Cartoon Network and Adult Swim Launch Today! Reviewed by Momizat on . TELETOON Canada Inc. flipped the switch today on Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, giving Canadians access to programming from these top-rated U.S. brands. The br TELETOON Canada Inc. flipped the switch today on Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, giving Canadians access to programming from these top-rated U.S. brands. The br Rating:
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Cartoon Network and Adult Swim Launch Today!

Cartoon Network and Adult Swim Launch Today!

TELETOON Canada Inc. flipped the switch today on Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, giving Canadians access to programming from these top-rated U.S. brands. The brand new Canadian specialty channel Cartoon Network launched at 6 a.m. ET/PT today, while Adult Swim programming will assume its nightly position on the network starting at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

“TELETOON Canada has built a reputation as the hub for all animated and animation-related programming in Canada and today is a particularly special day for us as we expand our television family with the launch of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim,” said Len Cochrane, President, TELETOON Canada Inc. “These are strong brands known for top-notch programming in the animation and comedy genre and we couldn’t be more pleased to make Cartoon Network and Adult Swim available to Canadians.”

Cartoon Network features a programming lineup for kids and families stacked with comedy shows such as Level Up, Regular Show and The Amazing World of Gumball from 6 a.m. ET/PT to 9 p.m. ET/PT. From 9 p.m. ET/PT onwards, Adult Swim offers up irreverent, funny shows like Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, The Venture Bros. and Aqua Teen Hunger Force to young adult viewers.

Today’s launch also features a robust online component. Cartoonnetwork.ca launched this morning with over 150 games, while adultswimcanada.com includes highlights such as a tongue-in-cheek Canadian citizenship quiz.

To subscribe to Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, viewers can contact their television service providers.

Comments (6)

  • Jason Sheps

    C'mon Shaw, give us some CN love, in HD too…

  • Pooch

    I do love living in Canada, but I have to be honest, when it comes to TV here, it sucks.

    My main issues:

    1. If it is on “FOX”…leave it on “FOX”, don’t put “Global” on “FOX”.

    2. Canadian shows do not have the same “Production Value” as the U.S., so all our shows look like crap and cheap (SAY GOODBYE TO “CANADA’S GOT TALENT”…WHAT A SHOCK).(with the exception of “Trailer Park Boys”….it’s just pure fun. And no I`m not a Druggie…it was just a show that did what it wanted to).

    3. The U.S. and Canada should release shows at the same time. NOT MONTH’S LATER.

    4. “Cable” companies should have the same channels. “F” all the rules. We sould be able to watch/subscribe to what ever company we want without “Con’s” to join so they can make money. So much for Freedom in this world.

    WE ALL LIVE ON 1 ROCK CALLED EARTH. LET`S ACT LIKE IT.

  • ottawasnowdog

    Poch

    1)Studios make millions if not billions of dollars off international sales so that is why we will never just see shows on there own network.

    2)Some shows i agree but there are some such as Saving Hope that are solid.

    3)I would love to see that but the fact is for some networks its not possible.

    4)This is a very complex issues much like studios would lose massive amounts of money if all the shows were just on there network if you toss out all the rules yo would see studios hurt big time.Again it comes down to the of the international sales but the other thing is sports leagues if you just have one channels say for hockey the league would lose billions of dollars another issue is say Disney could not sell rights to there channels again they would lose out big time.

  • Joe Culp

    That goes double for you Bell TV.

  • christian maurice

    Come on Videotron, in quebec, we need some Cartoon network. I have a feeling that launch of CN Canada was very rushed.

  • Martin Juneau

    Bah! Who needs CN anyway when we got yet Teletoon and YTV as the same kind of carriage?

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