scenes material in the videogame industry. Find out more about EP Media at www.EPN.tv
For more information contact: Zack Dumais, EP Media: email@example.com
So Reviews on the Run has been folded into EP Daily? Darn. Never watched EP as I don’t like to learn about a product before I get to experience it, but will watch the review segments.
On second thought, just sink.
That’s harsh. If you don’t have anything good to say don’t say anything at all.
If my original comment wasn’t deleted for using a PG-13 swear word then you’d see that I was actually showing sympathy toward EP for having to slim down the show.
I blame the continuous crap-churning industry for putting the middle man (EP) in a choke hold. I actually really enjoyed both EP shows. My hate is mostly aimed at the big 4 (Activision, Take-Two, EA, & Ubisoft) who have all the power & money in the world to change this industry for the better, but instead they decide to suck out it’s blood and release identical annual cookie-cutter games, get voted “Worst Company In America”, and warp the entire industry into a coin-operated pay-to-play microtransaction DLC fest. My hate for that will never die.
No more ROTR? Would it ever be possible to turn that into a web only segment?
Glad to see that it’s back if only in bite-sized form! I have a week of episodes to catch up on now, so let’s get busy…