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A feature length documentary about the unofficial fan convention for aficionados of the show “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.”
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Bronies Documentary to Appear on US Television!

Posted by Michael Brockhoff (Creator)

We have some really big news to announce regarding the Bronies documentary. The US television rights have been acquired and a "cut for television" version of the film will be running on cable and streaming online for free this fall.

The US Cable channel Logo has acquired rights to run the program as part of their documentary series "WHAT!?"

Although Logo started as a network focusing on a gay audience, it has evolved into inclusive programing that also attracts a straight audience that wants to be ahead of the curve. The Brony message of love and tolerance is particularly in tune with this audience and we are excited to be working with Logo to allow the public a chance to see the film.

We are still working on the new "Bronies - The Unreleased Tapes" project to cut together and release segments not included in the original film. There are 16 days left for the fundraising. If you want to check it out go to:

DVD and Blu-Ray disc copies of the feature length documentary and extended interviews are available at and on

For those of you who are waiting, we expect the feature length documentary to be on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video for purchase and rental in the next month.




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    1. Alexander Zotter on

      That's good news indeed.

    2. Mokey on

      Sweet, that's a big step from what the release originally started with.

      Great to have some good news for once, hopefully it has a positive response. "crosses fingers"

    3. Michael Brockhoff 2-time creator on

      @Dominic Smith
      We are exploring the possibility of including the gay couple in the TV cut. Mostly we have to figure out what exactly to cut out since a TV hour is about 44 minutes. By the way, the irony of LOGO is that the primary audience is straight females in their 30's...

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      Dominic Smith on

      Great news :)

      Curious question about this 'cut of TV version' of the Doc, you mention,
      "...Logo started as a network focusing on a gay audience..."
      While you go on to say how the network has or broadened out since then, it's original homosexual audience are still there and will I expect still be a significant proportion of their viewership, so for that reason, are you looking at incorporating the story of the homosexual couple that found acceptance in the brony community and at the convention into this new TV cut of the documentary?

    5. Michelle K. T. Illg on

      WOW! /)^u^(\! :D And it *is* major news. This project has really come an impressively long way...