- Girl-Show Ghetto: The main reason why My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic airs on Treehouse instead of YTV or Teletoon. Both YTV and Teletoon's programming are slanted towards boys, in contrast to the show's target audience of girls. In fact, it's common for shows that aren't aimed at boys that air on the two networks to receive poor treatment.
- Ironically, DHX Media, the company that produces FiM, is the current owner of the female-skewing Family Channel, which has also broadcast entries in the My Little Pony: Equestria Girls spin-off series. Unfortunately for Canadian bronies, FiM was produced for Hasbro Studios and Discovery Family in the United States, from which Corus Entertainment acquired the Canadian broadcast rights. In contrast, shows like Supernoobs were produced to be broadcast in Canada and sold to international networks.
- Masha and The Bear briefly aired as part of Teletoon's Saturday morning lineup before it was moved to Treehouse.
- Naturally, Littlest Pet Shop: A World of Our Own got this treatment as well. This is despite its predecessor being aired on YTV.
- Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz, which premiered in June 2018.
- Just Here for Godzilla: As you can tell by this page, A LOT of people outside of Treehouse's target audience only watch the channel for a certain cartoon about talking ponies.
- Network Decay: In hand with the Girl-Show Ghetto examples listed above, FiM has seemingly opened the door to an influx of non-educational, family-oriented, general audience shows to invade Treehouse. The censorship of FiM aside, it's still not as bad as what happened to Nick Jr. and Sprout, which went as far as to introduce teenage and adult-oriented programs for the sake of ratings.
- Political Correctness Gone Mad: The bleeping every instance of "loser" in FiM. A consequence of the show airing on a network targeting preschoolers.
- Screwed by the Network: Owing to Corus deciding to air FiM on a network that airs preschool programming, reruns have been shown at times inconvenient for the show's adult fanbase. Premieres of new episodes have been treated fairly, but thanks to the censorship, Treehouse's screwing of the show has extended to several episodes.
YMMV / Treehouse TV