The '90s were a Golden Age for cartoons. Both Cartoon Network and Disney Channel were filled with countless hours of quality television. However, what made the '90s such a great time for TV was the iconic female characters who became our heroes eventually. Whether you were into cartoons or hospital dramas, television series in the 90s, they carried a slew of diverse feminist characters to look up. This Thursday we list few of our favorite female characters who will always remain our heroes. Powerpuff Girls Powerpuff Girls became synonymous with girl power. Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercups -proved that girls were equals in the crime-fighting world, and that it takes all types to make up a female power trio. They showed how individuality should be respected and working together for a...
Launch follows shortly after platform’s addition of Turner’s CNN International Iconic animated shows including Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, Tom and Jerry and Scooby-Doo have found a new home in Australia, with the launch of Cartoon Network and Boomerang on Fetch TV. Turner’s two global flagship children channels will be available from January on the IPTV service. Cartoon Network, Asia Pacific’s leading kids’ channel, is known for its unique brand of surprising humour and has been entertaining Aussie families for more than two decades. Aside from Ben, Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, Fetch TV viewers will also be amongst the first to watch the channel’s new series Mighty Magiswords. Meanwhile, Boomerang is the place for families who want to see new episodes of iconic cartoons such as Mr
We never stop loving cartoon shows, from childhood days to adulthood we enjoy watching them. We still binge watch cartoon shows from the past just to make us feel at home and bring some fun and joyful memories. Today, we have cartoon shows in abundance and most of them are reboots from the past. Most of cartoon shows we watched as kids brought positive messages and learning. They had simple yet amazing storylines. We all could relate to the characters. Although, In India Doordarshan was the first channel to bring cartoon shows, we always remember cartoon network for making us fall in love with awesome series. Well, today we take you down the memory lane with 5 cartoon shows of Cartoon Network which we still love: Scooby-Doo, where are you! This show was the first incarnation of t...
The Returning of Charlie Brown on TV sets will hit hearts of kids and parents’ altogether; Boomerang will host the series of shorts.... Embarking on a series of vignettes, Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of Charles Schluz’ “Peanuts” gang will return to U.S TV on Time Warner’s Boomerang Network beginning on May 9. New series will mark their debut each day at 11.30 in morning in U.S. The cartoons come not from the people who devised TV classics like “It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” or “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” but rather Normaal Animation of France, which is operating under license from Peanuts Worldwide LLC. The cartoons began running overseas in 2014 in advance of the debut of a new movie featuring Sally, Linus, Peppermint Patty and others which surfaced in 2015.
European heavyweight in pay-TV segment –Sky has entered into an agreement which sealed a long term content–contract for several shows from Cartoon Network, Boomerang and preschool channel Cartoonito.European heavyweight in pay-TV segment –Sky has entered into an agreement which sealed a long term content –contract for several shows from Cartoon Network, Boomerang and preschool channel Cartoonito. (more…)
Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry and Scooby-Doo Among Properties to Feature in Retail Loyalty Programmes Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA (WBCP EMEA) has renewed its deal with retail marketing company TCC, which has created a number of new retail loyalty programmes featuring key characters from Warner Bros.’ beloved animation portfolio. Tom and Jerry, Looney Tunes and Scooby-Doo are among the properties that will front retail campaigns across the EMEA region. The promotional support will cover instant rewards programmes, redemption rewards schemes, digital consumer games and ‘spend and get’ offers at supermarkets, hypermarkets, petrol stations, convenience stores and DIY and home improvement outlets. (more…)
Turner’s second flagship kids’ brand to debut in North Asia Boomerang, the global kids’ brand and companion channel to Cartoon Network, has expanded its footprint in Asia with a Korean debut in 15 million households on major cable and IPTV platforms, available from November 14, 2015. (more…)
Specialist is On Board to Expand and Develop Regional Opportunities Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA (WBCP) proudly announces that it has appointed Megalicense International as its licensing representatives in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States’ (CIS) markets as of January 1, 2016. Under the agreement with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, Megalicense International will be responsible for WBCP’s vast portfolio of classic brands, television, films and new theatrical releases and their licensing and merchandising programs in Russia and CIS markets. (more…)
Turner’s second flagship kids’ brand increases its regional footprint Boomerang, the global kids’ brand and companion channel to Cartoon Network, has launched in Malaysia on HyppTV with a two-month free preview available from August 1, 2015. Boomerang is an all-animation network with a line-up of household names and contemporary cartoons programmed for both kids and their families. The channel offers exclusive, first-run content including new episodes of timeless favourites such as Tom and Jerry, Looney Tunes and Scooby-Doo, as well as premium acquisitions including Garfield, Pink Panther, Strawberry Shortcake, My Little Pony, Mr. Bean, Inspector Gadget, DreamWorks’ Turbo FAST and DreamWorks’ two Dragons series. (more…)