Cartoon Network Latin America And Cartoon Network Brazil October 2018 Highlights

Cartoon Network Latin America And Cartoon Network Brazil October 2018 Highlights

Cartoon Network Latin America And Cartoon Network Brazil October 2018 Highlights: From The Official Turner Latin America Press Release

For reference:

Co = Colombia (Pan Feed 1)
Ar = Argentina
Cl = Chile (Pan Feed 2)
Mx = Mexico
Br = Brazil

Ben 10 Month on Cartoon Network

It’s hero time! Are you ready for a month crammed full of aliens? Then prepare your Omnitrix and team up with Ben, Max and Gwen for the most incredible adventures, while you help them fight their intergalactic enemies! Get ready to enjoy this month packed with all-new episodes, including the five-part special ‘Innervasion,’ which premieres from October 22nd to October 26th. Your favorite hero awaits you! Don’t miss the best of Ben 10, Monday through Friday at 10am Co, 11am Ar/Cl, 3pm Mx, 12.30pm Br, Saturdays at 4pm Co/Mx/Br, 3pm Ar/Cl and Sundays at 12pm (All Feeds). Only on Cartoon Network!

New Episodes

Mighty Magiswords

Let’s see what Vambre and Prohyas are up to! When quests need questing, you call Vambre and Prohyas: Warriors for Hire! Both of them use crazy swords with magical properties so diverse you could never list them all. If only they would stop blowing all their earnings on getting new ones! Don’t miss the new episodes of Mighty Magiswords, Monday through Friday at 10.30am Co, 11.30am Ar/Cl, 3.30pm and 9.30pm Mx, 1pm Br and Saturdays at 5pm Co, 4pm Ar/Cl, 5pm Mx and 3pm Br, right after Ben 10 Month. Only on Cartoon Network!

New Show

Transformers: Cyberverse

A new Transformers adventure! Bumblebee is on a critical mission where lives are at stake! Only, he can’t remember what it is? As Windblade helps repair his damaged memory chips, the Decepticons are hot on their heels, and time is running out. Join this epic Transformers adventure told through the eyes of Cybertron’s coolest hero! Enjoy new episodes of Transformers Cyberverse every Tuesday at 2.30pm Co, 4.30pm Ar/Cl/Br, 12.30pm Mx, only on Cartoon Network!

Halloween on Cartoon Network

Join us for the spookiest event of the year! Are you ready for some real Halloween fun? Cartoon Network brings you a bloodcurdling – and hilarious – Halloween special! Don’t miss premiere episodes of Villainous, from October 22nd to October 26th, followed by your favorite Halloween episodes and movies, including ones you’ve never seen before! On October 25th, Clarence discovers that something mysterious is causing his friends to have nightmares and decides to stop it, in ‘A Nightmare on Aberdale Street.’ Then, on October 29th, the Powerpuff Girls are called for help when the Mayor’s mansion is stalked by a vicious, ghostly monster, in ‘Midnight at the Mayor’s Mansion.’ And on October 31st, the Teen Titans hatch a scheme to defeat the Hive Five in ‘Costume Contest.’ Enjoy this – and more! From October 22nd to November 4th, Monday through Friday at 10am Co, 11am Ar/Cl, 3pm Mx, 12.30pm Br and 10pm Co/Br, 11pm Ar/Cl, 9pm Mx and Saturdays at 1pm Co, 3pm Ar/Cl, 4pm Mx, 2pm Br and Sundays at 1pm (All Feeds). On Cartoon Network!

OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes

K.O. is a tiny champion with maximum heart, whose deepest desire is to become the greatest hero! With the guidance of his new co-workers Enid and Rad, his ultra-hero boss Mr. Gar, and his super-powered mom Carol, K.O. has all the inspiration and support to help lead him on his journey to level up. In this video-game inspired world, K.O. works at Gar’s Bodega in Lakewood Plaza, a one-stop shop for all your hero needs. Whether he’s mopping the floor with Lord Boxman’s evil robots or literally mopping the floor, K.O. tackles everything with his cheery, endless enthusiasm! The new episodes of OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes premiere every Thursday at 5pm Co, 7pm Ar/Cl/Mx/Br.

Also, don’t miss the new episodes of Ben 10, Craig of the Creek, The Amazing World of Gumball, Jorel’s Brother and Another Week on Cartoon, every Monday from 5.30pm Co, 7.30pm Ar/Cl/Mx/Br; and premieres of Unikitty, The Powerpuff Girls and Oswaldo, every Thursday from 4.30pm Co, 6.30pm Ar/Cl/Mx/Br. Only on Cartoon Network!

Highlights For Cartoon Network Latin America Sub-feeds In .docx Format

Pan Feed 1 (Colombia, Co) in English: https://www.regularcapital.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/CNLA_2018_10_highlights_ENG_PAN.docx

Pan Feed 1 (Colombia, Co) in Spanish: https://www.regularcapital.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/CNLA_2018_10_highlights_SPA_PAN.docx

Pan Feed 2 (Chile, Cl) in Spanish: https://www.regularcapital.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/CNLA_2018_10_highlights_SPA_PAN2.docx

Argentina (Ar) in Spanish:
https://www.regularcapital.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/CNLA_2018_10_highlights_SPA_ARG.docx

Mexico (Mx) in Spanish:
https://www.regularcapital.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/CNLA_2018_10_highlights_SPA_MEX.docx

Cartoon Network Brazil (Br) Highlights in .docx Format (in Portuguese)

https://www.regularcapital.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/CNLA_2018_10_highlights_POR_BRZ.docx

Over The Garden Wall Hollow Town Comic Issue One Out Now At Comic Stores Across The United States

Over The Garden Wall Hollow Town Comic Issue One Out Now At Comic Stores Across The United States

Over The Garden Wall Hollow Town Comic Issue One Out Now At Comic Stores Across The United States

BOOM! Studios (the comic book publisher of Cartoon Network’s many animated shows including Adventure Time and Steven Universe), has released the first issue of a new short comic book series based on Cartoon Network Studios’ critically acclaimed and Creative Arts Emmy award-winning miniseries – Over The Garden Wall. The limited comic book series published under BOOM!’s imprint – Kaboom, will consist of five issues and issue one was released in the United States yesterday (19th September) is now available at comic book stores and also BOOM! Studio webstore. Digital copies can be purchased through comiXology, iBooks, Google Play and the BOOM! Studios app. The new comic book series is released just in time for Autumn and before Halloween.

In the new comic book series – “Over The Garden Wall: Hollow Town” Wirt, Greg, and Beatrice return to the Unknown and come across a small town inhabited by creepy doll-people. But after Greg loses a shoe, it’s up to Wirt to earn money for a new pair, leading him to babysit some doll-children that may cause Wirt to stay in town forever. The comic book series is written by (Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Fairies) with art by Jorge Monlongo (The Powerpuff Girls comic book series).

in an all-new adventure from writer Celia Lowenthal (Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Fairies) and artist Jorge Monlongo (Powerpuff Girls comic book series). The first issue of Over The Garden Wall: Hollow Town features main cover art also by Celia Lowenthal as well as variant covers by Natalie Hall (Adventure Time) and Miguel Mercado (Saban’s Go Go Power Rangers).

Whitney Leopard, Editor at BOOM! Studios made a statement about the new comic book series:

“Over The Garden Wall beautifully blends fascinating characters, exciting thrills and surprising chills and we’re excited to continue all-new stories in this amazing world created by Pat McHale. Celia and Jorge are bring to life an exciting new adventure in OVER THE GARDEN WALL: HOLLOW TOWN, as Wirt, Greg and Beatrice learn more about family, friendship and the dangers of creepy dolls that don’t seem to leave you alone.”

http://www.boom-studios.com/2018/08/22/over-the-garden-wall-hollow-town-1-first-look/

https://shop.boom-studios.com/comics/detail/8899/over-garden-wall-hollow-town-1-main

https://comic-watch.com/news/boom-studios-goes-over-the-garden-wall-with-cartoon-network

Cartoon Network UK’s 25th Anniversary: A Brief History Of The Channel

Cartoon Network UK's 25th Anniversary: A Brief History Of The Channel
An article from the UK’s Daily Express (30th August 1993) about the then soon to be launched Cartoon Network Europe. (Click To View The Full Image)

Cartoon Network UK’s 25th Anniversary: A Brief History Of The Channel

Tomorrow (17th September), 25 years ago, Cartoon Network Europe commenced broadcasting, it became Europe’s first television channel dedicated to animation, the channel launched only 11 and a half months after its U.S. counterpart and just like the original U.S. version, it aired cartoons from Hanna-Barbera’s animation library, which includes all time classics such as The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Scooby-Doo!, Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound and many more, plus the Tom and Jerry shorts from MGM.

Cartoon Network Europe’s oldest (publicly known) schedule that can be found on the internet (including TCM’s first night and CN’s first 24-hour schedule) can be found on the link below:

https://www.toonzone.net/forums/threads/old-international-cartoon-networks-schedules.5253261/page-3

Cartoon Network Europe was the first version of the channel based outside the United States, a Latin American version did launch in April 1993, although that version was based at Turner’s HQ in Atlanta and to an extent, it’s still based there today. Cartoon Network USA had somewhat of a slow start, initially not every cable service carried the channel (it was available for those with a satellite dish), this wasn’t really Turner’s fault, it was just the reluctance of cable companies making long-term contracts. But when Cartoon Network launched in Europe, it took a different approach, the channel launched as a free-to-air channel available to all cable providers around the UK and Europe and anyone with a satellite dish pointing at Astra’s European satellite service. The first general manager of Cartoon Network Europe was Sue Kroll (now the Head of Worldwide Marketing and Distribution at Warner Bros.).

At launch, Cartoon Network Europe broadcasted between 5am and 7pm, it launched alongside and timeshared with another new channel from Turner – TNT Classic Movies, this was the precursor of TCM (Turner Classic Movies), which launched in the U.S. the following year. At launch, Cartoon Network already had rivals in the UK multichannel market, its biggest U.S. rival – Nickelodeon made it to UK shores 16 days earlier, Nickelodeon had the support of British satellite TV provider – Sky who still owns a stake in the channel today, Nickelodeon was already quite established in the U.S. and already had some original content, however, Nickelodeon had a slower but more localised approach to Cartoon Network and didn’t expand into other parts of Europe until later in the 1990’s, also Nickelodeon required a subscription to Sky’s newly launched Multichannels package.

CN’s other rival was UK-based TCC (The Children’s Channel) which was also available in the Benelux and Nordic parts of Europe and in France, it faced competition against children’s channel Canal J. It seems it was no co-incidence that Cartoon Network launched with a partial soundtrack service in French, Norwegian and Swedish, also a localised version of CN launched in the Netherlands four years later. Even though, CN was available in Europe, although it had quite a heavy UK focus as all shows were in English and mostly had UK focused advertising. In December 1996, Cartoon Network Europe became a 24-hour service, however most cable operators (as well as Sky’s analogue satellite service) continued carrying the Cartoon Network/TNT timeshare service.

Immediately after the channel’s initial launch, CN Europe was met with controversy on Continental Europe as the governments of France and Belgium prohibited cable companies from carrying Cartoon Network, as it was seen as an “invasion of American culture”, the ban was lifted. Turner’s news channel – CNN International has been broadcasting from London since 1985, so Turner already had an established base in the UK. On 26th November 1993, Cartoon Network Europe took part in “The Great International Toon-In”, where Cartoon Network USA and all six Turner-owned entertainment networks in the United States (that existed at the time), Cartoon Network Latin America and Cartoon Network Europe shared a marathon schedule presented by 3D-CGI character Moxy the Dog.

After a successful launch in Europe, Cartoon Network launched in the Asia-Pacific region the following year, which means, after two years, the channel already had near global coverage. The next stage in Cartoon Network’s journey will be one that will change the course of the channel forever. Over in the United States, the now Turner-owned Hanna-Barbera animation studio set up a new studio brand – Cartoon Network Studios and started to experiment with new ideas for the channel in a brand new animation shorts programme called “World Premiere Cartoons” (later became “What A Cartoon”), What A Cartoon spawned Cartoon Network’s original Cartoon Cartoons such as Dexter’s Laboratory, The Powerpuff Girls, Cow and Chicken, Mike, Lu and Og, Courage the Cowardly Dog and Johnny Bravo. As years went by, Cartoon Network started to become less dependent on its classic animation archive and started to focus on more original programming, also the merger with Time Warner in the mid-1990’s further supplemented the channel with animated productions from Warner Bros. Animation, this included Tiny Toon Adventures, Batman: The Animated Series, The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries, Taz-Mania, Animaniacs and the all-important post-1948 Looney Tunes shorts.

By the late 90’s, countries and regions started to have their own versions of Cartoon Network, where as the UK version (i.e. the original pan-European version) still functioned as the pan-European version of the channel up until 15th October 1999, a separate pan-European version was launched that summer which copied CN UK’s schedule (with some shows excluded and replaced), however after a couple of years, things started to differ. Also as a whole, Cartoon Network Europe started to diverge from its American counterpart in terms of presentation, by using an altered version of CN USA’s Powerhouse rebrand. All the movies from TNT were moved to a new channel – a UK version of TCM, TNT became a short-lived UK and analogue only entertainment channel.

In May 2000, Cartoon Network UK welcomed in the new millennium with a new channel that celebrates animation from the past – Boomerang (which originated from a programming block from the channel’s early days), this means Cartoon Network’s schedule was now freed up for more original shows, Cartoon Network Europe also started to make its own co-productions by partnering with European studios with new shows such as The Cramp Twins and Fat Dog Mendoza. In later years, came Robotboy, Spaced Out, Skatoony and Chop Socky Chooks. Cartoon Network UK started to air Japanese anime starting off with Dragon Ball Z, the popularity of Dragon Ball Z led to the establishment of the Toonami programming block, which led to a new channel called CNX in 2002 which targeted teenagers and young adults and featured productions from Adult Swim, action movies and Japanese anime. Less than a year later, the CNX channel was rebranded as Toonami and became more child friendly. Toonami started to move away from the action animation format and started airing live-action sitcoms, after this change, it closed a year later. In 2006, a companion channel – Cartoon Network Too launched, the channel acted as a overflow to the main CN channel and later focused on action animation, the channel also had a pre-school programming block called Cartoonito which later spawned the Cartoonito pre-school channel which launched in 2007. In 2014, Cartoon Network Too closed and Cartoon Network UK’s one-hour timeshift service – Cartoon Network +1 was reinstated.

The 2000’s decade saw an explosion of brand new animation from Cartoon Network Studios with Sheep in the Big City, Time Squad, Samurai Jack, Grim & Evil (later became The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy), Whatever Happened to Robot Jones? and Codename: Kids Next Door. In 2002, Cartoon Network introduced a brand new look called “Casillas” (Spanish for Boxes) as it was developed by design studio – Ink Apache, the rebrand was very creative and made use of existing archive footage of Cartoon Network’s animated shows.

In 2005, Cartoon Network UK (and the rest of Europe) introduced Cartoon Network USA’s “CN City” graphics package on its channel, CN City featured all of Cartoon Network’s cartoon characters living together in one city making it effectively one big crossover. The CN City era remains one of the most memorable eras on Cartoon Network and saw the launch of Foster’s Home of Imaginary Friends, Camp Lazlo, Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi and Cartoon Network’s most successful action-animation franchise – Ben 10. After CN City era, Cartoon Network UK introduced another rebrand featuring an arrow that heavily featured the logo, this era featured bumpers animated by British animation studio – Pesky. The second stage of the Arrow Era featured CGI bumpers developed by design studio – Stardust. During this time, Chowder and The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack were airing on the channel.

In 2010, Cartoon Network UK introduced a fresh new graphics package known as “Check It” that helped reboot the channel for the new animation renaissance of the 2010’s, Check It is considered to be a modern adaptation of Cartoon Network’s original Checkerboard graphics package. This era saw the successful Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Cartoon Network Development Studios Europe first ever show – The Amazing World of Gumball, which had its world premiere on Cartoon Network UK in 2011. A high-definition version of Cartoon Network – Cartoon Network UK HD also launched in 2011. Uncle Grandpa, Clarence, Teen Titans Go! and Steven Universe later followed with another iteration of “Check It” – Check It 3.0. Before the end of Check It 3.0. The Powerpuff Girls reboot was introduced in 2016, followed by Ben 10 later that year. In 2016, there was a short-lived Check It 4.0. rebrand that only lasted a year. In 2017, the Dimensional graphics package was introduced, which is Cartoon Network UK’s current era, during this era, OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, Ben 10: Challenge, The Heroic Quest of the Valiant Prince Ivandoe, Unikitty! and Apple and Onion premiered, and next month, the channel will premiere Craig of the Creek. Coming soon in the near future another CN Studios Europe production will premiere – Elliott From Earth.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/media-american-invaders-are-targeting-your-kids-childrens-rights-and-non-stop-cartoons-will-do-1487639.html

https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=229iAAAAIBAJ&sjid=3nYNAAAAIBAJ&pg=1307,57411&dq=cartoon+network&hl=en

https://web.archive.org/web/20010826133132/http://www.cartoonnetwork.co.uk/news/frame_findex_exclude.html

https://web.archive.org/web/20080928103809/http://europe.turnerinfo.com:80/CN/UK/timeline/index.jsp

https://www.cartoonnetwork.co.uk