so where johnny test now, just asking did cartoon network still has the rights or those rights went back to wildbrain
Actually it was after Season 1 that Cookie Jar took total control of Johnny Test. Even though Waner Bros. Animation's logo appears in Season 2, WB had nothing to do with it.WildBrain owns Johnny Test. Warner Bros. basically washed their hands clean of the franchise after the first two seasons.
After 15 months, it feels so nice seeing classic Cartoon Network shows on Boomerang again. With the channel's original programming on their last legs, I hope they go back to being a retro channel.
Does Boomerang still include "Fast and Furry-ous" as part of their rotation of Looney Tunes cartoon shorts? I haven't been finding it here...
Instead, Boomerang seems to prefer airing "The Fast and the Furry," the 2005 Tom and Jerry direct-to-video movie of nearly the same name by the very same studio.