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Vision
New Vision Logo
Launched November 17, 2004
Owned by Typewriter Productions
Viacom
Picture format SDTV (4:3), HDTV (16:9)
Slogan "Sit on your rear and grab a beer, because this is Vision."
Country United States
Language English
Broadcast area North America
Affiliates RaGE Media Group
Xescti Animation
Website us.vision.tv

 Vision is an American basic cable and satellite television channel founded and controlled by TechKon and co-controlled by Chaossy, specializing in the RaGE-Typewriter division. The channel is owned by Viacom International Media Networks and programmed by Typewriter Productions, along with the RaGE-Typewriter division of RaGE Media Group mainly controlling the anime and film division. The programming is centered mainly around animated adult television series, anime, and movies. See the official and current schedule for Vision on this spreadsheet.

Rating System

Usually, only TV-PG and up is used. Anything under that rating is uncommon, except for programming on Rising Sun. When Vision proposed this system in early 2012, the Nickelodeon network wasn't so sure. They thought about it, and finally allowed Vision to use it in mid-2012. Other networks have actually thought about switching to this system, since it is more in-detail.

  • TV-E: For all ages. Mostly only used for educational shows for preschoolers and below. No subratings used.
  • TV-PE: For all ages, but may or may not interest children. Stands for "Possibly Everyone". No subratings allowed. It is the equivalent of TV-G.
  • TV-E5: For ages 5 and up, only allows the V subrating for very mild, fantasy, and not-so-scary violence.
  • TV-E8: For ages 8 and up, only allows the V subrating for mild violence.
  • TV-PG: Parental guidance suggested. Allows all subratings that can be moderate.
  • TV-13: For ages 13 and up. Allows all subratings that can be intense.
  • TV-15: For ages 15 and up. Allows all subratings that can be very intense.
  • TV-MA: Intended for adults, all subratings are allowed, and can be graphic or extreme.

Subratings

  • A: Stands for discrimination or offensive themes.
  • D: Stands for suggestive dialogue. Not used in TV-MA.
  • L: Stands for bad language.
  • S: Stands for sexual situations.
  • U: Stands for drug use.
  • V: Stands for violence.

What they mean

  • TV-E5
    • V: Very mild and fantasy violence
  • TV-E8
    • V: Mild violence
  • TV-PG
    • A: Slightly offensive themes
    • D: Mildly suggestive dialogue
    • L: Infrequent mild language
    • S: Mild and brief sexual situations
    • U: Mild drug use or drug references
    • V: Moderate violence
  • TV-13
    • A: Implied mildly discriminatory and offensive references or language
    • D: Intensely suggestive dialogue
    • L: Strong language
    • S: Intense and brief sexual situations
    • U: Strong drug use
    • V: Intense and mildly bloody violence
  • TV-15
    • A: Implied intensely discrimatory themes, language, or references
    • D: Very strong dialogue
    • L: Very strong and intense language
    • S: Possibly brief and strong sexual situations or brief nudity with little sexual context
    • U: Intense drug abuse
    • V: Very intense and moderately bloody violence
  • TV-MA
    • A: Directed extremely discriminatory language or themes
    • L: Graphic, crude, and vulgar language
    • S: Uncensored nudity or strong sexual activity (usually brief)
    • U: Extreme and obscene drug abuse
    • V: Graphic or extremely bloody violence

Gallery

Subratings

TV-MA

Blocks

  • Cartoon Throwback: This block airs classic Nick and Cartoon Network shows from the 90's and early 00's. It's not necesarily aimed at kids, but as more of a throwback and nostalgia trip to the golden age of cartoons for young adults who remember them. It lasts from 5 AM to 11 AM EST on normal days, but lasts only from 5 to 7 AM EST on Saturdays to make room for Rising Sun.
  • Sitcom Sit-down: This block airs programs appropriate for daytime airing, around a TV-PG to low TV-15 rating. It lasts from 11 AM to 6 PM EST every day.
  • Raunchy Classics: A block that airs programs with a high TV-13 to TV-15-DLSV ratings. These programs aired are usually earlier episodes of long-running classics with the aforementioned TV rating, such as South Park, Family Guy, etc. It lasts from 6 to 11 PM EST.
  • Late Night: This block will normally only air programs that have ratings of TV-15-DLSV up to TV-MA-ALSUV. This block airs from 10 PM to 3 AM EST everyday except for Saturday (Sundown).
  • Uncut Hell: The title says it all. This 2-hour block from 3 to 5 AM EST every night,  shows only uncut/uncensored programs, excluding some sexual content. Only TV-MA programs are aired.
  • Rising Sun: Rising Sun is a Saturday morning action block from 7 to 11 AM EST that focuses on syndicated action programming, mostly Japanese anime. You can find the lineup here.
  • Sundown: Sundown is an Saturday night block from 10 PM to 3 AM EST that focuses on cult classic films, anime films, and anime premieres. You can find the lineup here.

International channels

Vision Canada

Vision Canada was launched in 2013 and featured mostly Canadian shows and Vision original series. In mid 2014, the channel started to acquire more comedy shows and mystery programming. In 2016, RaGE Media took control of the programming, while the channel is still owned by Typewriter.

Programming

Acquired Programming

  • Family Guy (TV-13 to TV-15-ADLUV)
  • American Dad! (TV-13 to TV-15-ADLUV)
  • Robot Chicken (TV-MA)
  • Archer (TV-MA-LSUV)
  • Wonder Showzen (TV-MA)
  • Bob's Burgers (TV-PG-DL to TV-13-DLU)
  • King of the Hill (TV-PG-DL)
  • The Simpsons (TV-PG-ADLSUV to TV-13)
  • China, IL (TV-15-DL)
  • South Park (TV-13-L to TV-MA-LSV)
  • Futurama (TV-13 to TV-13-V)
  • The Boondocks (TV-MA-L)
  • Kitchen (TV-15-ADLSUV to TV-MA-ALSUV)
  • Beavis and Butt-Head
  • Dexter's Laboratory (TV-E8 to TV-PG)
  • Rocko's Modern Life
  • Johnny Bravo
  • Ren and Stimpy
  • Courage the Cowardly Dog
  • The Powerpuff Girls
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy

Original Programming

Special Events, Marathons, Holidays, etc.

  • Vision Throwback Day Screen Bug

    A screen bug of Throwback Day during old episodes of CircleCity

    Throwback Day: To celebrate Vision's tenth anniversary on November 17, 2014, Vision had a "throwback" day, bringing back their old look and logo from 2004, and airing the original classic shows from when it first started.
  • Independence Day: Every year on the fourth of July, Many Independence Day-themed episodes of many shows on Vision are aired.
  • Thanksgiving Day: Every year on Thanksgiving Day, Vision celebrates with a marathon of a voted show that airs from 8 PM to midnight. In 2013, the chosen show was StickWar. In 2012, it was King of the Hill. On the Vision website, there is a poll to vote for which show for the Thanksgiving marathon will be chosen. The poll has 5 choices. You are allowed to change your vote. Also, from 5 PM to 8 PM, non-stop Thanksgiving-themed episodes are shown. The shows chosen for the marathons in recent years are listed below:
    • 2011: South Park
    • 2012: King of the Hill
    • 2013: StickWar
    • 2014: CircleCity
    • 2015: American Dad!
    • 2016: Commanding Officers
  • Merry Vismas: Every year, Christmas is celebrated on Vision with many Chistmas-themed episodes from December 20th at 8 AM EST to December 25th at 10 PM EST, along with a movie formatted for television afterwards. This event became official on Christmas of 2006.
  • Live-tweets: Every month or two, Vision sets up a live tweet, where people can tweet about the show they are watching, and their tweets will appear on-screen as the episode airs. Here are the previous and upcoming live tweets.
    • CircleCity - Michael Bay's Power Rangers - July 19, 2014
    • Family Guy - Grimm Job - August 30, 2014
    • StickWar - Five Nights at GTFO - November 2, 2014
    • Rich Life - Broken - November 9, 2014
    • South Park - Grounded Vindaloop - January 8, 2015
    • South Park - Cock Magic - January 15, 2015
    • CircleCity - Danggit - May 26, 2015
    • CircleCity - DragonCircle XYZ II - July 31, 2015
    • American Dad! - Bullocks to Stan - September 8, 2015
  • Movie Month: September is Vision's movie month, a month where the most movies are aired. At least 1 or 2 movies are shown every weekend, while the rest of the year, only 1 movie is shown every 2 or 3 months.
  • Halloweek: Each year from October 24th to 31st, Vision premieres a Halloween-themed episode marathon of various shows each day, along with a horror movie feature presentation on Halloween day.
  • Spring Break: On the 2nd and 3rd weeks of March every year, Vision celebrates spring break by showing marathons of random shows, exclusive online episodes and clips, new merchandise, a chance to win tickets for a tropical vacation, teasers for new seasons, and more.

Movies/Feature Presentations

Every once and a while, typically on weekends, Vision airs a movie. Depending on it's rating, it can be shown during the day or late at night. On September 3rd, 2011, South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut was aired, the first movie to air on Vision. Vision aired another movie in November, and continued this tradition. Because the first movie was aired in September, it was decided that the most movies would be shown every September. It became the official "Movie Month". Here are some upcoming or already aired movies.

Previously Aired

  • 9/2/11 12/11c - South Park: Bigger Longer, and Uncut
  • 9/6/14, 11/10c - CircleCity: City Vs. World
  • 9/8/14 12/11c - The Purge
  • 9/13/14, 10/9c - Chronicle
  • 9/14/14, 8/7c - Back to the Future
  • 9/15/14 12/11c - Insidious
  • 9/20/14, 9/8c - Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
  • 9/21/14 8/7c - Guardians of the Galaxy
  • 9/22/14 12/11c - The Blair Witch Project
  • 9/27/14 9/8c - Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
  • 9/28/14 2/1c - The Lego Movie
  • 9/29/14 12/11c - Poltergeist
  • 10/11/14 9/8c - Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
  • 10/18/14 9/8c - Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  • 10/25/14 9/8c - Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  • 10/31/14 12/11c - The Exorcist
  • 11/1/14 9/8c - Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
  • 1/10/15 2/1c - Despicable Me
  • 1/11/15 2/1c - Despicable Me 2
  • 2/14/15 7/6c AM - Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem
  • 2/14/15 8:30/7:30c AM Spirited Away
  • 3/17/15 11/10c - The Departed
  • 5/9/15 8/7c AM - ONE PIECE FILM: Z
  • 5/15/15 10:30/9:30c - Spaceballs
  • 5/16/15 11/10c AM - Star Wars: The Clone Wars
  • 5/16/15 8:30/7:30c - Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
  • 6/19/15 9/8c - Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
  • 7/4/15 9/8c - Fire Tripper
  • 7/10/15 8:30/7:30c - Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
  • 8/14/15 7/6c - Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  • 9/1/15 9/8c - Godzilla (2014)
  • 9/5/15 9/8c AM - Sailor Moon R the Movie: Promise of the Rose
  • 9/5/15 10/9c - Akira
  • 9/12/15 8:30/7:30c AM - Spirited Away
  • 9/19/15 9/8c AM - Dragon Ball Z - Coolers Revenge
  • 9/20/15 10/9c - Jurassic Park
  • 9/21/15 10/9c - The Lost World: Jurassic Park
  • 9/22/15 10/9c - Jurassic Park III
  • 9/25/15 6:30/5:30c - Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  • 9/25/15 10/9c - Jurassic World
  • 9/26/15 8:00/7:00c AM - Spring and Chaos
  • 10/16/15 7/6c - Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
  • 1/23/16 9/8c - Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods
  • 6/4/16 5/4c - Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens
  • 9/2/16 10/9c - Watchmen
  • 9/3/16 10/9c - Interstellar
  • 9/4/16 10/9c - Alien (1979)
  • 9/10/16 9/8c - 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • 9/11/16 10/9c - Aliens (1986)
  • 9/17/16 10/9c - The Martian
  • 9/18/16 10/9c - Alien 3
  • 9/23/16 10/9c - Casino Royale (2006)
  • 9/24/16 10/9c - Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  • 9/25/16 10/9c - Prometheus
  • 10/1/16 12/11c - District 9
  • 10/31/16 12/11c - Event Horizon
  • 3/12/17 12/11c - Seven Samurai
  • 3/19/17 12/11c - Blade Runner
  • 3/20/17 2:30am/1:30c - Puppet Princess
  • 3/25/17 12/11c - Con Air
  • 3/26/17 2:30am/1:30c - Fire Tripper
  • 4/1/17 12/11c - Burst City
  • 4/2/17 2:30am/1:30c - Darkness of the Sea
  • 4/8/17 10:30/9:30c - Ao Oni
  • 4/9/17 12/11c - Ghost in the Shell (1995)

Upcoming

  • 4/15/17 10:30/9:30c - Black Dynamite
  • 4/22/17 10:30/9:30c -  Pacific Rim
  • 4/29/17 10:30/9:30c - Trollhunter
  • 5/6/17 10/9c - Asylum Session
  • 5/7/17 12/11c - Tokyo Gore Police (limited commercial interruption)

Other Information

Commercial Breaks

Vision's commercial breaks work how Cartoon Network's does. After 10-15 minutes into a show, there is a 5 minute commercial break. The show ends 5 minutes before the next show.

Censorship

Vision censors nudity and strong language, unless it is an uncut program which can only air at 12/11c or later. Vision rarely airs any programs with real nudity, unless it is a midnight feature presentation. (rated R movies and such)

Bumper & Ad Music

Vision mainly uses Flying Lotus, Burial, Deadmau5's experimental or short songs, and Avicii's (without vocals, most of the time) music for their ads and bumpers.

Vision Radio

A new feature on the website, which streams random music 24/7. It was released from the beta stage in September of 2015.

Galleries

Logos

Content Warnings

Parental/content warnings are shown as an indicator that viewer discretion is advised and is intended for mature audiences before a program with a TV-MA rating, including all subratings, if any.

Billboards

Various billboards used by Vision

Bumper/Promo Gallery

Please add bumpers/promos. Make them good quality, and not really kid-ish if it is advertising the adult shows.

Website/App UI Design

Screen Bugs (beginning of the show) Gallery

2004-2007

2007-2008

2008-2012

2012-2014

2014-present

Suggestions

If you would like to add any suggestions for this channel, like adding another real show, or a show on this wiki, new programming block ideas, or pretty much anything else, leave it below, and give a signature. If you would like to add new shows that won't air anywhere else but Vision, please do. Oh yeah, and make sure you give the rating to the show. Also, put your name after your show. Here is an example:

  • Random Show (TV-MA to TV-MA-V) by ExampleUsername21

Suggestions

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