Saturday, May 13, 2023


transformers earthspark

The first ten episodes of the Nickelodeon produced Paramount+ TRANSFORMERS animated series EARTHSPARK is being released May 16, 2023 on DVD. The show revolves around the first Earthborn Transformers called Terrans and their adventures in battling an evil half-human/half-robot cyborg known as the Mandroid. Does this TRANSFORMERS EARTHSPARK DVD release excite you? If so, you'll be geeked that Paramount Home Entertainment has provided a DVD for this blog to giveaway!

One randomly selected participant who submits an eligible entry via Twitter or the rafflecopter form below before 11:59 pm on May 18, 2023 will receive a DVD with the first ten episodes from Season 1 of TRANSFORMERS EARTHSPARK. Must be a United States resident over 18 years of age to participate in this promotion. Paramount Home Entertainment will be responsible for delivery of the DVD to the selected giveaway entrant. Please note that they will not deliver to a Post Office Box. Good luck!

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The Transformers war on Earth concluded years ago. Dot Malto, a veteran of the war, along with her husband, professor Alex Malto, and their kids Robby and Mo, move to the remote town of Witwicky, Pennsylvania, to start a new life. But Witwicky proves to be – MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE – and the family soon finds their lives intertwined with a group of Terran Transformers – the first Transformers robots born on Earth! When the evil half human/half-robot cyborg Dr. Meridian (aka MANDROID) threatens life as they know it, Robby, Mo, and the Terrans band together with legendary Autobots like Optimus Prime and Bumblebee to stop Mandroid once and for all!

transformers earthspark dvd

The first half of Season 1 of TRANSFORMERS EARTHSPARK can now be streamed on Paramount+ with an all-new batch of episodes for the second half of the show's first season dropping this summer. Plus, the show has just been renewed for a second season! Are you geeked about new TRANSFORMERS adventures being created for Paramount+? 

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