I fail to understand how people on social media came to the conclusion that Tom Ascheim "hates animation" based on that one passage from the Kidscreen interview where he used kindergarten/elementary school as a metaphor for how CNS and WBA should synergize.
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.
And the winner of the competition is Pizza Pilot, which got 3 votes. Harpy Gee got 2 votes, and Missing The Mark got nothing. And that's the end of the competition. Thanks for participating. The article is next week.
Before streaming services like Netflix dominating the family entertainment industry, we had family networks on cable television. Quite honestly, I'm very fascinated by their history and their programming on how much they evolved over the years.
But here's what I'm wondering: why do they failed?
Clearly, People seemed to forget that the late Chrtistine Cavanaugh who originally voiced Chuckie Finster on Rugrats, retired from Voice Acting in like 2001, and Nancy Cartwright took over the role since then.