I've been thinking on it some more, and there's one small difference:Cartoon Network today announced its programming line-up for 2007 at its annual Upfront event in New York City. The slate will offer five new original series, including Re-Animated, an extension of the network’s first movie featuring live-action and animation. The network also announced a second...www.animationmagazine.net
It was. Also notice how Snyder cancelled literally all of Samples' shows in 2007-2010!
You were right last month about OKKO. I just didn't realize it that much. Miller's era always felt like a continuation of Snyder until now.
The final episode of Dexter's Lab aired in November, 2003. "Foster's Home" premiered in August, 2004.
The final episodes of "Foster's Home" aired in May, 2009. "Adventure Time" premiered in April, 2010.
The final episode of Adventure Time aired in September 2018. "OK KO" premiered....one year prior, in August, 2017.
I'm just wondering if something MORE AWESOME than "OK KO" is set to premiere in the next few months and truly kick off the next era. I wonder if 2017, 2018 and 2019 are gonna be like 2007, 2008 and 2009: Back then we thought the "Noods" era was going to be a long term thing, but it was cut short in early 2010. Cartoon Network "re-calibrated" and decided to go with the "Check it" brand and focus on Adventure Time/Regular Show.
Due to the Warner Bros./Cartoon Network management shuffling, I'm just wondering 2017/2018/2019 are going to be an era cut short as management alters the game plan for the network.