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The History of the Batman TV Series now on Go Indie TV

September 8th, 2016

Author: Cami Ciotta
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Go Indie TV has created an original series: Batman 66 Documentary, with each episode focusing on a particular fan favorite character. Batman is a 1960's American live action television series, based on the DC Comic Book character of the same name - Batman 66. The show stars Adam West as Batman and Burt Ward as Robin- two crime fighting heroes who defend their city from a variety of villains. Villains such as: The Joker, The Penguin, The Riddler, Catwoman, and Mr. Freeze are just to name a few. GITV will dive into each character giving an inside look of behind the scenes and the creation of each character that made Batman the huge success that is was. We invite you to visit our Batman 66 channel on Go Indie TV as episodes will be added on a regular basis. Please enjoy our first three episodes: Batman, The Joker, and Catwoman. We ask that you visit our Facebook Page to stay informed on when the next episode will be released. We would love to hear your comments and please let us know which character you would like featured on the next GITV Original Batman 66 Documentary Series. Thank you for the support for our Go Indie TV Batman 66 Series: Here are what fans are saying: I am a fan of the old series which i always watched at , and that is why i was able to relate and liked The Batman animated film which was voiced over by the original cast West and Burt. I enjoyed every minute of this movie and seeing how Adam and Burt both formed the dynamic duo us bat fans grew to love. This movie tries to be campy and funny has it was in the sixties. Adam and Burt are really good together. Seeing them back together again brings back memories of the show. It was a good surprise. Very funny and interesting to find out how things developed in the 60's for this group. I like these people. It's nice to see them out and about, still having fun with one of the great pieces of entertainment history. Overall, I liked the show, mainly for the flashback I watched the old Batman shows from 1966 on, it just amazes me how far we've gotten with Batman. I love how he gets darker over the years?. They should do a remake of this and use the exact same lines, just modern graphics and actors. It was indeed a good thing that they were able to preserve the Batman Series from the 60's. Christian Bale, made an incredible Batman Series. The formula was fun and engaging, but it rarely varied. Go to to watch the original Batman 66 show. Having those huge bat labels does not matter at all, I still enjoy seeing and reading those bat labels of Batman 66 show as I watch it at, it always made me laugh. The animated movie, brought us back to that time. I may say that the film was well written and well animated. Born in the 1970's, the Batman TV shows which can still be viewed in , was one of my favorite comic book based TV shows ever made. Though the voice of Adam West was not as preppy as he was from the 60's Batman show, it is understandable, and hearing them (Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar) doing a voice over for the latest Batman animated movie is very impressive. After having a lot of issues for years, finally, it is now available. We can enjoy the 60's version of Batman TV show on DVD, but I still can watch it in without buying DVD's and share the feeling of watching the old TV shows with my kids.