Sinclair To Launch 'KidsClick' Multiplatform Programming Block For Children

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Fight the darkness all around
Mar 17, 2010
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I don't think their schedule is too hard to grasp anymore. Weekends and weekdays are on a different run. Weekends only air premieres twice a month (premiere, rerun of the last weekend, premiere, rerun of the last weekend). They've seemed to mostly fix the weekday lineup so that it's not a constant rerun cycle.

I'm calling it:
KidsClick will be discontinued by the end of 2017 in exchange for more "Go Time," or will launch as a separate channel.
Two extremes, huh.
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Kiratto PriChan, On Air!
Jul 5, 2010
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It looks like this weekend they're finally going to run Team Hot Wheels: The Origin of Awesome, which was the first DTV/special.
It also played in theaters for two days via Fathom Events. I saw it because it came out on my birthday. I liked the robot in that special. "My name is Jerry! Would you like to get a drink?".
Also, is it just me, or does KidsClick showing a movie remind anyone else of the old 4Kids "Popcorn for Breakfast" block?


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Jun 27, 2007
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Here's a link to the iOS app. I can't tell if there's an Android version or if Sinclair is just blocking me from seeing it due to region restrictions.

I've noticed they're running a Zak Storm contest with Chuck E. Cheese. They followed up the promo with an ad for Bandai's toyline based on the series. They're ever so slowly starting to resemble a network block.
Unfortunately, you have to be 21 in order to enter. It kind of makes you wonder who this block is really for (well it makes me wonder, anyway)...


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