You know what I've noticed since the turn of the 2010s? It's that networks and companies have a habit of remaking/rebooting things from the past after a certain period of time (sometimes as few as 5 years after cancellation, sometimes upwards of 20-30 years after). That has me thinking - could this happen to Saturday morning cartoons on broadcast TV? I now know why the blocks were voted off the island to begin with - the dollars weren't there anymore. I'm not faulting anyone anymore. I'm not saying that something like this is going to happen. I'm thinking that it MIGHT happen. However, the future has a way of surprising all of us. We could be forced to scour the Internet for our favorite shows for all eternity while the Saturday Morning blocks serve a life sentence in TV prison with no chance of parole, for all we know! All I'm asking is that could we see animation return to Saturday Morning broadcast (Meaning the Big 5 networks (ABC, CBS, NBC, CW, FOX) after a generation skip? If so, when do you see it happening? If not, then why? Debate away, everyone!