Hasbro Studios, the Los Angeles-based entertainment division of Hasbro, Inc., announced today that Cartoon Network, the regularly top-rated primetime network for boys’ ages 6-11 and 9-14, will become the U.S home of the brand new series, Transformers: Robots in Disguise.
Come along with brothers Wirt and Greg on their puzzling adventures filled with twists and turns, friends and foes. Cartoon Network’s first animated miniseries Over The Garden Wall will premiere over five consecutive nights beginning Monday, November 3 at 7pm ET/PT.
Some unexpected news has recently occurred on Toonami, causing massive changes to the schedule. Due to this and the other changes made before this event occurred, a Toonami roundup is in order.
The Toonami Tumblr has announced today that at a very last minute notice to them, Cartoon Network has “written off” two series and the network will no longer be able to air them.
Recognizing bullying as a health, educational and legal issue that affects millions of kids and families each year, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan have joined Cartoon Network's recently announced "I Speak Up" call-to-action asking one million people to upload and share "I Speak Up" mobile videos to help fight bullying.
As has been the case for a while now, the kids cable networks aren’t making many big changes and are playing things pretty safe season-to-season. In days of yore, said networks would usually change things up for the summer months and then shake their schedules up again for the fall. Not so much any more.
After two seasons and 52 episodes, Cartoon Network decided to end The Looney Tunes Show. However, one of those last episodes, "Superrabbit," went unaired in the United States when the last premieres aired in August 2013. This Sunday, the network will finally broadcast that episode.
Cartoon Network was the only top kids network to achieve delivery gains (+5% to +7%) vs. last summer among targeted kids 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14 during Total Day.
Many celebrities have been taking the “ice bucket challenge” which started out as a for-all charity event but has transformed currently into one specifically for ALS.
DHX Media, a leading independent creator, producer, distributor, licensor, and broadcaster of children’s entertainment content, is in production on Supernoobs, a brand-new 2D animated kids’ comedy, commissioned by TELETOON Canada, and acquired by Cartoon Network US.