What would you do if you were in charge of Universal Kids?

TheWolfPup2006

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I would definitely keep Universal Kids open (and NOT shut it down), but I would just create a seperate block for their preschool stuff, basically like a rebooted version of Sprout. I would also add some of the shows that are on Peacock (like Madagascar: A Little Wild, Care Bears: Adventures in Care-A-Lot, etc) to the channel too.
 

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I would definitely keep Universal Kids open (and NOT shut it down), but I would just create a seperate block for their preschool stuff, basically like a rebooted version of Sprout. I would also add some of the shows that are on Peacock (like Madagascar: A Little Wild, Care Bears: Adventures in Care-A-Lot, etc) to the channel too.
What else?
 

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I would actually, nowadays, make it a hub for primarily action and sci-fi shows(since the Universal Writers Program is focusing on those, and there’s a dearth of them on linear tv)
 

ThomasSirHandel

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NBCUniversal and Dreamworks could buy the BabyFirst channel slot (BabyFirst is useless as 24/7 channel IMO) and use that channel for their older kids stuff with the current Universal Kids channel reverting back to Sprout. BabyFirst could be rebooted as a block on TLC given they originally started out with Kids shows.
 
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