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Tron reveals to Beck that he is dying from a virus that was implanted in him during Clu's takeover.

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No Bounds
The Stranger/First Renegade returns to Argon City to exact revenge on Beck and Tron.

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Beck goes on a date with Paige, but their night is cut short when she is thrown into the games.

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Welcome Home
Beck tries to rescue a fleeing government scientist.

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State of Mind
Tesler uses a mind-control device to build an army, and Mara falls victim to the influence.

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The Renegade recruits three fearless supporters to join the resistance and discovers one of them is his best friend Mara.

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The Stranger
Beck falls into a trap set by a mysterious sociopath and discovers a shocking secret about Tron.

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We Both Know How This Ends
Mara attempts to prove herself when she assumes control of the garage while Able is away.

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Tesler challenges The Renegade to a showdown, but Beck is grounded at the garage by Able. The situation forces Beck to make an important decision.

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Scars - Part 2
Beck must face his mentor.

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Scars - Part 1
Tron's history before the occupation is revealed. Meanwhile, Beck encourages Tron to stop his planned revenge against a program named Dyson that used to be his ally.

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The Reward
Beck's night off is interrupted when the Occupation arrests an innocent program.

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Price of Power
Beck intercepts a secret weapon that provides increased strength and agility for progrmans, but it also makes the program more aggressive and reckless.

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Paige and the Renegade must team up after they crash on a remote island that is sinking into the sea.

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Beck's identity disc is taken and his memory starts to unravel.

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Beck must sabotage an Occupation energy drill, but in doing so, he threatens the life of his best friend Zed.

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The Renegade, Part 2
Beck and Cutler continue to battle in the games and win, but the Occupation puts up a fight to stop them.

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The Renegade, Part 1
A spin-off of the "Tron" films focuses on Beck, who leads a revolution inside a computer world that is controlled by a tyrant.

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Beck's Beginning
Inside the computer world of the grid, a young program named Beck becomes the unlikely leader of a revolution against a corrupt regime. His mission is to free his home and liberate his friends from the oppressive reign of the villainous Clu and his evil henchman, General Tesler.

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Featuring an aesthetically unique blend of computer animation and futuristic themes, TRON: Uprising is an action-packed, animated television series. It was produced by Disney Television Animation and aired on Disney XD from 2012 to 2013.

TRON: Uprising is part of the larger TRON universe, which began with the ground-breaking, classic science-fiction film TRON, released by Walt Disney Pictures in 1982. The show serves as a bridge between the original TRON movie and its sequel, TRON: Legacy (2010), fleshing out the story between these two cinematic installments. It offers fans of the franchise a deeper look into the continuity of the TRON universe, providing additional context and lore.

Set in the digital realm of the Grid, the world of TRON: Uprising is populated by programs and ruled by a regime unwilling to treat its citizens fairly. The show's primary focus is on a young program named Beck, who works as a mechanic in Argon City, a far-off district in the Grid. Beck's peaceful life is disrupted when his friend is derezzed by Clu's regime. Spurred into action, he begins his mission, taking on the mantle of the revolting hero, 'TRON', to inspire the revolution against the oppressive rule of Clu.

Even though Beck is in the leading role, TRON: Uprising isn’t just about him. It also features an ensemble cast of intriguing characters each with their unique charm and complexity. There's Tron, the legendary warrior and the mentor figure to Beck, who trains him to be a skillful rebel. Able, Beck's boss at the garage, who’s affectionate but unaware of Beck's double life. Zed and Mara, Beck's friends who become involved in the uprising in their own ways. And then, there's Paige, a fearless enforcer under Clu's command, who presents as a formidable foe as well as a fascinating character with her personal backstory and motivations.

The series combines top-notch voice talents with a stellar production team. Elijah Wood provides the voice for Beck, with Bruce Boxleitner reprising his role as Tron. Other notable voice actors include Emmanuelle Chriqui, Mandy Moore, Nate Corddry, Paul Reubens and Lance Henriksen. The show is produced by Charlie Bean, Edward Kitsis, and Adam Horowitz, with music by Joseph Trapanese who co-composed the score for TRON: Legacy along with Daft Punk.

The visual style of TRON: Uprising pays homage to the franchise's iconic look with its own distinct appeal. The animation and art direction skillfully use color and light to evoke the digital word's sleek and cool ambiance. The heavily stylized rendering gives the characters an almost otherworldly appearance, reinforcing the fact that this is a digital universe, divergent from our own. Action sequences are incredibly well choreographed, adding a kinetic energy and flair to the series, and the art deco-inspired landscapes render a level of depth and texture to the Grid, maintaining the tradition of the TRON franchise always pushing the boundaries of visual excellence.

Permeating through the entirety of the series is its compelling storyline replete with action, drama, and the exploration of complex themes. Themes such as friendship, betrayal, sacrifice, and the fight for freedom and justice. The narrative explores the paradox of a digital landscape populated by beings who feel, dream, hope and love. It carries considerable depth, surprising for a show labeled as a "kid's" series, offering emotional weight and philosophical dimension that adults can savor too.

At its core, TRON: Uprising expands on Disney's TRON mythology with its layered storyline, artistic creativity and strong character arcs. The fantastic visuals are complemented by the immersive soundtracks and engaging narrative. It offers a more intimate and philosophically grounded exploration of the Grid and its inhabitants. The show appeals to not just fans of the TRON franchise, but also those audience who crave thought-provoking science fiction animated series, with an emphasis on interesting characters, visual charm, a dash of action and a compelling underlying storyline.

TRON: Uprising is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 1 seasons with a total of 19 episodes, the show debuted on 2012. The series has earned a mostly positive reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 8.2.

Mandy Moore, Elijah Wood, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Bruce Boxleitner, Lance Henriksen, Nate Corddry, Paul Reubens, Fred Tatasciore, Reginald VelJohnson, Tricia Helfer
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