September 18, 2022

TODAY IN SEPTEMBER 1982

   It's September, so that means new television season! These are the Saturday Morning schedules that debuted today in 1982 (ABC's actually debuted the following week).


ABC Saturday morning schedule from 1982: Superfriends (1980), Pac-Man/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show, Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour, Scooby-Doo/Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour, Scooby-Doo Classics, ABC Weekend Specials

CBS Saturday morning schedule from 1982: Captain Kangaroo, Speed Buggy, Sylvester & Tweety/Daffy/Speedy Show, Bugs Bunny & Road Runner Show, Gilligan's Planet, Pandamonium, Meatballs & Spaghetti, Popeye & Olive Comedy Show, New Fat Albert Show

NBC Saturday morning schedule from 1982: Flintstone Funnies, Shirt Tales, Smurfs, Gary Coleman Show, Incredible Hulk and the Amazing Spider-Man, Jetsons, New Adventures of Flash Gordon.


September 16, 2022

HENRY SILVA DEAD AT 95

 


You can read the full story here.


Primarily an on-screen actor, he did voice the villain Bane in Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series.




September 12, 2022

TODAY IN SEPTEMBER 1992

  It's September, so that means new television season! These are the Saturday Morning schedules that debuted today in 1992.


ABC Saturday morning schedule from 1992: New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Land of the Lost (1991), Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa, Darkwing Duck, Goof Troop, Addams Family (1992), Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show, A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, ABC Weekend Specials

CBS Saturday morning schedule from 1992: Fievel's American Tails, The Little Mermaid: The Animated Series, Garfield and Friends, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987), Back to the Future: The Animated Series, Raw Toonage, The Amazing Live Sea Monkeys, Grimmy

Fox Kids Saturday morning schedule from 1992: Dog City, Bobby's World, Tom & Jerry Kids Show, Taz-Mania, Plucky Duck Show, Eek! the Cat, Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire, George of the Jungle (1967)

NBC Saturday morning schedule from 1992: Saved by the Bell (1989), Name Your Adventure, California Dreams, Double Up


September 10, 2022

ZAZOO U

 

ZAZOO U
(FOX, September 8, 1990-January 19, 1991)
 
Film Roman, Fox Children’s Productions

 

 

MAIN CAST:
Michael Horton – Boink
Jerry Houser – Grizzle
Brian Cummings – Bully, various
Susan Silo – Tess, various
Tress MacNeille – Ms. Devine, various
Neil Ross – Logan Bonito, Chomper
S. Scott Bullock – Slogo Bonito
Stu Rosen – Dr. Russell
Danny Mann – Rarf
Lee Thomas – Mr. Seymour
Dorian Harewood – Buck, Rawld-O, Poem Reader

 
            Created by and based on the writings of children’s author Shane DeRolf, Zazoo U was one of the launch programs for the new Fox Kids Network programming block in 1990. The series followed the adventures of a group of anthropomorphic animals (or “Americanimals”) as they attended Umatta University (nicknamed “Zazoo U”) and received life lessons along with their education.

Some of the occupants of Umatta: Slogo, Logan, Bully, Dr. Russell, Boink, Tess, Grizzle and Ms. Devine with Rarf.


            The main students of the show were friends Boink (Michael Horton, doing a bit of a Jack Nicholson impression following the first episode), who had a laid-back approach to life and seemed capable of pulling almost anything out of his carrying case or locker; Grizzle (Jerry Houser), a pig that prided himself on his stench and always had his drumsticks handy; Bully (Brian Cummings, impersonating Richard Nixon), a wooly mammoth seen constantly dragging around a piano (that tended to get destroyed); and tomboy Tess (Susan Silo) who generally tried to give Grizzle a wide berth. Occasionally they would be joined by Slogo Bonito (S. Scott Bullock) and Logan Bonito (Neil Ross), two acrobat brothers who lived at the circus with their parents, and Chomper, a small yellow creature with a voracious appetite.

Boink and his bottomless case.


            As colorful as the student body was, the faculty was as colorful in their own right. Dr. Russell (Stu Rosen, who also served as voice director) was a walrus whose verboseness often left his students more clueless than when they started. Contrasting him was the mute Professor Zork, the penguin music teacher who preferred to let his baton do the talking. Ms. Devine (Tress MacNeille) was a high-class, self-absorbed fashionista who “taught” (in very loose terms) various subjects and constantly carried around her furry pet, Rarf (Danny Mann), with whom Grizzle had an antagonistic rivalry with. Mr. Seymour (Lee Thomas) was the geography teacher that got himself stuck inside a television set and now taught from there; often interacting with the videos inserted for the lesson. Additionally, two rapping buzzards named Rawld-O and Buck (both Dorian Harewood) served as kind of the Greek chorus for the show; commenting on the episodes and the plot and sometimes carrying in the setting (as limited as they were) for the next scene. Rawld-O did all the talking for the pair while Buck beat-boxed.

Professor Zork and Dr. Russell relaxing in the teacher's lounge.


            Zazoo U debuted on FOX on September 8, 1990. Unlike other programs with a message, the series approached topics with a surreal absurdism and parodies as the characters went from one silly situation to another and broke the fourth wall constantly. For instance, they used a box of sentient crayons that believed each of them was better than the other to showcase the value of working together, or a nine-mile-high pile of garbage to show how pollution can start and spiral out of control. The moral of the tale was ultimately conveyed in a poem written by DeRolf and recited by Harewood over a montage of accompanying images. A running gag on the show involved footage of the feet of live-action kids (which is exactly what the characters referred to them as) running down a hallway and trampling whatever characters were seen immediately before.

Buck and Rawld-O carrying in the major prop for the next scene.


            The series was produced by Film Roman and distributed by Saban Entertainment. It was written by Pamela Hickey, Dennys McCoy, Alicia Marie Schudt, Pat Allee, Ben Hurst and Larry Parr, with McCoy and Hickey serving as story editors with DeRolf. Jim Covell provided the show’s music while the theme was composed by Richard Carson Morton and DeRolf and performed by Morton. Animation duties were handled by Wang Film Production Co., Ltd. and Cuckoo’s Nest Studio, however the intro was animated by Bill Littlejohn and directed by John Sparey. The intro ended with the globe on top of the school’s entrance saying “Thank you very much, you’re a beautiful audience” in a manner reminiscent of Elvis Presley.

One of the Zazoo U DVDs.


            Despite receiving critical acclaim and praise, Zazoo U didn’t find its audience—especially in light of it being up against shows like Muppet Babies and The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Additionally, many of FOX’s affiliates chose not to carry the show. It became the first Fox Kids series to be cancelled, with the final two episodes not even being allowed to air before it was removed from the schedule and replaced by Peter Pan and the Pirates. Despite its short run, Zazoo U received some merchandising in the form of a t-shirt and a lunchbox by Aladdin. To date, only 6 episodes have seen release across 3 DVDs by Jetix in the United Kingdom; with online availability limited only to several episodes uploaded to YouTube. As for DeRolf, he was asked to develop the early branding effort for Fox Kids before writing six children’s books and having a successful career starting companies in children’s media, toys and games, as well as developing award-winning children’s programming and PSA’s for the Ad Council

 
 
EPISODE GUIDE:
“The Nine Mile Pile” (9/8/90) – The students of Umatta file in for the new school year as an errant wad of bubblegum causes a pile of junk to grow outside.
 
“The Crayon Box That Talked” (9/15/90) – Rarf’s Fairy Rarfmother brings a box of crayons to life that pair up with each of the students in order to prove which is the best color.
 
“The Search for the Meaning of Life” (9/29/90) – Tess goes on a relentless search for the meaning of life.
 
“Yesterday’s Zoo” (10/6/90) – A hunt for the school’s janitor leads to the discovery of many hidden relics.
 
“Is Bigger Better?” (10/20/90) – An argument about bigger meaning better gets bigger but decidedly not better.
 
“Har V and Sue” (11/3/90) – When Tess and Grizzle stop being friends, both compete to win Boink’s friendship.
 
“Bully Loses His Temper” (11/17/90) – When Bully gets angry, he literally loses his temper which runs amok around the school.
 
“Share a Chair” (12/1/90) – A dejected Grizzle wanders off when he doesn’t get a special chair like everyone else.
 
“Ms. Devine’s Blues” (12/15/90) – Rarf attempts to prove to Ms. Devine that he’s special and not worthless.
 
“No Strings Attached” (1/5/91) – Boink’s imagination allows him to discover invisible strings that end up altering the laws of physics.
 
“Money for Music” (1/19/91) – The class tries to earn money in different ways for new musical instruments.
 
“One Single Seed” (N/A) – An alien talent agent lands at the school searching for the galaxy’s next big star.
 
“Boink’s Rap” (N/A) – The others must help Boink overcome his stage fright in time for the school talent show.

September 09, 2022

TODAY IN SEPTEMBER 1972

 It's September, so that means new television season! These are the Saturday Morning schedules that debuted today in 1972.


ABC Saturday morning television schedule from 1972: H.R. Pufnstuf, Jackson 5, The Osmonds, ABC Saturday Superstar Movie, The Brady Kids, Bewitched, Kid Power, The Funky Phantom & Lidsville

The CBS Saturday morning schedule from 1972: Bugs Bunny Show, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan, New Scooby-Doo Movies, Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space, Flintstone Comedy Hour, Archie's TV Funnies, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids

NBC Saturday morning schedule from 1972: Underdog, Jetsons, Pink Panther Show, Houndcats, Roman Holidays, The Barkleys, Sealab 2020, Runaround, Around the World in 80 Days, Talking with a Giant


September 03, 2022

FLYING RHINO JUNIOR HIGH

 

FLYING RHINO JUNIOR HIGH
(Teletoon, CBS, October 3, 1998-January 22, 2000)
 
Big Daddy Productions, Flying Rhinoceros, Inc., Neurones France S.A.R.L., Scottish Television Enterprises, Nelvana Limited, TPS Jeunesse, CBS Productions

 

 

MAIN CAST:
Ashley Brown – Billy O’Toole
Tracey Moore – Marcus Snarkis
Tracy Ryan – Ruby Snarkis
Terri Hawkes – Lydia Lopez
Richard Binsley – Earl P. Sidebottom/The Phantom
Ron Rubin – Raticus, Rod Hargrove
Eddie Glen – Fred Spurtz, Johnny Descunk
Lindsay Leese – Mrs. Snodgrass
Len Carlson – Principal Buzz Mulligan
Paul Haddad – Buford, Mr. Needlenose
Catherine Gallant (season 1) & Julie Lemieux (season 2) – Nurse Cutlip
 

 
            In 1993, Ray Nelson, Jr., Mike McLane, Douglas Kelly and Jeff Nuss decided to create a company that would develop entertaining educational content for children. They formed Flying Rhinoceros and published a variety of books featuring colorful characters—yes, even a rhinoceros. Each book tackled a different subject both tangible and conceptual, such as insects, dinosaurs, U.S. Presidents, creativity, drawing, self-esteem and more. Flying Rhinoceros attempted to recruit an expert on each subject to oversee their work for accuracy as well as write introductions for the books. Among them was Smithsonian Institution bug expert Sally Love; Raymond T. Rye of the National Museum of Natural History; astronaut Buzz Aldrin; NBA player Clyde Drexler; Sydney Butler, Executive Director of The American Zoo and Aquarium Association; former President Gerald Ford; and former U.S. Senator Bill Bradley.

Principal Buzz Mulligan.


            In addition to a series of educational shorts that were distributed directly to schools, an opportunity arose to adapt the books into a television series that exhibited the same sense of education through fun. Created by Nelson, Flying Rhino Junior High was set in the eponymous school whose principal, Buzz Mulligan (Len Carlson), happened to be an anthropomorphic rhinoceros. Inside the school was a statue of himself piloting an airplane, reminiscent of Flying Rhinoceros’ company logo. Mulligan was a well-meaning and jovial fellow that cared about his students and their education, but he was completely oblivious to a lot of the goings on in the school.

The Phantom and Raticus.


            Those goings on in question were the chaos perpetrated by former student Earl P. Sidebottom, aka The Phantom (Richard Binsley). Earl was a genius with the grade point average to match—until the one fateful day he was given a “D” in shop class, ruining his perfect record.  Shamed, he descended to the depths of the school’s boiler room only to reinvent himself as The Phantom (a pastiche of The Phantom of the Opera, complete with a ready organ) to seek revenge on the school. He did so by developing a supercomputer capable of altering the fabric of reality itself, usually taking inspirations from the day’s lessons. The students are learning about ancient Egypt? He’ll bring the pyramids complete with mummies and curses. The prehistoric age? A jungle and dinosaurs to roam the halls freely and destroy the school. Aiding him in his schemes (however ineptly) was Ratticus (Ron Rubin), a rat that Earl bestowed upon (so-called) intelligence.

Billy, Lydia, Marcus and Ruby.


            Standing against The Phantom was one particular group of classmates: Billy O’Toole (Ashley Brown), a mechanically inclined athlete with an aversion to bathing; Marcus Snarkis (Tracey Moore), a hyper-intelligent boy that skipped a few grades and was Billy’s best friend; Ruby Snarkis (Tracy Ryan), Marcus’ older sister that was a bit of a diva with acting ambitions; and Lydia Lopez (Terri Hawkes), the smartest girl in the class. They often must work together with their various skills and quirks to save the school and throw a wrench into The Phantom’s plans; occasionally learning a life lesson along the way.

Mrs. Snodgrass looking on at Fred's..."presentation".


            Other characters included Mrs. Snodgrass (Lindsay Leese), the class’s teacher that remained unphased by The Phantom’s shenanigans and often used them to aid in her lesson; Fred Spurtz (Eddie Glen), a slovenly classmate that enjoyed eating bugs and fish; Johnny Descunk (also Glen), a troublemaker that often wound up in detention; Nurse Cutlip (Catherine Gallant & Julie Lemieux), the school nurse; Mr. Needlenose (Paul Haddad), the former shop teacher that failed Earl and now teaches drama; and Buford (also Haddad), the school janitor and the only other anthropomorphic animal, being a pig, who claimed to have once been a secret agent.

Messing with gravity.


            Flying Rhino Junior High aired simultaneously on Teletoon in Canada and CBS in the United States, debuting on October 3, 1998. As the show was produced by Nelvana Limited, it aired as part of the CBS Kidshow programming block that the studio programmed for the network. Through another deal with Nelvana, it was co-produced and distributed in the United Kingdom by Scottish Television Enterprises (now STV Studios). The series was written by David Finley, Joseph Mallozzi, J.D. Smith, Gary Wheeler, Brent Piaskoski, Erika Strobel, Paul Mullie, Ian James Corlett, John Pellatt, Kenn Scott, Kathy Slevin, Michael Leo Donovan, Shelley Hoffman, John Mein and Robert Pincombe, with Finley and Mallozzi serving as story editors. The theme was composed by Alex Khaskin, George Axon and Ed Roth, with the rest of the series’ music done by Pure West.

The Phantom in disguise falling prey to his own schemes.


            Flying Rhino ran for a total of two seasons. The series was cancelled in early 2000 along with the rest of Nelvana’s shows. CBS had opted not to renew Nelvana’s contract, instead turning to then-sister network Nickelodeon to take over programming. Teletoon continued to air the series in syndication until 2007, and then YTV began reruns in 2011. In 1999, Alliance Atlantis released several episodes to VHS, and in 2000 Hardee’s included four toys based on the show in their kids’ meals. Nelvana has the entire series available to view on their YouTube Keep it Weird channel, and in 2022 the series began streaming on Tubi. Although the Flying Rhino series has long been discontinued, the various books are still available directly from the company and the characters continued to be used by Nelson across various educational platforms through his Really Big Creative studio.
 
 
EPISODE GUIDE:
Season 1:
“Prehysterical” (10/3/98) – Earl ends up turning the school into a prehistoric jungle after answering Mrs. Snodgrass’ dinosaur questions.
 
“Phantu’s Curse” (10/10/98) – When Earl transforms the school into a pyramid, Lydia takes a golden scarab as the others escape and unleashes the mummy’s curse.
 
“Underwaterworld” (10/17/98) – Mrs. Snodgrass’ lesson on underwater environments leads Earl to transform the school into an ocean.
 
“Solar Flexus” (10/24/98) – After Earl turns the school into the solar system, the others must correct the planets’ orbits before Earth falls into the sun.
 
“Frankensidebottom” (10/31/98) – A lesson on Frankenstein leads Earl to creating his own monster, and transforming the school into a horror movie town to go along with him.
 
“Comic Book Chaos” (11/7/98) – Earl unleashes four comic book villains on the school, and Lydia leads the others in stopping them.
 
“A Star is Boring” (11/14/98) – Ruby gets lost in a sea of Rubies after Earl turns her into hundreds of self-multiplying clones.
 
“Inverted and Unglued” (11/21/98) – Earl changes the school to a Victorian stamp factory to get a collectible stamp from the source when Ratticus fails to steal it from Marcus.
 
“The Game” (11/28/98) – Marcus losing his computer to Billy and unable to finish his video game leads Earl to reminisce about losing his and changes the school into Marcus’ game.
 
“Quit Buggin’ Me” (12/5/98) – Showing off bugs in school causes Earl to remember when his was crushed by a bully and inspires him to enlarge all of the bugs into giants.
 
“Phantom Christmas” (12/12/98) – When Earl refuses the Christmas spirit, Ratticus confronts him as The Phantom and forces him to relive all the chaos he’s caused at the school.
 
“Weather Waterloo” (12/19/98) – When Earl’s weather project is rejected by the class, he activates it and belts the school with a combination of bad weather.
 
“Pal 9000” (12/26/98) – Earl gets jealous of the AI friends Marcus created and implants a virus in Pal 9000 to turn him against Marcus and his friends.
 
Season 2:
“Live and Let Spy” (10/2/99) – Earl is determined to get his hands on his classmates’ journals to find out if they’ve been gossiping about him.
 
“Wag the Rat” (10/9/99) – Earl decides to have the school shut down during class elections as retaliation for having lost his,
 
“It’s Greek to Me” (10/16/99) – Earl changes the school to ancient Greece and the students must compete against the gods for their freedom.
 
“Yo Ho Ho and the Phantom’s a Bum” (10/23/99) – Earl transforms the school into a pirate galleon where the other kids have to figure out how to escape the pirates’ clutches.
 
“Junior High Noon” (10/30/99) – Earl turns the school into the Wild West just as Lydia is made a prefect, which turns her into a mega control freak Sheriff that jails everyone for anything.
 
“Out of Time” (11/6/99) – Earl uses his time machine to send Lydia, Marcus Ruby and Billy back to prehistoric times, but instead sends them back 20 years to when he was a student.
 
“Career Day” (11/20/99) – After Ruby insults Earl during career day, he turns the school into a dangerous sewer complex.
 
“Daredevil O’Toole and the Amazon Adventure” (11/27/99) – Earl ends up trapped in the school disguised as a girl when Ratticus turns the school into an Amazon jungle.
 
“Raging Rubbish” (12/4/99) – A lesson in environmental preservation inspires Earl to create a monster out of a mound of garbage.
 
“Better Safe than Silly” (12/11/99) – Earl is determined to ensure the school fails its fire safety inspection.
 
“Phantomatic Voyage” (12/18/99) – Lessons about the body and proper diets come in handy when Earl transports the school into his own body.
 
“All Green Thumbs” (1/15/00) – Earl has Ratticus dump plant-mutating fertilizer on the grounds’ greenery, causing them to grow fast and gigantic.
 
“Seeing Double” (1/22/00) – Tired of failing, Earl sends Billy, Marcus, Lydia and Ruby to a parallel dimension while their counterparts cause havoc in this one.

BACK TO SCHOOL MONTH


         September was always a mixed bag as a kid. On the one hand, it meant the end of summer vacation and going back to the drudgery of school. On the other hand, it meant that the new television season was about to start, and that meant new Saturday morning shows! So this month, we're gonna be focusing on a few shows that at least took place partly within a school setting. What better way to ring in the fall season as we prepare for the spooky season?



September 01, 2022

SATURDAY MORNING STREAMING SEPTEMBER 2022

 This is what Saturday morning favorites are available to stream this month on the major services. NOTE: Not all titles are available on the 1st, and availability is subject to change at the providers' discretion.



The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo

A Pup Named Scooby-Doo

Amethyst: Princess of Gem World (DC Nation shorts)

Angelina Ballerina

Atom Ant

Back at the Barnyard

Batman Beyond

Batman: The Animated Series

Blaze and the Monster Machines

Bobby’s World

Bunnicula

Busytown Mysteries

Cadillacs and Dinosaurs

Cave Kids

Cool McCool

CyberSix (certain areas)

Denver the Last Dinosaur

Dog City

Droopy: Master Detective

Duck Dodgers

Flying Rhino Junior High

Freakazoid!

Garfield & Friends

The Gumby Show

Horseland

LEGO Ninjago

Max & Ruby

Medabots

Mister T

Monster Rancher

My Pet Monster

Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend

Ned’s Newt

The New Scooby-Doo Movies

Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures

Pelswick

Pokémon the Series: Gold and Silver

Pokémon the Series: Ruby & Saffire

Pokémon the Series: XY

Pokémon the Series: XYZ

Popeye and Son

Pound Puppies (2010)

The Real Ghostbusters

ReBoot

Richie Rich

Rusty Rivets

Sabrina’s Secret Life

Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!

Shazam! (1974)

Shimmer & Shine

The Smurfs

Sonic Boom

Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM)

Sonic X

SpongeBob SquarePants

Strange Days at Blake Holsey High

Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries

Tales from the Cryptkeeper

Taz-Mania

Tenkai Knights

Thomas and Friends

Tom and Jerry Kids

Tom and Jerry Show

Tom and Jerry Tales

Transformers: Cyberverse

Turtles Forever

Wacky Races (1967)

What’s New, Scooby-Doo?

WildC.A.T.s.: Covert Action Teams

Xiaolin Chronicles

Yogi’s Galaxy Goof-Ups

Yogi’s Space Race

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V

Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal



Jackie Chan Adventures

Jeannie

The Karate Kid: The Series

Men in Black: The Series

Monster Rancher (NEW!)

Partridge Family 2200 A.D.

The Real Ghostbusters

ReBoot

Street Fighter: The Series

The Weird Al Show




101 Dalmatians: The Series

Amphibia

Avengers: United They Stand

Big City Greens

Big Hero 6: The Series

Bunk’d

Chibi Tiny Tales

Coop and Cami Ask the World

Darkwing Duck

Dino Ranch

Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears

Disney’s Doug (Disney episodes)

Doc McStuffins

DuckTales (2017)

Elena of Avalor

Gargoyles/Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles

The Ghost and Molly McGee

Gigantosaurus

Goof Troop

Hercules: The Animated Series

Jake and the Neverland Pirates

LEGO Star Wars All-Stars

Lilo & Stitch: The Series

The Lion Guard

The Little Mermaid: The Animated Series

Marvel’s Spider-Man

Mickey Mouse

Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series

Milo Murphy’s Law

Mira, Royal Detective

Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir

Miraculous World: New York, United Heroez

Miraculous World: Shanghai, the Legend of Ladydragon

The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

The Owl House

Pepper Ann

Pickle and Peanut

Puppy Dog Pals

Recess

The Rocketeer (2019)

Roll it Back

Schoolhouse Rock!

Silver Surfer: The Animated Series

Spider-Man (1981)

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

Spider-Man Unlimited

Spider-Man: The Animated Series

Spider-Woman

Star vs. the Forces of Evil

Star Wars: Droids

Star Wars: Ewoks

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Tangled: The Series/Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure

Teacher’s Pet

Timon & Pumbaa

Vampirina

Walk the Prank

Wolverine and the X-Men

X-Men: Evolution

X-Men: The Animated Series




Apple and Onion

Aquaman (1967)

Batman Beyond

Batman: The Animated Series

Ben 10 (2005)

Ben 10 (2016)

Ben 10: Omniverse

Beware the Batman

Care Bears: Unlock the Magic

Craig of the Creek

Green Lantern: The Animated Series

Josie and the Pussycats

Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space

Love Monster

Lucas the Spider

Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo!

The Scooby-Doo Show

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

Sesame Street

The Smurfs (1981)

Static Shock

Super Friends

Superman: The Animated Series

The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries

Teen Titans Go!

The Batman

Total DramaRama

We Baby Bears

What’s New, Scooby-Doo?

Young Justice




Animaniacs (1993)

Ben 10 (2005)

Ben 10: Omniverse

Doc McStuffins

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (season 9 only)

My Little Pony: Pony Life

Pickle and Peanut

Pikwik Pack

Pinky & the Brain

Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain

Pokémon the Series: XY

Pokémon the Series: XY Kalos Quest

Pokémon the Series: XYZ

Saved by the Bell (1989)

Sonic Boom!

Sonic X

Star vs. the Forces of Evil

Teen Titans Go!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012)

The Tick (1994)

Tiny Toon Adventures

Where’s Waldo? (2019) (season 1)

Yu-Gi-Oh!

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX

Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens

Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal




44 Cats

Angelina Ballerina

Bakugan: Battle Planet

Beyblade Burst Evolution

Beyblade Burst Rise

Beyblade Burst Surge

Beyblade Burst Turbo

DC Super Hero Girls (2019)

Gigantosaurus

Goosebumps

Hotel Transylvania: The Series

LEGO City Adventures

LEGO Friends

LEGO Ninjago

The Magic School Bus (1993) (season 1)

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir (season 1-3)

Molang

My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Tales of Canterlot High

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (4 seasons)

Oggy and the Cockroaches

Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures

Pokémon Indigo League

Pokémon Journeys

Power Players

Power Rangers Beast Morphers

Power Rangers Dino Fury

Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel

Rabbids Invasion

Saved by the Bell (1989)

Sonic X

Spectacular Spider-Man

Transformers: Cyberverse

Transformers: Rescue Bots (season 1)

Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy

Winx Club

Yu-Gi-Oh!





The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3

All Grown Up!

Alvinnn!!! And the Chipmunks

Archie’s Weird Mysteries

Blaze and the Monster Machines

Breadwinners

Bunsen is a Beast

The Cassagrandes

ChalkZone

Doug (Nickelodeon episodes)

Garfield and Friends

Heathcliff (1984)

Inspector Gadget (1983)

It’s Pony

LEGO City Adventures

The Loud House

Madeline/The New Adventures of Madeline

Max & Ruby

The New Archies

Oswald

The Penguins of Madagascar

Rainbow Butterfly Unicorn Kitty

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Ryan’s Mystery Playdate

Shimmer and Shine

Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM)

SpongeBob SquarePants

Star Trek: The Animated Series

Strawberry Shortcake’s Berry Bitty Adventures

Super Mario World

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012) (1 season)

Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?




3-2-1 Penguins!

Angelina Ballerina

Beethoven: The Series

Fievel’s American Tails

The Mummy: The Animated Series

The New Woody Woodpecker Show

Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures

Postman Pat

Roger Ramjet

The Savage Dragon

Saved by the Bell (1989)

Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Bitty Adventures

Strawberry Shortcake: Berry in the Big City

The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat

The Weird Al Show

Where’s Waldo? (2019)

Wing Commander Academy

Yu-Gi-Oh!




The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo

The Adventures of Flash Gordon

The Adventures of Sam & Max: Freelance Police

Anatole

Angelina Ballerina

Archie’s Weird Mysteries

Bump in the Night

Cadillacs and Dinosaurs

City Guys

Conan the Adventurer

Cool McCool

DC Nation Shorts

Denver the Last Dinosaur

Dino Squad

Dog City

Flying Rhino Junior High

Freakazoid!

G.I. Joe: Sigma 6

Garfield and Friends

Horseland

Inspector Gadget (1983)

Jem

The Karate Kid: The Series

LEGO Friends

LEGO Ninjago

Littlest Pet Shop (2012)

Madeline/The New Adventures of Madeline

Medabots

The Mini Munsters (ABC Saturday Superstar Movie)

Monster Rancher

My Pet Monster

Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend

Ned’s Newt

The New Archies

Oggy and the Cockroaches

Pelswick

Popeye and Son

Pound Puppies (2010)

ReBoot

Rescue Heroes

Sabrina’s Secret Life

Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo!

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

Shazam! (1974)

Shelldon

Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

SheZow

Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM) (Spanish only)

Sonic X

Stargate: Infinity

Strawberry Shortcake’s Berry Bitty Adventures

The Super Globetrotters

Super Mario World

Tales from the Cryptkeeper

Transformers: Animated

Transformers: Beast Machines

Transformers: Cybertron

Transformers: Energon

Ultraforce

The Wacky World of Tex Avery

The Weird Al Show

Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?

Wild C.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams

Yu-Gi-Oh!

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s

Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX

Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal