Showing posts with label Cartoon Network. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cartoon Network. Show all posts

Thursday, 15 September 2016

We Had Laughs And Epic Moments With Our Cartoon Network Superstars But Sadly Their Journey Ends Now

As viewers across the continent are aware, series are drawing to a conclusion on Cartoon Network. We had laughs and epic moments to remember but they will always be in our hearts.

The list of series comes as follows:

Regular Show
The news following the announcement of Regular Show ending, which ran for a successful eight seasons joining another show which also reached its milestone and that’s Adventure Time. Regular Show was the one show apart from other series (like The Amazing World Of Gumball) that made the most impact on people's lives and was one of the main reasons why viewers began watching Cartoon Network again, it had that Adult Swim Vibe. The show follows Mordecai (a blue jay) and Rigby (a raccoon) are two groundkeepers who work at the park with their boss Benson, they spend their times slacking of from work, playing videos and enjoying the good times along with their friends. It sad to see it come to this epic final moment.
Reported by Mark Hamill (Voice as Skips)
Get ready for Season 8 by J.G Quintel (Creator of Regular Show/Voices as Mordecai)

The Amazing World Of Gumball - Uncertain
Ben Bocquelet, creator of The Amazing World of Gumball announced that he will be leaving the show’s production team after Season Six to pursue other projects. The departure of Ben Bocquelet at the end of season six casts a shadow of doubt about the future of the show. The show will end at the end of season six, but there is still a chance that it can continue or be revived at a later stage. Gumball will always be remembered for its wide array of art styles, imaginative cast of characters and the cheeky mischievous antics of a blue cat named Gumball Watterson and his unusual (but at times normal) dysfunctional family.
A total of six seasons is an excellent run for an animated series, with most Cartoon Network classics in the late 1990’s to early 2000’s such as Dexter’s Laboratory and Cow and Chicken only had four seasons.

Adventure Time - Not yet
Follows the adventures of Finn the Human and his best friend Jake the Talking and Magic Dog, together they fight monsters, rescue princesses and protect the Land of Ooo from grave danger. From the beginning of the series it was the best show so far than Regular Show until the series viewership began decreasing and fading little by little in the schedule as time goes by in regions.

Teen Titans GO! - Maybe
A comedic educational animated series which follows the adventures of Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Beast Boy and Raven are back wackier as ever as they juggle it out to save Jump City and get into some foolish and tricky situations. It ran for 3 Seasons with an NBA special and crossover special with The Powerpuff Girls. There is no confirmation of a fourth season being released.

Steven Universe - Not yet
Steven Universe is a member of an elite force known as the Crystal Gems whose main mission is to fight monsters and protect humanity. From the beginning I hardly watched but as flew by it became more fun to watch. It ran for two seasons.

Uncle Grandpa
The other show that will end is Uncle Grandpa, this show had four seasons, but never got a buzz. It didn't really get viewer's attention, hardly anyone understood its purpose. It has been underrated for a while (like Clarence). This show displayed the surreal, nonsensical and unexpected humour but sadly it didn’t reach the same level of interest as Adventure Time, Regular Show and The Amazing World Of Gumball.

Clarence - Theory
Even though I hardly pay much attention to the show from my understanding it is about a 10 year old boy who explores the wonder of the world with his close comrades. Ran for two seasons, this series is also underrated but worse than Uncle Grandpa. The series struggled to reach the spotlight and voted as number one underperforming show on Cartoon Network (along with Uncle Grandpa and Wimpy Kid). So many problems when the series began production.

Cartoon Network Studios have lots of ideas for the future, a whole list of shows have come and gone within the channel’s 24 year history and it continues to win Emmys and BAFTAs for producing excellent shows; it’s certain that the trend will continue. These shows will be gone but they won’t be forgotten.

Cartoon Network is currently premieres Ben 10 internationally in October (ahead with the U.S. while they premiere it in April 2017), Mighty Magiswords premieres 29 September on Cartoon Network USA later across Cartoon Network international along with Justice League Action while Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs: The Series Comes In 2017 On Cartoon Network USA and Boomerang Internationally (Latin America, CEE, APAC and EMEA).

So far Boomerang will be premiering Grizzly and The Lemmings with Mr Bean Live successfully launched and The Happos Family. Probably in 2017 Cartoon Network and Boomerang will make the necessary announcements for new programs and distribute programs which launched way back (Talking Tom and Friends) because there is still no news on programming slate for 2017 on Cartoon Network and Boomerang besides the launch of Cloudy With The Chance Of Meatballs: The Series.

Special thanks to entertainment kids blogs Regularcapital for your contribution which Cartoon Network channels in and out of the country.

Friday, 5 August 2016

Cartoon Network Is Making Mighty Magiswords A Full-Length Series

Cartoon Network has given a greenlight to “Mighty Magiswords ,” a
full-length linear television show developed as a series of interactive
short videos on the Cartoon Network
Anything app. The linear series is the
first project to be developed as a digital-first property by Cartoon Network, then migrate to the company’s linear cable channel.
“Mighty Magiswords” debuted last year as a series of 15-second interactive videos on Cartoon Network Anything. Created by Kyle A. Carrozza, “Mighty Magiswords” tells the story of a brother-sister warrior team who rely on their collection of swords - cheeseburger sword, dolphin sword and mummy sword among them — to complete tasks during their comic adventures.
Alongside the upcoming linear series, Cartoon Network will debut more than 400 pieces of original content across various platforms. That content will include shorts, vlogs and web and mobile games, as well as interactive narratives. Cartoon Network is also developing proprietary technology that will allow fans of the series to collect and trade the various swords.