History Creator / TheWB

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* ''Series/TheSurrealLife''
25th Dec '15 1:27:27 AM Doug86
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'''Shows featured on KidsWB included:'''
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'''Shows featured on KidsWB Creator/KidsWB included:'''
3rd Dec '15 9:31:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''PepperDennis'' * ''{{Popular}}''
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* ''PepperDennis'' ''Series/PepperDennis'' * ''{{Popular}}''''Series/{{Popular}}''

* ''RunOfTheHouse''
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* ''RunOfTheHouse''''Series/RunOfTheHouse''

* ''{{Savannah}}''
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* ''{{Savannah}}''''Series/{{Savannah}}''

* ''UnhappilyEverAfter'' * ''TheWayansBros'' * ''WhatILikeAboutYou'' * ''ZoeDuncanJackAndJane'' (aka ''Zoe...'' in its second season)
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* ''UnhappilyEverAfter'' ''Series/UnhappilyEverAfter'' * ''TheWayansBros'' ''Series/TheWayansBros'' * ''WhatILikeAboutYou'' ''Series/WhatILikeAboutYou'' * ''ZoeDuncanJackAndJane'' ''Series/ZoeDuncanJackAndJane'' (aka ''Zoe...'' in its second season)
27th Nov '15 12:11:43 AM nombretomado
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* ''Waynehead'': A short-lived cartoon based on the life of comedian and former ''SaturdayNightLive'' and ''InLivingColor'' [[note]]mostly ''In Living Color'', since his sole season on ''SNL'' was met with backstage tension and termination over ad-libbing. Plus, most people remember Damon Wayans as an ''In Living Color'' cast member, as that was the guy who played bitter, white-man-hating birthday clown Homie the Clown and incredibly CampyGay movie critic, Blaine Edwards[[/note]] cast member, Damon Wayans (the same one who is related to Keenan-Ivory, Shawn, Marlon, Kim, and Damon, Jr.) as a kid with an abnormally large, bald head and a leg brace for his club foot (which the real Damon Wayans had).
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* ''Waynehead'': A short-lived cartoon based on the life of comedian and former ''SaturdayNightLive'' ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' and ''InLivingColor'' [[note]]mostly ''In Living Color'', since his sole season on ''SNL'' was met with backstage tension and termination over ad-libbing. Plus, most people remember Damon Wayans as an ''In Living Color'' cast member, as that was the guy who played bitter, white-man-hating birthday clown Homie the Clown and incredibly CampyGay movie critic, Blaine Edwards[[/note]] cast member, Damon Wayans (the same one who is related to Keenan-Ivory, Shawn, Marlon, Kim, and Damon, Jr.) as a kid with an abnormally large, bald head and a leg brace for his club foot (which the real Damon Wayans had).
7th Oct '15 1:30:20 AM C2
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At one point, The WB was reborn as an online network, airing both older shows (including most of their old teen dramas) and original programming. In late 2013, this site was discontinued and replaced by a promotional site called ''Warner Bros. Television Media to Go'' for programs from Warner Bros. Television, thus putting the final nail in the coffin for the history of The WB. The revived Kids' WB website struggled on for two more years before getting the ax as well.
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At one point, The WB was reborn as an online network, airing both older shows (including most of their old teen dramas) and original programming. In late 2013, this site was discontinued and replaced by a promotional site called ''Warner Bros. Television Media to Go'' for programs from Warner Bros. Television, Television (with The CW now running internet-only programs at its Seed website), thus putting the final nail in the coffin for the history of The WB. The revived Kids' WB website struggled on for two more years before getting the ax as well.
11th Sep '15 11:53:29 AM BlackJAC
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->''We're proud to present on The WB another bad show that no one will see!'' -->--'''Michigan J. Frog,''' ''TheSimpsons'' "Lisa's Sax"

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* ''Series/GrossePointe''
29th Aug '15 11:26:51 AM tmanokc
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This network was rolled up with Creator/{{UPN}} to form a new network called Creator/TheCW in 2006, with The WB's final primetime block, ''A Night Of Farewells And Favorites'', airing on September 17, 2006.
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This network was rolled up with Creator/{{UPN}} to form a new network called Creator/TheCW in 2006, with The WB's final primetime block, ''A Night Of Farewells And Favorites'', airing on September 17, 2006. 2006. However, its successor used several elements carried over from The WB: including its 30-hour weekly programming schedule[[note]]13 hours in primetime (two hours on Monday through Fridays, and five on Sundays, the latter night was turned over to The CW's affiliates in 2009), two hours in daytime (one of which was turned over to CW affiliates in 2010) as well as the Kids' WB block on Saturday mornings (which it replaced with Creator/TheCW4Kids in 2008)[[/note]] as well as the small-market network feed (which became Creator/TheCWPlus, and began mixing in affiliations with digital subchannel and conventional primary affiliations).
25th Aug '15 4:58:05 PM tmanokc
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'''The WB''' was a joint venture between Time Creator/{{Warner|Bros}} and Tribune Company with the former company calling the shots. As [[FollowTheLeader a reaction to the success]] of the fledgling Creator/{{Fox}} network, TW launched their own network in 1995, with Tribune's then-independents (WPIX in UsefulNotes/{{New York|City}}, KTLA in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, WGN in UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}}, KWGN in UsefulNotes/{{Denver}}, etc.) serving as the network's nucleus. Unlike UPN, it also had a major boost with WGN's national cable network carrying it for its first four years until it could get more affiliates.
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'''The WB''' was a joint venture between Time Creator/{{Warner|Bros}} and Tribune Company with the former company calling the shots. As [[FollowTheLeader a reaction to the success]] of the fledgling Creator/{{Fox}} network, TW launched their own network in 1995, with Tribune's then-independents (WPIX in UsefulNotes/{{New York|City}}, KTLA in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, WGN in UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}}, KWGN in UsefulNotes/{{Denver}}, etc.) serving as the network's nucleus. Unlike UPN, it also had a major boost with WGN's national superstation feed on cable network (now WGN America, which eventually cut all ties to WGN-TV in 2014) carrying it for its first four years until it could get more affiliates.
25th Aug '15 4:57:07 PM tmanokc
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'''The WB''' was a joint venture between Time Creator/{{Warner|Bros}} and Tribune Company with the former company calling the shots. As [[FollowTheLeader a reaction to the success]] of the fledgling Creator/{{Fox}} network, TW launched their own network in 1995, with Tribune's then-independents (WPIX in UsefulNotes/{{New York|City}}, KTLA in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, WGN in UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}}, KWGN in UsefulNotes/{{Denver}}, etc.) serving as the network's nucleus. Unlike UPN, it also had a major boost with WGN's national cable network carrying it for its first four years until it could get more affiliates. While it was able to gaining some available independent stations and even steal some affiliates from UPN after its launch, to clear up the bugs with carriage in smaller markets (particularly those in the bottom 100), The WB launched a national feed called The WeB (subsequently renamed The WB 100+ Station Group), an automated feed consisting entirely of cable-exclusive affiliates (although it managed to gain some over-the-air stations as well in the network's final years) which mixes syndicated shows with network programming, with programming and local ads hubbed between a server network based in Los Angeles and specialized computer systems housed at the offices of the affiliate operator. This network was rolled up with Creator/{{UPN}} to form a new network called Creator/TheCW in 2006, with The WB's final primetime block, ''A Night Of Farewells And Favorites'', airing on September 17, 2006.
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'''The WB''' was a joint venture between Time Creator/{{Warner|Bros}} and Tribune Company with the former company calling the shots. As [[FollowTheLeader a reaction to the success]] of the fledgling Creator/{{Fox}} network, TW launched their own network in 1995, with Tribune's then-independents (WPIX in UsefulNotes/{{New York|City}}, KTLA in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, WGN in UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}}, KWGN in UsefulNotes/{{Denver}}, etc.) serving as the network's nucleus. Unlike UPN, it also had a major boost with WGN's national cable network carrying it for its first four years until it could get more affiliates. affiliates. While it was able to gaining gain some available independent stations and even steal some affiliates from UPN after its launch, to clear up the bugs with carriage in smaller markets (particularly those in the bottom 100), The WB launched a national feed called The WeB [=WeB=] (subsequently renamed The WB 100+ Station Group), an automated feed Group) in September 1998; consisting entirely of cable-exclusive affiliates (although it managed to gain some over-the-air stations as well in the network's final years) years), it was an automated feed which mixes mixed syndicated shows with network programming, with programming programming, and local and national ads hubbed between sent to and from a server network based in Los Angeles and specialized computer systems housed at the offices of the affiliate operator. This network was rolled up with Creator/{{UPN}} to form a new network called Creator/TheCW in 2006, with The WB's final primetime block, ''A Night Of Farewells And Favorites'', airing on September 17, 2006. operator.

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'''The WB''' was a joint venture between Time Creator/{{Warner|Bros}} and Tribune Company with the former company calling the shots. As [[FollowTheLeader a reaction to the success]] of the fledgling Creator/{{Fox}} network, TW launched their own network in 1995, with Tribune's then-independents (WPIX in UsefulNotes/{{New York|City}}, KTLA in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, WGN in UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}}, KWGN in UsefulNotes/{{Denver}}, etc.) serving as the network's nucleus. Unlike UPN, it also had a major boost with WGN's national cable network carrying it for its first four years until it could get more affiliates. While it was able to gaining some available independent stations and even steal some affiliates from UPN after its launch, to clear up the bugs with carriage in smaller markets (particularly those in the bottom 100), The WB launched a national feed called The WeB (subsequently renamed The WB 100+ Station Group), an automated feed consisting entirely of cable-exclusive affiliates (although it managed to gain some over-the-air stations as well in the network's final years) which mixes syndicated shows with network programming, with programming and local ads hubbed between a server network based in Los Angeles and specialized computer systems housed at the offices of the affiliate operator. This network was rolled up with Creator/{{UPN}} to form a new network called Creator/TheCW in 2006, with The WB's final primetime block, ''A Night Of Farewells And Favorites'', airing on September 17, 2006.
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