Cartoon Network UK And Boomerang UK Super Fan Club: Cartoon Network And Boomerang Want To Know Your Opinions
Turner Broadcasting UK (owners of Cartoon Network and Boomerang) have set up the Super Fan Club, the home of Cartoon Network and Boomerang superfans! Super Fan Club members will receive email invitations to a variety of fun surveys which will help improve both channels. In exchange for survey feedback and for people’s opinions and ideas, club members will have exclusive access to new show sneak peeks and will have the chance to take part in prize draws every yearly quarter for an opportunity to win Amazon.co.uk vouchers up to the value of £100 or other prizes.
Parental permission is required. At present, parents that have a child aged between 4 to 12 years old (Cartoon Network’s and Boomerang’s target audience) and the parents’ child (who is aged between 4 to 12 years old) are only allowed to participate, full terms and conditions can be viewed on the link below:
Boomerang USA Streaming Service Acquires Monchhichi Streaming Rights
Warner Bros’s and Turner USA’s classic animation streaming service – Boomerang has acquired streaming rights for a brand new show – Monchhichi. The new series is based on the Japanese monkey plush toy of the same name which was originally introduced in Tokyo in 1974. Monchhichi is being co-produced by France based Technicolor Animation Productions and French privately-owned national broadcaster – TF1 in collaboration with Monchhichi’s Japanese toy manufacturer – Sekiguchi. In the new show, Monchhichi are a group of friends who help children sleep and create dreams around the world. The popular toy has sold more than 100 million Monchhichi dolls and accessories in 40 countries.
After premiering on TF1 in France, show quickly became a viewing ratings success, the new show will join along other Hanna-Barbera, MGM and Looney Tunes classics, along with some new content including the new Care Bears series – Care Bears: Unlock the Magic. Various broadcasters in Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia have already picked up the new series. In Latin America, Discovery Kids own the broadcasting rights for the new series.
Sandrine Nguyen, co-managing director, Technicolor Animation Productions made this statement in regards of the new show:
“We have had such an enthusiastic response from children around the world who have bonded with the big-hearted, sweet dream-creating, Monchhichi. Each adventure is a whirlwind comedy, filled with action, humor and tenderness and we are delighted that Boomerang premium service will now bring their magical adventures to kids across the U.S.”
At present, there’s no information of whether the 1980’s Hanna-Barbera Monchhichi series will be added to the Boomerang streaming service.
Cartoon Network UK Craig Of The Creek New Show Full Promo Now Airing
Cartoon Network UK are now airing a full length promo for the brand new Cartoon Network original show – Craig of the Creek. The brand new show will premiere in less than two weeks time on Monday 1st October, with new episodes airing on weekdays at 5.30pm.
The brand new show follows best friends Craig, JP and Kelsey as they explore their local creek – a limitless world run by kids, a place that’s full of colourful characters who create new imaginative adventures every day. The Creek is a kid utopia where tribes of children rule over tree forts and bike ramps, the creek functions as an society run entirely by kids.
Ahead of the show’s UK premiere, Cartoon Network UK has added a new Craig of the Creek game called Adventure Quiz, play the quiz and find out which kind of explorer and Cartoon Network character you are most like.
Cartoon Network Studios Launches CNS Storyboard Academy
Cartoon Network Studios in Burbank, California has launched a new storyboard trainee programme today (17th September) called CNS Academy, the new training programme will start in February 2019 and Cartoon Network Studios are now accepting applications. The twelve-week training programme is a great entry point into the animation industry for art school graduates, trainees will have the opportunity to work alongside Cartoon Network’s top talent and learn how to storyboard a cartoon specifically for television. Storyboarding requires talent in drawing, the ability to transform a script into a series of drawings and good communication skills.
Applications close Sunday 14th October 2018, more information on how to apply can be found on the link below:
🌟BIG NEWS!!🌟 My team at Cartoon Network has worked hard to launch CNS Academy – a Storyboarding Trainee Program!! Applications NOW OPEN for Spring 2019!! https://t.co/G5rthrOBNs **Lots of information in the FAQ. I will absolutely not be answering ANY questions. Thank you. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/M4hsVwY6mn
Cartoon Network UK 25th Anniversary: Previous Birthday Celebrations
Today (17th September) is Cartoon Network UK’s (originally launched as Cartoon Network Europe) 25th Birthday, so here’s a brief overview of the channel’s previous birthday milestones.
Cartoon Network UK’s 10th Birthday
In 2003, Cartoon Network UK celebrated its 10th birthday, during this era, Cartoon Network Europe co-production – The Cramp Twins was airing on the channel (hence the logo featuring Wayne Cramp biting a chunk out the of the logo). During this time, Cartoon Network invested a average of $100 million in animated productions each year, which includes the United States and Europe. At this point in its history, the channel was UK’s number one commercial channel for children aged between 4 to 9 years old. For the 10th Anniversary, the channel had a special competition, also during that September, Codename: Kids Next Door premiered.
A few days before Cartoon Network UK’s 18th Birthday in 2011 (14th September) – a HD version of the channel – Cartoon Network HD launched, the night schedule also featured classic Cartoon Cartoons from the late 1990’s to early 2000’s. During this era, The Amazing World of Gumball was a brand new show and Ben 10: Ultimate Alien was airing, this was also during Regular Show’s and Adventure Time’s early days.
I think its great that CN UK has celebrated its 25th Birthday with a party and will have a special screening at BAFTA in London in a less than a couple of weeks time, but I’m disappointed that there’s no celebrations on the actual channel, this is nowhere near compared to the amazing effort Cartoon Network Latin America has done for their 25th Birthday a few months ago and at least CN USA aired a special ident for their 25th Birthday last October, which CN UK could of aired. I’m aware that unlike Latin America, the European market is a lot more fragmented, and different versions of CN will have their birthdays at different times, but this could of been more of an European effort and not just a UK one, as most of Europe had the original pan-European version since the very beginning. Nickelodeon UK also celebrated their 25th birthday this month and had no celebrations on the channel.
In Latin America particularly, the channel has very high viewership, but meanwhile in Britain there’s a lot more competition in the children’s broadcasting sector than there used to be (especially FTA channels such as CBBC, CITV and POP) and the amount of children’s channels is disproportionately high compared other developed nations, but in pay-TV terms and according to BARB statistics, CN UK still holds up against Nickelodeon and Disney Channel.
Cartoon Network UK’s 25th Anniversary: A Brief History Of The Channel
Tomorrow (17th September), 25 years ago, Cartoon Network Europe commenced broadcasting, it became Europe’s first television channel dedicated to animation, the channel launched only 11 and a half months after its U.S. counterpart and just like the original U.S. version, it aired cartoons from Hanna-Barbera’s animation library, which includes all time classics such as The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Scooby-Doo!, Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound and many more, plus the Tom and Jerry shorts from MGM.
Cartoon Network Europe’s oldest (publicly known) schedule that can be found on the internet (including TCM’s first night and CN’s first 24-hour schedule) can be found on the link below:
Cartoon Network Europe was the first version of the channel outside the United States, a Latin American version did launch in April 1993, although that version was based at Turner’s HQ in Atlanta and to an extent, it’s still based there today. Cartoon Network USA had somewhat of a slow start, initially not every cable service carried the channel (it was available for those with a satellite dish), this wasn’t really Turner’s fault, it was just the reluctance of cable companies making long-term contracts. But when Cartoon Network launched in Europe, it took a different approach, the channel launched as a free-to-air channel available to all cable providers around the UK and Europe and anyone with a satellite dish pointing at Astra’s European satellite service. The first general manager of Cartoon Network Europe was Sue Kroll (now the Head of Worldwide Marketing and Distribution at Warner Bros.).
At launch, Cartoon Network Europe broadcasted between 5am and 7pm, it launched alongside and timeshared with another new channel from Turner – TNT Classic Movies, this was the precursor of TCM (Turner Classic Movies), which launched in the U.S. the following year. At launch, Cartoon Network already had rivals in the UK multichannel market, its biggest U.S. rival – Nickelodeon made it to UK shores 16 days earlier, Nickelodeon had the support of British satellite TV provider – Sky who still owns a stake in the channel today, Nickelodeon was already quite established in the U.S. and already had some original content, however, Nickelodeon had a slower but more localised approach to Cartoon Network and didn’t expand into other parts of Europe until later in the 1990’s, also Nickelodeon required a subscription to Sky’s newly launched Multichannels package.
CN’s other rival was UK-based TCC (The Children’s Channel) which was also available in the Benelux and Nordic parts of Europe and in France, it faced competition against children’s channel Canal J. It’s seems as it was no co-incidence that Cartoon Network launched with a partial soundtrack service in French, Norwegian and Swedish, also a localised version of CN launched in the Netherlands four years later. Even though, CN was available in Europe, although it had quite a heavy UK focus as all shows were in English and mostly had UK focused advertising. In December 1996, Cartoon Network Europe became a 24-hour service, however most cable operators (as well as Sky’s analogue satellite service) continued carrying the Cartoon Network/TNT timeshare service.
Immediately after the channel’s initial launch, CN Europe was met with controversy on Continental Europe as the governments of France and Belgium prohibited cable companies from carrying Cartoon Network, as it was seen as an “invasion of American culture”, the ban was lifted. Turner’s news channel – CNN International has been broadcasting from London since 1985, so Turner already had an established base in the UK. On 26th November 1993, Cartoon Network Europe took part in “The Great International Toon-In”, where Cartoon Network USA and all six Turner-owned entertainment networks in the United States (that existed at the time), Cartoon Network Latin America and Cartoon Network Europe shared a marathon schedule presented by 3D-CGI character Moxy the Dog.
After a successful launch in Europe, Cartoon Network launched in the Asia-Pacific region the following year, which means, after two years, the channel already had near global coverage. The next stage in Cartoon Network’s journey will be one that will change the course of the channel forever. Over in the United States, the now Turner-owned Hanna-Barbera animation studio set up a new studio brand – Cartoon Network Studios and started to experiment with new ideas for the channel in a brand new animation shorts programme called “World Premiere Cartoons” (later became “What A Cartoon”), What A Cartoon spawned Cartoon Network’s original Cartoon Cartoons such as Dexter’s Laboratory, The Powerpuff Girls, Cow and Chicken, Mike, Lu and Og, Courage the Cowardly Dog and Johnny Bravo. As years went by, Cartoon Network started to become less dependent on its classic animation archive and started to focus on more original programming, also the merger with Time Warner in the mid-1990’s further supplemented the channel with animated productions from Warner Bros. Animation, this included Tiny Toon Adventures, Batman: The Animated Series, The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries, Taz-Mania, Animaniacs and the all-important post-1948 Looney Tunes shorts.
By the late 90’s, countries and regions started to have their own versions of Cartoon Network, where as the UK version (i.e. the original pan-European version) still functioned as the pan-European version of the channel up until 15th October 1999, a separate pan-European version was launched that summer which copied CN UK’s schedule (with some shows excluded and replaced), however after a couple of years, things started to differ. Also as a whole, Cartoon Network Europe started to diverge from its American counterpart in terms of presentation, by using an altered version of CN USA’s Powerhouse rebrand. All the movies from TNT were moved to a new channel – a UK version of TCM, TNT became a short-lived UK and analogue only entertainment channel.
In May 2000, Cartoon Network UK welcomed in the new millennium with a new channel that celebrates animation from the past – Boomerang (which originated from a programming block from the channel’s early days), this means Cartoon Network’s schedule was now freed up for more original shows, Cartoon Network Europe also started to make its own co-productions by partnering with European studios with new shows such as The Cramp Twins and Fat Dog Mendoza. In later years, came Robotboy, Spaced Out, Skatoony and Chop Socky Chooks. Cartoon Network UK started to air Japanese anime starting off with Dragon Ball Z, the popularity of Dragon Ball Z led to the establishment of the Toonami programming block, which led to a new channel called CNX in 2002 which targeted teenagers and young adults and featured productions from Adult Swim, action movies and Japanese anime. Less than a year later, the CNX channel was rebranded as Toonami and became more child friendly. Toonami started to move away from the action animation format and started airing live-action sitcoms, after this change, it closed a year later. In 2006, a companion channel – Cartoon Network Too launched, the channel acted as a overflow to the main CN channel and later focused on action animation, the channel also had a pre-school programming block called Cartoonito which later spawned the Cartoonito pre-school channel which launched in 2007. In 2014, Cartoon Network Too closed and Cartoon Network UK’s one-hour timeshift service – Cartoon Network +1 was reinstated.
The 2000’s decade saw an explosion of brand new animation from Cartoon Network Studios with Sheep in the Big City, Time Squad, Samurai Jack, Grim & Evil (later became The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy), Whatever Happened to Robot Jones? and Codename: Kids Next Door. In 2002, Cartoon Network introduced a brand new look called “Casillas” (Spanish for Boxes) as it was developed by design studio – Ink Apache, the rebrand was very creative and made use of existing archive footage of Cartoon Network’s animated shows.
In 2005, Cartoon Network UK (and the rest of Europe) introduced Cartoon Network USA’s “CN City” graphics package on its channel, CN City featured all of Cartoon Network’s cartoon characters living together in one city making it effectively one big crossover. The CN City era remains one of the most memorable eras on Cartoon Network and saw the launch of Foster’s Home of Imaginary Friends, Camp Lazlo, Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi and Cartoon Network’s most successful action-animation franchise – Ben 10. After CN City era, Cartoon Network UK introduced another rebrand featuring an arrow that heavily featured the logo, this era featured bumpers animated by British animation studio – Pesky. The second stage of the Arrow Era featured CGI bumpers developed by 3D design studio – Stardust. During this time, Chowder and The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack were airing on the channel
In 2010, Cartoon Network UK introduced a fresh new graphics package known as “Check It” that helped reboot the channel for the new animation renaissance of the 2010’s, Check It is considered to be a modern adaptation of Cartoon Network’s original Checkerboard graphics package. This era saw the successful Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Cartoon Network Development Studios Europe first ever show – The Amazing World of Gumball, which had its world premiere on Cartoon Network UK in 2011. A high-definition version of Cartoon Network – Cartoon Network UK HD also launched in 2011. Uncle Grandpa, Clarence, Teen Titans Go! and Steven Universe later followed with another iteration of “Check It” – Check It 3.0. Before the end of Check It 3.0. The Powerpuff Girls reboot was introduced in 2016, followed by Ben 10 later that year. In 2016, there was a short-lived Check It 4.0. rebrand that only lasted a year. In 2017, the Dimensional graphics package was introduced, which is Cartoon Network UK’s current era, during this era, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, Ben 10: Challenge and Unikitty! premiered, and next month, the channel will premiere Craig of the Creek.
Cartoon Network Africa And Boomerang Africa October 2018 Highlights: All Times CAT
Cartoon Network Africa October 2018 Highlights
Brand New Show
Craig Of The Creek
Premieres Monday 15th October, airs Monday to Friday at 3.40pm.
Grab your toilet-paper sword and follow best friends Craig, JP, and Kelsey as they explore the untamed suburban wilderness known as the Creek – a kid utopia where tribes of children rule over tree forts and bike ramps, making up an entire kid society. It’s a boundless, kid-run world full of colorful characters that fosters new imaginative adventures every day.
“When my house is not a home, the creek is still the creek. There’s always space out here to call my own, any day of the week”. Make sure to tune in to Cartoon Network for this exciting new adventure!
Premieres Monday 1st October, airs Monday to Friday at 7.40am.
We have a great idea for how you can celebrate weekday mornings without school these holidays! Drag yourself out of bed, keep the blanket on if you must, and turn on Cartoon Network to experience the best way ever to wake up. During the holiday week, the first week of October, we have put together a special stunt on weekday mornings where every day we will focus on one of your favourite shows, like: Teen Titans Go!, Regular Show and The Amazing World of Gumball. Even our newcomer, Craig of the Creek, will get a special morning for the holidays!
Brand New Episodes
The Powerpuff Girls
New episodes air from Monday 8th October, airs Mondays to Fridays at 5.55pm.
The power of three!
The Powerpuff Girls are back in new adventures this October on Cartoon Network. The lives of these three super-cute, super-fierce girls sure get interesting while trying to balance teenage drama while still saving the world before bedtime! The all-new episodes include quests to cure jungle temples, arctic missions, first dates and big, priceless loves. Whatever is in that chemical X, we want some! Tune in to Cartoon Network for some kickass girl power this October!
Special thanks to Entertainment Inside Us for the info:
New episodes from season two air from Monday 1st October, airs Monday 1st October to Monday 8th October at 9.35am.
The Happos are finally back!
The Happos Family season 2 is finally landing on the channel… with a wonderful splash! After the gates to the safari park close to all visitors, it’s time for the Happo’s fun-fueled happoness adventures to begin – the wallowing, lazy hippos are long gone. For example, see how Fixit makes Bella a nice pair of red dancing shoes – which go haywire on their own! There is never a dull moment with these guys, so we’ve decided to bring their crazy, zany, Happo adventures along to our school holiday celebrations, pairing them with their other crazy, zany Boomerang friends in our special
New episodes air on Saturday 20th October and also Wednesday 31st October from 4.40pm.
Our Wacky racers are back at it again! This lap around they are facing some extraordinary contestants, bring- ing the game up to a whole new level! It’s a truly epic line-up they have before them, starting off against the God of the Underworld and his helpers, Pluto and Ceberus. The race then takes them to Victorian England with steam-powered automotive vehicles, over to the underwater city of Atlantis, and at some point, Thor, the God of Thunders, tags along as well… Make sure to tune in to Boomerang for some true, wacky racing, this October!
Holiday Programming Stunt
Airs from Monday 22nd October, airs Monday to Friday at 3.40pm.
A vegan bun to go!
Mina and her three pets, the cautious cat Chester, the happy-go lucky dog Harold and the vegetarian vampire rabbit Bunnicula, are back for more not-so-bloody stories on Boomerang! Sweet Bunnicula sure is good at ‘accidentally’ getting himself into a mess, like ‘accidentally’ wiping people’s minds, ‘accidentally’ draining ancient plants, or ‘accidentally’ turning into chocolate … amongst other things! Since this gang of friends is BIG on Halloween, they’ll be throwing a BIG Halloween party stunt on the channel together with Scooby-Doo and his friends, where they will all be celebrating the spooky holidays in a BIG way. You don’t want to miss out on this!
Special thanks to Entertainment Inside Us for the info:
Cartoon Network Latin America September 2018 Highlights Video
Cartoon Network Latin America has uploaded a highlights video for September 2018. In September, Cartoon Network Latin America’s 25th Anniversary will have an encore with marathons of classic shows including Ed, Edd n Eddy, Dexter’s Laboratory, Cow and Chicken and Johnny Bravo. The channel will also air the Adventure Time finale – Come Along With Me and also new episodes of Unikitty!, Ben 10, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, Summer Camp Island, Craig of the Creek, The Amazing World of Gumball and The Powerpuff Girls.
In terms of digital content, Toontubers will feature let’s play episodes of Fortnite and Baudi’s Basics and a comments special. There’s also new episodes of Another Week in Cartoon, Villainous and Cartoon Network Anything. On the Cartoon Network Anything mobile app, there’s a new Dexter’s Laboratory mini-game, on the web version, there’s a new Adventure Time football mini-game. On Cartoon Network Latin America’s fan-art website (http://www.cnfanart.com) it’s Adventure Time month. On the Cartoon Network Latin America website, there’s a brand new Adventure Time game – Angry Betty (https://spa.cartoonnetworkla.com/juego/betty-enojada).
Cartoon Network Latin America’s and Cartoon Network Brazil’s television highlights for September can be found on the link below:
Cartoon Network This Week Episode 30 Cartoon Network This Week Favourite Moments
This week’s episode of Cartoon Network This Week features a montage of clips from the YouTube show’s previous episodes. The online show has been running for over seven months after debuting in February this year.
Over the past 29 episodes, the show has featured interviews with Greg Cipes (voice of Beast Boy from Teen Titans Go!); John Fang (executive producer of Ben 10); Jeremy Shada (voice of Finn), John DiMaggio (voice of Jake) and Olivia Olson (voice of Marceline) all from Adventure Time; Ian Jones-Quartey (creator of OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes); Julia Pott (creator of Summer Camp Island); Diego Molano (creator of Victor and Valentino); Philip Solomon (voice of Craig from Craig of the Creek); McKenzie Atwood (host of the Steven Universe podcast), Estelle Darlings (voice of Garnet from Steven Universe) and also Rebecca Sugar (creator of Steven Universe). The show has also featured Cartoon Network’s events from this year’s SXSW festival and also at San Diego Comic Con, also new show sneak peeks of Craig of the Creek, Summer Camp Island, Infinity Train and Victor and Valentino along with the sneak peek of the Adventure Time Minecraft special – Diamonds and Lemons.
This blog documents every episode of Cartoon Network This Week, to view all posts relating to the YouTube series, please follow the link below:
Cartoon Network USA Halloween Colouring Book Bumpers Mashup
After a slight graphics refresh on Monday this week (10th September), Cartoon Network USA is continuing the Colouring Book theme with another colouring-in mashup, but this time it’s for an ident that will air during Halloween. Cartoon Network USA are inviting fans to take part in the mashup and colour-in individual frames for two Halloween themed bumpers/idents. Fans can take part in the mashup and find out more by visiting https://cartoonnetworkmashup.com, submissions for the Halloween mashup will close on Tuesday 25th September.
The first ident features Susie – the meanest witch on Summer Camp Island in the woods, she’s brewing up a concoction in her cauldron, with ghost-like Cartoon Network characters escaping from it, the ident features Finn and Jake from Adventure Time, Grizz from We Bare Bears, Oscar from Summer Camp Island, Gumball from The Amazing World of Gumball and K.O. from OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes. In the background behind Susie, we can see the strongest witch on Summer Camp Island – Alice flying past.
The second ident features a head transformation animation, it starts off with Summer Camp Island’s Oscar as a mummy being unbandaged, followed by Panda from We Bare Bears as a Jack-o’-lantern and then Raven from Teen Titans Go! releasing bats from her cape.
Cartoon Network UK 25th Anniversary Party In London Last Night 13th September 2018
To celebrate Cartoon Network UK’s 25th Anniversary next Monday (17th September), the channel held a special birthday party in London and have invited members of the media industry (including children’s magazine – Mega Magazine and media planning company – Guerillascope) and also a bunch of celebrities. Ashley Roberts (ex-Pussycat Dolls member), Camilla Kerslake (classical singer), Chris Robshaw (former England Team Rugby Captain), Joel Dommett (comedian and actor), Pips Taylor (TV Presenter) and Vanessa White (ex-The Saturdays pop group member) were all invited to the special party.
The party even had a large ball pit and a elaborately decorated cake featuring Cartoon Network characters including The Powerpuff Girls; The Watterson family from The Amazing World of Gumball; Rigby and Benson from Regular Show, Dexter from Dexter’s Laboratory, Apple from Apple and Onion; Finn, Jake and Lady Rainicon from Adventure Time, Johnny Bravo and the three bears from We Bare Bears – Grizz, Panda and Ice Bear.
Cartoon Network UK 25th Anniversary: Classic Shows YouTube Channels
In addition to the brand new Cartoon Network Classics section on the Cartoon Network UK website, Cartoon Network UK has started to upload clips from its classic shows onto their YouTube channel ahead of the channel’s 25th anniversary on Monday (17th September), starting off with Courage the Cowardly Dog and Ed, Edd and Eddy.
Also, five classic Cartoon Network shows now have their very own dedicated YouTube channels – Courage The Cowardly Dog, Johnny Bravo, Dexter’s Laboratory, Ed, Edd n Eddy and Chowder.
The Licensing Awards 2018: CID And Adult Swim’s Rick And Morty Wins Best Licensed Adult Apparel Range Award
The 2018 Licensing Awards ceremony was held last night (11th September) at The Grosvenor House Hotel in London, UK. The 2018 Licensing Awards was an opportunity to celebrate the best licensed products and services of the year. Licensed entertainment clothing distributor – CID won the “Best Licensed Adult Apparel Range” award for a T-shirt collection based on Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty. Also, Cartoon Network Enterprises EMEA’s very own Tasmyn Knight won the LIMA (Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association) UK Rising Star award.
This year’s awards ceremony was attended by 1,400 retailers, licensors, licensees and industry executives. Each award category was sponsored by a brand or company, Cartoon Network sponsored the “The Innovation Award”, in this category Bioworld International’s DC Superheroes (a property owned by Cartoon Network’s sister company – Warner Bros.) Foundmi range took the prize. A Foundmi is a Bluetooth tracking tag that helps you keep track of your valuables, with a Foundmi tag, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman or The Flash can truly become your personal superhero who can help you find your lost items. Warner Bros. Consumer Products also sponsored the “Best Retailer of Adult Licensed Products” category, in this category, the award was given to national home entertainment retailer – HMV.
Cartoon Network UK 25th Anniversary: Cartoon Network Classics Games And Videos
Next Monday (17th September), Cartoon Network will be celebrating 25 years of broadcasting in the UK and Ireland (as well as the greater pan-European area). On the Cartoon Network UK website, there’s a brand new section called “Cartoon Network Originals”, it’s a brand new place to showcase all the games and video clips of Cartoon Network’s classic shows from the past 25 years including Dexter’s Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Cow and Chicken, Ed, Edd n Eddy, Courage The Cowardly Dog and Chowder.