Follow Terry, Katrina, and an ever-growing group of outcasts and misfits as they go to school, put up with their idiot classmates and prepare for a life of pre-established gender roles, mind-numbing societal obligations, and soul-crushing reality. It’s about the journey from ignorance to...
I read Martin Scorsese's op-ed about Marvel movies recently. Seeing the abundance of sequels, reboots and remakes, the lack of originality, the rise of franchises, and the fact that one company owns all of the top five highest-grossing films this year...he's not wrong.
If you can work with the Disney Channel West channel (doubtful but I never know), Ducktales is on from 6 PM PST (more or less right now upon posting) to 7 PM PST, the end time of which is the new time for MHA on CN East.
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.