The show would have focused completely on the Binome characters, as no Sprites from ReBoot were intended to appear. The star would have been a young Binome named Bin, and his friends and family. The stories were stated to be simple, about their everyday adventures living in Mainframe.
Binomes was introduced at MIP-TV in 2004 to prospective broadcasters and investors as consisting of 26 eleven-minute episodes.  The series was then presented at the 2005 NATPE conference as running for 26 twenty-two-minute episodes. Binomes failed to garner enough interest from the industry and was ultimately quietly cancelled.
A promotional flyer and a detailed plot synopsis were shared in 2007's Art of ReBoot concept art book.
Meet Bin! And his friends and family: Cookie, Digit, Browser, the Kernel, Mr. and Mrs. Fontface, and the Wizzywigs! They live on a chip farm where computer chips grow, cables are trees, and children are told to eat their electrons -- because they're good for them.
Whether Bin is helping his parents on their chip farm, playing beta-ball with his friends, or just facing the typical growing pains of any young boy, our audience will see that he's just like them.
And what's it like inside a computer? It's a place of shiny-sided houses topped with motherboard roofs, and curved barns that look like a cross between an aeroplane hanger and a wireless mouse. There's even a stream for the kids to play in -- sure, it's a sparkling silver data-stream, but it is a stream.
You may have noticed that Bin and his buddies look a little... unusual. But they're not just stationary cubes - they're alive and limber! When Bin gets excited ("No school today?!") he'll spin his head in circles. And when he gets a sudden surprise, his cubes will jump apart, then drop back together. (Neat, huh?)
The Binomes. They're just plain processors in a world where beta-balls hover, the sky is blue circuits, and static storms are the norm. But kids still like to play, have adventures and be read to at bedtime -- because some things never change ( including Bin's Mom's hair... but that's another story!)
52 x 11' minute episodes from leading CGI Animation producer Mainframe Entertainment --- a pre-school show for every little kid that's surfed the net!
- ↑ MIP-TV News: Mainframe Sails into MIP-TV with Popeye and Others Retrieved September 5, 2017.
- ↑ NATPE Product Listing: I Retrieved September 5, 2017.