Lizard People Are Real According to the Babies in Rugrats #6 Comic

Thanks to Grandpa Lou and his tin foil conspiracy theories, Tommy and the babies have come to the horrifying conclusion that lizard people are real. While Lou was showing Tommy the “evidence” of how the moon landing was fake, Stu and Didi puts a stop to Tommy being sucked into the conspiracy world at such a young age. Stu announces that he’s taking the babies to the golf course, but Lou insists that the golf course is the “classic hangout of the world’s elite aka the reptilian-lizard people”. He also pushed the conspiracy even further by mentioning that the golf course has pyramids and windmills in one place.

While the babies were at the golf course, Tommy tried to convince the others of Grandpa’s claims. At first Chuckie, Phil & Lil were not buying the fact that lizard people are real, but after Tommy’s many explanations; such as how the pyramids were built without trucks back in the ancient Egyptian days and how grandpa Lou is older than his dad, so he MUST be smarter, the babies might be convinced after all.

You can find out on March 28 for the price of $3.99! Rugrats #6 was published by KaBOOM, an imprint of BOOM! Studios and written by Box Brown. Lisa DuBois serves as the artist, Eleonora Bruni as the colorist, Jand im Campbell as the letterer. Cover artists are Jorge Corona as the main and Derek Charm as the subscription artist. Check out the preview of Rugrats #6 below!



Nickelodeon Unleashes a Social VR Experience ‘SlimeZone’ to IMAX Centres

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Nickelodeon and IMAX Corporation (NYSE: IMAX) have partnered to bring SlimeZone, the network’s first multi-player social virtual reality (VR) experience, to IMAX VR Centres globally. Created in the Nickelodeon Entertainment Lab, SlimeZone allows up to six players to step inside the Nickelodeon virtual world, play games, watch cartoons and slime friend​s. SlimeZone debuts today exclusively at IMAX VR Centres in Los Angeles, New York City and Toronto, and is scheduled to launch at centers in Shanghai, Bangkok and Manchester (UK) soon.

SlimeZone features characters from popular Nickelodeon series such as Hey Arnold, SpongeBob Squarepants, The Loud House, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles & The Legend of Korra. 

“Our SlimeZone partnership with IMAX lets kids and families interact with Nickelodeon properties and characters by bringing them to life in new and innovative ways,” said Cyma Zarghami, President, Nickelodeon Group. “This new VR experience will also show the creative community how we are using technology to create unique forms of entertainment for all ages.”


“IMAX VR is designed to be a highly social, group experience – which makes Nickelodeon’s SlimeZone a perfect fit to bring to our centres,” says David Campbell, Executive Vice President of Corporate Development and Theatre Operations, IMAX Corp. “We are excited that IMAX VR players will get exclusive access to this exciting, fun and family-friendly virtual world.”

SlimeZone is a multi-player social VR experience that allows kids and families the opportunity to interact in a Nickelodeon-designed virtual world.  After selecting an avatar, users of all ages can slime blast their friends with Nickelodeon’s iconic green slime, play games such as ping pong and basketball, create art projects using glitter streams and colorful paint, and watch fan-favorite Nickelodeon cartoons.

Non-virtual reality players can participate alongside their friends and family as they explore the Nickelodeon world in spectator mode, by flying a virtual drone from a device to slime players.


Nickelodeon first debuted SlimeZone at VidCon US 2017, an annual multi-genre online video conference.  SlimeZone was built using Epic’s Unreal Engine and Nvidia FleX particle system for slime simulation.

Launched in 2017, the Nickelodeon Entertainment Lab focuses on long-range research and development of emerging technologies. The Lab experiments with VR, mixed-reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence to provide Nickelodeon artists and creators with innovative tools that inspire new ways to tell stories for the next generation of kids.

Nickelodeon recently announced a financial investment in Dreamscape Immersive, the location-based VR startup, whereby both entities have committed to produce an experience using Nickelodeon’s IP for kids and families.

Check out the official trailer:

For pricing, availability and show times, please visit

Butch Hartman Has Left Nickelodeon After 20 Years

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For those of us who grew up watching Nickelodeon and are still devoted fans, we all know that shows such as Fairly OddParents & Danny Phantom reigned supreme at one point in time and we can all thank the man behind the shows as well. Butch Hartman has announced that he has left Nickelodeon after 20 years of animation gold. It is a rather bitter-sweet moment, because while most may be shambles because our childhoods are in a uproar, we should also wish Butch the best of luck in his future endeavors.

His career started with a short cartoon that ran on Fred Seibert’s cartoon incubator show Oh Yeah! Cartoons, which turned into a very successful full series that went on to be one of Nickelodeon’s longest-running series. That cartoon just happens to be Fairly OddParents, and later Butch Hartman went on to create other series on the network such as Danny Phantom, T.U.F.F. Puppy and Bunsen is a Beast. Hartman announced his departure from Nickelodeon via a video from his evergrowing YouTube channel. He has already made it clear that there is no bad blood between him and the network and that his time working there has been fantastic.

“I must tell you, I have had the time of my life at Nickelodeon. I have never been disappointed. I have never been let down. I have been treated extremely well by everybody there…”

Of course he did explain that these type of things do eventually happen in a career, especially in Hollywood. It is totally understandable and I fully respect his decision. What a relief to learn that Butch’s departure wasn’t under bad circumstances. I reached out to Nickelodeon for a statement and here’s what I got:

“We are grateful for all the stories and characters Butch Hartman brought to fans for the past 20 years and wish him the best. He will always be a part of the Nickelodeon family.”

Hartman also announced the decision to end Bunsen is a Beast and his plans to self-release a new project called Elf Detective and several other projects that have not been announced yet. It is unknown right now what will happen with Fairly OddParents, though we already know it and Hartman’s other shows are property of Nickelodeon’s parent company Viacom. It will be interesting to see what direction that will go in. But for now, I think I can speak for many of us when I say: thank you Butch Hartman. Thank you for 20 years of animation gold and memories from our childhood that we can look back at with joy. Once again, good luck to Butch Hartman and we will be covering & supporting your future projects here at Cartoon Buzz.


Reptar Fanatics Will Love the Upcoming Rugrats Comic Special

Something commonly noticed about The Rugrats series was, though Reptar was the fictional dinosaur that Tommy and the gang loved, he was also a real-life favorite to many viewers of The Rugrats. This eventually led to the pop culture entertainment chain FYE releasing the fictional products that was often featured in the Rugrats series, Reptar Cereal and Reptar Bars. Everything that we’ve ever loved about the series came to life, and now we get to see our favorite fictional dinosaur back in action in this new and upcoming Rugrats comic: RUGRATS: R IS FOR REPTAR 2018 SPECIAL #1. Full press release and cover artwork below.


LOS ANGELES—(January 17, 2018) – BOOM! Studios today announced RUGRATS: R IS FOR REPTAR 2018 SPECIAL #1, an all-new oversized one shot comic about everyone’s favorite T-Rex arrives in stores April 2018. When the power goes out at the Pickles home, the babies and adults come together to share their own personal favorite Reptar stories. This graphic novel is based on Nickelodeon’s original animated series, Rugrats.

Writer Nicole Andelfinger (Munchkin), along with artists Edras Cristóbal (Marvel Adventures), Sarah Webb (Kochab), Brittney Williams (Goldie Vance) and Ilaria Catalani, deliver a unique collection of short stories by Grandpa Lou, Phil & Lil, Angelica Pickles, Susie Carmichael and Tommy Pickles, each sharing their own version of Reptar.

“The fans demanded it and now we’re thrilled to put the spotlight on Reptar,” said Whitney Leopard, Editor, BOOM! Studios. “While you’ve seen the world’s favorite green dino in our monthly Rugrats series, we knew that was only the beginning. Now you’re going to see that there’s no such thing as too much Reptar!”


RUGRATS: R IS FOR REPTAR 2018 SPECIAL #1 features a main cover by Savanna Ganucheau (Adventure Time Comics) and a variant cover by Matt Frank (Godzilla). This special is the latest release from BOOM! Studios’ critically acclaimed KaBOOM! imprint, publisher of world-class licensed series such as Rocko’s Modern LifeSteven UniverseOver the Garden WallPeanuts, and Garfield, along with original series like Brave Chef Brianna by Sam Sykes and Selina Espiritu, and The Deep by Tom Taylor and James Brouwer.

10 Nostalgic Nickelodeon Christmas Specials

Growing up can be a drag when you realize that some things will just never be the same. No more waking up to brand new toys under the tree and spending the entire day happy, cheerful, and responsibility-free. But… something that will always remain no matter how old you get is the cartoons! Nickelodeon had some of the best animated Christmas specials ever to air on television. If you aren’t in the spirit yet, you just need a little reminder of the episodes that made Christmas time excitable.

1. Fairly OddParents “Christmas Every Day” (2001)

fairly-oddparents-christmas-every-dayAirdate: December 12, 2001

As Christmas approaches, which is Timmy’s favorite holiday, he makes the ultimate wish in hopes it will remain Christmas every day. It seemed like the perfect wish for a 10-year-old kid until it wasn’t.

2. SpongeBob Squarepants “Christmas Who?” (2000)

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SpongeBob, Patrick, and the rest of the Bikini Bottom residents learn the true meaning of Christmas. Well, sorta. It has a catchy musical number that we all know the words to so there’s that!

3. Rocko’s Modern Life “Rocko’s Modern Christmas” (1994)

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Rocko tried to get into the Christmas spirit, but when there’s no snow outside and his party invitees are no-shows, it becomes rather difficult.

4. Hey Arnold “Arnold’s Christmas” (1996)

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Arnold is destined to find the Christmas miracle that Mr. Hyunh is longing for, his long-lost daughter.

5. Rugrats “The Santa Experience” (1992)

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The adults take the babies up to the mountain cabin for a Christmas celebration. Angelica’s devious ways may have earned her a big lump of coal and a spot on Santa’s naughty list.

6. Danny Phantom “The Fright Before Christmas” (2005)

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When it comes to Christmas, Danny isn’t having any of it. When his friends call him out on it, he attempts to destroy anything Christmas-related in Ghost World to relieve his stress, which he soon learns was a mistake.

7. As Told by Ginger “An Even Steven Holiday Special” (2001)

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When Ginger learns that she is part Jewish, she decides to celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah. Unfortunately, this becomes a problem to best friend Dodie, who insists that she is abandoning Christmas.

8. Jimmy Neutron “Holly Jolly Jimmy” (2003)

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After Jimmy tells his friends that he doesn’t believe him Santa, it leads the crew to the North Pole to get answers.

9. Invader Zim “The Most Horrible X-Mas Ever” (2002)

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Being amazed at how much power Santa has over humans during Christmas time, Zim creates a Santa suit and pretends to be him to gain control.

10. Doug “Doug’s Christmas Story” (1993)

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Porkchop is accused of attacking Beebe, which puts his life on the line and Doug’s Christmas spirit is in shambles.




Hey Arnold Fans Are Officially Petitioning for Season 6

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Hey Arnold fans are experiencing some post-revival movie syndrome, which means they want more. The Jungle Movie brought back a lot of nostalgic feelings and memories for those who have watched the show since it’s premiere in the 90s. Should Hey Arnold continue for a sixth season? Well, earlier this year at New York Comic Con, the creator and cast didn’t deny it one bit but instead insisted that if The Jungle Movie did well, it could lead to a season 6 or further. There isn’t a doubt that this movie did the right numbers for the franchise to be revived.

After The Jungle Movie’s big premiere, all of the fan theories and mysteries that ever existed about Hey Arnold were solved. Helga and Arnold are a couple, after years of Helga suppressing her feelings through angry tactics towards him. Phoebe and Gerald were always favored to end up together, so it’s about time! Brainy finally got closure from Helga after being knocked out a few thousand times throughout the series. I’d say Helga truly received the most character development in this movie. But the long-awaited mystery was truly unveiled when Arnold found his parents alive and well. If only we can hear all of the sighs of relief from everyone watching. Something to also note and be relieved about is seeing Pigeon Man again. Let’s just say there’s a fan theory out there that painted a dark picture for that character. Moving on!

Now that the movie came, conquered, and made many emotional, why shouldn’t there be a season 6? This isn’t a bad idea and the team is behind it and willing to make it happen. Rebooting Hey Arnold will make room for new adventures and really set the stage for Arnold and Helga’s relationship. Plus, seeing life at home for Miles and Stella as they raise their son is something worth watching. I can see why there are people defending this idea. Hopefully, the network backs this because the fans sure are. Recently a petition was created and it’s spreading like wildfire, so if you want to support Hey Arnold having a sixth season, you can find the petition link below:

Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie Answers All of Your Burning Questions

It’s here. The highly anticipated revival film of Hey Arnold, Nickelodeon’s classic series. Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie aired tonight on Nickelodeon and it answered the ultimate question: What happened to Arnold’s parents?


What a brilliant way to spend Thanksgiving weekend than to watch the conclusion to a show that ended 10+ years ago. Arnold and the gang headed off to San Lorenzo to unfold the mysteries of his parent’s whereabouts. First off, bravo to creators and writers behind Hey Arnold. It was exciting, hilarious, mindblowing, and emotional to a lot of us who grew up watching Hey Arnold as kids. As someone in their twenties, this movie definitely brought my childhood self back out of me. It was a breath of fresh air to finally receive some kind of closure and conclude the cliffhanger once and for all. There was so much that happened in this movie that words can barely express it. Beware, this article contains spoilers. If you haven’t watched The Jungle Movie yet, it will be playing on Nickelodeon & TeenNick’s NickSplat block all weekend and possibly into next week. Also, prepare to have your mind blown.

1) Turns out Arnold’s last name was a revelation to a lot of people.


The name’s Shortman, Arnold Shortman. This piece of information has been on the internet for some time now but I guess some weren’t convinced. Who knew Grandpa Phil was calling him by his last name all along?

2) We finally figure out Mr. Simmons’ plus one?

We’re rooting for Mr. Simmons and Peter.



We’ve waited over a decade for this. HELGA FINALLY GOT HER MAN.

4) Love is in the air for Gerald & Phoebe as well!


Gerald and Phoebe are an item! We’ve always known this was going to happen. Our nostalgic hearts can’t take it.

It’s the moment of truth. Are you ready for this one?

5) YES, Arnold found his parents!


Miles and Stella Shortman were found, and they were reunited with Arnold and the rest of the boarding house family. The sight of Arnold’s pupils growing as he realizes that he no longer has to dream about finding his parents because they are right in front of him was almost too emotional to handle.

6) Brainy is the hero of the entire movie


Brainy’s obsession with Helga finally paid off. He managed to be the reason that Arnold and Helga are a thing, and that Arnold found his parents. Plus, he got a kiss from Helga. Brainy has officially won the game of life.

Thank you to Craig Bartlett, the Hey Arnold team, and Nickelodeon. You’ve let many relive their childhood tonight. Now, about a season 6…


Throwback Thursday: Sniz and Fondue, One of KaBlam’s Best

Thursdays are for throwbacks, and that means it’s time to get nostalgic. Today for #TBT we’re looking back at one of the best animated short series from Nickelodeon’s classic cartoon variety series, KaBlam – Sniz and Fondue.


Anthology series just aren’t seen at all anymore in modern times. Shows like KaBlam! gave you a chance to watch many awesome cartoons within a cartoon. One of those, Sniz and Fondue, just hits home when you watch it again because it feels like it was just yesterday that it was still airing on television. Sniz and Fondue was a series of animated shorts created by Michael Pearlstein that aired on KaBlam from 1996 to 1997. The series defined the everyday lives of Sniz Bronkowski and Sneaky Fondue, two ferrets who are roommates with two other characters as well, Snuppa Doojers and Bianca Lo Bianca, who are a couple. Sniz and Fondue were inspired by characters in Michael Pearlstein’s 1990 comic book “Puppy Action!” published by Northstar.

There isn’t much information on what creator Michael Pearlstein is up to today, but if we ever get ahold to him in the future, we’ll be sure to interview him about the series. Sniz was voiced by Rick Gomez, who has worked on a ton of series (animted and live-action) including The Loud House. Oscar Riba who voices Fondue, has also done voice work on video game Grand Theft Auto.

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Top 5 memorable episodes:

S1E03 “Mod Stylin'”

S2E07 “Clubbed”

S1E10 “War of the Supergeeks”

S3E02 “The Great Chili Cookoff”

S1E09 “Fashionably Fondue”

The Moment Has Come: Here’s the Trailer & Release Date for ‘Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie’

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Courtesy of Nickelodeon

It’s the moment of truth. Nickelodeon’s highly anticipated reboot movie of their classic Nicktoon, Hey Arnold, is right around the corner and before you know it we will be watching the big comeback on our TV screens.

‘Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie’ continues a journey that was last left off over ten years ago. Arnold Shortman is a 10-year-old calm & optimistic boy who resides in the city of Hillwood where he faces everyday life and challenges along with his neighborhood friends who he also attends school with. He lives in a boarding house with his paternal grandparents and other non-relative residents, who he considers to be family since he grew up living with them. Everything may seem quite alright in Arnold’s world, but throughout the series, we learn that there is a deep curiosity that he faces. Arnold wants to know what happened to his parents. Stella & Miles Shortman are Arnold’s mother & father, who dropped him off with Phil & Gertrude when he was a small child to go help the people of San Lorenzo, who are suffering from a terrible illness. As they flew off in the plane to begin their journey, Stella & Miles were never heard from again.

The Jungle Movie is going to answer all of the burning questions that many fans have asked. After all these years, we are finally going to learn the fate and whereabouts of Arnold’s missing parents. There was a lot of new and exciting information that was just revealed at the Hey Arnold Panel at New York Comic Con 2017! For starters, Craig Bartlett apologized for the cliffhanger ending to the last Hey Arnold movie:

“I was daring Nickelodeon not to make it…and they didn’t.”Bartlett stated at NYCC

It was also discussed that the show is very real and brings awareness to serious topics, and it is confirmed that such as Miriam Pataki being an alcoholic & Chocolate Boy’s addiction. It was also teasted that if  ‘The Jungle Movie’ does well, there coud be a sixth season on the way!

So here it is… the official trailer for Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie – airs on Nickelodeon Friday, November 24, 2017:

Last year it was reported that most of the original cast are back to reprise their original roles.

“The voice actors reprising their famed roles include: Francesca Marie Smith (The Prince of Egypt) as Helga; Anndi McAfee (Tom and Jerry: The Movie) as Phoebe; Justin Shenkarow (Recess) as Harold; Olivia Hack (Family Guy) as Rhonda; Nika Futterman (The Boxtrolls) as Olga; Dan Butler (Frasier) as Mr. Simmons; Dan Castellaneta (The Simpsons) as Grandpa; Tress MacNeille (The Simpsons) as Grandma; Antoinette Stella (Melrose Place, writer) as Stella; Carlos Alazraqui (Happy Feet) as Eduardo; Dom Irrera (Back at the Barnyard) as Ernie; Maurice LaMarche (Futurama) as Bob Pataki; Kath Soucie (Rugrats) as Miriam; Danielle Judovits (Toy Story) as Big Patty; Danny Cooksey (The Lorax) as Stoop Kid; Jim Belushi (According to Jim) as Coach Wittenberg; and Craig Bartlett as Miles.” Taken from the official press release.

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We Need to Talk About the Scheduling Problem with Nickelodeon & Cartoon Network

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There is a serious issue going on right now with animated series on TV networks and we aren’t talking about it enough. Well, it’s at least serious to the common animation enthusiasts like you & me. If I would’ve told you 15 years ago that the variety in animation lineups on networks like Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network would decrease greatly, you would probably think I’m a bit of a nut. In fact, if this was 15 years ago, we wouldn’t be having this discussion would we know? But it’s 2017, and that means SpongeBob Squarepants has taken over Nickelodeon & Teen Titans Go has taken over Cartoon Network. I mean, of course, we aren’t bashing these shows or the networks whatsoever, because the shows aren’t exactly the problem. It’s the lack of animated TV variety on their TV schedules. What happened to the glorious concept of variety and keeping things less-repetitive? I mean this issue has been made into a meme for crying out loud. YouTube videos like Modern Nickelodeon In a Nutshell or Cartoon Network in a Nutshell will help you grasp what exactly we are dealing with here. One of the things that made Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network great were the variety of both their animated series & how they incorporated it into their daily schedules. Let’s get a deeper look into the outrage.

There’s a reason why 90’s & early 2000’s nostalgia is such a huge phenomenon. There was a wide variety of cartoons on networks like Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network. Kids who loved cartoons always knew what channels to turn to, and they knew those channels would never disappoint them. 90’s Nick or CN fans aren’t trying to be edgy by bashing the modern lineup of these networks, but they just miss these networks not playing the same shows over and over again. I mean compared to now, there were a ton of cartoons on Nickelodeon that were popular and loved, so much that the network eventually branded their animated shows. Nicktoons was born and it had a wide variety of shows to keep the youngins (and even the adults) happy such as Doug, Rugrats, Ren & Stimpy, Hey Arnold, Kablam, Rocko’s Modern Life, Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, The Angry Beavers, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, Rocket Power, The Wild Thornberrys, As Told by Ginger, Invader Zim… shall I go on or do you get how powerful this network was? Not only did Nickelodeon have a wide variety of cartoons, but the daily lineup wasn’t repetitive whatsoever.

Here’s a TV schedule for Nickelodeon from May 1999. Your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you, there were actually more than one or two shows that played that day.

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Now, for comparison purposes, here’s a TV schedule from just recently on September 22, 2017. I am just… speechless. Of course for diehard fans of SpongeBob this may not even be an issue, but for those who also want to see other shows along with SpongeBob on the lineup, hopefully, you can understand the frustration.

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It’s no secret that SpongeBob Squarepants has been a top priority at Nickelodeon since it first emerged, so much that other shows were seemingly pushed out of the limelight. Besides SpongeBob, there are only seven other animated series that are currently on Nick’s lineup today, and one of those might just be going head-to-head with the world’s famous yellow sponge. The Loud House came to the network at it’s lowest animation drought in history, and it just might be here to stay. The show has already been renewed for a third season and a feature film that is set to be released in 2020. Plus it has some good ratings, an overall positive reaction from the general public & it’s pretty much proof that not all modern cartoons suck. Nickelodeon has a handful of upcoming animated series in the next few years, so maybe that’ll turn things around for the better.

Cartoon Network luckily has a somewhat wider variety of shows that are currently airing, but Teen Titans Go seems to be the majority of the lineup. When I say majority I mean that they actually aired the show 300 TIMES IN ONE WEEK back in July 2017. That has to be the worst TV schedule I have ever seen in awhile. This is a major issue on account of Cartoon Network having some of the most brilliant shows on their lineup today. Lately, shows like Steven Universe, Adventure Time, We Bare Bears & OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes have been having either a lack of appearance or no appearance at all on CN’s TV schedule.

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Cartoon Network was once the home of many great originals and acquired series that actually had a place on the network’s TV schedule every day. Once again, for comparison purposes, here’s a TV schedule from August 2, 2002:

Cartoon network tv schedule august 2 2002


When and how did it all go wrong? Will we ever see a resolution? Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network have always dominated in the animated television industry. It will be unfortunate to see anyone’s ratings go down because of the lack of variety in their scheduling. A non-repetitive TV schedule is what kept their networks exciting and entertaining for so long. One can only hope that there’s something done about this soon.

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