Boomerang schedule 2013

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Boomerang starts the new year with a whole new schedule, several new shows and a lot of changes, most of them good. Here's more details.

1. Puppy in My Pocket is GONE!!! What a great start to a new year, I was never a fan of this show and it never belonged on Boomerang. Plus it occupied three 30 minute slots so now we get 90 minutes more for better shows.

2. Cartoonito slots are changed a bit. Early morning slot is now from 07.00 till 08.20. Midday slot stays the same (11.00-12.45) while the evening slot is now 10 minutes shorter (17.00-19.15).

3. Boomerang Cinema still airs on Wednesday and Saturday but no longer on Sunday.

4. Skunk Fu joins the channel on January 1. This is probably the only news I don't like. Didn't like this show when it was on Cartoon Network plus it's not a classic and does not have a classic cartoon character. It airs weekdays at 13.40 & 04.55.

5. Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries join the channel on January 28. This was expected and a lot of us speculated that it could come in January, it will air weekdays at 10.35 & 16.35.

6. The Flintstones are back, in a decent weekday slot, in fact in prime time at 20.30 followed by The Jetsons at 21.00. Great evening line up.

7. Tom & Jerry get more better slots. Last few months classic Tom & Jerry have been sidelined in the schedule, especially with Tom & Jerry Tales joining the channel and getting several daytime slots. Classic shorts will now have two 15 minute slots, at 15.15 & 21.30. It's important to keep the classic shorts alive despite all the new versions of many classic characters.

8. Popeye is gone, not surprising considering the limited number of episodes they aired plus the fact they reduced it to just one short since last week.

If there are any changes between now and January I will update this post.

 (all times CET - Central European Time)


06.00. Dexter's Laboratory
06.20. Tiny Toon Adventures
06.45. Tom and Jerry Kids
07.00.Gerald McBoing Boing                                         

07.25. Bananas in Pyjamas

07.40. Jelly Jamm

07.55. Krypto: The Super Dog

08.20. A Pup Named Scooby Doo

08.50. Garfield

09.20. Taz-Mania

09.45. Tiny Toon Adventures

10.10. Tom and Jerry Tales

10.35. Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries ( from January 28. Until then it's Looney Tunes)

11.00.Jelly Jamm                                                     

11.15. Baby Looney Tunes

11.40. Bananas in Pyjamas

11.55. Ha Ha Hairies            

12.20. Krypto: The Super Dog                                                       

12.45. A Pup Named Scooby Doo

13.15. Garfield

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13.40.Skunk Fu
14.05.Pink Panther and Pals

14.25. Droopy, Master Detective

14.50. Taz-Mania

15.15. Tom and Jerry

15.30. Scooby and Scrappy Doo (1980 shorts)

15.55. Looney Tunes

16.10. Tiny Toon Adventures

16.35. Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries ( from January 28. Until then it's Tom and Jerry Kids)

17.00. Baby Looney Tunes

17.25. Jelly Jamm

17.40. Bananas in Pyjamas

18.05. Gerald McBoing Boing 

18.35. Ha Ha Hairies

19.00. Cartoonito Tales

19.15. Tom and Jerry Tales
19.40. Johnny Bravo

20.05. Duck Dodgers
20.30. The Flintstones

21.00. The Jetsons
21.30. Tom and Jerry

21.45. Hong Kong Phooey

22.10. The Perils of Penelope Pitstop

22.35. Looney Tunes

23.00. Yogi's Treasure Hunt

23.25. Help! It's the Hair Bear Bunch

23.45. Duck Dodgers

00.10.Dexter's Laboratory
00.40. Garfield
01.05.Pink Panther and Pals
01.25.Looney Tunes

01.45. Tom and Jerry
02.00. Yogi Bear (80s version) 
02.25. Droopy, Master Detective
02.50. The Perils of Penelope Pitstop
03.15. The Flintstones
03.45. The Jetsons

04.15. Looney Tunes
04.30. Scooby Doo, Where Are You?
04.55. Skunk Fu
05.20. Taz-Mania
05.45. Tom and Jerry


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This is a list of television programs broadcast by Boomerang in the United States.

Current programming

This is a list of programs currently airing on Boomerang's schedule as of December 1, 2018. A few of the programs are being run concurrently with Cartoon Network.

Original programming

Reruns of ended original programming

First-run acquired programming

Syndicated from Cartoon Network

Syndicated from Hanna-Barbera and Turner

Syndicated from Warner Bros. Animation

Current programming blocks

Current interstitial series

Future programming

Original programming

First-run acquired programming

Digital content

A list of shows that, so far, have only been made available on Boomerang's SOVD subscription service.

First-run acquired programming

Syndicated from Cartoon Network

Syndicated from Hanna-Barbera and Turner

Syndicated from Warner Bros. Animation

Former programming

A list of shows that have formerly ran on Boomerang. It does not include specials that are often part of a programming block. An asterisk (*) indicates that the program is now on Boomerang's SVOD subscription service.

First-run acquired programming

Syndicated from Cartoon Network

Syndicated from Hanna-Barbera and Turner

Syndicated from Warner Bros. Animation

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List of programs broadcast by Boomerang

This is a list of television programs broadcast by Boomerang in the United States.

Current programming

This is a list of programs currently airing on Boomerang's schedule as of September 18, 2021. A few of the programs are being run concurrently with Cartoon Network. An asterisk (*) indicates that the program is also airing on MeTV.

Reruns of ended original programming

Programming from Cartoon Network

Cartoon Network Studios

Warner Bros. Animation

Syndicated from Hanna-Barbera, Turner and Warner Bros.

Current programming blocks

Digital content

A list of shows that, so far, have only been made available on Boomerang's SVOD subscription service.

Syndicated from Cartoon Network

Syndicated from Hanna-Barbera, Turner and Warner Bros.

Syndicated from Warner Bros. Animation

Former programming

A list of shows that have formerly ran on Boomerang. It does not include specials that are often part of a programming block. An asterisk (*) indicates that the program is now on Boomerang's SVOD subscription service. Two asterisks (**) indicates that the program is now airing on MeTV.

Original programming

Programming from Cartoon Network

Syndicated from Hanna-Barbera, Turner and Warner Bros.

Syndicated from Warner Bros. Animation

Syndicated from The Program Exchange

Other syndicated programming

Former programming blocks

Former interstitial series

See also

Notes

  1. ^The Tom and Jerry Show (2014) originally aired new episodes on Cartoon Network from April 9, 2014 to March 12, 2016.
  2. ^New Looney Tunes, formerly known as Wabbit, originally aired new episodes on Cartoon Network from September 21, 2015 to March 12, 2016.
  3. ^Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! originally aired new episodes on Cartoon Network from October 5, 2015 to March 12, 2016.
  4. ^Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz was first released on Boomerang's SVOD subscription service on June 29, 2017.
  5. ^Bunnicula originally aired new episodes simultaneously on Cartoon Network and Boomerang from February 6 to March 12, 2016.
  6. ^Wacky Races (2017) was first released on Boomerang's SVOD subscription service on August 14, 2017.
  7. ^Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? was first released on Boomerang's SVOD subscription service on June 28, 2019 and premiered on Cartoon Network on July 8, 2019.
  8. ^Select episodes of Ben 10: Omniverse aired on Boomerang before they aired on Cartoon Network. However, in the case of the episode "Catfight", Boomerang aired it on Saturday, April 19, 2014 Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine and Cartoon Network aired it on Friday, April 18, 2014 <http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/schedule/Archived 2014-06-20 at the Wayback Machine>
  9. ^Evil Con Carne, which originally shared the same show with The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, aired in that show's timeslot on July 29, 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zc5nL6Gc2Eg It is currently unknown whether or not the series ever has aired, or ever will air, on Boomerang again.
  10. ^OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes aired on Boomerang exclusively for a month to promote the show's airings on Cartoon Network.
  11. ^Summer Camp Island aired on Boomerang exclusively for a weekend marathon to promote the show's airings on Cartoon Network, with new episodes of the series being simulcast on both networks that weekend.
  12. ^Cave Kids aired as a standalone program, but aired in the timeslot that was then normally used for The Flintstones during the month of June 2006; it is currently unknown whether or not it returned to Boomerang's schedule after that month.
  13. ^The Scooby-Doo Show was a standalone program that was originally part of Laff-A-Lympics. It was later shown on Boomerang as part of that show, as well as the third season of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
  14. ^During its 2013 run on the network, select episodes of Johnny Test aired on Boomerang before they aired on Cartoon Network.
  15. ^Care Bears: Unlock the Magic was first released on Boomerang's SVOD subscription service on February 1, 2019.
  16. ^ The program's original run on the network was syndicated through The Program Exchange. Garfield and Friends was first released on Boomerang's SVOD subscription service on November 1, 2018, in remastered form.
  17. ^Gerald McBoing-Boing aired during Tickle U, a programming block geared towards a younger audience, that was broadcast simultaneously on Cartoon Network for cross-promotional purposes
  18. ^Grojband was originally shown on Cartoon Network in 2013, and select episodes were shown on Boomerang on June 25, 2013 as part of a special airing (before said episodes aired on Cartoon Network) for cross-promotional purposes.<https://web.archive.org/web/20120503101756/http://www.locatetv.com/listings/boomerang> After it was removed from Cartoon Network in 2014, the series moved to Boomerang for the last 13 episodes of the series, which were previously released exclusively online.
  19. ^Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs aired during Tickle U, a programming block geared towards a younger audience, that was broadcast simultaneously on Cartoon Network for cross-promotional purposes
  20. ^During its 2013 run on the network, select episodes of Johnny Test aired on Boomerang before they aired on Cartoon Network.
  21. ^Peppa Pig aired during Tickle U, a programming block geared towards a younger audience, that was broadcast simultaneously on Cartoon Network for cross-promotional purposes

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Boomerang February 2013 Schedule

Boomerang Schedule Summer 2014

Weekdays 12:00am Tom and Jerry 1:00am Codename Kids Next Door 2:00am Looney Tunes 3:00am The Smurfs 4:00am Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends 5:00am The Busy World Of Richard Scarry 6:00am Tom and Jerry 7:00am Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! 8:00am What's New, Scooby-Doo? 9:00am Chowder 10:00am The Garfield Show (Mondays & Wendesdays); Care Bears (Nelvana Seires & DIC Series) (Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays) 11:00am The Raccoons 12:00pm The Looney Tunes Show 1:00pm Johnny Test 2:00pm Sonic Underground 3:00pm The Powerpuff Girls 4:00pm Sonic The hedgehog (TV Series) 5:00pm Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! 6:00pm What's New, Scooby-Doo? 7:00pm Courage The Cowardly Dog 8:00pm Pokemon 9:00pm Sonic X 10:00pm Dexter's Laboratory 11:00pm What's New, Scooby-Doo? Weekends 12:00am Tom and Jerry 1:00am Skunk Fu! 2:00am Looney Tunes 3:00am Codename: Kids Next Door 4:00am Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends 5:00am The Busy World Of Richard Scarry 6:00am Tom and Jerry 7:00am Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! 8:00am

Sours: https://www.deviantart.com/bronzejeff303/journal/Boomerang-February-2013-Schedule-785658326

Schedule 2013 boomerang

From December 21st, Boomerang will run a weekend of Christmas specials, film and episodes from 9am to 9pm, and another 12-hour marathon on Christmas Day. A few specials will run on Monday and Christmas Eve at 4:30pm. The specials included are as follows:


Bah Humduck: A Looney Tunes Christmas
In this adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, Daffy Duck is the greedy proprietor of the Lucky Duck Mega-Mart and all he can think about is the money to be made during the holiday season. Disgruntled employees like Assistant Manager Porky Pig, Marvin Martian, Speedy Gonzales, and Elmer Fudd plead to Daffy Duck for small concessions like a day off on Christmas and discounted toys, but Daffy is relentless in his pursuit of the almighty dollar. It's up to last minute shopper Bugs Bunny; the ghosts of Christmases past (Tweety and Granny), present (Yosemite Sam) and future (Taz); and Porky Pig's young daughter Priscilla to make Daffy see the error of his ways and discover the true meaning of Christmas.

Saturday 22nd - 8:00 and 15:30
Sunday 23rd - 13:00 and 19:00
Tuesday 25th (Christmas Day) - 10:00

Tom & Terry: A Nutcracker Tale
Jerry and Tuffy are watching a performance of the Nutcracker, one Christmas Eve. Their wish to perform their own version comes true, with Jerry playing the lead role, Tuffy as his sidekick and a female ballet dancer played by a doll.. Tom and a gang of Alley Cats walk in on the stage, becoming the villains of the show, who kidnap the girl and keep her trapped in a cage, guarded by the Cat King. Jerry, Tuffy, and a couple of toys they meet on the way, have to make their way through each part of the show's scenery to find the toymaker, and defeat the cats to save the girl.





Tiny Toon Adventures: Its a Wonderful Tiny Toons Christmas
Buster Bunny is trying to produce and direct the Tiny Toons Holiday Special, but it is not working. Montana max, makes him look bad, and then bribes the network executives into firing Buster and making him the producer. Buster thinks he has had it, and plans to throw himself out of cartoons forever. His guardian angel appears and shows him what Tiny Toons would be like without him.




The Pink Panther: A Very Pink Christmas
Pink Panther and Big Nose establish rival Christmas tree businesses in their attempts to earn the purchase price for a mutually coveted luxury car. In the process, they inadvertently discover the true Christmas spirit of giving.





Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries: It Happened One Night Before Christmas










Dr Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)
Bitter and hateful, the Grinch is irritated at the thought of the nearby village having a happy time celebrating Christmas. So disguised as Santa Claus, with his dog made to look like a reindeer, he raids the village to steal all the Christmas things. The village is sure to have a sad Christmas this year.














The New Scooby Doo Mysteries: The Nutcracker Scoob
Scooby, Shaggy, Scrappy, Daphne and Fred are helping out with a theatre production of the Nutcracker. But the show gets interrupted with 2 problems: a grouchy businessman who's bought the deed to the theatre and plans to tear it down, and a ghoul who's after the Nutcracker prop.



The 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo: Its a Wonderful Scoob
An homage to the classic tale, It's a Wonderful Life. After accidentally seeing a glimpse of his horrifying past using Time-Slime's sceptre, Scooby calls it quits and leaves the gang to live back with his parents. With their title character gone, Flim-Flam holds auditions for a replacement Scooby and hires a new actor: a lazy dog named "Burney Gumshire", who comes in no use when Time-Slime captures the gang and plans to release all the ghouls that are trapped in the Chest of Demons. It's up to Vincent Van Ghoul to persuade Scooby-Doo to come back and save the gang by showing him what would happen in the future.



What's New Scooby Doo: A Scooby Doo Christmas
The gang gets stranded in a town where a headless snowman is on the loose and Christmas isn't celebrated.




Merry Christmas, Mr Bean
The Hapless Bumbler invites Irma over for a Christmas Dinner, but gets into his usual mischief with various festivities. From having trouble with the Christmas Turkey, and overfilling a Christmas cracker with bangers, to his own re-creation of the nativity scene.





The Garfield Show: Home for the Holidays
Garfield is looking forward to the holidays and all of its joys, but Arlene gives him a reason to stop and remember the true meaning of the season, so Garfield decides to help some homeless cats and dogs by helping to find homes for them. 

Caroling Capers
While waiting for Jon to finish with the feast, Garfield  watches a programme in which carol singers are given treats in return for their festive songs. This sparks Garfield an opportunity for him to get free food, so he goes round the neighbourhood with Odie and Nermal singing carols. Unfortunately, his plans backfire.

Tom & Jerry (episode showings may vary):
The Night Before Christmas
Jerry explores the house during Christmas Eve night, discovering delectable Candy Canes and squeaky toys, until he wakes up Tom by accident. They chase around the house until Jerry jumps out of the mailbox slot, and Tom jams it so Jerry can't get out. But Tom starts to get a guilty conscience as Jerry braves the freezing cold.

Mice Follies
Jerry and Tuffy/Nibbles flood the kitchen with water, and adjust the freezer to make everything freeze, to form their own ice rink. As they enjoy their fun of ice-dancing, Tom finds out and tries to stop them, unaware of the slippery conditions of the frozen floor. Luckily, he finds a pair of Ice-Skates, and gets his own back at the mice.

Snowbody Loves Me
A freezing Jerry Mouse seeks shelter at a house, filled with a feast of cheeses. But when he invites himself him, he locks Tom out, and the cat tries to get back in and go after Jerry.

The Tom-inable Snowman
After making another escape from being eaten, Jerry finds protection from a Swiss helper dog. Tom makes a distraction for the dog to go after, so he can go after Jerry. The chase later ends him being injured and treated by the Dog, who supplies him a barrel of alcohol, which Tom consumes and become drunk.

Tom & Jerry Tales: Ho Ho Horrors/Doggone Hill Hog/ Northern Light Fish Fight
When Mrs. Two-Shoes goes to bed on Christmas Eve, Tom lies in his basket and dreams of chasing after Jerry and eating him. Jerry, not liking this, enters the dream and turns it into a nightmare. 
Tom and Jerry are chasing one another in the snow. 
Spike is sledding down a nearby hill, and crashes into them. He does this repeatedly, thinking it funny. He bullies the two relentlessly as he guffaws at their pain. Tom and Jerry soon get Spike back, but all three wind up with broken arms and legs. 

In the Arctic wastes, Tom is a fisherman with nothing to show for it but a bunch of holes in the ice and a very cold worm. When Jerry has beginner's luck and catches a fat fish, Tom tries to steal it. 

Looney Tunes (episode showings may vary)
Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol
In a short Adaptation to Charles Dickens, a cold Bob Cratchit (played by Porky Pig) is working non-stop for careless, grouchy Scrooge (Yosemite Sam). Bugs tries to help Bob by "borrowing" a lump of coal from Scrooge's office and giving it to Bob to keep him warm. But when Scrooge's cat, Sylvester discovers Bob warming up, he warns his master and Bob gets fired. After giving Bugs some welcomed hospitality by Porky, he's introduced by the family, including Tiny Tim (played by Tweety Pie), Bob suddenly gets a foreclosure notice from Scrooge, and Bugs decides to take drastic action: by making Scrooge get into the holiday and persuade him from throwing Bob Cracthit into the streets.

Gift Wrapped
Sylvester wakes up one Christmas morning to see what Santa left him and Granny. Unhappy with his gift, a rubber mouse, he finds that Santa left for Granny a canary (Tweety), and attempts to eat, only to be stopped by Granny and a bulldog.

Fright Before Christmas
The Tazmanian Devil lands into the north pole, and goes wild until he bumps into Santa's workshop. After getting tangled, and ending up in Santa's outfit, Taz finds himself on a sleigh ride to Bugs Bunny's house. Bugs, discovering its an imposter, tries to tame Taz and and eventually returns Santa's sleigh back to the North Pole.

Once again, Tiny Toons is getting a christmas-only airing, being their festive special. The Grinch is probably is only other miscellaneous christmas feature on Boomerang, as the rest are all based on their programming. No consideration for their 4am classics slot, so The Flintstones or Top Cat remain in their normal episode run.


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Boomerang CEE Schedule Archived — DECEMBER 2013 SCHEDULE I’m late I made this...

January 2014 Schedule. 

Here is the schedule for January Schedule. Major changes

As of January, the Cartoonito block is gone from the schedule and all the shows are moved to Boomerang. Jelly Jamm and Ha Ha Hairies are gone from the schedule and it’s replaced by more of Garfield Show, Pink Panther and Pals, Tom & Jerry Kids and Krypto the Superdog.

Tom & Jerry Kids is first for the first time. Later on for last week Lazy Town Replaces Tom & Jerry Kids 1 slot and for Bananas In Pyjamas 1 Slot too at 8:30 AM and 8:45 AM. 

Looney Tunes replaces Tom & Jerry on 5:15 PM this means Classic Tom & Jerry only aired at 7:00 PM.

Top Cat loses Weekday slots as of January 13th and it’s replaced by more of the Tom & Jerry Tales, but it’s keeping its Sunday slot

Also Hong Kong Phooey is also back, aired on every Sunday without the Sunday Chase o-Rama I think.

Scooby Sundays are gone for the 2nd week and it’s replaced by Sunday Chase of Rama dedicated to air as of lead of Top Cat, Penelope of Pitstop, Dastardy and Muttley and Yogi’s Treasure Hunt. Here are the Sunday Chase of Rama bumpers: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7ox36a by Boomerang Archive

Boomerang also changed their next bumpers. Here are the bumpers: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7ox369 by Boomerang Archive

Overall this month was the huge one, Cartoonito the block is gone, 2 preschool shows are eliminated some shows lost their extra slots and classic’s are returned

If you have something to say, Please comment down bellow

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