4Kids Entertainment ( ) is an American company specialising in the acquisition, production and licensing of children's entertainment around the world. They are most known for their original and acquired television programs. ...more on Wikipedia about "4Kids Entertainment"
ABC Kids is a four-hour block of animated cartoons and live-action children's television shows, broadcast on the ABC network in the U.S. and (until 2002) on the CTV network in Canada on Saturday mornings. It was initiated in January 1997 as Disney's One Saturday Morning, taking on its current name in September 2002. ...more on Wikipedia about "ABC Kids (United States)"
Book TV is a weekend program on upcoming and established authors broadcast by C-SPAN on the C-SPAN 2 channel. It usually is shown during the weekend but is also broadcast during congressional breaks when the normal coverage of the United States House of Representatives and Senate is no longer necessary. ...more on Wikipedia about "Book TV"
Daytime WB is a afternoon programming block broadcast by the WB Television Network. It suceeded Kids' WB on January 2nd, 2006. == History == Daytime WB was created because the former holder of its timeslot, Kids' WB, shared more and more of its programming with Cartoon Network because of the 1996 Turner- Time Warner merger. This, combined with continued complaints from local affiliates of overrepetitive programming during the Summer of 2005, lead to Kids WBs cancellation on January 2, 2006 and the creation of Daytime WB. Daytime WB currently has reruns of ER and 8 Simple Rules, and starting in September 2006, 8 Simple Rules will be replaced with Reba. ...more on Wikipedia about "Daytime WB"
Disney's One Too was a spinoff of Disney's One Saturday Morning, and resembled The Disney Afternoon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Disney's One Too"
Fox Kids (officially Fox Family Worldwide, Inc) was the Fox network's children's programming division and brand name from September 8, 1990 until December 28, 2001. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fox Kids"
Jetix is a children's television programming brand owned by The Walt Disney Company. It was previously known as Fox Kids. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jetix"
After the Turner– Time Warner merger in 1996, Kids' WB formed an alliance with Cartoon Network, and over time, they have shared more and more programming. Due to this, and because of the local affilates complaining about overrepetitive programming during the summer of 2005, Kids' WB ceased to broadcast on weekday afternoons on January 2, 2006 and was replaced with the new Daytime WB block, consisting of ER and 8 Simple Rules. ** ...more on Wikipedia about "Kids' WB"
Nick in the Afternoon was a programming block on Nickelodeon that was aired from 1996 to 1998 on weekday afternoons during the summer, hosted by Stick Stickly, a talking popsicle stick. During its first summer, the programming consisted of normal Nickelodeon shows that would have aired regardless, but come its second summer Nick in the Afternoon took a drastic turn, instead showing preselected NickToons with added segments such as "U-Pick" (viewers pick what show and episode they want to see) and U-Dip (viewers pick which substance Stick Stickly is dipped in) The segments, although pre-selected, were chosen by a big spinner which Stick Stickly would be tied to and acted as the arrow. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nick in the Afternoon"
(Nickelodeon TV Weekend Blocks) Friday Night Nicktoons aired from September 2002 to late 2004; its original time slot was 8-10 p.m. Eastern time, expanded to start at 7 p.m. toward the end of its run. It generally aired only from September through May, but became Prime Time Nicktoons for the summer of 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nickelodeon TV Weekend Blocks"
Pumping GAS was a two-hour programming block on the Nickelodeon spin-off network, Nick GAS. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pumping Gas"
Saturday Supercade was a Saturday morning television cartoon series produced by Ruby-Spears Productions. It ran for two seasons on CBS beginning in 1983. Each episode was comprised of several shorter segments featuring video game characters from the Golden Age of Arcade Games. ...more on Wikipedia about "Saturday Supercade"
Scooby's All-Star Laff-a-Lympics was a Saturday morning cartoon program block produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions from 1977 to 1979 for ABC. During the 1978– 1979 season, it was known as simply Scooby's All-Stars. It contained the following segments: ...more on Wikipedia about "Scooby's All-Star Laff-a-Lympics"
SNICK (short for Saturday Night Nickelodeon) was a two-hour programming block on the American cable television network Nickelodeon, geared toward tween audiences, that ran from 1992 until mid- 2003, when it was replaced by TeeNICK. It aired from 8 to 10 p.m. Eastern time Saturdays. ...more on Wikipedia about "SNICK" Fast shortopedia
TEENick is popular Nickelodeon block originaly hosted by Nick Cannon is hosted by J. J. Boogie. ...more on Wikipedia about "TEENick"
TGIF is the slogan of a programming block on the ABC TV network. ...more on Wikipedia about "TGIF (ABC)"
The Disney Afternoon was a created-for- syndication two-hour television programming block which aired from September 10, 1990 until 1998. It was produced by The Walt Disney Company. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Disney Afternoon"
The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera is the name of a syndicated block of animated television programming and a former ride at Universal Studios Florida. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera"
The N is a television channel in the United States aimed at pre-teens and teenagers. It is owned by Viacom. It was launched on April 1, 2002 and runs from 6PM - 6AM EST. During the day, the channel is known as Noggin and is targeted toward pre-schoolers. The channel was founded as Noggin by Viacom and Sesame Workshop, with the latter eventually selling their stake in the company to Viacom. ...more on Wikipedia about "The N"
The Rudy and Gogo World Famous Cartoon Show was a programming block of animated cartoons for Turner Network Television (TNT) during the 1990s. Hosted by Rowdy Rudy (a puppet of a young boy, who looked a little like Howdy Doody), and his pet goat Gogo (actually derived from black and white footage of Violet the Goat from the MGM-era Our Gang comedies), the show featured a variety of cartoon short subjects from Turner Entertainment's library, including Warner Bros.' Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies, MGM cartoons such as Tom and Jerry and Droopy, and Fleischer/ Famous' Popeye the Sailor. Between each cartoon, Rudy would ususally tell jokes or make other such comments about the next cartoon in the lineup. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Rudy and Gogo World Famous Cartoon Show"
The Scooby-Doo/Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour was a package show produced by both Hanna-Barbera Productions and Ruby-Spears Productions in 1982 for ABC Saturday mornings. It contained the following segments: ...more on Wikipedia about "The Scooby-Doo/Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour"
(Tickle-U) Tickle U was a pre-school television programming block on Cartoon Network, airing from 9 AM-11 AM US Eastern/Pacific Time. 5:30 AM-7:30 AM US Central Time. It premiered in the U.S. on August 22, 2005, and is hosted by Pipoca, Henderson and Place. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tickle-U"
TV Heaven is a program that airs on WLCB-TV on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. It features many classic programs such as The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, The Lucy Show, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Life With Elizabeth (The Betty White Show), and many more. It also features tidbits about different tv facts in between commercial breaks. There slogan is "TV Heaven, Where Good Shows Are Always Welcomed". ...more on Wikipedia about "Tv heaven"
U-Pick Live was a program airing on Nickelodeon from October 14, 2002 to May 27, 2005 on weekday afternoons at Nickelodeon Headquarters in New York City's Times Square. Starting at 5:00pm EST to 7:00pm EST. The show allowed viewers to pick via internet voting the Nickelodeon shows, usually cartoons, that would air. The hosts of the show also took part in sketches and gags, often including members of the studio audience and celebrity guests. Interviews with celebrity guests and musical performances were also frequent features. ...more on Wikipedia about "U-Pick Live"
The USA Cartoon Express was a popular television programming block of animation on the USA Network from 1980 to 1998. The Express, as many "children of the 80s" refer to it, was the first structured animation block on cable television, predating Nickelodeon's animation blocks by half a decade and Cartoon Network by more than a decade. ...more on Wikipedia about "USA Cartoon Express"
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