In 1960, Hanna-Barbera was offered the chance to create a series for prime-time television. What they came up with was The Flintstones, one of the most iconic cartoons to ever air on TV.
Yogi Bear proved to be a popular character on the Huckleberry Hound Show, so Hanna-Barbera gave him his own show in 1961. At the same time, HB produced a new series for prime-time called Top Cat.
A look at Nickelodeon's classic cartoon Rugrats, from its creation to its end.
Hanna-Barbera was on a roll in 1959 with two hits already under their belt. That year, they came out with two more series, one on TV and one in theaters: Quick Draw McGraw and Loopy de Loop
This hub is going to discuss Nickelodeon's declining viewership, which has been a top story on the television front for several months. In September 2011, Nickelodeon averaged 1.8 million viewers a day and 951,000...
Saturday morning cartoons were a major staple of US television, but which cartoon started this trend? In 1960, General Mills opened the gate with the first Saturday morning cartoon: King Leonardo
Even though the Jimmy Neutron television series ended 6 years ago, there are still a lot of fans of the show, including new fans, who would like to see it back on the air. This hubpage includes a brief overview of...
This Hub article was written to help those with kids, grandkids or have kids in their lives (such as aunt/uncles, babysitters, etc.). These are the top rated programs that my kids will watch on any given day in my...
Still in the infancy of television animation, experimental series emerged, including television's first color cartoon and TerryToons first foray off the silver screen.
Cancelled TV Shows : The Top 5 Cancelled Cartoon Shows of The Late 90's and The 1 That Lost Nickelodeon $350 Million
These top 5 cartoon shows were cut from TV despite being favored by many adults and kids alike. Nickelodeon even invested $350 million on one of these only to have it cut. Find out why..
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