It's like my title says.... Seriously, Doom & Gloom, much??? They are right about Cable TV dying out in The US, eventually. That's it, though - especially when you consider Cable TV doing fine elsewhere in the world.
Also, those comments - talk about living in the past too much. These are the kinds of people no one should be making anything for, IMHO.
You need new and fresh ideas (as in, NOT REBOOTS) to stay relevant and keep your medium relevant, like Western animation in general could use a good kick in the rear with more of, as it is.
Besides, despite the lack of action shows, CN has pleased me quite a lot, unlike some of these people living in the past (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Gumball, We Bare Bears, Clarence, OK K.O.!, Craig of the Creek, for obvious examples; heck - MaoMao has proven to be a surprise amongst surprises for me.); so I know this is just more clickbait, deep down, rather than offering something worth conversing about.
I mean, I understand not wanting Thundercats Roar to be a thing, because it doesn't look like my cup of tea, either. Too bad this is just more blowing hot air from people who clearly don't even watch this channel anyway and just read online articles about it, just to seem in-the-loop.
Other than that, I really can't stand how negative people can be sometimes. Especially those living in the past and think everything will be better if we just brought everything from the past back and rerunned it to death, instead of coming up with and creating new & fresh ideas worth actually sitting down to, honestly. Besides, it's living in the past that got us all these disappointing and/or awful reboots on this specific channel (PPG & Ben 10, for major examples!) as it is!
So, now I ask you guys - do you agree these are just more people blowing off steam, or are you legit worried about the Future of CN, as of late, but actually have some ideas of how to hopefully turn those woes around? And NO, just handing everything off to [adult swim] or Toonami won't fix any so-called problems here. CN needs to live on so Western animation can continue to grow and get better in a real way, thank you very much!