Nickelodeon's fleeting Rise of the Teenage Mutant Turtles might have gotten flack when it originally appeared, yet it before long found itself a crowd of people that has been exceptionally glad to sing the show's commendations for a really long time. Now that the most up to date cycle of the Turtles have handled their own film on Netflix, which likewise holds the total first season, it's been the ideal opportunity to discuss what the future might have held (and conceivably still does?) coming up for this new interpretation of Leo, Raph, Mikey, and Donnie.On Saturday, Rise fan Colin Stein held a Twitch stream of the movie that highlighted a few individuals from the show's creation team, including leader maker Ant Ward, character originator Bryce Collins, storyboard craftsman Laura Gille, and series chief JJ Conway. Past hearing the group examine what must be cut from the film for length or slick thoughts — there's a rendition of this film where April might have guided a mech variant of Raph that Donnie made, and the preamble initially highlighted the show's primary cast as more seasoned, fight tried legends in the Krang-controlled fate of New York — there was some conversation on things the team needed to do with the show before they learned it was finishing sooner than anticipated. The show's subsequent season had perceptibly a more limited episode count than the first, and there was bounty left on the cutting room floor, including an episode that would've been a farce of the Star Wars Holiday Special, all things considered. One plotline that must be cut altogether was the Turtles having different kin who Splinter neglected to save when he got away from the Hidden City of New York. One of these kin would've ended up in Baron Draxum's ownership, and the other would've been raised by the Hidden City's bug kingpin, Big Mama.In the first arrangement for season 2, it would have been uncovered that the turtles has MORE kin (two to be definite) and Splinter was simply ready to save 4, and indeed, this character was one of them pic.twitter.com/8wXYiBDKYu — Daily ROTTMNT Clips #saverottmnt (@enjoy_rottmnt) August 7, 2022Another loss from the shortened season was Karai, rethought in Rise as a precursor to the Turtles. The person was near being cut from whole season completely based on not having the option to give her any genuine person with a little small bunch of episodes. Indeed, even after Ward persuaded the team to keep Karai around, having her pass on to save the Turtles justifiably didn't feel perfect to a significant part of the staff. So the scholars decided to have her live on by moving her spirit into April. Prior to her demise, however, she would've had additional opportunity to enjoy with the Turtles on an individual basis.Had Rise came to prepare three, the Krang would've turned into the essential antagonists of that specific season, trailed by the Rat King in a speculative season four. Following the film, the show's tone would progressively change from ridiculous droll (said to be ordered by Nickeldeon) to a hazier tone, a space that the Rise film involves for the majority of its runtime through the Krang. Dissimilar to past manifestations, the Krang in Rise aren't played for snickers, and the group needed to get as far into body awfulness as they were permitted. Probably, the enduring Krang arrested would've filled in as that huge bad.The whole stream contains other fascinating chunks of data for fans to pore over, for example, how the Rise group expected to manage the Hidden City and the thoughts they had for the show's rendition of Casey Jones. Perhaps in an imminent future, we'll see this emphasis of the Turtles — sorry, the Mad Dogs — get another opportunity at life, as other energized superheroes have previously. Apparently, it seems like this show had a very sizable amount of gas left in the tank.Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie is out now on Netflix, and the show can be watched on Netflix or Paramount+.[H/T Rise of the TMNT Daily Clips] The post Rise Of The TMNT's Past And Future Plans Make Me Even More Sad The Show Is Over showed up first on Kotaku Australia.