Emphasis on "most". Hasbro doesn't have Licca-chan or Jenny; I think Tomy America has an option on Licca-chan. They released a couple of Nintendo DS games under the "Lovely Lisa" name.
Besides Jem, Hasbro also once had an official answer to Barbie, called "Maxie". She even got her own show in 1989 (Maxie's World, a DIC production). OTOH, I don't Hasbro is going to revisit that one anytime soon.
We can forget about Beyblade, unfortunately. First off, (the English dub of) Beyblade: Metal Fusion comes to us from Nelvana. Second, it airs on a rival network, which will also (likely) air the upcoming Beyblade: Metal Masters (which may or may not be an English dub of Metal Fight Beyblade Baku).
As for Glo Friends, maybe they might do something just based on the original Glo Worm which came long before Glo Friends. I also wouldn't be surprised if there was a preschool show based on Alphie. I saw one atr Wal-Mart and they gave him a kind of backstory (but not exactly, it mentions that he's from another planet), so that might be cool.
Cartoons aren't "just for kids"...but they're not just for adults either. They're for everyone.