Honestly, some of the shows that aired (or currently airing) on Cartoon Network don't even warrant the TV-PG rating, I'm talking shows like Teen Titans Go!, DC Super Hero Girls, Clarence, Uncle Grandpa for example. TV-Y7 at least.
I decided to cancel my Boomerang subscription. The App didn't have a feature to save shows to watch later, it felt bare bones, and not really worth the price. I just hope more of the content would move over to HBO Max.
The History of Comedy Central goes back to November 15, 1989 when HBO's (Time, Inc/Time Warner's) "The Comedy Channel" launched, and on April 1, 1990, Viacom launched "HA! TV Comedy Network" The two channels would merge on April 1, 1991 to form "CTV: The Comedy Network", then on June 1, 1991 it was renamed to Comedy Central, with TimeWarner and Viacom having both a 50% share.
I re-watched Star vs. the Forces of Evil on Disney+. and I gotta say, my opinions on the series have pretty much stayed the same. Would a show targeted at a young audience really imply the main character intentionally caused "multiverse mass genocide"? No.
Apparently there is a SVOD Streaming Service from ViacomCBS in Latin America and Europe called "Paramount+" which includes content from Paramount Pictures, Paramount Network, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, etc, and thinking about it being a companion to CBS All Access in the U.S..