i honestly don't think the new G4 would succeed because what's the point of making a video game based tv network at a time when anyone can make and upload video game reviews or related content on Youtube or stream on Twitch?
Man it's really sad that SYFY in the past 5 years or so is just wasted potential that keeps on cancelling everything and simply just a network without a clear vision. For some reason they want to compete with Adult Swim by making adult animated shows.
I remember thinking how come Paramount didn't put the Nickelodeon Movies name for Hugo then i relalize "oh maybe they didn't want to associate Nickelodeon with a director like Martin Scorsese whose famous films were R-rated"
Why does CBS still makes generic laugh track-filled sitcoms when other broadcast networks like ABC, NBC and FOX started to phase out those shows since 2005 or 2006? There's been maybe 3 or 4 that were single camera shows since then but why don't CBS make more of those shows? I kind of bugs me.
@Ghoster1987 FB&CC still is trash and is only being propped up by memes that are selling you a lie. The lie that is nostalgia, which is a disease.
Glitch Techs should not be compared to this trash, because GT is actually GOOD and deserves a lot more love/respect than it gets, whether from the network or from people who watch animation in general. And that's the truth!
it feels so weird seeing Fanboy and Chum Chum a decade later getting a lot of respect and people having nostalgia over it now. I remember it was HATED on.
People thought it was the worst thing to come from Nick. But i'm guessing Glitch Techs had something to do with it because both shows are created by the same person.
So, we have a tie here, with "Into The Hundred Acre Wood" and "Quack Pack" getting 2 votes each. I'll be tiebreaker. I pick Quack Pack. Now we have the last matchup of round 4, which is between "Phineas And Ferb: Star Wars" and "Scooby Doo And Batman: The Brave And The Bold".
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.