Petition Tag - cartoon network

1. Bring Back Formula Cartoon

Kids love fun games. One of the many genres that branches to many options is the racing genre. Cartoon Network had kids filled with love on ones they already had. But things really went up for Cartoon Network when they released their new hot shot: Formula Cartoon.

It allowed us to create our own characters and race our favorite ones. We had creative clothing and cosmetics to race against those of Gumball Watterson, Mordecai and Rigby, and Finn the Human and Jake the Dog.

It was fun and all, until they took her down. And even worse, they tried to remake it as some horrible ripoff. Now even Dimensional Drift is one of the best racing games on their website.

So we want to bring it back and have the fun that originally sealed the deal of happiness and joy for kids with Cartoon Network.

2. Put Steven Universe back on!

Steven Universe is undoubtedly one of the best shows on Cartoon network, and the Crewniverse (the staff who work for the show) have worked very hard to make this show a success! The fact that Cartoon network cuts out this amazing show for other unimportant, low quality, abysmal shows such as Teen Titans Go.

As states on a thread post in the Steven Universe Wikia page, “A good superhero show inspires people, they're human in that they have a heart and soul, some silicon some real… Teen Titans Go, it doesn't have superheroes, it has people with powers that play superhero and sometimes care about civilians, they're often so rude to each other I wonder how they're even friends and they teach kids bad morals.”

That being said, Steven Universe is the complete contrary of TTG. Steven Universe actually teaches children the most important things in life, and how to value them. So all we ask, as a joined community, as a family, please put the show back on. Thank you for your time.

-Steven Universe Community

3. Teen Titans Season 6; Comeback

Teen Titans is an American animated television series based on the DC Comics characters of the same name. The show was created by Glen Murakami, developed by David Slack, and produced by Warner Bros. Animation. It premiered on Cartoon Network on July 19, 2003, and the final episode "Things Change" aired on January 16, 2006. A comic book series, Teen Titans Go! (2003-2008), was based on the TV series.

Many characters, scenarios and themes were drawn from the 1980s DC Comics series The New Teen Titans. As of September 6, 2011, reruns have been seen again on Boomerang.

Source: wiki

The original Teen Titans series was one of Cartoon Network's top shows when it was still airing and I know that it can be once again. The spinoff series Teen Titans Go! has been received well (reviews of the show are around 5/10) and I believe that's because fans of the original series aren't ready to let go of the old Teen Titans and quite frankly neither am I.

4. Make Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi: The Movie

Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi was Cartoon Network's 22nd Original Series. The show ran from November 19, 2004 until June 27, 2006.

The show received the highest premiere rating during the City Era. The show was removed months after the creator, Sam Register left the network.

The show also ran for three seasons with five unaired episodes.

5. Stop Cartoon Network Now

Stop cartoon network.

Boycott it and get rid of it.

6. Revive The Mr. Men Show

In 2008, Cartoon Network released "The Mr. Men Show", which is based off the Mr. Men and Little Miss books.

More info will be updated soon...

7. Bring back the old cartoon network

The old cartoon network was great back in the 90s and 2000s but after 2006 it was has gone down the hill.

8. Put Cartoon Network City On YouTube!

You remember Cartoon Network City (2006-2006) on Cartoon Network?

What if all the videos and all music Cartoon Network City were posted on YouTube?

If Cartoon Network cannot broadcast on the channel, there is no reason not to broadcast them free on YouTube!

9. Continue Making New Episodes of Chowder

Chowder is an American animated television series which ran from November 2, 2007 to August 7, 2010 on Cartoon Network. The series was created by C. H. Greenblatt, a former storyboard artist on SpongeBob SquarePants and The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.

Chowder lives with Mung Daal and his wife, Truffles, in a room at the top of the catering business. Chowder wants to become a great chef, but he is very impulsive, and often gives in to his urges. He is always hungry and eats anything, even a customer's order.

Most of the time he is thought to be a scatterbrain in the episodes. He seems to already know that he is in his own series. Chowder can also regurgitate objects, and is used as a storage container by the other characters. According to Greenblatt, he is a composite of a cat, a bear and a rabbit, and his species was verified in at least one episode. C.H. Greenblatt voiced his adult self in the last episode.

10. Give the people what they want

Cartoon Network has shunned its older and female viewers for years in the name of greed and ignoring the demands of fans in general.

11. Bring back Ed Edd n Eddy

Face it, everyone misses the old Cartoon Network. But I would like to focus on one of my childhood favorites; Ed Edd n Eddy.

Why Cartoon Network even canceled the show in the first place, I don't know, but I want the show back on air. Sure, it's been a few years since the cancellation but it's not going to stop me. Help bring back one of the best shows of your childhood.

12. Keep Boomerang Ad-Free and Don't rebrand Boomerang

Boomerang (also known as Boomerang from Cartoon Network) is a 24-hour American cable television channel from Cartoon Network owned by Turner Broadcasting System, a division of Time Warner.

Boomerang specializes in reruns of animated programming from Time Warner's extensive archives, including pre-1986 MGM, Hanna-Barbera, Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. Animation, a portion of Famous Studios, and DePatie-Freleng Enterprises programs, stretching from cartoon shorts of the 1930s and 1940s (almost always in color) to repeats of shows still in production on Cartoon Network.

The block launched on October 1, 1992 and the channel launched on April 1, 2000.

13. Convince Micheal Bay to make a "Robotomy" movie

Since the Cartoon Network series "Robotomy" only lasted 10 episodes, there's many fans that want it back; surprisingly; the studio, World Leaders Entertainment has shut down, never to be heard of again; also meaning no more new episodes.

But who can we trust?

Thanks to an producer by the name Micheal Bay; who had worked with the Transformers movie franchise, and the upcoming Ninja Turtles movie; he could be able to help us bring this ultra-violent, yet comedic show back on it's feet.

14. Change The Management at Cartoon Network

A recent article (h has revealed Cartoon Network to have become corrupt and sexist.

This petetion is to get time warner to fire the current management at cartoon network and replace them.

15. Bring back the original teen titans on cartoon network

Cartoon Network has brought back our beloved show, Teen Titans, but in the worst way imaginable. We asked for the original for years now and all they gave us was this poorly animated 12 minute show called Teen Titans Go!

I could go on forever about how much I hate the show, but instead I could go on forever about how the old one was better. The animation was brilliant, the voice acting and character writing was very well done (except for gizmo, he sounds like a girl),and overall was one of the most popular show on cartoon network. I, myself have been watching it since I was a year old.

16. Bring Back Ed, Edd n Eddy PLEASE!

I love Ed, Edd n Eddy so much! I want it to come back! The Ed's were so awesome!

Please sign this petition!

17. Cancel Cartoon Network's Level Up

Level Up is a live-action television series that, as of June 2012, is broadcast on the Cartoon Network. A film with the same title, which served as a pilot for the series, premiered on November 23, 2011.

The series premiered on Tuesday, January 24, 2012, at 8 p.m. ET/PT and as of June 2012, remains in the Tuesday time-slot.

On March 28, 2012, Cartoon Network announced that Level Up was renewed for a second season.

It is one of the only Cartoon Network shows outside of Adult Swim and Toonami to have the U.S. rating of TV-PG-V", and a parental-guidance warning after every commercial break and at the beginning of the show (the others being Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Unnatural History ); its rating in Canada for most episodes is "G", or else "PG".

18. Bring the real Teen Titans back!

Teen Titans was a show created by Cartoon Network. It was aired in 2003 and ended abruptly in 2006.

It was a show full of comedy but also had a serious side. Many people grew attached and empathized with the characters.

I believe we should bring the original show back.

19. Bring Back Ed, Edd And Eddy

Ed, Edd n Eddy is an original animated television series created by Danny Antonucci and produced by Canadian-based a.k.a. Cartoon. It premiered on Cartoon Network on January 4, 1999. Ed, Edd n Eddy was one of Cartoon Network's longest running and most successful franchises and the longest-running of the channel's original Cartoon Cartoons.

The series revolved around three adolescent boys collectively known as "the Eds," who hang around in a suburban cul-de-sac. Unofficially led by Eddy, the Eds constantly scheme to make money off their peers, in order to purchase their favorite confectionery: jawbreakers. However, their plans usually fail, leaving them in various predicaments. The series' finale movie, Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show aired on November 8, 2009, officially ending the series, however reruns continue to air on the network.

20. Bring Ben 10 Back to Friday Night

Ben 10 Alien Force/Ultimate Alien have given a new life for Ben 10 cartoon, thanks to the (late) Dwayne McDuffie and the Man of Action writers.

Both the series have a maturer context, so they also attracted teenagers and even grown-ups, besides kids.

With that, super hero and action have regained space on the channel and new series like Generator Rex have aired.

However, Cartoon Network doesnt seem to care. In February, Ben 10 Ultimate Alien will be brought back to its former time on a Saturday morning, instead of Friday 7:30 p.m. Back to the Siberia, among cartoons for younger kids, in a horary where public is scarce.

Is that the right way of treating such a series - and the fans? Many people can´t/don´t wake up that early, so it´ll be much more difficult for us fans to follow the series. If CN wants Ben 10 to be cancelled for low rating, they´re going the right way.

21. Make New Episodes Of The Powerpuff Girls

The Powerpuff Girls is an American animated television series created by animator Craig McCracken and produced by Hanna-Barbera (later Cartoon Network Studios) for Cartoon Network.

The show centers on Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, three kindergarten-aged girls with superpowers, as well as their "father", the brainy scientist Professor Utonium, who all live in the fictional city of Townsville, USA. The girls are frequently called upon by the town's childlike mayor to help fight nearby criminals using their powers.

McCracken originally developed the show in 1992 as a cartoon short entitled Whoopass Stew! while in his second year at CalArts. Following a name change, Cartoon Network featured the first Powerpuff Girls pilots in its animation showcase program World Premiere Toons in 1995 and 1996. The series made its official debut as a Cartoon Cartoon on November 18, 1998, with the final episode airing on March 25, 2005. A total of 78 episodes were aired in addition to two shorts, a Christmas special, a feature film, and a 10-year anniversary special.

Additionally, the series has been nominated for 6 Emmy Awards, 9 Annie Awards, and a Kids' Choice Award during its run. Spin-off media include an anime, three CD soundtracks, a home video collection, and a series of video games, as well as various licensed merchandise.

22. Chowder on cartoon network

Chowder should continue on with the series.

Chowder is an American animated television series which ran from November 2, 2007 to August 7, 2010 on Cartoon Network. The series was created by C. H. Greenblatt, a former storyboard artist on SpongeBob SquarePants and The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.

Chowder lives with Mung Daal and his wife, Truffles, in a room at the top of the catering business. Chowder wants to become a great chef, but he is very impulsive, and often gives in to his urges. He is always hungry and eats anything, even a customer's order. He seems to already know that he is in his own series. Chowder can also regurgitate objects, and is used as a storage container by the other characters. Chowder is black in color. According to Greenblatt, he is a composite of a cat, a bear and a rabbit, and his species was verified in at least one episode. C.H. Greenblatt voiced his adult self in the last episode.

23. Make More Episodes of Sym-Bionic Titan!

Sym-Bionic Titan premiered in 2010 with an initial order of 20 episodes. It has attracted fans of all ages but has not yet been renewed for another season.

Genndy Tartakovsky and the other geniuses behind the show have been nominated for and have won Annie and Emmy awards for “Samurai Jack” and “Star Wars: Clone Wars.” Sym-Bionic Titan itself has received two 2010 Annie Award nominations. Stephan DeStefano was nominated for Character Design in a Television Production, and Scott Wills was nominated for Production Design in a Television Production.

Various online communities have been formed to support and discuss Sym-Bionic Titan. The largest Facebook group had over 1,100 members at press time. Fans have created various YouTube videos, and deviantART has a Sym-Bionic Titan fan art page with over 100 members. Each week fans discuss the new episode on various forums, including the Internet Movie Data Base page for the show. A writer for deemed the show “worthy of a franchise.”

The fans have enjoyed the show so far and see great potential in its future. Cartoon Network should keep this show on the air for many more seasons.
After signing this petition, please contact Cartoon Network via their website to tell them you signed it and support more new episodes.

24. Save Cartoon NetWork!!

In March 2008 Cartoon Network announced Robert Swartz as its new VP of original programming. Along with leading development and current teams, Swartz oversees development of all animated, live-action and alternative series for the network.

Being a longtime viewer of Cartoon Network for the past 15 years of my life, it disappoints me to say that this business endeavor has become a harsh and unnecessary decision with little success and has left fans of Cartoon Network with false hopes.

25. Bring Back Cartoon Network

Do you miss the old CN, such as toonami, Cartoon Fridays, Miguzi, Cartoons Cartoons, ETC.?

We need to take a stand and tell Cartoon Network what we want and when we want it, & we want it NOW.

They don't decide what they want to show, WE DO!

Search youtube for "Bring back cartoon network" and "toonami".

26. A Nickelodeon Channel Similar to Cartoon Network's Boomerang Channel

Nickelodeon Animation Studios used to be in Orlando Florida, with all the old school shows airing like Doug, Rockos Modern Life, Rugrats, The Angry Beavers, Ahh! Real Monsters! etc.

But now the studio has been teared down and moved to Burbank California and Greater New York. Since then all those old classic Nicktoons and Game shows have vanished with only a few shows airing on Nick. I mean, what happened to these Nick Shows?

27. Bring Back Megas XLR To Toonami

Megas was a show run by cartoon network/toonami it ran from May 1, 2004 and was cancelled on April 26, 2005, with only 2 seasons under its belt .

28. Push Back Adult Swim's Time slot

June 25, 2006

Adult Swim aired on Cartoon Netowrk starting at 11 PM Eastern/Pacific time, 10 Central. This allowed for a decent bedtime of parents that did NOT want their children watching [AS], and allowing those children to fall asleep.

Now [AS] has moved up, to 9:30 PM Central time. It is true that parent's should be making sure that their children do not watch inapproiate programing, but what about children that have a TV in their bedroom that can easily avoid their parents?

We need to have Cartoon Network ([AS]'s parent station) push back the time slot that [AS] begins.

29. Toonami Shortened to weekend

May 26, 2006

For years i have agreed with most of the changes you have made but one i don't agree with is toonami on Saturday only and the exclusion of quality shows like .hack, tenchi muyo and outlaw star.

Bring em brack.

30. Give "Breakfast Monkey" the credit it deserves!!

Positively the most important cartoon of your day, "The Breakfast Monkey" is an edible extravaganza through the wacky world of our squeaky-voiced hero - a monkey with the power of "breakfast magic."

His uncanny ability to produce wily waffles and bewitched bacon works wonders in warding off the evil cast of crazy characters of Mod City..

Join the Breakfast Monkey and his trusty sidekicks, Crazy Boy and Tinkle Fish, as they try -with good intentions but sometime disastrous results- to spread good food and good cheer to everyone they meet. Whether they like it or not.