Starting next Monday, July 30, the Boomerang TV network is make another set of big schedule changes. This time many classic and modern TV series, as well as recent Boomerang originals, are returning to the line-up.
It’s official, you’re coming to Summer Camp Island! Created by Julia Pott, the show follows best friends Oscar and Hedgehog at an incredible, magical sleepaway camp where things aren’t quite what they seem to be.
After only 12 days with the previous new line-up, Boomerang made last minute changes to their schedule that started today.
The same day the Boomerang SVOD service announces their future plans, the Boomerang TV channel’s new schedule starting next week appeared on Zap2it. And it’s a big one!
As Boomerang streams into its second year, the premium video subscription service is revealing some of its new, 2018 offerings for kids, families and animation fans.
Starting January 1, Boomerang is bringing back some classic series, including a few Cartoon Network originals.
Starting this Monday (April 3rd), Boomerang is altering their line-up once again, something they’ve done each month this year.
Turner and Warner Bros. are launching a new premium streaming service, Boomerang, this spring.
This March, Boomerang is brining back Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?, Sylvester & Tweety, Tom & Jerry Tales, Chowder and Billy & Mandy.
Starting Monday, February 6th, TeenNick and The Splat are making big changes to their line-ups. Marathons are now the name of the schedule game. Two-hour marathon blocks fill much of the line-up.
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Tune into Boomerang on Saturday, March 19 at 10 a.m. for an action-packed hour with Super Hero High, a special featuring the stellar lineup of female Super Heroes from DC Super Hero Girls, the new comic universe from Warner Bros. Consumer Products, DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation and Mattel.
For the first time in quite some time, Boomerang is drastically altering their line-up. The only new addition is the new WB Animation series, Bunnicula, which premieres Saturday, Feb. 6 at 6:30pm (all times Eastern).
Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. announced today that together, the two Time Warner companies are deepening their ongoing partnership with a global agreement that will build on the company’s two-network strategy by strengthening the pipeline of original content being developed for the recently rebranded Boomerang, the beloved network known for its funny and timeless contemporary animation.
Momentum and growth across all screens are driving Cartoon Network into the 2015-16 Upfront. Powered by number one shows and breakout new series, Cartoon was the only top kids network to see ratings growth in 2014.
Say goodbye to the 15 years of similar packaging and logo for Cartoon Network’s Boomerang channel.
While we still don’t have an official rebrand date, it’s clear Boomerang is moving toward that direction very fast.
Still gearing up for a 2015 rebrand, Boomerang will celebrate Christmas with nightly specials starting December 15.
As if Teen Titans Go! and The Amazing World of Gumball don’t air enough on Cartoon Network, starting December 1 they’ll both air on Boomerang as well.
Cartoon Network and Boomerang are back on DISH Network today.