Interesting that date of CN's 30th Birthday fell on the Day of the week were the Broadcast Networks used to air Cartoons in the Morning until Litton Entertainment (Now Hearst) ruined it with there Live Action E/I Trash
One Day, the scrapped rebranding of Paramount Network into a movie channel will basically become true on Nick, because WTF 22 movie airings, more PP spam, and Friends takes over almost all of N@N. At least there's two new series, and one of them airs 12 times between 2 episodes...
I think CN did a perfect job with it's 30th Birthday, it's basically 20th Anniversary Branding from 10 Years ago but even without those Primal Screen 20th Anniversary Bumpers with all of the CN Characters, it's basically a good Anniversary Branding
With Disney+ adding Anime in Japan and with CN and WBA producing new Anime and Action Cartoons, Paramount needs to do something to compete with Disney, Warner Bros, Netflix, AMC Networks and especially Sony in the Anime Market either buying an Anime Distributor, create a alliance with a Anime Studio or producing Anime in-house with a Anime Studio providing the animation production
Pixar's Next Film, Got an PG-13 rating from the MPAA? I think that's a good idea, Since Pixar can do more with the PG-13 Rating, Despite these PG-13 Movies selling toys aimed a 7-12 Year Olds. Well Pixar, you won an award for Expermenting with PG-13 Films.
It's interesting how Barbie: It Takes Two has recast 5 characters. Brooklyn Barbie & Rafa are voiced by Tatiana Varria & Nicolas Roye instead of Amber May & Alejandro Saab. Chelsea is voiced by Anna McGill instead of Cassidy Naber & Natalie Lashkari. Trey is voiced by the late Billy Kametz instead of Eamon Brennan. Whittaker Reardon doesn't have a credited voice actor, but it's not Johnny Yong Bosch.