What do you mean by this one?It's funny that people wanted the change, they got it. Yet they still complain. Schedules are actually better than they were in 2020. This week isn't good but it has had a good schedule usually. There are also changes every week now, not the same auto-pilot one.
Ok.As long as this Discovery thing goes, I don't think they will control it much and let WB control it since they actually know how to handle cartoons unlike Discovery execs. So pretty much no changes to the kids TV and HBO Max animated side, I'm sure.
Hasbro doesn't have that kind of money. They couldn't own a channel by themselves, and after what happened with The Hub, I doubt that Hasbro would want to give that another shot. They don't have enough programming to run a 24/7 channel by themselves anyway. If The Hub has taught us anything, it's that having a cable channel run by a toy company is a bad idea.Which is why Hasbro should just buy it from them.
If anything, they should put the Warner Bros. side of the business in charge. They can handle animated programs far better.
Warner Bros. doesn't need Discovery Family for that; they could be airing those shows on TV right now if they wanted to, and they are -- on HBO Max. There's currently a new Animaniacs airing on Hulu and new Tiny Toons and Batman shows in the works; as such, WB doesn't really see a huge need to run the original shows on TV again, especially since they're available for streaming. Least of all on Discovery Family. WB already has 2 kids' channels, so they don't need Discovery Family for anything.Plus, we could see Animaniacs, Tiny Toons, and Batman The Animated Series back on the channel.
I love the optimism, but I really don't see Warner Bros. wanting to manage/take over Discovery Family. Why would WB need or want to launch another kid's channel when they already have 2?If anything, they should put the Warner Bros. side of the business in charge. They can handle animated programs far better. Plus, we could see Animaniacs, Tiny Toons, and Batman The Animated Series back on the channel.
LodyKing101! said:Then what do you predict will happen to the channel?
Well, that stinks. Discovery has proven time and again that they have no idea how to run a kid's network. Let's hope that Warner Bros. Discovery at least puts someone in charge of Cartoon Network who knows what they're doing.
Yeah.......Well.....the Warner Bros Discovery upfront came and went, and at least we got ONE thing that came out in the upfront for Cartoon Network is Chelm: The Smartest Place on Earth
‘Chelm: The Smartest Place on Earth’ hails from writer Michael Koman, the co-creator of ‘Nathan For You.’www.hollywoodreporter.com
And....yeah that's it lol
As disappointing the upfront was, at least one is better than none (shrugs).
I have a strange feeling that either everything's being held back further, being moved to HBO Max or they're getting ready to kill Cartoon Network, like, they robbed CN of it's own studio and they killed The Hub, so what makes you think they won't kill CN?