Cartoon Network USA Craig Of The Creek Coming Soon Trailer

Cartoon Network USA Craig Of The Creek Coming Soon Trailer

Cartoon Network USA Craig Of The Creek Coming Soon Trailer: We’re All Creek Kids

To end the year, Cartoon Network USA has uploaded a coming soon trailer video for their brand new show – Craig of the Creek onto their YouTube channel, Twitter and Facebook pages. The trailer features various clips from the pilot. The new show is set in a kid-led utopian society of untamed wilderness filled with adventure and imagination located near a neighbourhood. Craig, the show’s main character, and his two best friends – Kelsey and JP traverse and venture through this strange land of where tribes of children reign over tree forts and dirt bike ramps. The new show is created by two Steven Universe show writers – Matt Burnett and Ben Levin.

In the trailer we see Craig and his friends go through multiple obstacles in the woods, such as the “Couch Of Teenage Mysteries”, a poison ivy grove, the “treacherous aqueduct”, a pet cemetery and a paintball battlefield. Craig of the Creek is expected to premiere in 2018.

More information about the Craig of the Creek pilot on the link below:

https://www.regularcapital.com/2017/12/cartoon-network-usa-craig-of-the-creek-pilot-episode/

http://www.cartoonnetwork.com

Personal Overview Of 2017 And Plans For The Future

Personal Overview Of 2017 And Plans For The Future

Personal Overview Of 2017 And Plans For The Future

2017 was a great year for the RegularCapital blog, the blog is now three years old and this year was the blog’s most successful year yet. As of writing and according to Google Analytics, this blog has had a total of 306,304 page views so far this year with six days to go, in the same period last year, the blog had 231,079 page views, thank you all for reading as every view makes this blog worthwhile. I hope I’ve been a reliable source for news relating to Cartoon Network (although I do the odd clumsy mistake), as I had a lot of positive feedback.

I prefer blogging rather than doing actual YouTube videos for numerous reasons, first of all I’m not exactly an outgoing person and not a great speaker, if I did present YouTube videos with the news posted on the blog, I reckon I’ll reach a lot more people. In my opinion, blogging is better, for users, it’s easier to find information because search engines such as Google index text-based content a lot better than video (I could write video transcripts but that kind of defeats the purpose), it’s significantly faster to write a blog post than record a video as I am able to explain things in more detail. I will continue to upload Cartoon Network UK/Boomerang UK/Cartoonito UK promos on to my YouTube channel as long as Turner UK is still fine with it.

There’s a lot of improvements I could make, for instance, I could cover Adult Swim a lot more, but the problem is a lack of time and I run the site all by myself, with the help of some friends for sources. This year, I went to the UK premiere of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: Hands of Time, met Ben Bocquelet and Mic Graves at a special The Amazing World of Gumball screening and also met Daniel Chong at a special We Bare Bears screening in London at BAFTA in London, all those were memorable moments I’ll never forget and thanks to Cartoon Network UK for inviting me to write about those events.

In 2018, there will be some changes, I will no longer support anyone on Patreon, up until yesterday, I supported animation YouTubers – RebelTaxi and Saberspark, the reason why I’ve stopped supporting is because of a conflict of opinion regarding Cartoon Network USA’s current business practices (most particularly scheduling) and as a result I don’t want this blog to be associated with the content discussed in their YouTube channels. This isn’t because I have a problem with Pan Pizza (RebelTaxi) or Saberspark, they’re really good YouTubers and probably the best in terms of animation YouTube channels, especially RebelTaxi. I can see the uproar caused by the schedule by airing Teen Titans Go! so much, but there’s an app now, people can watch their favourite shows anytime they like, even new episodes before they air on television, this is progress, but people just ain’t used to change. As “cord-cutting” is a lot more prevalent in the United States, I can see Cartoon Network having a standalone subscription streaming service and possibly merge it with their existing Boomerang streaming service but as a separate package or alternatively, Warner Bros., Turner and HBO could run a combined streaming service or fully-integrate with DirecTV’s NOW service if the AT&T merger is approved.

Also a lot of channels on YouTube covering animation news tend to be very “cookie-cutter” (again – this year’s scheduling controversy), they’re often have videos with clickbait titles or offer a vague opinion or their opinion is wholly based on popularity of said opinion in the “animation community”, though, RebelTaxi and Saberspark don’t necessarily fall into this category of YouTubers.

Instead, the money will be reinvested into the website, in April 2018, my current web hosting contract with PickAWeb will end, I hope to stay with PickAWeb as they’ve been very reliable and their support has been really good, the extra money will be funded towards better a hosting package, hopefully SSD (Solid State Drive) hosting, this will make the website load even faster. SSD’s are also more reliable and environmentally friendly because of no moving parts and have lower electricity consumption.

PickAWeb are a little bit on the pricey end of hosting, but they’re UK based, use enterprise grade hardware, have better server software (CloudLinux, Litespeed etc.) than most hosts which often comes with a premium and have a high reliability rate, also the site is running surprisingly well on shared hosting, rather than dedicated hosting. The website is 100% funded by myself as I class this as a hobby rather than a job. I did have adverts on the site a few times as an experiment, but this was mostly to see if the site can support itself financially, but the ads had no relevance to the content, are of low quality or provided a service which are quite frankly, a rip-off, I don’t want to be associated with these companies. I also don’t expect anyone to pay me for running the blog, I do the blog purely on choice.

In 2017, I’ve been optimising the site, the site now uses Cloudflare’s CDN (Content Delivery Network), I have attempted to use Cloudflare back when the site was hosted on Heart Internet but I ran into a few problems, PickAWeb’s integration with Cloudflare has helped me to alleviate these issues. The use of Cloudflare on the site makes the site faster and protects the site when there’s a web traffic overload, Cloudflare will fetch a copy of the site from the user’s nearest Cloudflare server rather than the web host’s server in London, which is useful as I have a lot of readers in other parts of the world. The blog is now using the WPRocket plugin, this makes the site load faster by caching and minifying the HTML, JavaScript and CSS used on the site. Earlier this year, I’ve made the move to HTTPS by buying a SSL certificate, Google now considers HTTPS to be a ranking signal for search engine results, so such a move was advantageous. Images are also optimised for the web by using the Imagify WordPress plugin.

Once again, thanks for reading my blog and for supporting for what I do. 2018 is going to be a great year for Cartoon Network, much better than 2017, a brand new show – Unikitty! will premiere worldwide as well as the new Cartoon Network original series’ – Craig of the Creek and Summer Camp Island, along with the new Megaman animated series, a brand new Boomerang original – Taffy and much much more.

I wish you a Merry Christmas and have a great 2018.

Cartoon Network USA Weekly Look Ahead Week Of 4th December 2017 Exclusive 2018 Sneak Peeks

Cartoon Network USA Weekly Look Ahead Week Of 4th December 2017 Exclusive 2018 Sneak Peeks

Cartoon Network USA Weekly Look Ahead Week Of 4th December 2017 Exclusive 2018 Sneak Peeks: From The Official Turner USA Press Release

The CN App Lights Up the Holidays

‘Tis the season to watch cheerful and merry holiday-themed episodes of Cartoon Network original series including: The Powerpuff Girls, We Bare Bears, Teen Titans Go! and more now available on the app.

Cartoon Network USA Weekly Look Ahead Week Of 4th December 2017 Exclusive 2018 Sneak Peeks

See it First: Adventure Time and Mighty Magiswords

This Thursday, your favorite dynamic duos return to the Cartoon Network app! Join in on the fun as Finn and Jake, and Vambre and Prohyas take on epic whimsical adventures in sneak peek episodes of Adventure Time and Mighty Magiswords.

Cartoon Network USA Weekly Look Ahead Week Of 4th December 2017 Exclusive 2018 Sneak Peeks

Exclusive Look: Cartoon Network 2018 Programming

Countdown to the new year and catch exclusive 2018 sneak peeks of returning shows including: The Amazing World of Gumball, Clarence, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes and episodes of new series including: Unikitty!, Summer Camp Island, Craig of the Creek and more! Be the first to see what Cartoon Network has in store.

Download the free app below:

iTunes (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cartoon-network-app/id404593641?mt=8

Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.turner.cnvideoapp&hl=en

Amazon App Store (Amazon Fire and Android): https://www.amazon.com/Cartoon-Network-App-Episodes-Favorite/dp/B00DDYQCFW