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In the tribute of Cartoon Network

To celebrate the 90th anniversary of Looney Tunes, here is the tribute to Cartoon Network. Going back in the past, the Looney Tunes cartoons of the 1940’s belonged to Turner Broadcasting. In 1991, Ted Turner bought Hanna-Barbara for $320 million. In the following year, Cartoon Network was launched. In the 1990’s, the cartoons that appear on Cartoon Network including the Looney Tunes cartoons of the 1940’s, Tom and Jerry cartoons, Tex Avery cartoons, Popeye cartoons, and Hanna-Barbera cartoons. During that time, the young  people that used to work at Hanna-Barbera including Pat Ventura, Craig McCracken, Genndy Tartakovsky, Seth MacFarlane, Butch Hartman, and countless others. These people left Hanna-Barbera to do their own cartoon TV shows. Once the mid to late 1990’s came, it came the final Hanna-Barbera cartoons TV shows that appear on Cartoon Network, including Dexter‘s Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Cow and Chicken, and the Powerpuff Girls. In the late 1990’s, the post 1948 Looney Tunes cartoons had finally appeared on Cartoon Network. Unfortunately, as the 1990’s came to a close, things for Hanna Barbera started to change. In 2001, Hanna Barbera was closed down, and moved to Warner Bros. Animation. During that same year, Adult Swim was launched on Cartoon Network. Adult Swim is a nocturnal program that appears on Cartoon Network from dusk to dawn. Adult Swim is not for kids. Adult Swim is for adults. The hilarious programs that appear on Adult Swim including Family Guy, American Dad, Robot Chicken, and more.
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Jayko-15's avatar

I grew up watching Cartoon Network so I prefer it during the 90s and early 2000s.

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This channel introduced me to Tom and Jerry, Looney Tunes, Scooby-Doo and several anime.

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I enjoyed watching it with Nickelodeon and Disney Channel coming close.

Jayko-15's avatar

Those are my fave kid channels. When ranking them:

  1. Cartoon Network

  2. Disney Channel

  3. Nickelodeon

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SammyD-Productions's avatar

Back when Cartoon Network was awesome..........ah the good ol' days.

AngryBrandon88's avatar

Adult Swim should have its own channel instead of sharing space with Cartoon Network

  1. The only cartoon allowed on Cartoon Network is King of the Hill which is a edutainment cartoon that teaches children positive moral values (saving the environment, recycling certain things, planting a tree, etc) similar to those who watch other edutainment shows (SciGirls, Schoolhouse Rock, Sofia the First, etc)

  2. Adult Swim = garbage

  3. Cartoon Network should have Lady Lovely Locks which is a good alternative

  4. Boycott Cartoon Network 2 get rid of Adult Swim once and for al

StoryMan1's avatar

honestly adult swim is fun but should be a different channel all together. Also i think a good idea is to get rid of teen titans and begin taking risks with new show ideas

myjosephpatty2002's avatar
My favorite Cartoon Network is
The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends
Aqua Teen Hunger Force
Ben 10
Teen Titans
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Mccraeiscook2017205's avatar
Let’s hope the new president can make Cartoon Network great again after they cancelled Trick Moon in favor of the stupid Batman preschool show and The We Bare Bears spin-off,as well as focusing on HBO Max. Trick Moon needs to finally happen right now. Nice tribute to CN before they started making their own toons with Space Ghost,Coast To Coast and World Premiere Toons.
Lucifer666evil's avatar

batman preschool? I dont get it.

Fuschia1600's avatar
Really hope Cartoon Network gets back on its feet.

Cartoon Network should bring back everything that made them more likable. Like original Teen Titans, Kids Next Door, Total Drama Island, the 1985 and 2011 Thundercats TV shows, Xiaolin Showdown, 2005 Ben 10, S1-3 and 7-8 of Johnny Test, Samurai Jack, etc.

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