Boomerang Christmas Party

Discussion in 'The Cartoon Network/Boomerang Cartoon Forum' started by ThatSlyB, Dec 24, 2012.

  1. ThatSlyB

    ThatSlyB New Member

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    What's the deal? Last year they had 4 hours a day leading up to Christmas Eve packed with specials, Christmas Eve packed with specials, and Christmas Day saw Christmas specials from 6 AM to 11 PM.

    What's the deal this year? Specials on in the morning only during December? I thought atleast I'd get to watch some on the Eve and on Christmas Day, but it seems they aren't even airing any specials on these two days! Not even a morning block!
    Anyone know what the deal is? I'm incredibly disappointed. Cartoon Network no longer airs any of those Christmas Specials.
     
  2. Daikun

    Daikun Long Live the Fighter!

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    The Christmas Party got more boring every year. I remember the last time I watched it, which was a couple of years ago. It was like every time I tuned into Boomerang, they played the same shows over and over and over... There was no variety, and they showed even LESS specials every Christmas Eve.

    They FINALLY had a few new things listed in last year's schedule, then they pulled it.

    I guess CN finally had an epiphany and realized the 24-hour party had run its course. I don't blame them; there's not nearly enough material to sustain a full-day marathon (heck, not even a QUARTER of a day) anymore.
     
  3. Anthonynotes

    Anthonynotes PBS: We rock harder than MTV

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    Think they *do* have enough material to air an extended holiday marathon---it's just that they're probably stuck in the same "air as little variety as possible" mindset the rest of the schedule's in.
     
  4. ThatSlyB

    ThatSlyB New Member

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    But the thing with Boomerang is everyone is watching it to see the shows they saw when they were young. I could watch the same Christmas special every year and still love it. It's Christmas, no one is watching normal programming. People want to see Christmas themed shows, especially with cartoons.
     

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