History AdoredByTheNetwork / CartoonNetwork

3rd Jun '16 6:43:34 PM SilverSupernova
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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, [adult swim], most of their Cartoon Cartoons) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole from the early 90s into the mid-2000s. ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it. Even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fans didn't like them as much as the network did. Toonami's return in 2012 even coincided with the return of WesternAnimation/CartoonPlanet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts).

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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, [adult swim], most of their Cartoon Cartoons) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole from the early 90s into the mid-2000s. ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it. it (and even then, a web series managed to push it a bit longer than EENE). Even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fans didn't like them as much as the network did.advertising. Toonami's return in 2012 even coincided with the return of WesternAnimation/CartoonPlanet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts). It helps that ''Coast to Coast'' was the show which kicked off the network's own original programming.
2nd Jun '16 7:04:24 PM SilverSupernova
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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, [adult swim], and most of their Cartoon Cartoons via Cartoon Planet) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole from the early 90s into the mid-2000s. ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it. Even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fans didn't like them as much as the network did. Toonami's return in 2012 even coincided with the return of Cartoon Planet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts).

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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, [adult swim], and most of their Cartoon Cartoons via Cartoon Planet) Cartoons) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole from the early 90s into the mid-2000s. ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it. Even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fans didn't like them as much as the network did. Toonami's return in 2012 even coincided with the return of Cartoon Planet WesternAnimation/CartoonPlanet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts).
2nd Jun '16 6:54:21 PM SilverSupernova
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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, [adult swim], and most of their Cartoon Cartoons via Cartoon Planet) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole from the early 90s into the mid-2000s. Space Ghost: Coast to Coast was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it. Even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fans didn't like them as much as the network did. Toonami's return in 2012 even coincided with the return of Cartoon Planet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts).

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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, [adult swim], and most of their Cartoon Cartoons via Cartoon Planet) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole from the early 90s into the mid-2000s. Space Ghost: Coast to Coast ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it. Even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fans didn't like them as much as the network did. Toonami's return in 2012 even coincided with the return of Cartoon Planet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts).
2nd Jun '16 6:53:17 PM SilverSupernova
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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, Cartoon Planet, [adult swim]) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole from the early 90s into the mid-2000s. Space Ghost: Coast to Coast was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it. Even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fans didn't like them as much as the network did. Toonami's return in 2012 even coincided with the return of Cartoon Planet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts).

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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, [adult swim], and most of their Cartoon Planet, [adult swim]) Cartoons via Cartoon Planet) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole from the early 90s into the mid-2000s. Space Ghost: Coast to Coast was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it. Even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fans didn't like them as much as the network did. Toonami's return in 2012 even coincided with the return of Cartoon Planet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts).
2nd Jun '16 6:51:40 PM SilverSupernova
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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, Cartoon Planet, [adult swim]) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole into the mid-2000s, Space Ghost: Coast to Coast was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it, and even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fanbase didn't like them as much as the network did. Toonami's return in 2012 even coincided with the return of Cartoon Planet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts).

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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, Cartoon Planet, [adult swim]) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole from the early 90s into the mid-2000s, mid-2000s. Space Ghost: Coast to Coast was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it, and even it. Even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fanbase fans didn't like them as much as the network did. Toonami's return in 2012 even coincided with the return of Cartoon Planet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts).
2nd Jun '16 6:50:14 PM SilverSupernova
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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, Cartoon Planet, [adult swim]) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole into the mid-2000s, Space Ghost: Coast to Coast was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it, and even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fanbase didn't like them as much as the network did. Toonami's return even coincided with the return of Cartoon Planet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts).

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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, Cartoon Planet, [adult swim]) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole into the mid-2000s, Space Ghost: Coast to Coast was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it, and even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fanbase didn't like them as much as the network did. Toonami's return in 2012 even coincided with the return of Cartoon Planet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts). hosts).
2nd Jun '16 6:45:42 PM SilverSupernova
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* Space Ghost was almost always very prominent in the network's history. Many of the network's more popular blocks (Toonami, Cartoon Planet, [adult swim]) evolved from spin-offs of the series. Space Ghost, Zorak and Brak seemingly existed as the mascots for the network as a whole into the mid-2000s, Space Ghost: Coast to Coast was the network's original longest runner before Ed Edd n Eddy dethroned it, and even when their shows were cancelled, Cartoon Network still gave them prominent roles in advertising, often making jokes about how the fanbase didn't like them as much as the network did. Toonami's return even coincided with the return of Cartoon Planet (with Brak and Zorak returning as hosts).
26th May '16 11:08:31 PM BNSF1995
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* As of May 2015, the U.S. Cartoon Network shows three hours of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' each day. Typically, these marathons have some sort of theme to them, and each has its own title: "Fusions", "Attack from Homeworld", "Stevonnie Forever", etc. [[TropesAreNotBad This isn't at all bad since it has a very large fanbase of mostly teens and adults]].

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* As of May 2015, 2016, the U.S. Cartoon Network shows three hours of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' each day. Typically, these marathons have some sort of theme to them, and each has its own title: "Fusions", "Attack from Homeworld", "Stevonnie Forever", etc. [[TropesAreNotBad This isn't at all bad since it has a very large fanbase of mostly teens and adults]].
25th May '16 10:44:02 PM BNSF1995
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* Throughout its run, ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' was well-liked by the network, always receiving good advertising. It eventually became the network's longest-running series, and eventually, the last Cartoon Cartoon still airing new episodes. And the best part? It was even given a GrandFinale in the form of a TV movie that wrapped up every plot thread and gave the titular characters a very happy ending. The film ended with a cliffhanger, though fans tend not to mind, and instead write fanfiction picking up on it. Needless to say, the series remains a well-respected favorite amongst both viewers and the network.
21st May '16 9:35:25 PM ThatFanwiththeGlasses
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* As of May 2015, the U.S. Cartoon Network shows three hours of Steven Universe each day. Typically, these marathons have some sort of theme to them, and each has its own title: "Fusions", "Attack from Homeworld", "Stevonnie Forever", etc. [[TropesAreNotBad This isn't at all bad since it has a very large fanbase of mostly teens and adults]].

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* As of May 2015, the U.S. Cartoon Network shows three hours of Steven Universe ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' each day. Typically, these marathons have some sort of theme to them, and each has its own title: "Fusions", "Attack from Homeworld", "Stevonnie Forever", etc. [[TropesAreNotBad This isn't at all bad since it has a very large fanbase of mostly teens and adults]].
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