Cartoon Network (abbreviated as CN, as of 2004) is an American pay television network owned by the Global Kids, Young Adults and Classics division of Warner Bros. Entertainment, itself a subsidiary of AT&T's WarnerMedia through its Studios and Networks Group division.
Why It Rocks
The idea of launching a network dedicated to cartoons was a pretty interesting idea.
It was served as a 24-hour outlet for classic animation properties from the Turner Broadcasting libraries such as Warner Bros. (Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies), pre-1986 MGM (Tom and Jerry, Droopy), and Hanna-Barbera (Scooby-Doo!, The Flintstones, and The Jetsons).
It launched Boomerang in 2000, where it aired most of libraries from Warner Bros., MGM, Hanna-Barbera, and Cartoon Network, and Adult Swim, where it aired adult shows for both animated and live-action, as well as some programs from Fox, such as Family Guy (Seasons 1-6), Futurama and American Dad! (Seasons 1-11).
It went downhill in 2009, when it aired CN Real, were it focusing on live-action shows than cartoons and in 2015-2017, as the channel started constantly milking Teen Titans Go! Thankfully Cartoon Network completely abandoned live-action shows and Teen Titans Go! started playing less, showing that they're slowly improving themselves. 2010 was when the Renaissance Era began and the Network redeemed themselves, then the network redeemed themselves again in 2018 onward.
Some of the shows were bad or mediocre, such as Mike, Lu & Og, My Gym Partner’s a Monkey, Squirrel Boy, Out of Jimmy’s Head, The Problem Solverz, The Powerpuff Girls reboot, Ben 10 reboot (the first four seasons), and even some shows, which Warner Bros. owns like Teen Titans Go! (as mentioned above) and ThunderCats Roar.
Christina Miller, from 2015 to 2019, while not terrible, wasn't a very good president.