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Season 3 Episode 66-95 Broadcasted 1986
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The future setting of the movie continued on into the third season of the series, which debuted in September 1986 and ran to November of that year, picking up right where the movie's events had left off. With the addition of Flint Dille as story editor, the series took on a strong sci-fi orientation, with grimmer storylines and stronger inter-episode continuity that revisited concepts more regularly than past seasons. The visual look of the series took a hit, however, when fifty percent of the seasons episode were produced by Korean animation studio AKOM. The grim direction, different animation and new cast of characters ultimately failed to sit well with the viewing audience, who desired to see Optimus Prime return to life after his big-screen demise. The production team ultimately gave in to these demands, and Prime was brought back in a two-part denouement that aired in February 1987. A slightly different (but still the same) version of the theme song was the new intro for the season, first heard in the Transformers commercials


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