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  • What do you think would be a good name for a combined Paramount+/Peacock streaming service? (It should include the Showtime streamer as well.)
    How about this: Sony buys 20th Century and its IP, then Disney acquires all of Sony Pictures' IP (except for the Japanese ones), allowing Disney to resurrect Columbia Pictures and TriStar Pictures as their non-family/Marvel/Lucasfilm units (standard for Columbia, indie/art house for TriStar), although they could use different names.
    Because of their small size, I think Paramount Global and Comcast should merge their streaming services (Paramount+, Showtime Stream, and Peacock) into one. It would be called "All-Access".
    If Disney were to sell 20th Century Studios, they could just keep the rights to the Ice Age, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Night at the Museum, and the TCS/Marvel films, since the former three have Disney-produced sequels/spin-offs/reboots.
    I think Nickelodeon and Disney Channel should follow Cartoon Network's footsteps and make PG-rated shows (live action shows and cartoons).
    SweetShop209
    SweetShop209
    Well, The Proud Family: Louder And Prouder and the non-Lego Star Wars animated projects on Disney Plus are rated PG (for the former, it's the first time a Disney Television Animation show got that rating).
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    I'd be OK with mature content as long as it's not just a bunch of gratuitous shock jokes. I'd rather watch a kids' show with some adult jokes than a "mature" show that's just a lot of locker room humor and trying to be edgy.
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    I can't speak for Nickelodeon, but Disney does produce adult content. They just don't use the Disney name for those productions. Rather, they use one of their pseudonyms like Touchtone Pictures or Hollywood Pictures.
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    I think Nickelodeon should have their toy-driven/reboots of classic SatAM shows like Monster High, The Smurfs, Garfield, Transformers EarthSpark, etc. be on Saturday mornings for episode premieres! This idea would help with the waits for other Nick cartoons, and would at least bring back the good ol' Saturday morning cartoon tradition!
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    This is a great idea! What would you call such block?
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    So sorta like KOL Secret Slumber Party/KEWLopolis/Cookie Jar TV, but on Nickelodeon, eh?
    Here’s an idea that I think Netflix should do: Partner with another major studio or two for film distribution. Said major studio would have the theatrical and physical media distribution rights, while Netflix would have the streaming distribution rights.
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    That's an interesting idea for Netflix's more 'prestigious' films. Which studio would be the distributor? I think Sony is the only major studio without a streaming service.
    Elijah Abrams
    Elijah Abrams
    Either Universal or Warner Bros could be another one of the two studios that would distribute Netflix’s films in theatres. A mini-major, basically Lionsgate, could join in too.
    Marty
    Marty
    not until netflix gives apologies to blockbuster
    I’m worried that the other streamers will decline on taking in Batman: Caped Crusader, the Gumball movie, and the other "originally planned for HBO Max" projects, leading to WBD giving up and scrapping them.
    With all the negative PR, especially that lawsuit, lately, are the board of directors and shareholders of WBD upset with David Zaslav?
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    SilentYoda
    SilentYoda
    For shareholders, yes and I don't know about board of directors.

    @LinusFan303 begs differently about related to Phone Company - see his post in WBD acquisition thread.
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    TheMisterManGuy
    TheMisterManGuy
    I think it's more so AT&T since this was from when the company was called WarnerMedia.
    I'm worried that the Animation Guild will fail to negotiate that new union contract with the IATSE, making that "#NewDeal4Animation" movement all for nothing.
    ThePharaohZ
    ThePharaohZ
    Another worry of mine is that animators may be blacklisted (just like Micah Wright, even though Wright was only the creator) for causing so much "trouble".
    Looks like Rolie Polie Olie is coming back, according to creator William Joyce! Do Nelvana and/or Disney know about this?
    I'm surprised that Nick is proceeding to air the upcoming It's Pony episode "Sick Annie" as planned, despite what's going on in the world.
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He's the most popular artist on The Drawing Board, so I hardly need to pimp @Palk Áron 2002 's Arts.


But his banners are so spiffy I'll pimp them anyways. Give them a second (or third) look.
About @Frontier's concern on the recent DCEU plans, while I understand his worries, I really hope it doesn't mean it's the end of non-DCEU content like the DTV animated films but yeah.
Oh, and I feel like I should add: contrary to Bart's accurate calling out of Comic Book Guy's nitpicking when this show was on network TV, I PAID for Disney+ to watch The Simpsons, thank you very much, so I think I'm entitled to a certain level of customer satisfaction. Maybe it's because it's cheap, because HBO Max certainly delivers, and boy, that one's pricey.

This quote used to be a hilarious meme I'd use to counter salty fanboys. But now that I've seen it in context of the episode... yikes. No wonder the Simpsons went downhill when the writers thought so little of what garbage they're feeding their audience. Meanwhile, South Park...

Also, ironically, this quote felt far more obnoxious than most of SP's lines because of the context.
episode 4 of the really loud house has the same stock scream sound effect from that "its monday... already?" garfield meme

and they play it twice in 15 seconds

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