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There were no cartoons on American TV on Saturday morning. It's the end of an era. Jul 6, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood go Into.


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This will be quite a generation-specific reference, but remember Saturday morning cartoons? For those who didn't grow up in the pre-internet.


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Once upon a time, cartoons weren't a la carte, and Saturday mornings were sacred.


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There are many folks out there like me who want cartoons to return to Saturday mornings on broadcast TV and I will show the many Saturday morning cartoon.


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The Act limited the amount of ads on weekend kiddie TV to no more than After all, it now had to be around 25 minutes in length, rather than the standard 22 minutes. Cartoons, and kiddie programs in general, were scant in the old-timey TV landscape. Today, all of those cable channels and more continue to churn out animated material, but the world of TV and how it's consumed continues to evolve. While many were little more than half-hour commercials for toys, it's undeniable that He-Man: Masters of the Universe, G. Usually produced by the same animation houses that made Saturday morning cartoons by which we mean "cheaply" , Saturday morning-style cartoons suddenly became competition for homework, being available each and every weekday. The piecemeal of both syndicated cartoonsβ€”and the old stalwart of Saturday morningβ€” just couldn't compete with cable's all-you-watch cartoon buffet. By the mids, the majority of American homes were equipped with a magical box that brought into the home dozens of niche channels, including multiple ones that showed nothing but cartoons and other kid stuff all the time , no "interesting" animals need apply. This is to say nothing of the enduring popularity of Disney's syndicated cartoon block, The Disney Afternoon , into the '90s. The Internet did it.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} That all being said, you'll notice your local stations and network affiliates don't even play many cartoons in the afternoon anymore. The real reason why Saturday morning cartoons disappeared. But as tastes changed in the '80s and '90s, the holes were filled in by very syndicated cartoons. But the real problem for the networks here, was that a lack of ad breaks meant less ad space they could sell. By , the only channel with its own branded Saturday morning content was the CW with "Vortex," a block of anime-type shows like Sonic X and Dragon Ball. But over the past couple decades, the big broadcast networks have slowly stopped offering a Saturday morning lineup. Cartoons became an after-school thing. Fox held on until , when it gave over a big part of Saturday mornings to " Weekend Marketplace ," an umbrella title for a block of infomercials. Until , ABC aired a block called "One Saturday Morning," until replacing it with shows that had previously aired on their corporate sibling, Disney Channel. In the dark days of four channels, kids were lucky if they got even one show just for them. A lot of those cartoons are now available on low-cost streaming services like Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and the cable networks' own websites and apps. They don't have to be parked in front of a TV on Saturday morning at 8 a. In the '50s and '60s, it was mostly stuff like Captain Kangaroo in the morning, The Mickey Mouse Club in the afternoon, and some locally produced show starring some guy dressed like a cowboy, clown, or pirate playing old cartoons. We're starting to think Mother Nature killed off Saturday morning cartoons, not greedy executive types. Saturday morning was no longer the only game in town. In , Congress passed the Children's Television Act. Kids and, let's be honest, adults can watch cartoons whenever they want, wherever they want. Sorry, Saturday morning network cartoon block: you just can't compete with the American Dream. In , it too disappeared in favor of One Magnificent Morning , which is, of course, a bunch more animal shows. Selling Saturday mornings to syndicates proved an easy way to make money. All rights reserved. As for when to actually put it on the air, more than a third of local stations initially selected Saturday mornings , as they weren't actually required to air network shows during that time. Another part of the Children's Television Act increased regulations on advertising to children. You'd pour yourself a huge bowl of sugar disguised as cereal and never disguised as nutrition. When asked nicely to do that, broadcasters, not surprisingly, didn't change much of its children's programming at all. Unless you count infomercials and multi-level marketing schemes, which, seriously, those things are fun, but only when you get in on the ground level. Joe, Thundercats, and the ilk were totally awesome. As a result, networks had to quickly throw some learnin' material on the air, which they relied on syndicated television packagers to produce. Back in the day, Saturday morning was the best time of the week. That's because, as daily cartoons diminished the novelty and importance of Saturday mornings as the primo cartoon destination, so too were daily cartoons' existence rendered moot by cable TV. Kids definitely still watch cartoons on Saturday morning, but now they can watch say, Sanjay and Craig on Hulu at , on their phone, without even getting out of bed. Four years later, in , that's exactly what NBC did. What became of this American institution of color and cackles? The network also realized that it could run sports on Saturday mornings which had already annoyingly preempted cartoons on the West coast for years. The government did it. So, he began exploring other options for the time period. Plus, NBC could charge more for advertising during sports beer, motor oil, more beer than it could for with cartoons, and do so over way more ad breaks than were allowed for children's programming. You'd get up early, and you'd be happy about it. Let's find out. Then you'd turn the TV on, and let it assault you with a barrage of cartoons until noon Then you'd go back to whatever children did before they had cell phones to stare at. The rest of daytime TV was firmly occupied by what did well in the ratings, and what sponsors threw their money at: game shows and soap operas. Disney-owned ABC got rid of its lineup of Disney Channel reruns and sold the time period to Litton , a syndicator of low-budget educational television travelogues and animal shows. In , the network signed a five-year deal with Notre Dame to air the college's home football games on Saturdays. Sorry kids, no more X-Men, but you won't believe how this mop cleans! Tartikoff and his team did some number-crunching and found that it would be much cheaper to air news programs, or extend Today to the weekend. Among its guidelines that broadcasters had to follow: a minimum of three weekly hours of programs that had educational or informational merit. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Kids today don't know the glorious experiences they're missing. Also, that's when kids were most likely to be watching, meaning they were halfway there to school anyway. The networks realized they could make more money with news and sports. The Children's Television Act of greatly reduced advertising. Blame cable TV.