= Cartoon Network Studios =

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Cartoon Network Studios

The logo is still used since 2013.

Industry: Animation

Film production Television production

Predecessor: Hanna-Barbera (1957–2001)
Founded: October 21, 1994; 25 years ago
Headquarters: Burbank, California
Key people: Sam Register (President)

Ed Adams (EVP/GM) Bobbie Page (SVP, production)

Parent: Cartoon Network
Notable works: List of notable works
Website: https://www.cartoonnetworkstudios.com/

Cartoon Network Studios is an American animation studio owned by Warner Bros. Entertainment. Located in Burbank, California, the studio primarily produces and develops animated programs and shorts for Cartoon Network. In the 2010s, their programs began to expand into their sister companies Adult Swim and HBO Max. Their current key people are Sam Register as president of the studio, Ed Adams as EVP/GM and Bobbie Page as SVP of production.

Why They Rock

  1. They make awesome cartoons to the classic ones like Dexter's Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, The Powerpuff Girls (1998) to the current ones in the likes of Apple & Onion, Craig of the Creek, Summer Camp Island, Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart, Victor and Valentino and Infinity Train.
  2. They also make cartoons to the adult audiences like Close Enough and co-produce adult cartoons with Williams Street to Adult Swim like the season 5 of Samurai Jack, Primal and JJ Villard's Fairy Tales.
  3. They started doing cartoons for HBO Max, starting with Adventure Time: Distant Lands.
  4. Their miniseries like Over the Garden Wall and shorts are very good.
  5. Many of their cartoons has excellent animation, creative humor, and marvelous voice acting.
  6. Like Nickelodeon Animation Studio, they also have respected animators who works or worked to the studio, like Genndy Tartakovsky, Craig McCracken, Lauren Faust, Paul Rudish, Maxwell Atoms, Pendleton Ward, J.G. Quintel, Rebecca Sugar, Ian Jones-Quartey, Daniel Chong, Parker Simmons, Owen Dennis, Thurop Van Orman, C.H. Greenblatt, Patrick McHale and more.
  7. They make cool movies based on their cartoons like Steven Universe: The MovieGMW, Regular Show: The MovieGMW and The Powerpuff Girls MovieGMW (although it was the only theatrical movie made by Cartoon Network, due of the box office failure of this movie).
  8. They also did the 2001 television The Flintstones on the Rocks film, was dedicated to the memory of both Hoyt Curtin and William Hanna, who died in 2000 and 2001 respectively.
  9. Their closing logos featuring variations of the characters from their cartoons after the end credits are very creative.
  10. Their European studio, Cartoon Network Studios Europe is also great and they did amazing cartoons like The Amazing World of Gumball.

Bad Qualities

WARNING: do not put Teen Titans Go! as a bad quality as it’s spin-off from Warner Bros and DC Comics and has nothing to do with Network Studio itself.

  1. Like Nickelodeon Animation Studio, some animators who worked to the studio were caught into controversies like Skyler Page, who sexually harassed Adventure Time crew member, Emily Partridge, which got him fired from Clarence in 2014 and Julia Vickerman, who made a controversial 2010 Tumblr post which resurfaced in 2019, caused Cartoon Network privatize the pilot of Twelve Forever from their YouTube channel as a result.
  2. They did some terrible cartoons and live-action shows like Out of Jimmy's HeadTTSW and Incredible CrewTTSW, with some already on Terrible TV Shows Wiki.
    • They also did the infamous reboots of Ben 10TTSW and The Powerpuff GirlsTTSW, which were negatively criticized by the fans of the original series and even newcomers alike.
      • They also turned down the offer of Mr. Warburton to make Galactic: Kids Next Door, a proposed spin-off to Codename: Kids Next Door, despite being this the only revival fans were actually interested to see and their huge campaigns to get the show approved. With the failed reboots, chances for G:KND are likely low.
    • Its attempts to get live-action shows. All these shows already mentioned in this page have failed with no exception, and this is apparent because the channel is called "Cartoon Network". Cartoon. Live actions aren't cartoons.

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