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KidsClick’s fall lineup includes Hot Wheels, Winx Club, Zak Storm

Ever since its July 1st launch, we here at ToonBarn have been covering KidsClick, the new morning broadcast TV cartoon block running everyday of the week. It’s operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group and runs nationally on ThisTV stations, as well as on select local channels owned by the operator. Sinclair promised to refresh the KidsClick content library and they shared with us what’s ...

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KidsClick Lineup Revealed

We’re less than two weeks away from the return of morning cartoons on network TV! We’ve covered the announcement, the shows you can expect to see, the website and some of the local promotions. However, there’s one burning question: what’s the KidsClick lineup going to be like? Well, you’re in luck. We managed to get a hold of the schedule and we’re able to ...

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Check Out The Local KidsClick Promos

Time is ticking down until the return of morning cartoons on network TV and the architects of it are slowly starting their publicity campaign. Unlike some of the recent children’s animation blocks, Sinclair is able to leverage some synergy into promotion through their various platforms. One of those is local television. While KidsClick’s national partner is ThisTV, many markets ...

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Take a Sneak Peek at the Shows Headed to KidsClick, the New Network TV Morning Cartoon Block

Have you heard the good news? Cartoons are coming back to weekend AND weekday mornings on US network television! KidsClick is a brand new block of programming that you’ll be able to watch on TV and online. We here at Toonbarn are pretty excited for its launch and managed to grab a list of shows you can expect to see: Max Steel Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir Pac-Man and the ...

Cartoon Network Reboots Max Steel
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Cartoon Network Reboots Max Steel

FreeMantle Media and Mattel have recently announced that Cartoon Network will launch a new animated version of Max Steel for their Latin American channel. The new series uses CGI and will be produced by both Mattel and Freemantle, while worldwide distribution of the series (excluding the US) will be handled by FME, along with the home entertainment rights. ...

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