YMMV / YTV

  • Alternate Company Equivalent: Ignoring the obvious comparisons with Nickelodeon, Disney XD shares a lot in common with YTV. Most of the shows on both networks have the same target audience of boys, whereas the mothership Nickelodeon channel airs shows that appeal to kids, tweens, and even adults. In YTV's case, this is mostly due to Network Decay.
  • Animation Age Ghetto: The screwing over of Bionix is blamed for the total absence of mature Anime series on Canadian specialty channels. note  Meanwhile, most of YTV's recent original cartoons were NOT popular with American viewers nor Canadians.
  • Dork Age: Depending on who you ask, YTV has been in one since 2010. On top of all the issues associated with Nickelodeon's own Dork Age, most of YTV's output is seen as generic, derivative of other shows, or outright juvenile to older viewers. Even the more tolerable shows weren't as popular as the more despised shows.
  • Girl Show Ghetto: If it's a cartoon aimed at girls, you can expect this kind of treatment. Winx Club was mostly aired on Sunday mornings before it was moved to Nick Canada.
  • Network Decay: Much like Nickelodeon, YTV has been accused of pandering to its target audience of kids at the expense of older viewers. To be fair, their morning preschool block was abandoned in favor of the Nick Jr. block on Nickelodeon Canada, the Canadian version of CMT shifted towards family-oriented sitcoms and reality shows (a direct case of its own decay), and ABC Spark (the Canadian version of Freeform) is aimed at the older crowd that YTV used to target in the evenings, leaving them to focus solely on the 6-12 audience.
    • After Corus Entertainment gained complete ownership of Teletoon, many shows airing on YTV moved to the former network. Since then, YTV has become more reliant on reruns of Teletoon's original series for CanCon, including 6teen and Spliced.
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