The children’s television program Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy (or just Rescue Bots Academy) airs on Discovery Family. It is based on the Transformers toy line from Hasbro and is a follow-up to Transformers: Rescue Bots, sharing the same name as the third season premiere of Rescue Bots, “Rescue Bots Academy.” On December 8, 2018, the first two episodes were shown in advance. On January 5, 2019, the program had its formal debut. Rescue Bots’ original voice cast does not repeat their parts; instead, New York-based voice actors are used to portray the other characters.
Transformers Rescue Bots Academy Season 5 Release Date
The current status of Season 5 is that it is canceled and there are no new updates on Season 5. Nicole Dubuc, Brian Hohlfeld, and Jeff Kline created the program. Its fourth season, which debuted on April 23, 2016, is currently airing. Frank Molieri is the executive producer for the series, which is produced by DHX Media.
Rescue Robots Transformers is aimed toward young children and doesn’t have the same level of brutality as the Prime franchise chapter. It has transformers that help the police, firefighters, and other emergency services rescue people from calamities. Four transformers—Heatwave, the team’s captain; Blades, Boulder, and Chase—who were sent to Earth to safeguard mankind is at the center of the narrative. The Bums family collaborates with the robots, and as a result, both people and machines gain knowledge and develop.
Griffin Rock’s heroes Heatwave the Fire-Bot, Chase the Police-Bot, Blades the Copter-Bot, and Boulder the Construction-Bot are back and prepared to train a new group of recruits as classes at the Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy begin in session. Young dude player Hot Shot, inspiring rescue superman Hoist, the enthusiastic man, building-bot Hedge, and ground medic properly named Medix have the honor of being the top and first class in history to get into the Rescue Bots Academy, a cutting-edge training facility located at a top-secret base. They have just arrived on Earth from their home world of Cybertron. The new recruits learn the value of collaboration through simulated and actual rescue missions that emphasize the significance of bravery, teamwork, and most importantly, friendship, with the assistance of Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, and Grimlock.
The announcement that the series has finished filming and will be replaced by Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy was made on June 6, 2017. A toy line, book series, and an animated children’s television program called Transformers: Rescue Bots are all based on the Transformers franchise created by the toy company Hasbro. The brand’s Star Wars Jedi Force and Marvel Superhero Adventures have the same foundation as Rescue Bots, the follow-up to Transformers: Robot Heroes. Children’s safety and risk education are the key goals of Rescue Bots.
Chase, Heatwave, Blades, and Boulder are the initial members of the primary Autobot gang that participates in Rescue Bots. Rescue Bots has human and Autobot companions as well as a toy line and relates to other Transformers series/continuities.
The team of Chief Charlie Burns (Optimus Prime and Hoist’s partner), an adult Cody Burns (Heatwave’s partner), Sawyer Storm (Blades and Medix’s partner), Walker Cleveland (Boulder’s partner), Billy Blastoff and Jack “Hunter” Tracker (Chase’s partners), and Axel Frazier (Bumblebee’s partner) is featured in both the original toy line and the storybook series.
In addition to Doc Greene and Francine Greene playing supporting roles, the TV show also stars Chief Charlie Burns (Chase’s partner), Cody Burns as a youngster (Optimus Prime and Salvage’s partner), Dani Burns (Blades’ partner), Kade Burns (Heatwave’s partner), and Graham Burns (Boulder’s partner) (who later in the series become temporary partners to the Autobot High Tide). Netflix has Season 1 available for watching. Seasons 1-3 are also accessible through paid subscriptions on iTunes and YouTube thanks to Hasbro.
On January 22, 2016, the fourth season trailer was unveiled, featuring an aged Cody Burns and Quickshadow, a female rescue robot. Season 4 lasted four years, starting on April 23, 2016, and ending on October 22, 2016. There have been 104 episodes made. Rescue Bots, which is in its fourth season, has surpassed The Transformers, which ran for 98 episodes, as the longest-running Transformers show.
The announcement that the series has finished filming and will be replaced by Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy was made on June 6, 2017. However, the cast members did not return for the second season.
|Name Of The Show||Transformers Rescue Bots Academy|
|Season Number||Season 5|
|Transformers Rescue Bots Academy Season 1 Release Date||January 5, 2019|
|Transformers Rescue Bots Academy Season 5 Release Date||Not Announced|
Transformers Rescue Bots Academy Characters
Optimus Prime hires Hot Shot (voiced by Pierce Cravens), a former Cube player, and gives him a Multi-T-Change T-cog that allows him to switch between different vehicle modes every day. His primary form is a red jet plane, while his secondary forms are a yellow and red hovercraft boat and a red and yellow ATV. By scanning Heatwave’s fire truck mode in Season 2, he subsequently acquires a fourth vehicle form.
Whirl (voiced by Courtney Shaw) is the team’s upbeat sister figure. She is an eager police trainee who, like Chase, has read the guidelines for being a Rescue Bot. During the Multi-Change plot arc of Season 2, she changes into a blue and light grey police helicopter and then takes on the appearance of Chase’s blue squad police vehicle.
An ambitious mechanic and inventor named Hoist (voiced by Alan Trinca) can change into a teal tow truck. When Grimlock first arrived at the academy in Season 1, it was revealed that he was terrified of dinosaurs. However, in Season 2’s “Mission Dinobot,” he overcame his phobia completely. He scanned Grimlock’s Tyrannosaurus to turn into a Dinobot himself during the T-cog narrative arc in season 2, and he now has two transformations.
Medix, a new member of the Rescue Bots who only uses rationality and dislikes surprises, is voiced by Adam Andrianopoulous. He changes into a white emergency response vehicle with green zag lines and a red light bar affixed on the roof to act as the team’s intelligence officer during operations. At Blades’ rescue helicopter mode in white and orange, T-Cog acquires a second form of a helicopter during Season 2’s T-Cog story arc.
Former Decepticon turned commander Wedge (voiced by Mason Hensley) transforms into an orange payloader. In Season 1, he and Hot Shot were rivals, and he exhibits Blades’ ardent devotion to Bumblebee. He even has a set of trading cards titled “Heroes of Cybertron” that include portraits of all the significant Autobots. In the Season 2 episode “More Than Meets The Eye,” when the squad is unsure how to handle Lazerbeak, his Decepticon history is made public. Like Hot Shot, Optimus Prime hired him because he thought he had promise. Wedge has a phobia of heights, which was originally mentioned in season one. He subsequently obtains a second sports car mode in honor of his hero Bumblebee.
Where to Watch Transformers Rescue Bots Academy Online?
Rescue Bots is available on online streaming platforms and Netflix.