via press release:
THE HUB NETWORK WILL HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE WORLD PREMIERE OF HASBRO STUDIO’S ACTION-PACKED ORIGINAL MOVIE
“TRANFORMERS PRIME BEAST HUNTERS PREDACONS RISING,”
The Feature Film Serves as an Epilogue to
The Popular Hub Network Series,
“Transformers Prime Beast Hunters”
LOS ANGELES — The Hub Network, a destination for kids and their families, will have the exclusive world premiere of the Hasbro Studios’ feature film, “Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Predacons Rising,” on Friday, October 4 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, with an encore at 10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT. This epilogue to the popular Hub Network series, “Transformers Prime Beast Hunters,” takes viewers on a cinematic adventure with a captivating storyline and unforgettable characters and features amazing CG animation. In the “Transformers Prime Beast Hunters” series a fearsome new faction, the dragon-like PREDACONS, emerged on Earth and the AUTOBOTS adapted with never before seen BEAST HUNTERS abilities to battle this all new enemy led by the spectacular PREDAKING character.
In “Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Predacons Rising,” a resurrected UNICRON has taken over the now empty body of MEGATRON to seek vengeance on the AUTOBOTS and ultimately, the destruction of CYBERTRON. This formidable enemy forces an unlikely alliance between the AUTOBOTS, DECEPTICONS, PREDAKING and two new PREDACONS, who come together in an epic battle to help protect their newly restored planet.
“Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Predacons Rising” is executive produced by Roberto Orci (“Star Trek Into Darkness”), Alex Kurtzman (“Star Trek Into Darkness”), Jeff Kline (“Men in Black: The Animated Series”) and stars Michael Ironside (“Ultra Magnus”). It also stars the cast of “Transformers Prime,” including Will Friedle (“Bumblebee”), Peter Cullen (“Optimus Prime”), Steve Blum (“Starscream”), Nolan North (“Smokescreen”), John Noble (“Unicron”), Peter Mensa (“Predaking”), Frank Welker (“Megatron”), Jeffrey Combs (“Ratchet”), Kevin Michael Richardson (“Bulkhead”) and Sumalee Montano (“Arcee”).
“Transformers Prime” ran on the Hub Network for three seasons, the last season of which was titled “Transformers Prime Beast Hunters.” The Hub Network aired the series finale of “Transformers Prime” on Friday, July 26.