Recently, Saban lost the Glitter Force trademark due to not using it for six months - so it has returned to Toei.
What does this mean for Glitter Force? There was a Dokidoki dub planned for it, so what will be its fate?
Honestly? I hope this means Glitter Force failed. Even for a kids' show, the dubbing practices of the 90s are horribly outdated. Saban basically took every lesson dubbing companies learned for the past two (almost three!) decades and threw them out the window. In addition, due to Glitter Force's existence, other countries (such as Italy and Spain) which were already airing other seasons of Pretty Cure (such as Heart Catch) were forced to air Glitter Force instead.
So really, for the most part this is beneficial for everyone.
However, Glitter Force's failure could be a double-edged sword - on one hand it shows that the dubbing practices of the 90s don't fly anymore and that dubbing companies that still use these practices need to get their shit together, but on the other it may cause Toei to think that there's no audience for Pretty Cure in the United States - when obviously this isn't the case.
Personally, I'm content with fansubs, but official subs for all seasons and proper dubs for said seasons would be nice.