Special Transformers 30th Anniversary Marathon Featuring

“Transformer Rescue Bots,” “Transformers: The Animated Movie” and “Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Predacons Rising,” July 4

All New Episodes of “Kid President®: Declaration of Awesome,”

“Littlest Pet Shop” and “Transformers Rescue Bots,” Starting July 5

Feature Films “The Beautician and the Beast,” “Uncle Buck,” “The Mighty Ducks” and “Legally Blondes” Make Their Hub Network Debut


“Kid President: Declaration of Awesome” (Saturdays, 7–7:30 p.m. ET)

July 5 – “Kid President Made an Episode About Dreams”: Kid President wants to be a world-famous drummer, but needs to practice and gets advice from legendary musician Gene Simmons (KISS). He also dreams about giving a great pep talk, which becomes tough when the Word Police ban his power word. Guest starring Gene Simmons, Tripp Crosby and Tyler Stanton.

July 12 – “Kid President Made an Episode About Neighbors”: Kid President hosts “The Neighborhoodies,” an awards show celebrating good neighbors. In addition, Kid President collects earth items to send to the world’s space neighbors via satellite. Guest appearances by NBA star Jeremy Lin, the musical group “A Great Big World” and astronaut Ron Garan.

* Series runs weekly on Saturdays throughout the summer; upcoming episodes to be announced shortly.

Rating: TV-G

“Littlest Pet Shop” (Saturdays, 10:30–11 a.m. ET)

July 5 – “Tongue Tied”: Word gets out to the Downtown City pet population that Blythe can understand them. One morning the pet shop is besieged by those seeking her advice, including one little ferret that has Blythe doubting her own abilities.

July 12 – “What’s So Scary About the Jungle? Everything!”: Penny Ling is excited to meet Mrs. Twombly’s friend Tess Gregory, the host of a popular TV nature show. But the famous zoologist is mysteriously less-than-thrilled to meet Penny Ling, and Blythe and the pets are determined to figure out why.

July 19 – “Two Pets for Two Pests”: Blythe has to help convince the Biskits to keep a set of twin chinchillas they got just for one day, while Sunil tries to prove to Minka that he can paint as well as she can.

July 26 – “Feud for Thought”: When Brittany gets a higher grade on a test, she shuns Whittany and starts hanging out with Blythe and the other “smart kids.” At LPS, two quarrelling koalas split the pets into opposing camps.

Rating: TV-Y

“Transformers Rescue Bots” (Saturdays, 1:30–2 p.m. ET)

July 5 – “Movers and Shakers”: When rogue technology goes underground, the Rescue Team has to outwit and take down the terror lurking just beneath Griffin Rock’s soil.

July 12 – “Odd Bot Out”: Blades feels left out when Bumblebee, on a mission to Griffin Rock, partners up with Dani.

July 19 – “The Griffin Rock Express”: While the Rescue Team is kept busy renovating a train tunnel from the Mainland, a mysterious Superhero watches over Griffin Rock.

July 26 – “Double Villainy”: Griffin Rock’s most dastardly villains team up in a plan to kidnap the Rescue Bots and destroy the island.

Rating: TV-Y7


Friday, July 4

Transformers Marathon

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the legendary TRANSFORMERS franchise, the Hub Network will host a special marathon featuring the animated series “Transformers Rescue Bots,” “Transformers: The Animated Movie” and “Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Predacons Rising.”

11 a.m. – 4 p.m. ET: “Transformers Rescue Bots”
This animated series centers on a group of Autobots – Heatwave, Blades, Boulder and Chase – charged by Optimus Prime to protect and learn about humans on Griffin Rock, a technologically advanced island off the Eastern seaboard. Teamed with a human family of first responders including a firefighter, police chief, engineer and rescue pilot, they keep peace and safety in their new home. The series features an ensemble of voice talent including, LeVar Burton (“Star Trek: The Next Generation”), Lacey Chabert (“Party of Five”), Maurice LaMarche (“Futurama”), Jason Marsden (“Step by Step”) and Peter Cullen (“Transformers Prime”).

Rating: TV-Y7

4–6 p.m. ET: “Transformers: The Animated Movie”
While the Autobots and Decepticons are locked in a vicious battle, a colossal new force enters the universe and threatens the existence of every Transformer, both good and evil, in its quest to seize the Autobot Matrix of Leadership. The movie features an all-star cast, including Orson Welles (“Citizen Kane”), Eric Idle (“Monty Python and the Holy Grail”), Leonard Nimoy (“Star Trek”), Peter Cullen (“Transformers Prime”), Judd Nelson (“The Breakfast Club”), Robert Stack (“The Untouchables”) and Lionel Stander (“Hart to Hart”).

Rating: TV-PG

6–7:30 p.m. ET: “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. Meanwhile, this formidable enemy forces an unlikely alliance between the Autobots, Decepticons, Predaking and two new Predacons – a dragon-like new faction of TRANSFORMERS characters – who come together in an epic battle to help protect their newly restored planet. The movie stars the cast of “Transformers Prime,” including Will Friedle (“Boy Meets World”), Peter Cullen (“Transformers Prime”), Steve Blum (“Transformers Prime”), John Noble (“Fringe”), Peter Mensah (“300”), Frank Welker (“Scooby-Doo”) and Kevin Michael Richardson (“The Cleveland Show”).

Rating: TV-Y7, FV


The following feature films will make their Hub Network premiere this month:

Thursday, July 3

“The Beautician and the Beast” (8–10 p.m. ET)

A New York cosmetologist (Fran Drescher) mistakenly thought to be a science teacher is offered a job to teach the children of an Eastern European dictator (Timothy Dalton).

Rating: TV-PG

Saturday, July 5

“Uncle Buck” (8–10 p.m. ET)

John Candy stars as a fun-loving uncle who’s left in charge of his nephew and nieces during a family crisis and turns the household upside-down with his wild ways of handling suburban life.

Rating: TV-PG

Friday, July 11

“The Mighty Ducks” (7–9 p.m. ET)

Tough trial lawyer Gordon Bombay never loses. But when he’s slapped with community service, he must coach a ragtag team of pee wee hockey players who can’t skate, score, or win! Bombay soon realizes there are more important things than winning.

Rating: TV-PG

Friday, July 18

“Legally Blondes” (7–9 p.m. ET)

The youngest cousins of Elle Woods move to California from England and show the same spunk to defend themselves from prep school bullies.

Rating: TV-PG

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