If there's one thing I want network execs and their PR departments to remember, it's that they really shouldn't make promises they can't keep. Especially if it's in regards to a show's premiere window.
I definitely feel like the reason Cartoon Network isn't extending the VOD availability of their older shows (in addition to not adding any more beyond what was added in the past 2 years) is because they're preparing for the launch of HBO Max. It makes perfect sense to me.
KleptoCats Cartoon Network boutique guide This is a guide to all the boutique items in KleptoCats Cartoon Network that I was able to identify. If there’s anything I didn’t catch or got incorrect, please let me know. HEADPIECES Wirt’s hat - Over the Garden Wall Slime Princess’s tiara - Adventure...
Apparently as of writing, trying to look up figures in the CN Arcade app crashes the app. And when I got the Figures section to work, I could've sworn there were as-of-yet-unidentified islands represented by black boxes.
CN's YouTube delisted a bunch of videos (don't know when). Some of them were WBA stuff (Looney Tunes Show, Young Justice), others were for shows whose syndication rights expired (Pokemon). But the older CN stuff? Definitely feels like they're moving it under the Boomerang brand going forward.
Huh. Two of the biggest animated releases this week (Infinity Train and RML: Static Cling) both tread upon the theme of change; that change is inevitable, and the only way to find true happiness is to accept it.
it is kinda weird how despite Frozen being the highest grossing animated movie until Lion King 2019, there were no mainstream animated movies that tried to copy it, or at least accused of copying Frozen. I wonder why?