2017: The Year It All Returns

Discussion in 'Saturday Morning Forever!' started by Jason Delarosa, Apr 26, 2017.

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Where for "Lizzie McGuire: TAS"?

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  1. Jason Delarosa

    Jason Delarosa New Member

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    I feel that while the major networks' primetime, late-night, weekday and Sunday shows are for adults, they can do kid stuff on Saturdays that we can all get excited about.

    ABC
    "Lizzie McGuire, the Animated Series" (8)
    "That's So Raven" (8:30)
    "Star Wars Rebels" (9)
    "Hannah Montana" (9:30)
    "Kim Possible" (10)
    "The New Buzz on Maggie" (10:30)
    "Star vs. The Forces of Evil" (11)
    "Girltastic Television" (11:30)
    "Phineas and Ferb" (12)
    "Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil" (12:30)

    CBS
    "SpongeBob SquarePants" (8)
    "The Fairly OddParents" (8:30)
    "The Loud House" (9)
    "Power Rangers Ninja Steel" (9:30)
    "Rugrats" (10)
    "Kuu Kuu Harajuku" (10:30)
    "Miraculous Ladybug" (11)
    "Regal Academy" (11:30)
    "ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks" (12)
    "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (12:30)

    CW
    "Peppa Pig" (7)
    "Gerald McBoing Boing" (7:30)
    "The Life and Times of Juniper Lee" (8)
    "Johnny Test" (8:30)
    "Teen Titans Go!" (9)
    "Justice League Action" (9:30)
    "Adventure Time" (10)
    "The Amazing World of Gumball" (10:30)
    "Uncle Grandpa" (11)
    "Clarence" (11:30)

    FOX
    "Bobby's World" (7)
    "Life with Louie" (7:30)
    "Oggy and the Cockroaches" (8)
    "Monster Rancher" (8:30)
    "Bratz" (9)
    "Maya & Miguel" (9:30)
    "The Dollsons" (10)
    "Liberty's Kids" (10:30)
    "Monster High" (11)
    "Glitter Force" (11:30)
    "The New Twinkle Toes Show" (12)
    "Kawaii Crush" (12:30)

    NBC
    "Sabrina, the Animated Series" (8)
    "The Smurfs" (8:30)
    "Atomic Betty: Mission Earth" (9)
    "Totally Spies!" (9:30)
    "Supernoobs" (10)
    "NASCAR Racers" (10:30)
    "Teen NBC" (11:00)

    MNT
    "Caillou" (7)
    "Dora the Explorer" (7:30)
    "Strawberry Shortcake" (8)
    "Nina's World" (8:30)
    "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command" (9)
    "Jackie Chan Adventures" (9:30)
    "Tracy & Patricia" (10)
    "WWE Saturday Morning Slam" (10:30)
    "Jessie" (11)
    "K.C. Undercover" (11:30)
    "Tron: Uprising" (12)
    "Crash & Bernstein" (12:30)

    Sports programming follows the cartoons starting at 12:00 (CW)-1:00 (ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, MNT).
     
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  2. jaylop97

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    Seeing networks do that would be nice but in this time and day I feel like this is unlikely.
     
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  3. JaredCap43™

    JaredCap43™ Forever, Fight as One!

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    Isn't Peppa Pig still airing on Nick Jr.?
     
  4. superkeegan9100

    superkeegan9100 Well-known user and expert in cartoons

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    Your schedules are impressive but I don't think this will happen anytime soon.
     
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  5. hobbyfan

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    Not only that, but a vast majority of the programs the OP listed are out of production. NBC, ABC, & CBS are not about to give up their Saturday editions of their weekday morning news programs. We've all accepted the fact that SatAM as we knew it is no more. Mr. Delarosa recently joined, and while we appreciate his dream, it's time to move on.
     
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  6. RandomMe

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    There are even shows that don't even exist: "Girltastic Television"? That sounds like the name of some channel's programming block aimed at girls. This idea looks nice but if the networks accepted said ideas, especially the larger networks, the programmer could easily lose his job because weekend morning news.
     
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  7. Yum

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    Last I remember, Maya and Miguel was on PBS Kids Go!
     
  8. Jason Delarosa

    Jason Delarosa New Member

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    Sorry for the "y" word that you don't understand but Kids' WB IS a viable option for Peppa Pig.

    Actually, Girltastic Television is a new TV show about the five Ashleys from Recess (Armbruster, Boulet, Quinlan, Spinelli and Tomassian) and their adventures.

    Hey, we can't give up now, I can feel in my bones this is the season SatAM is coming back and better than ever!
     
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  9. Daikun

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    You don't need to post multiple times. Just use the edit button.
    Thank you.
     
  10. PinkiePie97

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    It may have aired on Cartoon Network at one point, but I'm pretty sure neither them or WB have the rights now, so I don't think The CW can air it.
    What exactly gives you that idea? I'm sorry, but as cool as this would be, I really don't see any reason to believe this is happening.
     
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  11. JoeMabbon

    JoeMabbon Mad Scientist

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    The thread's title does line up with op's plans...
     
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  12. hobbyfan

    hobbyfan Well-Known Member

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    We deal in reality here, Jason. We've all accepted the fact that the networks won't go back to programming animated shows on Saturday mornings. What had been a tradition for more than 50 years is no more. The networks all have corporate parents more concerned with the bottom line (i.e. Disney, Comcast), and with greater options today, such as online streaming and an expanded cable base, broadcast networks have reached the point of no return. Live-action shows such as what Litton has programmed for NBC, ABC, CBS, & CW don't cost as much as animated shows, although the latter were being repurposed from cable nets with ties to the broadcast channels (i.e. Sprout, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon) in recent years.

    You're new, you'll get used to it after a while.
     
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  13. Jason Delarosa

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    Ha! Looks like ABC is getting the most votes for "Lizzie McGuire, the Animated Series" right now, so first I need you or one of your friends to contact Debra Solomon's Tapehouse Toons to seal the deal. You know, get them to actually make it at the start of next month (May 2017). Then, I want you or that friend to contact other animation studios to get them to make other ABC animated series (Powerhouse- Raven, Lucasfilm- Star Wars Rebels, Billionfold- Hannah, WDTA- Kim Possible, Future Thought- New Buzz on Maggie, Toon City- Star vs. the Forces of Evil, Paul & Joe- Girltastic TV, Rough Draft USA- Phineas & Ferb, Mercury- Kick Buttowski). Now you or a friend get out there and do it!
     
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    I'm afraid that's not going to happen just because we contact them.
     
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    Jason, there's only one word to describe you, and I'm not even going to spell it out for you. Delusional. If Lizzie McGuire were to return as an animated series (highly unlikely), it'd be on Disney Channel or DXD, not ABC. You're not in a position to dictate to anyone on this group. You can ask nicely but to say, "I want", doesn't play very well in this forum. If you're not careful, Daikun or one of the other moderators may shut you down if you don't snap back to reality.
     
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    MDawg Nerfariously planning

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    The delusion is strong in this one!
     
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  17. Nicolas Gonzalez

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    Well, Jason, I've made up a schedule for the Fall. Here's how it goes:
    ABC
    8:00am The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh
    8:30am The Replacements
    9:00am Disney's CatDog
    9:30am Sabrina's Witchy World
    10:00am The Emperor's New School
    10:30am Accidentally Adventures
    11:00am Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja
    11:30am Livin' The Life With The Stereotypes
    12:00pm Underdog
    12:30pm The Adventures of Lola Kane
    CBS
    8:00am Rugrats
    8:30am SpongeBob SquarePants
    9:00am The Loud House
    9:30am Danielle LaMarche: Time Bomb Girl
    10:00am The Fairly OddParents
    10:30am T.U.F.F. Puppy
    11:00am Hey Arnold!
    11:30am The Angry Beavers
    12:00pm The Penguins of Madagascar
    12:30pm Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness
    The CW
    7:00am Pokemon: Indigo League
    7:30am Mucha Lucha!
    8:00am Hoop-a-Joop
    8:30am Darkstalkers: Homecoming
    9:00am Cardcaptors
    9:30am Tetris Attack
    10:00am What's New, Scooby-Doo?
    10:30am Marilyn
    11:00am Static Shock
    11:30am Phantom Investigators: Animated
    FOX
    7:00am Digimon: Digital Monsters
    7:30am Sonic X
    8:00am Samurai Pizza Cats
    8:30am Sailor Moon
    9:00am Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
    9:30am Super Pig
    10:00am Twinkle Star Sprites
    10:30am The Riding Hood Warrior
    11:00am Star Fox
    11:30am The Red Ribbon
    12:00pm The Super Doll
    12:30pm UFO Baby
    NBC (now reduced to three hours)
    10:00am Thomas and Friends
    10:30am Heathcliff and The Catillac Cats
    11:00am The New Woody Woodpecker Show
    11:30am The Latest Buzz
    12:00pm The Saddle Club
    12:30pm The Sleepover Club
    So, how'd you like it, Mr. Delarosa?
     
  18. superkeegan9100

    superkeegan9100 Well-known user and expert in cartoons

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    I'd like it if some of those were real shows, but no.
     
  19. Spacething7474

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    Some of these shows don’t even sound real. Since when was there a Disney version of CatDog, did you mean Disney’s Doug?
     
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  20. RDG

    RDG Aspiring animator/filmmaker and Ugliest Man Alive

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    We have KidsClick now (though I don't know how well that's doing, or how long it will last, especially with all the constant schedule changes). So, anyone wanna lock this thread or what?
     
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