Animaniacs is also a bit after the time of the core demographic for MeTV. This is still a boomer's nostalgia channel first and foremost, and while I know that the series has always had older fans, I don't see it being a fit for the network.
Personally though, while I do understand why many speculate that Scooby will be next, and I can see it, I get the impression that MeTV is focusing on cartoons that aimed a little older since day 1, like the classic theatrical shorts and primetime series such as The Flintstones and The Jetsons. That's why I'd assume that Top Cat and/or Jonny Quest are next.
MeTV does have Saved by the Bell for some reason, which sticks out like a sore thumb in their line-up.
I have been watching some Jetsons at random on Prime (leaves Sunday ). Some of the 60s episodes are really nice remastered prints I assume are taken from the 2019 Blu-Ray release. One episode even has the original Saran wrap and mouthwash commercials! Others however are relatively washed out syndication prints with the 80s intro\outro and title cards. A strange package. Picture quality of the 80s episodes is also variable, although I understand that might be at least partly due to the episodes themselves (some were shot on film, the majority on video).
Clearly, People seemed to forget that the late Chrtistine Cavanaugh who originally voiced Chuckie Finster on Rugrats, retired from Voice Acting in like 2001, and Nancy Cartwright took over the role since then.
The winner of this matchup is Harpy Gee, which got 5 votes. Both Yoyotoki Happy Ears and Marisa And The Mirror got 0 votes. Now we go into the final round with a 3 way matchup. It's between Missing The Mark, Harpy Gee, and Pizza Pilot.