me too and I enjoyed very much.It was only a thing last year. I wish for it to return but I doubt it.
Hulu Live TV helped to lift Boomerang up because it is included in basic tier.I doubt the channel will shut down in the near future at least. While the channel gets low ratings due to it not being available in every cable operator, it's still doing good enough for the channel that's available limitedly only.
I've seen T&J and LT getting over 100,000 a few times couple months ago. I forgot the source but I will link it here at some point when I find it again. That's the reason they air those shows endlessly.
Just like every network, they milk their shows a lot because of high ratings, that is how the TV business runs nowadays to keep their channel somehow relevant due to streaming.
I agree. Not much to add on to this.@LinusFan303 said it better than I could, but Boomerang will stay around as long as it's doing what its' parent company wants it to do, even if that's not we want it to do. Right now Da Boom is cheap to run and it makes Warner some money due to its' being bundled with other channels like Turner Classic Movies. Boomerang won't shut down entirely unless it stops making Warner money.
At the very most, Boomerang US could potentially rebrand into a Cartoonito channel like some of the international Boomerangs, but I don't see that happening as early as next year either.
As in the US, it would be depends on cable, satellite and IPTV carriage, if Discovery Family is carried in most companies so they likely to win to be rebrand as Cartoonito since Boomerang isn't carried by most companies.I'm more than confident they're gonna turn it into a Cartoonito channel like they did with Boomerang Latin America
Well if that's going to be the case, CN should start a programming block where they air reruns of their Cartoon Cartoons Fridays shows on Saturday or Sunday morningsI'm more than confident they're gonna turn it into a Cartoonito channel like they did with Boomerang Latin America