THE HUB NETWORK’S March 2014 Programming Highlights

Season Two of “Transformers Rescue Bots” Starts March 1
Mid-Season Returns of “Spooksville,” March 8 and
“Sabrina Secrets of a Teenage Witch,” March 15
‘90s Hit Series “Sister, Sister” Makes Its Network Debut, March 3
“Superman II,” “R.L. Stine: Mostly Ghostly” and “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: Don’t Think About It” Added to Family Movie Lineup

My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic” (Saturdays, 10:30–11 a.m. ET)
March 1 – “It Ain’t Easy Being Breezies”: When tiny, magical creatures called Breezies get into trouble while making their migration home, Fluttershy swoops in to save them.  She soon finds herself tending to their every need, and her kindness may turn out to be more harmful than helpful.

March 8 – “Somepony to Watch Over Me”: Apple Bloom gets the chance to stay home alone for the day, but a series of unfortunate accidents causes Applejack to regret her decision. Apple Bloom must find a way to prove to her sister that she doesn’t need her to constantly watch over her.

March 15 – “Maud Pie”: Pinkie Pie’s sister Maud is coming to Ponyville, and Pinkie can’t wait for her friends and sister to meet and become best friends. But when it turns out that Maud is very different than was described, the girls find bonding with her a challenge.

March 22 – “For Whom the Sweetie Belle Toils”: When Sweetie Belle becomes angry with Rarity for stealing her spotlight, she deliberately sabotages a costume for one of Rarity’s most elite clients. Later that night, Sweetie Belle is paid a visit by Luna in her dreams.

March 29 – “Leap of Faith”: The Flim Flam Brothers’ cure-all tonic promises Ponyville citizens a chance to be rid of their ailments. Applejack has her doubts about the merits of the tonic, until Granny Smith begins taking it and appears to be cured of all her aches and pains. 
Rating: TV-Y

Littlest Pet Shop” (Saturdays, 11:30 a.m.–noon ET)
March 1 – “Inside Job”: Blythe, intent on bringing back the school’s former and superior bottled water, runs for class president against the Biskits while the pets suffer escalating annoyance from a mysterious buzzing noise from somewhere in the shop.

March 8 – “Plane it on Rio!”: Blythe and the pets compete in the Carnival parade in Rio, but an old nemesis shows up as well, determined to defeat them. Meanwhile Blythe and Minka tour the jungle and meet some local pets.

March 15 – “Littlest Bigfoot”: Bigfoot fanatic Roger Baxter buys a camper trailer and takes Blythe and the pets on a camping trip. The pets worry about Penny Ling’s whereabouts while Blythe discovers the Biskit twins and their father are camped nearby and destroying the forest.

March 22 – “Sunil’s Sick Day”: When Sunil and Vinnie have a falling out, it’s up to Blythe and Russell to figure out how to get these two best pals back together again.

March 29 – “The Hedgehog in The Plastic Bubble”: Worried that he might be causing accidents with his quills, Russell tries isolating himself from the other pets. Meanwhile, Blythe quarantines herself to protect everyone from a potential rare sickness.
Rating: TV-Y

Transformers Rescue Bots” (Saturdays, 1:30–2 p.m. ET)
March 1 – (Season 2 Premiere, Special Time: 1 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. ET)
“Road Trip”: With the Rescue Bots’ secret now known to Frankie and Doc, Cody has to deal with a new family dynamic, as well as an unpredictable teleportation device.
“Sky Forest”: Frankie’s contest entry not only threatens her friendship with Cody and the Bots, but the safety of the entire island.

March 8 – “One for the Ages”: Experimental technology turns Cody into a grown-up, affecting his standing in the family and on the rescue team.

March 15 – “Tip of the Iceberg”: A mysterious iceberg off the coast of Griffin Rock brings both danger and the interest of an old nemesis.

March 22 – “Spellbound”: When the Bots and the Burnses fall into mysterious mind-controlled trances, Cody must find a way to wake them before he too is affected.

March 29 – “A Virtual Disaster”: When virtual reality becomes actual reality, Heatwave learns that Blades has what it takes to be a true hero.
Rating: TV-Y7

Spooksville” (Saturdays, 5:30–6 p.m. ET)
March 8 – (Special Premiere Time: 5 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. ET)
“Shell Shock”: While Sally goes along with her parents to the exclusive Springville Yacht Club, she witnesses the disappearance of a teenaged boy at the claw of Spooksville’s latest supernatural terror – a giant mutant crab pirate!

March 15 – “Flowers of Evil”: Sally is none too thrilled when Ann transfers to Lizzie Borden High, but they must put aside their differences to overcome a blood-sucking plant from another dimension whose pollen puts the entire town, including Adam and Watch, under its evil control.

March 22 – “Phone Fear”: A group of Lizzie Borden High students get stranded in an abandoned logging camp where they encounter a mysterious lethal fog, which engulfs the students and causes them to begin to disappear, one by one.

March 29 – “Critical Care”: After surgery, Watch’s newly removed tonsils come to life. Adam and Sally help their friend hunt down his mysteriously reanimated organs before they attack other patients -- and wind up in the wrong hands.
Rating: TV-PG

Sabrina Secret of a Teenage Witch” (Saturdays, 12–12:30 p.m. ET)
March 15 – “Sabrina The Troll Princess”: After her memory is erased by a “mind-wipe raven,” Sabrina is captured by the trolls, who convince her that she is actually a troll princess – Princess Witch-Basher.

March 22 – “Baby-Witching”: Sabrina volunteers to baby-sit Jessie’s two-year-old cousin, Max, and then realizes that she knows nothing about how to be a baby-sitter.

March 29 – “Night Pests”: When Sabrina realizes that she and her human world friends have been having the same nightmare, she learns that the creature of her dreams is a “Nocturnabeast” that lives in Witch World and feeds off of the fears of humans.
Rating: TV-Y7, FV

Monday, March 3
Sister, Sister” (Monday – Friday, 7 and 7:30 p.m. ET)
Separated at birth, identical twins Tia Landry and Tamera Campbell (Tia & Tamera Mowry) reunite as teenagers and live under one roof with their adoptive parents. Together, this unconventional blended family is learning lessons in life, laughter and love. Rating: TV-PG

Friday, March 7
“Tia and Tamera-Thon” (7 p.m.–midnight ET)
Tune-in to watch a special marathon of 10 fun-filled episodes from the popular 90’s series “Sister, Sister.”
  • “Love Strikes”: (7–7:30 p.m.)
  • “Wedding Bells & Box Boys”: (7:30–8 p.m.)
  • “Dream Lover”: (8–8:30 p.m.)
  • “History a la Carte”: (8:30–9 p.m.)
  • “Thanksgiving in Hawaii – Part 1”: (9–9:30 p.m.)
  • “Thanksgiving in Hawaii – Part 2”: (9:30–10 p.m.)
  • “When a Man Loves Two Women”: (10–10:30 p.m.)
  • “Slime Party”: (10:30–11 p.m.)
  • “Graduation”: (11–11:30 p.m.)
  • “Father’s Day”: (11:30 p.m.–midnight)
Rating: TV-PG

Monday, March 10 – Sunday, March 16
“Awkward Family Photos” Week will feature special themed content from the popular book Awkward Family Photos and hit website that will air within Hub Network’s Family Movies starting at 8 p.m. ET. The schedule will include:
Rating: Varies by movie

Secret Millionaires Club” (Sunday, March 16, 8:30–9 a.m. ET)
“Get a Clue, Dude”: During their visit to a famous robotics museum, the SMC gang discovers items are disappearing. It is up to Radley and Jones to find the culprit while the kids try to help the museum attract more visitors. Rating: TV-Y7

Monday, March 17
“Lucky’s Good Luck St. Patrick’s Day” Marathon (2–5:30 p.m.)
A special marathon of seven back-to-back episodes of the animated series “Pound Puppies.”
  • “I Never Barked For My Father”: (2–2:30 p.m.)
  • “Lucky Gets Adopted”: (2:30–3 p.m.)
  • “Barlow”: (3–3:30 p.m.)
  • “The Pups Who Loved Me”: (3:30–4 p.m.)
  • “All Bark and Little Bite”: (4–4:30 p.m.)
  • “Lucky the Dunce”: (4:30–5 p.m.)
  • “Lucky Has to Move”: (5–5:30 p.m.)
Rating: TV-Y

Monday, March 24 – Sunday, March 30
“Spring Cleaning” Movie Week will feature a week of Hub Family Movies all about getting ready for spring by getting rid of the old, and ushering in the new. Starting at 8 p.m. ET, the schedule will include:
Rating: Varies by movie

The following acquired feature films will make their Hub Network premieres this month.

Saturday, March 8
R.L. Stine: Mostly Ghostly” (3–5 p.m. ET)
Two young ghosts and an 11-year-old magician battle a wicked ghoul in this haunted adventure filled with thrills, chills and hilarious spills. Starring Madison Pettis and Ali Lohan. Rating: TV-PG

From the creator of Goosebumps comes a spooky adventure tale about a 13-year-old Goth girl (Emily Osment) who ignores the warning in a mysterious book and unleashes an evil creature. Rating: TV-PG

Monday, March 17
Superman II” (8–11 p.m. ET)
Christopher Reeve, Gene Hackman, and Margot Kidder return in this blockbuster sequel. On the verge of giving up his powers for love, Superman is confronted by three super-criminals, who challenge him to a cosmic battle for world supremacy. Rating: Rating: TV-PG


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