Top 10 T.V. Channels that Have Gotten Worse
Cartoon Network has now become a sad and hollow shell of its former glory, run by that lazy, worthless, useless, and stupid Christina Miller who is ruining everything. But her time in Cartoon Network is coming to an end. In fact, there are lots of people petitioning to bring back all the old classic cartoon TV series back on the air on Cartoon Network, remove Teen Titans Go off the air, and get Christina Miller fired from Cartoon Network for good from change.org, care2.com, and gopetition.com. Let's give them a helping hand and let's speed up the process. It's time to raise hell on Christina Miller's sorry and worthless ass, it's time to bring Cartoon Network back to what it used to be, and it's time to get this party started and bring back the good old days again. "Are you with me! Are you with me! Let's get started!"
Regular Show is gone, Adventure Time is ending, and so is The Amazing World of Gumball and Steven Universe. Now we are left with rubbish. But there's one piece that isn't rubbish: We Bare Bears. If Cartoon Network cancels this show, it would be gone FOREVER.
I recently learned from Vailskibum94 that Cartoon Network is actually airing Teen Titans Go! ALL DAY non-stop for an Easter marathon. Um, are the executives at Cartoon Network on crack right now, mixed with alcohol and medication, while smoking weed and tobacco?
Cartoon Network got really, really worse. It shouldn't have aired Misadventure Time, especially mistakes.
As soon as I read the topic, MTV was on my mind as far as taking a downward spiral from "music entertainment" to "why is this a channel?"
The first time MTV came in, it was awesome because metal and rock were on it, but now pop has taken over.
When I listen to music, I turn to MTV. But what do I see? A lot of shows that don't have anything to do with music. Ridiculous thing, so stupid. I want a normal Music Channel.
Most of the shows on MTV are mind-numbing enough to make you lose faith in humanity.
Now it has horrible shows like Shake It Up - they can't act or sing. Another Ant Farm - that show is so dumb. I'm a teenager, and I slap myself in the face because I used to watch Disney Channel. The only good show, Wizards of Waverly Place, was the only good show, and they canceled that too. Plus on the side, Shake It Up, one of the episodes, Party It Up, about eating disorders, was not funny. I mean, they're teaching children that eating disorders are OK when they're not. What happened to That's So Raven and etc? I believe Disney Channel should be number 1.
I never watched this channel, but from what I've heard, it's getting worse.
My favorite? Actually, I don't know what you're talking about.
This channel sucks, but my sister loves it.
They put Treehouse and gold digging, and other shows are not animal-related.
While Nickelodeon was my favorite channel growing up, it wasn't until the logo changed that people knew Nickelodeon did too. The problems with Modern Nickelodeon are the obsession with shows like SpongeBob, which has suffered seasonal rot at the time. They even have teen sitcoms with laugh tracks every 5 seconds. Yeah, at least shows like Game Shakers and Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, and Dawn got this right, but the treatment of these shows is like how they treat SpongeBob sometimes. What did the Nicktoons do that made Cyma Zarghami accept more Sitcoms? Speaking of Nicktoons, their modern ones are horrible. We got one show where they make butt jokes and have character designs that are rip-offs of Bob's Burgers, interesting, right? There's also a show where there are poorly drawn ducks that deliver bread and twerk. And let's not forget, NICK STUDIO 10, which would get annoying when you are about to get to the best part of your favorite SpongeBob episode, and then they interrupt it with a weird ...more
Nowadays, besides SpongeBob and The Loud House (which SpongeBob is a classic, and while I find The Loud House overrated, there are people that like it), the channel lacks substance.
Reruns of back when SpongeBob was good, Harvey Beaks, and The Loud House are the only things keeping Nick alive today.
Way to go, Nick. You canceled all of your best shows and replaced them with tackier ones.
I HATE Boomerang now with a burning passion. They got rid of the retro and vintage stuff and replaced it with the worst CN shows and shows that look like rejects. Seriously, the ZhuZhus?! They died out in like 2010 or 11. Why can't Betty Cohen or Jim Samples return as President? Or even both? (I called them "stupid hacks" earlier and when I said DreamWorks Dragons was the only good show, I forgot Mr. Bean. I give this channel a grade F-! See me after class!)
Why! You stupid hacks! Why did you rebrand? No more classics. The logo was a blue boomerang b. It made sense. But this? The only good modern shows on (excluding spinoffs like Scooby Doo: Mystery Inc.) were DreamWorks Dragons! It is now CN 2. No one wanted this. I hope Miss Miller gets what she deserves. Sincerely, an Aspie nerd.
It's pretty much Cartoon Network 2.0. No more Hanna-Barbera, no more shows from the early 2000s, it's pretty much another channel to air reruns of the crap that's airing now.
Why in the world would they take off Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends and replace it with Johnny Test of all things!?
Ever since season 1 of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta ended, the new shows that are airing right now are not so good.
This could be the new BET channel.
All of their Holiday Banking Competition shows all suck now, and Eddie Jackson has to be the worst judge in the history of Food Network, not to mention doing Bobby Flay dirty.
They barely play anything good anymore.
Fox is good, but not as good as it used to be.
I am not happy when they changed it to ABC Family and pulled off all the cartoons.
I would say the current shows from 2013 to now because the shows have become total cash cows.
I loved Moose and Zee.
What, come on man.
Now it's just become a cartoon nursing/funeral home.
For me, Universal Kids/Sprout has gone downhill the most when it comes to the kids' networks. What was once the cable network for PBS Kids has now been reduced to a network that airs the same six programs every day (three of them being Netflix originals, and one is Cocomelon, which you can watch for free on YouTube). Literally the only show on the network that isn't on either YouTube or Netflix is Remy & Boo. No wonder Universal Kids is the lowest-rated kids' network of all time. If that vulture of a network Qubo was still around, then Universal Kids would've been dead by now.