I'm really sad to hear that Qubo is leaving. Kinda strange that a Saturday morning programming block would get its own channel only for the block the channel originated from to get canned, and now for the channel to get axed.
Here's a question: Is the 2008 economic crash the one to blame for Disney having to stop releasing DVDs of their Disney Afternoon shows? I've heard that the 2008 economic crash had forced major companies to cut back on big spending.
I've been thinking about this lately... What if Big Idea Productions produced Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie as a 45-58 minute direct-to-video special, as opposed to a theatrical feature film? I think it would've prevented the company from going bankrupt. What do you think?
I don't know if this has been asked, but: What is the real reason why Nickelodeon ended Nick in the Afternoon? I think one reason could be Lori Beth Denberg (who hosted the U-Dip segments of the block) leaving Nickelodeon due to her getting older.
I just saw some videos of the original Bob the Builder on Qubo today, and I'm surprised they're airing the UK versions. Universal Kids aired the US dub, but Qubo's airing the UK version... Crazy, huh? At least we have Bob the Builder US Archives on Dailymotion.