What if Fox Kids continued after 2002?

Streaker Prower

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Here's What should've been the List of programs broadcasted by Fox Kids

Year 1 (1990-1991)​

Year 1 consisted of three hours of programming every Saturday, branded as the Fox Children's Network.
  • Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
  • Bobby's World
  • Fox's Fun House (beginning with season 3)
  • Fox's Peter Pan & the Pirates
  • Piggsburg Pigs!
  • Tom & Jerry Kids
  • Zazoo U (Fall 1990 only)

Specials​

  • Swamp Thing (October 1990, April-May 1991 only)

Year 2 (1991-1992)​

Year 2 expanded Saturday morning to four hours and added 90 minutes of programming Monday through Friday. It also re-branded the programming block as the Fox Kids Network.
  • Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
  • Beetlejuice (beginning with season 4)
  • Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures (beginning with season 2)
  • Bobby's World
  • Little Shop
  • Muppet Babies (reruns only)
  • Taz-Mania
  • Tom & Jerry Kids

Specials​

  • Little Dracula (Fall 1991 only)
  • Defenders of Dynatron City (pilot only; February 1992)

Year 3 (1992-1993)​

Year 3 expanded Monday through Friday programming to two and a half and eventually three hours.
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks (reruns only)
  • Batman: The Animated Series
  • Beetlejuice (reruns only)
  • Bobby's World
  • Dog City
  • Eek! The Cat
  • George of the Jungle (reruns only; Fall 1992 only)
  • Merrie Melodies (reruns only)
  • Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures (reruns only; November 1992)
  • Muppet Babies (reruns only)
  • Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire
  • Taz-Mania
  • The Plucky Duck Show (Fall 1992 only)
  • Tiny Toon Adventures (beginning with season 3)
  • Tom & Jerry Kids
  • X-Men

Specials​

  • Ghostwriter (pilot only; October 1992)[19]
  • Solarman (pilot only; October 1992)
  • The Incredible Crash Dummies (May 1993)

Year 4 (1993-1994)​

  • Animaniacs
  • Batman: The Animated Series
  • Bobby's World
  • Dog City
  • Droopy, Master Detective
  • Eek! The Cat / The Terrible Thunderlizards / Eek! and The Terrible Thunderlizards
  • Merrie Melodies (reruns only)
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
  • Taz-Mania
  • Tiny Toon Adventures (reruns only)
  • Tom & Jerry Kids
  • Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? (Spring 1994 premiere)
  • X-Men (Spring 1994 premiere)

Specials​

  • Red Planet (May 1994 only)
  • Thunderbirds (edited reruns of 1960s TV series; Summer 1994 only)
  • Trollies Christmas Sing-Along ("Cool Yule", December 1993)

Year 5 (1994-1995)​

  • Animaniacs
  • Batman: The Animated Series
  • Bobby's World
  • Dog City (Fall 1994 only)
  • Droopy, Master Detective (Fall 1994 only)
  • Eek! Stravaganza
    • Eek! The Cat
    • The Terrible Thunderlizards
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
  • Spider-Man
  • Taz-Mania
  • Tiny Toon Adventures (reruns only)
  • The Fox Cubhouse:
    • Jim Henson's Animal Show
    • Johnson and Friends
    • Rimba's Island
  • The Tick
  • Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?
  • X-Men

Specials​

  • A.J.'s Time Travelers (December 1994 only)
  • Christopher the Christmas Tree ("Santa Saturday", December 1994)
  • Count DeClues' Mystery Castle (October 1994)
  • Grunt & Punt
  • Life with Louie (pilot only; December 1994)
  • Talkin' It Out (May 1995)

Year 6 (1995-1996)​

  • Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (reruns only; Spring 1996 only)
  • Batman: The Animated Series / The Adventures of Batman & Robin
  • Bobby's World
  • Casper (Spring 1996 premiere)
  • Eek! Stravaganza:
    • Eek! The Cat
    • Klutter!
    • The Terrible Thunderlizards
  • Goosebumps
  • Life with Louie
  • Masked Rider
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers / Power Rangers Zeo
  • Spider-Man
  • Taz-Mania
  • The Fox Cubhouse:
    • Budgie the Little Helicopter
    • Jim Henson's Animal Show
    • Johnson and Friends
    • Rimba's Island
    • Magic Adventures of Mumfie
  • The Tick
  • Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?
  • X-Men

Specials​

  • Sailor Moon (one episode in September 1995 only)
  • Siegfried & Roy: Masters of the Impossible (February 1996 only)

Year 7 (1996-1997)​

  • The Adventures of Batman & Robin
  • Big Bad Beetleborgs (1996–1997)
  • Bobby's World
  • C Bear and Jamal
  • Casper
  • Eek! Stravaganza:
    • Eek! The Cat
    • The Terrible Thunderlizards
  • Eerie, Indiana (reruns only; Spring 1997 premiere)
  • Fox's Peter Pan & the Pirates (Fall 1996 only)
  • Goosebumps
  • Life with Louie
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Power Rangers Zeo / Power Rangers Turbo
  • Round the Twist (reruns only; Summer 1997 only)
  • Spider-Man
  • The Tick (Fall 1996 only)
  • Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?
  • X-Men

Specials​

  • Sonic‘s Christmas Blast ("Cool Yule", December 1996)
  • The Balloonatiks: Christmas Without a Claus ("Cool Yule", December 1996)

Year 8 (1997-1998)​

  • The Adventures of Sam & Max: Freelance Police
  • Beetleborgs Metallix
  • Bobby's World
  • C Bear and Jamal (reruns only)
  • Casper
  • Eek! Stravaganza: (Summer 1998 only)
    • Eek! The Cat
    • The Terrible Thunderlizards
  • Eerie, Indiana / Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension (Spring 1998 premiere)
  • Life with Louie
  • Mowgli: The New Adventures of the Jungle Book (Spring 1998 only)
  • Ned's Newt (Spring 1998 premiere)
  • Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation
  • Power Rangers Turbo / Power Rangers in Space
  • Silver Surfer (Spring 1998 only)
  • Space Goofs
  • Spider-Man
  • Stickin' Around (reruns only)
  • Toonsylvania (Spring 1998 premiere)
  • Ultimate Goosebumps
  • X-Men

Specials​

  • Chimp Lips Theater (two pilots only)

Year 9 (1998-1999)​

  • Bobby's World (reruns only after the cancellation of the show)
  • Casper (Fall 1998 only)
  • Godzilla: The Series
  • Life with Louie
  • Mad Jack the Pirate
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Power Rangers in Space / Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
  • Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog
  • Ned's Newt
  • Oggy and the Cockroaches
  • Space Goofs
  • Spider-Man
  • Toonsylvania
  • The Magic School Bus (reruns only)
  • The Magician (Spring 1999 only)
  • The Mr. Potato Head Show
  • The New Woody Woodpecker Show (Spring 1999 premiere)
  • The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs
  • Young Hercules

Specials​

  • Donkey Kong Country (reruns only; December 1998 and Summer 1999 only)

Year 10 (1999-2000)​

  • Beast Machines: Transformers
  • Beast Wars: Transformers (reruns only)
  • Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot (Fall 1999 only)
  • Cybersix (Fall 1999 only)
  • Digimon
  • Flint the Time Detective (Spring 2000 premiere)
  • Godzilla: The Series
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Power Rangers Lost Galaxy / Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
  • Monster Rancher
  • NASCAR Racers
  • Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century
  • The Avengers: United They Stand
  • The Magic School Bus (reruns only)
  • The New Woody Woodpecker Show
  • Xyber 9: New Dawn (Fall 1999 only)

Specials​

  • Spider-Man Unlimited (October 1999 only)

Year 11 (2000-2001)​

Year 11 saw Monday through Friday programming reduced to two hours.
  • Action Man
  • Angela Anaconda (Summer 2000 only)
  • Beast Machines: Transformers
  • Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot (Spring 2001 only)
  • Cybersix (Fall 2000 only)
  • Digimon
  • Dinozaurs (Fall 2000 only)
  • Dungeons & Dragons (reruns only; Fall 2000 only)
  • Escaflowne
  • Flint the Time Detective
  • Kong: The Animated Series (reruns only; Summer 2001 only)
  • Los Luchadores (Spring 2001 premiere)
  • Monster Rancher
  • NASCAR Racers
  • Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue / Power Rangers Time Force
  • Spider-Man (reruns only; Summer 2001)
  • Spider-Man Unlimited
  • The Magic School Bus (reruns only)
  • The New Woody Woodpecker Show
  • X-Men

Year 12 (2001-2002)​

Year 12 saw the discontinuation of Monday through Friday programming in December 2001 but eventually returned in September 2002.
  • Action Man
  • Alienators: Evolution Continues
  • Digimon
  • Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension (Spring 2002 premiere)
  • Medabots
  • Mon Colle Knights (Spring 2002 premiere)
  • Monster Rancher
  • Moolah Beach (Fall 2001 only)
  • Power Rangers Time Force / Power Rangers Wild Force
  • The Magic School Bus (reruns only)
  • The Ripping Friends
  • The New Woody Woodpecker Show
  • Transformers: Robots In Disguise

Year 13 (2002-2003)​

Year 13 saw the arrival of 4Kids Entertainment-produced programs to the Fox Kids line up and the return of the weekday afternoon schedule.
  • Stargate Infinity
  • Ultraman Tiga
  • Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
  • Gadget and the Gadgetinis
  • Ultimate Muscle
  • Digimon
  • Power Rangers Wild Force/Power Rangers Ninja Storm
  • Totally Spies!
  • Fighting Foodons
  • The Cramp Twins (Spring 2003 premiere)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Spring 2003 premiere)
  • Pirate Islands (Spring 2003 only)
  • WMAC Masters (Summer 2003 only)

Year 14 (2003-2004)​

  • Cubix: Robots For Everyone (Fall 2003 only)
  • Ultimate Muscle
  • Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
  • Sonic X
  • Shaman King
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Power Rangers Ninja Storm/Power Rangers Dino Thunder
  • Totally Spies!
  • The Cramp Twins
  • Funky Cops
  • Winx Club (Summer 2004 premiere)

Year 15 (2004-2005)​

  • Winx Club
  • Shaman King
  • F-Zero: GP Legend
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Sonic X
  • The Menu
  • Power Rangers Dino Thunder/Power Rangers S.P.D.
  • Totally Spies!
  • The Cramp Twins
  • Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
  • One Piece (Spring 2005 premiere)
  • Mew Mew Power (Spring 2005 premiere)
  • Alien Racers (Spring 2005 premiere)
  • Magical DoReMi (Summer 2005 premiere)
  • Bratz (Summer 2005 premiere)
  • G.I. Joe: Sigma 6 (Summer 2005 premiere)
Specials

  • Hope Rocks: Concert With a Clause

Year 16 (2005-2006)​

  • Magical DoReMi
  • Mew Mew Power
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward
  • Bratz
  • Winx Club
  • Sonic X
  • Power Rangers S.P.D./Power Rangers Mystic Force
  • Totally Spies!
  • G.I. Joe: Sigma 6
  • Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
  • Ultimate Muscle (Spring 2006 only)
  • The Cramp Twins (Spring 2006 only)
  • Viva Piñata (Summer 2006 premiere)

Year 17 (2006-2007)​

  • Winx Club
  • Bratz
  • Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
  • Viva Piñata
  • Chaotic
  • Sonic X
  • Power Rangers Mystic Force/Power Rangers Operation Overdrive
  • Totally Spies!
  • G.I. Joe: Sigma 6
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward

Year 18 (2007-2008)​

  • Winx Club
  • The Adrenaline Project
  • Chaotic
  • Viva Piñata
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward
  • Dinosaur King
  • Di-Gata Defenders (Summer 2008 premiere)
  • Digimon Data Squad
  • Biker Mice From Mars (Summer 2008 premiere)
  • Power Rangers Operation Overdrive/Power Rangers Jungle Fury
  • Totally Spies!
  • Sonic X

Year 19 (2008-2009)​

Year 19 saw the last batch of 4Kids-produced programs, thus the following year Fox would add new additions with Fox Kids classics.

  • Di-Gata Defenders
  • Dinosaur King
  • Biker Mice From Mars
  • Sonic X
  • Chaotic: M'arrillian Invasion
  • Iron Man Armored Adventures
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Back to the Sewer
  • Totally Spies!
  • Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
  • Winx Club
  • Oggy and The Cockronches
  • The Magic School Bus (reruns only)
  • The New Woody Woodpecker Show (reruns only)
  • Power Rangers Jungle Fury/Power Rangers RPM

Year 20 (2009-2010)​

  • Di-Gata Defenders
  • Sonic X
  • Totally Spies!
  • The Super Hero Squad Show
  • Power Rangers RPM
  • Dinosaur King
  • Iron Man Armored Adventures
  • The Magic School Bus (reruns only)
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • The Spectacular Spider-Man

Year 21 (2010-2011)​

  • Winx Club
  • Dinosaur King
  • Sonic X
  • Dragon Ball Z Kai
  • Power Rangers RPM-Samurai (Winter 2011 Premiere)
  • Totally Spies!
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • Iron Man Armored Adventures
  • Bobby's World (reruns only)
  • The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches

Year 22 (2011-2012)​

  • Sonic X
  • Tai Chi Chasers
  • Dragon Ball Z Kai
  • Power Rangers Samurai-Super Samurai (Winter 2012 Premiere)
  • Totally Spies!
  • Winx Club
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • Iron Man Armored Adventures
  • Bobby's World (reruns only)
  • The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
  • Redakai Conquer The Kairu
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches

Year 23 (2012-2013)​

  • Sonic X
  • Dragon Ball Z Kai
  • Rescue Heroes (reruns only)
  • The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
  • WWE Saturday Morning Slam
  • Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man
  • Power Rangers Super Samurai-Megaforce (Winter 2013 Premiere)
  • Totally Spies!
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Redakai Conquer The Kairu

Year 24 (2013-2014)​

  • Sonic X
  • Rescue Heroes (reruns only)
  • Avengers Assemble
  • Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man
  • Hulk and the Agents of Smash
  • Power Rangers Megaforce-Super Megaforce (Winter 2014 Premiere)
  • Dragon Ball Z Kai
  • Totally Spies!
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • B-Daman Crossfire
  • Digimon Fusion
  • Redakai Conquer The Kairu

Year 25 (2014-2015)​

Year 25 Saw The Return of Shows produced by WB Animation with the Premiere of the American-French-Canadian Series Sonic Boom (Later Titled Sonic Boom Legacy in Season 4)

  • Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man
  • Power Rangers Super Megaforce-Dino Charge (Winter 2015 Premiere)
  • Fireman Sam
  • Avengers Assemble
  • Hulk and the Agents of Smash
  • Totally Spies!
  • B-Daman Crossfire
  • Digimon Fusion
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Sonic Boom
  • Gundam Build Fighters

Year 26 (2015-2016)​

  • Guardians of The Galaxy
  • Avengers Assemble
  • Fireman Sam
  • Power Rangers Dino Charge-Super Dino Charge (Winter 2015 Premiere)
  • Totally Spies!
  • B-Daman Crossfire
  • Digimon Fusion
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • Sonic Boom
  • Yo-kai Watch
  • Gundam Build Fighters Try

Year 27 (2016-2017)​

  • Iron Man Armored Adventures (reruns only)
  • Avengers Assemble
  • Fireman Sam
  • Guardians of The Galaxy
  • Ultimate Spider-Man
  • Digimon Fusion Hunters-Appverse (Winter 2017 Premiere)
  • Beyblade Burst
  • Sonic Boon
  • Power Rangers Super Dino Charge-Ninja Steel (Winter 2017 Premiere)
  • Yo-kai Watch
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Glitter Force
  • Gundam Build Fighters Try

Year 28 (2017-2018)​

  • Iron Man Armored Adventures (reruns only)
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man
  • Avengers Assemble
  • Guardians of The Galaxy
  • Super Noobs (starting with the second half of season 1)
  • Digimon Appverse
  • Beyblade Burst: Evolution
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again
  • Sonic Boom Legacy
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Power Rangers Ninja Steel-Super Ninja Steel (Winter 2018 Premiere)
  • Yo-kai Watch
  • Gundam Build Fighters Try

Year 29 (2018-2019)​

Year 29 saw the Fox Kids network going under the ownership of the then-newly-formed Fox Corporation due to the 21st Century Fox assets being bought out by Disney.

  • Iron Man Armored Adventures (reruns only)
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man
  • Gundam Build Divers
  • Super Noobs
  • Avengers Assemble
  • Guardians of The Galaxy: Mission: Breakout!
  • Digimon Appverse
  • Beyblade Burst Turbo
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again
  • Sonic Boom Legacy
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel-Beast Morphers (Winter 2019 Premiere)
  • Yo-kai Watch

Year 30 (2019-2020)​

  • Iron Man Armored Adventures (reruns only)
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man
  • Gundam Build Divers
  • Digimon Appverse
  • Beyblade Burst Rise
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again
  • Sonic Boom Legacy
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Power Rangers Beast Morphers
  • Yo-kai Watch

Specials​

  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Kids in Space (August 2020)

Year 31 (2020-2021)​

  • Iron Man Armored Adventures (reruns only)
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man
  • Digimon Adventure (2020 TV Series)
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Gundam Build Divers Re: Rise
  • Beyblade Burst Surge
  • Sonic Boom Legacy
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again
  • Transformers War For Cybertron
  • Power Rangers Beast Morphers-Dino Fury (Winter 2021 Premiere)
  • Yo-kai Watch! (Spring 2021 premiere)

Specials​

  • The #FoxKids30 Birthday Spectacular (September 2020)
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again: The Frizz Connection (October 2020)
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again: In the Zone (December 2020)
  • Sonic Boom Legacy: Holidays of Future Passed ("Cool Yule", December 2020)

Year 32 (2021-2022)​

  • Digimon Adventure (2020 TV Series)
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Beyblade Burst Surge-QuadDrive (Winter 2021 Premiere)
  • Sonic Boom Legacy
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again
  • Power Rangers Dino Fury
  • Yo-kai Watch!
  • Mobile Suit Gundam AGE
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • Transformers Cyberverse (Fall 2021 Only)
  • Digimon Ghost Game (Spring 2022 Premiere)
  • Mr. Magoo (2019 TV series) (starting with the second half of season 1)
  • The New Adventures of Oggy (Spring 2022 premiere)
  • Lego Masters Junior (Summer 2022 premiere)

Specials​

  • Gundam Breaker Battlogue (Fall 2021)
  • Mr. Magoo (2019 TV Series) (Halloween compilation episode only; October 2021)
  • Olive The Other Reindeer (December 2021)
  • Life with Louie (January 2022)
  • Friends Forever: The Big Sonic Boom Legacy Primetime Finale Movie (April 2022)
  • Fandroid's Big Musical Theatre (pilot only; June 2022)
  • Transformers: BotBots (July 2022 only)
  • Mya Go (one episode only; July 2022)

Year 33 (2022-2023)​

Year 33 saw the arrival of some more new anime programming being produced by Fox Kids Alternative Entertainment, while some new original live-action programs began to be distributed by Fox Kids Entertainment, thus causing Fox Kids to shift its focus from classic programming to more new shows being added to its lineup.

  • Oggy and the Cockroaches Next Generation
  • Oddballs
  • Beyblade Burst QuadDrive (Fall-Winter 2022 only)
  • Boy Girl Dog Cat Mouse Cheese
  • Transformers War For Cybertron
  • Power Rangers Dino Fury-Cosmic Fury (Winter 2023 Premiere)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam AGE
  • Kung Fu Sock
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again
  • Mr. Magoo (2019 TV Series)
  • Lego Masters Junior
  • Digimon Ghost Game
  • Angry Birds: Summer Madness
  • Eek! The Cat (reruns only)
  • Bobby's World (reruns only)

Note: Despite it being on Fox Kids, Sonic X was Not Dubbed by 4Kids, Fox Kids Acquired Sonic X from ShoPro Entertainment (Later Viz Media), The Ocean Group, and Saban
 

Streaker Prower

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Here's What should've been the List of programs broadcasted by Fox Kids

Year 1 (1990-1991)​

Year 1 consisted of three hours of programming every Saturday, branded as the Fox Children's Network.
  • Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
  • Bobby's World
  • Fox's Fun House (beginning with season 3)
  • Fox's Peter Pan & the Pirates
  • Piggsburg Pigs!
  • Tom & Jerry Kids
  • Zazoo U (Fall 1990 only)

Specials​

  • Swamp Thing (October 1990, April-May 1991 only)

Year 2 (1991-1992)​

Year 2 expanded Saturday morning to four hours and added 90 minutes of programming Monday through Friday. It also re-branded the programming block as the Fox Kids Network.
  • Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
  • Beetlejuice (beginning with season 4)
  • Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures (beginning with season 2)
  • Bobby's World
  • Little Shop
  • Muppet Babies (reruns only)
  • Taz-Mania
  • Tom & Jerry Kids

Specials​

  • Little Dracula (Fall 1991 only)
  • Defenders of Dynatron City (pilot only; February 1992)

Year 3 (1992-1993)​

Year 3 expanded Monday through Friday programming to two and a half and eventually three hours.
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks (reruns only)
  • Batman: The Animated Series
  • Beetlejuice (reruns only)
  • Bobby's World
  • Dog City
  • Eek! The Cat
  • George of the Jungle (reruns only; Fall 1992 only)
  • Merrie Melodies (reruns only)
  • Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures (reruns only; November 1992)
  • Muppet Babies (reruns only)
  • Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire
  • Taz-Mania
  • The Plucky Duck Show (Fall 1992 only)
  • Tiny Toon Adventures (beginning with season 3)
  • Tom & Jerry Kids
  • X-Men

Specials​

  • Ghostwriter (pilot only; October 1992)[19]
  • Solarman (pilot only; October 1992)
  • The Incredible Crash Dummies (May 1993)

Year 4 (1993-1994)​

  • Animaniacs
  • Batman: The Animated Series
  • Bobby's World
  • Dog City
  • Droopy, Master Detective
  • Eek! The Cat / The Terrible Thunderlizards / Eek! and The Terrible Thunderlizards
  • Merrie Melodies (reruns only)
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
  • Taz-Mania
  • Tiny Toon Adventures (reruns only)
  • Tom & Jerry Kids
  • Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? (Spring 1994 premiere)
  • X-Men (Spring 1994 premiere)

Specials​

  • Red Planet (May 1994 only)
  • Thunderbirds (edited reruns of 1960s TV series; Summer 1994 only)
  • Trollies Christmas Sing-Along ("Cool Yule", December 1993)

Year 5 (1994-1995)​

  • Animaniacs
  • Batman: The Animated Series
  • Bobby's World
  • Dog City (Fall 1994 only)
  • Droopy, Master Detective (Fall 1994 only)
  • Eek! Stravaganza
    • Eek! The Cat
    • The Terrible Thunderlizards
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
  • Spider-Man
  • Taz-Mania
  • Tiny Toon Adventures (reruns only)
  • The Fox Cubhouse:
    • Jim Henson's Animal Show
    • Johnson and Friends
    • Rimba's Island
  • The Tick
  • Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?
  • X-Men

Specials​

  • A.J.'s Time Travelers (December 1994 only)
  • Christopher the Christmas Tree ("Santa Saturday", December 1994)
  • Count DeClues' Mystery Castle (October 1994)
  • Grunt & Punt
  • Life with Louie (pilot only; December 1994)
  • Talkin' It Out (May 1995)

Year 6 (1995-1996)​

  • Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (reruns only; Spring 1996 only)
  • Batman: The Animated Series / The Adventures of Batman & Robin
  • Bobby's World
  • Casper (Spring 1996 premiere)
  • Eek! Stravaganza:
    • Eek! The Cat
    • Klutter!
    • The Terrible Thunderlizards
  • Goosebumps
  • Life with Louie
  • Masked Rider
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers / Power Rangers Zeo
  • Spider-Man
  • Taz-Mania
  • The Fox Cubhouse:
    • Budgie the Little Helicopter
    • Jim Henson's Animal Show
    • Johnson and Friends
    • Rimba's Island
    • Magic Adventures of Mumfie
  • The Tick
  • Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?
  • X-Men

Specials​

  • Sailor Moon (one episode in September 1995 only)
  • Siegfried & Roy: Masters of the Impossible (February 1996 only)

Year 7 (1996-1997)​

  • The Adventures of Batman & Robin
  • Big Bad Beetleborgs (1996–1997)
  • Bobby's World
  • C Bear and Jamal
  • Casper
  • Eek! Stravaganza:
    • Eek! The Cat
    • The Terrible Thunderlizards
  • Eerie, Indiana (reruns only; Spring 1997 premiere)
  • Fox's Peter Pan & the Pirates (Fall 1996 only)
  • Goosebumps
  • Life with Louie
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Power Rangers Zeo / Power Rangers Turbo
  • Round the Twist (reruns only; Summer 1997 only)
  • Spider-Man
  • The Tick (Fall 1996 only)
  • Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?
  • X-Men

Specials​

  • Sonic‘s Christmas Blast ("Cool Yule", December 1996)
  • The Balloonatiks: Christmas Without a Claus ("Cool Yule", December 1996)

Year 8 (1997-1998)​

  • The Adventures of Sam & Max: Freelance Police
  • Beetleborgs Metallix
  • Bobby's World
  • C Bear and Jamal (reruns only)
  • Casper
  • Eek! Stravaganza: (Summer 1998 only)
    • Eek! The Cat
    • The Terrible Thunderlizards
  • Eerie, Indiana / Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension (Spring 1998 premiere)
  • Life with Louie
  • Mowgli: The New Adventures of the Jungle Book (Spring 1998 only)
  • Ned's Newt (Spring 1998 premiere)
  • Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation
  • Power Rangers Turbo / Power Rangers in Space
  • Silver Surfer (Spring 1998 only)
  • Space Goofs
  • Spider-Man
  • Stickin' Around (reruns only)
  • Toonsylvania (Spring 1998 premiere)
  • Ultimate Goosebumps
  • X-Men

Specials​

  • Chimp Lips Theater (two pilots only)

Year 9 (1998-1999)​

  • Bobby's World (reruns only after the cancellation of the show)
  • Casper (Fall 1998 only)
  • Godzilla: The Series
  • Life with Louie
  • Mad Jack the Pirate
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Power Rangers in Space / Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
  • Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog
  • Ned's Newt
  • Oggy and the Cockroaches
  • Space Goofs
  • Spider-Man
  • Toonsylvania
  • The Magic School Bus (reruns only)
  • The Magician (Spring 1999 only)
  • The Mr. Potato Head Show
  • The New Woody Woodpecker Show (Spring 1999 premiere)
  • The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs
  • Young Hercules

Specials​

  • Donkey Kong Country (reruns only; December 1998 and Summer 1999 only)

Year 10 (1999-2000)​

  • Beast Machines: Transformers
  • Beast Wars: Transformers (reruns only)
  • Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot (Fall 1999 only)
  • Cybersix (Fall 1999 only)
  • Digimon
  • Flint the Time Detective (Spring 2000 premiere)
  • Godzilla: The Series
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers / Power Rangers Lost Galaxy / Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
  • Monster Rancher
  • NASCAR Racers
  • Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century
  • The Avengers: United They Stand
  • The Magic School Bus (reruns only)
  • The New Woody Woodpecker Show
  • Xyber 9: New Dawn (Fall 1999 only)

Specials​

  • Spider-Man Unlimited (October 1999 only)

Year 11 (2000-2001)​

Year 11 saw Monday through Friday programming reduced to two hours.
  • Action Man
  • Angela Anaconda (Summer 2000 only)
  • Beast Machines: Transformers
  • Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot (Spring 2001 only)
  • Cybersix (Fall 2000 only)
  • Digimon
  • Dinozaurs (Fall 2000 only)
  • Dungeons & Dragons (reruns only; Fall 2000 only)
  • Escaflowne
  • Flint the Time Detective
  • Kong: The Animated Series (reruns only; Summer 2001 only)
  • Los Luchadores (Spring 2001 premiere)
  • Monster Rancher
  • NASCAR Racers
  • Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue / Power Rangers Time Force
  • Spider-Man (reruns only; Summer 2001)
  • Spider-Man Unlimited
  • The Magic School Bus (reruns only)
  • The New Woody Woodpecker Show
  • X-Men

Year 12 (2001-2002)​

Year 12 saw the discontinuation of Monday through Friday programming in December 2001 but eventually returned in September 2002.
  • Action Man
  • Alienators: Evolution Continues
  • Digimon
  • Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension (Spring 2002 premiere)
  • Medabots
  • Mon Colle Knights (Spring 2002 premiere)
  • Monster Rancher
  • Moolah Beach (Fall 2001 only)
  • Power Rangers Time Force / Power Rangers Wild Force
  • The Magic School Bus (reruns only)
  • The Ripping Friends
  • The New Woody Woodpecker Show
  • Transformers: Robots In Disguise

Year 13 (2002-2003)​

Year 13 saw the arrival of 4Kids Entertainment-produced programs to the Fox Kids line up and the return of the weekday afternoon schedule.
  • Stargate Infinity
  • Ultraman Tiga
  • Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
  • Gadget and the Gadgetinis
  • Ultimate Muscle
  • Digimon
  • Power Rangers Wild Force/Power Rangers Ninja Storm
  • Totally Spies!
  • Fighting Foodons
  • Buffy The Animated Series
  • The Cramp Twins (Spring 2003 premiere)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Spring 2003 premiere)
  • Pirate Islands (Spring 2003 only)
  • WMAC Masters (Summer 2003 only)

Year 14 (2003-2004)​

  • Cubix: Robots For Everyone (Fall 2003 only)
  • Ultimate Muscle
  • Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
  • Sonic X
  • Shaman King
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Power Rangers Ninja Storm/Power Rangers Dino Thunder
  • Totally Spies!
  • The Cramp Twins
  • Funky Cops
  • Buffy The Animated Series
  • Winx Club (Summer 2004 premiere)

Year 15 (2004-2005)​

  • Winx Club
  • Shaman King
  • F-Zero: GP Legend
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Sonic X
  • The Menu
  • Power Rangers Dino Thunder/Power Rangers S.P.D.
  • Totally Spies!
  • The Cramp Twins
  • Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
  • Buffy The Animated Series
  • One Piece (Spring 2005 premiere)
  • Mew Mew Power (Spring 2005 premiere)
  • Alien Racers (Spring 2005 premiere)
  • Magical DoReMi (Summer 2005 premiere)
  • Bratz (Summer 2005 premiere)
  • G.I. Joe: Sigma 6 (Summer 2005 premiere)
Specials

  • Hope Rocks: Concert With a Clause

Year 16 (2005-2006)​

  • Magical DoReMi
  • Mew Mew Power
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward
  • Bratz
  • Winx Club
  • Sonic X
  • Power Rangers S.P.D./Power Rangers Mystic Force
  • Totally Spies!
  • G.I. Joe: Sigma 6
  • Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
  • Buffy The Animated Series
  • Ultimate Muscle (Spring 2006 only)
  • The Cramp Twins (Spring 2006 only)
  • Viva Piñata (Summer 2006 premiere)

Year 17 (2006-2007)​

  • Winx Club
  • Bratz
  • Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
  • Viva Piñata
  • Chaotic
  • Sonic X
  • Power Rangers Mystic Force/Power Rangers Operation Overdrive
  • Totally Spies!
  • G.I. Joe: Sigma 6
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward

Year 18 (2007-2008)​

  • Winx Club
  • The Adrenaline Project
  • Chaotic
  • Viva Piñata
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward
  • Dinosaur King
  • Di-Gata Defenders (Summer 2008 premiere)
  • Digimon Data Squad
  • Biker Mice From Mars (Summer 2008 premiere)
  • Power Rangers Operation Overdrive/Power Rangers Jungle Fury
  • Totally Spies!
  • Sonic X

Year 19 (2008-2009)​

Year 19 saw the last batch of 4Kids-produced programs, thus the following year Fox would add new additions with Fox Kids classics.

  • Di-Gata Defenders
  • Dinosaur King
  • Biker Mice From Mars
  • Sonic X
  • Chaotic: M'arrillian Invasion
  • Iron Man Armored Adventures
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Back to the Sewer
  • Totally Spies!
  • Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
  • Winx Club
  • Oggy and The Cockronches
  • The Magic School Bus (reruns only)
  • The New Woody Woodpecker Show (reruns only)
  • Power Rangers Jungle Fury/Power Rangers RPM

Year 20 (2009-2010)​

  • Di-Gata Defenders
  • Sonic X
  • Totally Spies!
  • The Super Hero Squad Show
  • Power Rangers RPM
  • Dinosaur King
  • Iron Man Armored Adventures
  • The Magic School Bus (reruns only)
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • The Spectacular Spider-Man

Year 21 (2010-2011)​

  • Winx Club
  • Dinosaur King
  • Sonic X
  • Dragon Ball Z Kai
  • Power Rangers RPM-Samurai (Winter 2011 Premiere)
  • Totally Spies!
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • Iron Man Armored Adventures
  • Bobby's World (reruns only)
  • The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches

Year 22 (2011-2012)​

  • Sonic X
  • Tai Chi Chasers
  • Dragon Ball Z Kai
  • Power Rangers Samurai-Super Samurai (Winter 2012 Premiere)
  • Totally Spies!
  • Winx Club
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • Iron Man Armored Adventures
  • Bobby's World (reruns only)
  • The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
  • Redakai Conquer The Kairu
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches

Year 23 (2012-2013)​

  • Sonic X
  • Dragon Ball Z Kai
  • Rescue Heroes (reruns only)
  • The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
  • WWE Saturday Morning Slam
  • Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man
  • Power Rangers Super Samurai-Megaforce (Winter 2013 Premiere)
  • Totally Spies!
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Redakai Conquer The Kairu

Year 24 (2013-2014)​

  • Sonic X
  • Rescue Heroes (reruns only)
  • Avengers Assemble
  • Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man
  • Hulk and the Agents of Smash
  • Power Rangers Megaforce-Super Megaforce (Winter 2014 Premiere)
  • Dragon Ball Z Kai
  • Totally Spies!
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • B-Daman Crossfire
  • Digimon Fusion
  • Redakai Conquer The Kairu

Year 25 (2014-2015)​

Year 25 Saw The Return of Shows produced by WB Animation with the Premiere of the American-French-Canadian Series Sonic Boom (Later Titled Sonic Boom Legacy in Season 4)

  • Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man
  • Power Rangers Super Megaforce-Dino Charge (Winter 2015 Premiere)
  • Fireman Sam
  • Avengers Assemble
  • Hulk and the Agents of Smash
  • Totally Spies!
  • B-Daman Crossfire
  • Digimon Fusion
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Sonic Boom
  • Gundam Build Fighters

Year 26 (2015-2016)​

  • Guardians of The Galaxy
  • Avengers Assemble
  • Fireman Sam
  • Power Rangers Dino Charge-Super Dino Charge (Winter 2015 Premiere)
  • Totally Spies!
  • B-Daman Crossfire
  • Digimon Fusion
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • Sonic Boom
  • Yo-kai Watch
  • Gundam Build Fighters Try

Year 27 (2016-2017)​

  • Iron Man Armored Adventures (reruns only)
  • Avengers Assemble
  • Fireman Sam
  • Guardians of The Galaxy
  • Ultimate Spider-Man
  • Digimon Fusion Hunters-Appverse (Winter 2017 Premiere)
  • Beyblade Burst
  • Sonic Boon
  • Power Rangers Super Dino Charge-Ninja Steel (Winter 2017 Premiere)
  • Yo-kai Watch
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Glitter Force
  • Gundam Build Fighters Try

Year 28 (2017-2018)​

  • Iron Man Armored Adventures (reruns only)
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man
  • Avengers Assemble
  • Guardians of The Galaxy
  • Super Noobs (starting with the second half of season 1)
  • Digimon Appverse
  • Beyblade Burst: Evolution
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again
  • Sonic Boom Legacy
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Power Rangers Ninja Steel-Super Ninja Steel (Winter 2018 Premiere)
  • Yo-kai Watch
  • Gundam Build Fighters Try

Year 29 (2018-2019)​

Year 29 saw the Fox Kids network going under the ownership of the then-newly-formed Fox Corporation due to the 21st Century Fox assets being bought out by Disney.

  • Iron Man Armored Adventures (reruns only)
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man
  • Gundam Build Divers
  • Super Noobs
  • Avengers Assemble
  • Guardians of The Galaxy: Mission: Breakout!
  • Digimon Appverse
  • Beyblade Burst Turbo
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again
  • Sonic Boom Legacy
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel-Beast Morphers (Winter 2019 Premiere)
  • Yo-kai Watch

Year 30 (2019-2020)​

  • Iron Man Armored Adventures (reruns only)
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man
  • Gundam Build Divers
  • Digimon Appverse
  • Beyblade Burst Rise
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again
  • Sonic Boom Legacy
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Power Rangers Beast Morphers
  • Yo-kai Watch

Specials​

  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Kids in Space (August 2020)

Year 31 (2020-2021)​

  • Iron Man Armored Adventures (reruns only)
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man
  • Digimon Adventure (2020 TV Series)
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Gundam Build Divers Re: Rise
  • Beyblade Burst Surge
  • Sonic Boom Legacy
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again
  • Transformers War For Cybertron
  • Power Rangers Beast Morphers-Dino Fury (Winter 2021 Premiere)
  • Yo-kai Watch! (Spring 2021 premiere)

Specials​

  • The #FoxKids30 Birthday Spectacular (September 2020)
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again: The Frizz Connection (October 2020)
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again: In the Zone (December 2020)
  • Sonic Boom Legacy: Holidays of Future Passed ("Cool Yule", December 2020)

Year 32 (2021-2022)​

  • Digimon Adventure (2020 TV Series)
  • Oggy and The Cockroaches
  • Beyblade Burst Surge-QuadDrive (Winter 2021 Premiere)
  • Sonic Boom Legacy
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again
  • Power Rangers Dino Fury
  • Yo-kai Watch!
  • Mobile Suit Gundam AGE
  • Naruto Shippūden
  • Transformers Cyberverse (Fall 2021 Only)
  • Digimon Ghost Game (Spring 2022 Premiere)
  • Mr. Magoo (2019 TV series) (starting with the second half of season 1)
  • The New Adventures of Oggy (Spring 2022 premiere)
  • Lego Masters Junior (Summer 2022 premiere)

Specials​

  • Gundam Breaker Battlogue (Fall 2021)
  • Mr. Magoo (2019 TV Series) (Halloween compilation episode only; October 2021)
  • Olive The Other Reindeer (December 2021)
  • Life with Louie (January 2022)
  • Friends Forever: The Big Sonic Boom Legacy Primetime Finale Movie (April 2022)
  • Fandroid's Big Musical Theatre (pilot only; June 2022)
  • Transformers: BotBots (July 2022 only)
  • Mya Go (one episode only; July 2022)

Year 33 (2022-2023)​

Year 33 saw the arrival of some more new anime programming being produced by Fox Kids Alternative Entertainment, while some new original live-action programs began to be distributed by Fox Kids Entertainment, thus causing Fox Kids to shift its focus from classic programming to more new shows being added to its lineup.

  • Oggy and the Cockroaches Next Generation
  • Oddballs
  • Beyblade Burst QuadDrive (Fall-Winter 2022 only)
  • Boy Girl Dog Cat Mouse Cheese
  • Transformers War For Cybertron
  • Power Rangers Dino Fury-Cosmic Fury (Winter 2023 Premiere)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam AGE
  • Kung Fu Sock
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again
  • Mr. Magoo (2019 TV Series)
  • Lego Masters Junior
  • Digimon Ghost Game
  • Angry Birds: Summer Madness
  • Eek! The Cat (reruns only)
  • Bobby's World (reruns only)

Note: Despite it being on Fox Kids, Sonic X was Not Dubbed by 4Kids, Fox Kids Acquired Sonic X from ShoPro Entertainment (Later Viz Media), The Ocean Group, and Saban
 

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2011 Fox Kids schedule (based @Streaker Prower's idea)
8:00AM: Scaredy Squirrel
8:30AM: Dinosaur King
9:00AM: Will and Dewitt (E/I)
9:30AM: Power Rangers Samurai
10:00AM: Sonic X
10:30AM: The Daltons
11:00AM: Beyblade Metal Fusion
11:30AM: Eek The Cat (RERUN)
 

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Please, keep your posts relatively short. Nobody likes scrolling for a long time.

Personally, while I do think Fox and 4Kids might cut a deal eventually, I didn’t really think that they’d be as early as 2002, despite the case in our timeline and a lot of FoxBox shows on international Jetix feels. I did have a bit of a mind change, however, and that’s for Ninja Turtles. Kids’ WB, 4Kids’ main customer pre-FoxBox, was pitched a Ninja Turtles series back in 2001 and declined, so they wouldn’t be interested in TMNT. I’m thinking Fox could pick it up and THAT could start the relationship.

But please, refrain from turning your future Fox Kids lineups into just 4Kids with extra Jetix sprinkled in. And don’t put any show lists from before 2002; that’s just redundant
 

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Please, keep your posts relatively short. Nobody likes scrolling for a long time.

Personally, while I do think Fox and 4Kids might cut a deal eventually, I didn’t really think that they’d be as early as 2002, despite the case in our timeline and a lot of FoxBox shows on international Jetix feels. I did have a bit of a mind change, however, and that’s for Ninja Turtles. Kids’ WB, 4Kids’ main customer pre-FoxBox, was pitched a Ninja Turtles series back in 2001 and declined, so they wouldn’t be interested in TMNT. I’m thinking Fox could pick it up and THAT could start the relationship.

But please, refrain from turning your future Fox Kids lineups into just 4Kids with extra Jetix sprinkled in. And don’t put any show lists from before 2002; that’s just redundant
so in another timeline, 4kids would have wait one year before going into that, where the 4kids shows that aired on foxbox back in 2002 are going to air on before 2003, fox family?, a block on upn?
 

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I did bring up the possibility of WB, given how they were 4Kids’ main partner at the time. Fox would be the second choice for stuff WB didn’t want(like Ninja Turtles) and for stuff Fox didn’t want… I heard Nickelodeon SLAM is desperate for shows. Especially since my head canon has DiC have a deal with Fox, and Speed Racer X and Super Duper Sumos premiere on Fox Kids instead of Nick.
 

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Scaredy Squirrel would of probably been like every other comedy attempt

It would air at a death slot and probably will be there for a long time
 

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Since we're going the Fantasy Schedule route, here's my semi-realistic schedules. Inspiration came from later Fox Kids schedules and plans, international Fox Kids, domestic and international Jetix, and my own sick mind.
Ok.
Spring 2002
  • WEEKDAYS - Spring 2002 would be the last season for Fox Kids on weekdays, aside from a weekday E/I strip. After this, the Fox Kids block would be required on all Fox stations, and in return, Fox would remove the weekday block, with the exception of a single weekday strip comprising of Archie's Weird Mysteries and Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, for E/I purposes. (This combined with a half-hour on the Saturday block in the fall would provide affiliates with all 3 hours of weekly E/I programming.)
Well, I think that's a great compromise.
    • 2:00 PM: Life with Louie(Monday, E/I)/The New Woody Woodpecker Show(Tuesday-Thursday)/Gadget and the Gadgetinis(Friday)
    • 2:30 PM: Transformers: Robots in Disguise(Monday-Thursday)/Speed Racer X(Friday)
    • 3:00 PM: Power Rangers Time Force(Monday-Thursday)/Power Rangers Wild Force(Friday)
    • 3:30 PM: Digimon: Digital Monsters
  • SATURDAYS
    • 8:00 AM: Super Duper Sumos - This and Speed Racer X would premiere on Fox instead of Nickelodeon, due to their relationship with DiC. (SLAM, meanwhile, would acquire Ultimate Muscle and Ultraman Tiga from 4Kids, who would also place Kirby and TMNT on Kids' WB and Fighting Foodons in syndication.)
    • 8:30 AM: Power Rangers Wild Force
    • 9:00 AM: Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension
    • 9:30 AM: Digimon: Digital Monsters
    • 10:00 AM: Medabots
    • 10:30 AM: Buffy: The Animated Series - This would be Fox Animation's first series for the block- Fox Family Worldwide would be bought entirely by Fox, who would make new series for the block, but Saban would continue to provide programming, such as Power Rangers, Digimon, and Transformers.
    • 11:00 AM: Transformers: Robots in Disguise
    • 11:30 AM: Mon Colle Knights
1: Nice Lineup, but why not put Super Duper Sumos on Fridays? Kids can go 1 day without Digimon.
2: Kirby on KWB I can get, but TMNT? That's going far too much! Fox Kids needs a hit, and since TMNT was rejected by WB, Fox should get it, and Fox could even help co-produce the show.
3: Why? Fighting Foodons should air on Fox Family...
4: I'd save Buffy for Fall.
5: Great! FFW should've been entirely brought by Fox instead of selling out to Disney.
6: I think Fox and Saban would create many originals together, including W.I.T.C.H., Super Monkey Robot Team Hyper Force Go! and the like, unless Disney could still create their own action block, but I'd keep Jetix with Fox.
Fall 2002
  • 8:00 AM: Stargate Infinity(E/I)
  • 8:30 AM: Power Rangers Wild Force
  • 9:00 AM: Beyblade
  • 9:30 AM: Digimon: Digital Monsters - Final season.
  • 10:00 AM: Shinzo
  • 10:30 AM: Buffy: The Animated Series
  • 11:00 AM: Transformers Armada - Dubbed in-house and Saban.
  • 11:30 AM: Medabots
Nice, but outside of Buffy, I'd probably still watch Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh!, X-Men: Evolution, Static Shock and Jackie Chan, oh wait, why would I have needed to watch KWB when ALL of these would be on primetime and Saturday on CN within a matter of months from this lineup?

I'm switching to Fox Kids ITTL, of course, in a TL where I was even alive let alone even old enough yet....
Spring 2003
  • 8:00 AM: Back to the Future(E/I)
  • 8:30 AM: Power Rangers Hexagon
  • 9:00 AM: Beyblade
  • 9:30 AM: Digimon: Digital Monsters
  • 10:00 AM: Pirate Islands - The Cramp Twins, meanwhile, would go to Cartoon Network, who co-produced the show.
  • 10:30 AM: Buffy: The Animated Series
  • 11:00 AM: Transformers Armada
  • 11:30 AM: Medabots
Ok.
Fall 2003
  • 8:00 AM: Back to the Future(E/I)
  • 8:30 AM: Power Rangers Hexagon
  • 9:00 AM: Beyblade
  • 9:30 AM: Totally Spies! - Due to the success of Totally Spies! on Fox Family and Buffy Animated on Fox Kids among both boys and girls, Totally Spies! was brought to Fox Kids to drum up even more girl viewers.
  • 10:00 AM: Shinzo - Final Season
  • 10:30 AM: Buffy: The Animated Series
  • 10:55 AM: Star Wars Clone Wars - Series of interstitials produced by Fox Animation and Lucasfilm.
  • 11:00 AM: Transformers Armada
  • 11:30 AM: Medabots
1: Now we're starting to get somewhere...

2: And Sonic X and Shaman King, I'd put those either on Fox Family friday nights in a new action block, or I'd put them on Cartoon Network.

3: Maybe have Saban pick up Detective Conan for a new nighttime block on Fox Family, and also pick up One Piece for said new friday night action block as well as Spider-Man: The New Animated Series.

4: Why not make SWCW a full series?
Spring 2004
  • 8:00 AM: Ace Lightning(E/I) - Removed in the fall season due to complaints from the FCC, and replaced with LazyTown(more on that later).
  • 8:30 AM: Power Rangers Dino Thunder
  • 9:00 AM: Beyblade
  • 9:30 AM: Totally Spies!
  • 10:00 AM: Martin Mystery - Companion series to Totally Spies!
  • 10:30 AM: Buffy: The Animated Series
  • 10:55 AM: Star Wars Clone Wars
  • 11:00 AM: Transformers Energon
  • 11:30 AM: Medabots - Final Season
1: Isn't Ace Lightning a show that aired on CBBC?

2: Why would AL be removed due to FCC complaints?

3: Now this is getting interesting.
Fall 2004
  • 8:00 AM: LazyTown(E/I) - Instead of Nickelodeon, LazyTown would be a coproduction with Fox. It's Fox Kids' first true "preschool" program, although made with appeal to Fox Kids' target of kids 6-11. Specifically, it's aimed at kids 4-7, with wider appeal to kids 2-10.
  • 8:30 AM: Power Rangers Dino Thunder
  • 9:00 AM: Beyblade - Final season so far.
  • 9:30 AM: Totally Spies!
  • 10:00 AM: Martin Mystery - Moves to Fox Family after this season.
  • 10:30 AM: Buffy: The Animated Series
  • 11:00 AM: Fantastic Four - Fox Animation's second full-length series for Fox Kids, based on both the comics and the movies distributed by Fox. (Another Fox Animation series, Phineas and Ferb, makes its debut on Fox Family around this time.)
  • 11:30 AM: Transformers Energon
1: LazyTown would actually be cool to start the morning off with.

2: And I'm pretty sure that the weekday E/I strip has been discontinued given how nothing's been said about it?

3: Well, I think that TTL's FF animated series should be a bit better.

4: Why can't Phineas And Ferb air on Fox Kids? Other than that, I could see P&F be a big hit.
Spring 2005
  • 8:00 AM: LazyTown(E/I)
  • 8:30 AM: Jacob Two-Two(E/I) - Acquired as a companion to LazyTown in a one-hour E/I block aimed at kids 4-8, with a secondary audience of boys 6-11.
  • 9:00 AM: Power Rangers SPD
  • 9:30 AM: Battle B-Daman
  • 10:00 AM: Totally Spies! - Moved to 10 AM to make a one-hour girl block with Buffy.
  • 10:30 AM: Buffy: The Animated Series - Final season.
  • 11:00 AM: Fantastic Four
  • 11:30 AM: Transformers Cybertron
1: Those would actually make for some good hour-long blocks.

2: Can we eventually get a new Silver Surfer animated series?

Overall, I'm going to come up with a schedule inspired by this.
 

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Fall 2013:

8:00AM: Scaredy Squirrel
8:30AM: Rescue Heroes (E/I)
9:00AM: Sonic X
9:30AM: Digimon Fusion
10:00AM: Beyblade Metal Fusion
10:30AM: Ultimate Spider-Man
11:00AM: Power Rangers
11:30AM: Bolts and Blip (E/I)
 

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um no, the Pokemon show was airing on kids wb/Cartoon Network around this time so maybe a new Digimon show would
Pokémon no longer shown on Kids WB/CN anymore, so it went to Disney and moved to Netflix.

It made me thinks if Fox Kids would be suitable for new Pokémon shows by now, or possibly ABC Kids.
 

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Pokémon no longer shown on Kids WB/CN anymore, so it went to Disney and moved to Netflix.

It made me thinks if Fox Kids would be suitable for new Pokémon shows by now, or possibly ABC Kids.
I think abc kids would work because fox kids was airing Digimon around this time
 

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Would Scaredy Squirrel air on CN or Fox Kids in this timeline. It always felt like it would be a burn-off and i honestly think it belongs on FK
 

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