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Pokémon in Portugal

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{{bulbanews|Portuguese premiere of eleventh season to be in theaters}}
In Fall 2010, the rights to the series were purchased by another Portuguese channel, '''Panda Biggs'''. TheProduction productionof the dub was moved into the '''Cinemágica''' studio in Porto, which meant replacement of the entire voice cast was going to be replaced. TPCi took over the control of the series, retaining the episode titles written in European Portuguese introduced in the ''Pokémon: Diamond & Pearl'' season, editing the ending credits with information from the local dub staff and also replacing the "To be continued..." message with a translated one. It became known that the series' translator would be '''Sérgio Figueiredo'''.
The channel aired the 10th season from 20 September 2010 to 25 October 2010, showing 2 episodes each day of the week and repeating the 10 episodes shown on workweek in the weekend. Notably, this version had fixed mistakessome audio errors in the dub, alsoalong with replacing someselect speecheslines from the original productiondub with ones of the new actors, which were presumed by the fans to be tests for the new voice cast. Midway through the airing of the 10th season, the channel started a promotion campaign of their new ownership of the series, conducting a contest in which 70 winners would win two tickets to a first-hand premiere of [[DP053]] and [[DP054]] in cinemas. There were two premieres: one in Lisbon (40 winners) and one in Porto (30 winners). Both premieres were held on 23 October 2010, with the winners notified two days earlier.
The ''[[Pokémon Diamond & Pearl: Battle Dimension]]'' dub premiered officially on 26 October 2010. Unlike the previous season, Panda Biggs broadcast 1 new episode each day of the workweek. The airing of the season ended on 5 January 2011 and the channel aired repeatsreruns twice until the end of May.
The ''[[Pokémon Diamond & Pearl: Galactic Battles]]'' season premiered on 1 June 2011 and finished its airing on 4 August 2011. RepeatsReruns were aired twice until 23 December 2011, though the [[DP155|last]] [[DP156|three]] [[DP157|episodes]] of the season were skipped in the second repeatrerun.
The ''[[Pokémon Diamond & Pearl: Sinnoh League Victors]]'' season premiered on 25 December 2011 and finished its airing on 9 February 2012. Since new episodes started to only premiere on the weekend beginning from ''[[Best Wishes series|Black & White series]]'', theThe season filled Pokémon's time slot on the channel during the workweek (including a repeatrerun of all the 5 episodes aired from Monday to Friday, on Saturday) andup wasto repeatedthe severaltime when new episodes of the following season only aired during the timesweekends.
Like ''Battle Dimension'', the ''[[Pokémon: Black & White]]'' season's first two episodes got a promotion campaign for a first-hand premiere on cinema on 19 May 2012. Those competing for the special tickets had to send their participation notifications until two days earlier. 55 winners saw the episodes' premiere in Lisbon, and an additional 47 saw it in Porto. The series' TV premiere was on 26 May 2012. Only two episodes premiered each week during weekend, until the season[[BW028|28th finishingepisode]]. onHowever, 20starting from the [[BW029|29th]] (which aired at the start of September., Unlikewhen the threechannel previoususually seasonschanges the schedules of its series) and until [[BW048|the end of the season]], onlythe twochannel episodesaired premieredone eachnew weekepisode every day, until it finished on 20 September 2012. Reruns of the weekendepisodes were aired as before, for nearly one year.
''[[Pokémon Black & White: Rival Destinies]]'' is hinted to begin inon 16 September 2013, just short of an year after the end of the previous season.
The dub of ''[[M10|The Rise of Darkrai]]'' aired on 25 December 2010 in the channel, as part of the Christmas campaign. It was produced in the '''Cinemágica''' studio (which, like the series from 11th season onwards, dubbed all the subsequent movies) and the movie was the first to have its ending songs dubbed into European Portuguese.
The movies ''[[M11|Giratina and the Sky Warrior]]'' and ''[[M12|Arceus and the Jewel of Life]]'' premiered on 1313th and 2323rd June 2011, respectively.
The dub of ''[[M13|Zoroark: Master of Illusions]]'' aired on 22 February 2012.
DVD releases of the movies 10 and 11 appeared in the stores on 1 May 2012, with later movies following suit afterwards.
''[[M14|Pokémon The Movie: Black—Victini and Reshiram]]'' premiered in the channel on 15 August 2012, while the ''[[M14|Pokémon The Movie: White—Victini and Zekrom]]'' version first aired on 26 August 2012.
The [[M05|Pokémon Heroes]], [[M06|Jirachi: Wish Maker]], [[M08|Lucario and the Mystery of Mew]] and [[M09|Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea]] movies have never been dubbed.