I heard Qubo is shutting down (because Scripps wants to replace it with Katz Network channels), so I graphed their TV schedule for their final week. RIP
(no, I didn't forget to graph the overnight hours, because they are all paid programing slots, and I always omit them)
I tried making a better CN schedule (based on next week's lineup) that incorporates more shows, as well as both rotating movies and currently-running action shows on weekday mornings like they usually did back in the 2000s and mid-2010s.
Would anybody actually tune in and watch CN again if they were to schedule shows like this?
My SUPER-ULTIMATE Ideal Boomerang Schedule. I tried to add as many Warner Brothers and Classic CN cartoons I could find that they aired on TV during their 2015 branding era, and then added some WB shows they haven't aired.
I wonder if WarnerMedia is legally allowed to air any of the Spielberg cartoons they made on Boomerang, despite them being available on Hulu.
"Teen Titans GO! to the Movies" will premiere on September 12 on TBS. Normally Cartoon Network airs WB's animated movies a few weeks after TBS. So, expect to picture Robin's booty in 3D on Cartoon Network sometime in October.
This week, Universal Kids will be celebrating the nationwide launch of parent company NBCUniversal's new streaming service - Peacock - by airing a 24-hour marathon of the now-Peacock Original: Where's Waldo? Plus a themed weekend marathon of different shows they've aired in the past and present.
2 new trademarks filed by The Cartoon Network, Inc. recently: Hot Freaks and Norm Nerveman, Neural Detective. Probably not animation, because they only say "in the field of comedy" instead, which leads me to them being potential new [adult swim] projects.
Found some interesting trademarks filed by Cartoon Network, Inc. recently. Most of these are pretty much in the field of animation. Though I highly think they'll most likely become [adult swim] animated series.