MeTV Toons Announces Its Daily Schedule Ahead of Its Launch This Month





Earlier this month MeTV announced MeTV Toons, a new 24/7 cartoon network full of classic cartoons, in partnership with Warner Bros. Discovery. MeTV Toons has now announced a full schedule for when it launches.

This news included some additional shows we didn’t know about like “Captain Planet and the Planeteers” and “The Smurfs.” The best part is unlike many classic TV shows that run long blocks of the same show over and over MeTV Toons will launch with a diverse lineup of programs.

During week day primetime it will offer classics like “The Flintstones,” “Bugs Bunny & Friends,” and “Cartoon All-Stars” with “Mr. Magoo” and “Tom and Jerry.”

During the day you will find programs like “The Flintstones,” “The Jetsons,” and “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!”

You can find the full list of everything that will be on MeTV Toons at launch HERE.

Here is everything we know about the new network.

What is the launch date?

MeTV Toons will launch on June 25.

What shows will MeTV Toons air?

The new network will include many popular classic shows like “Bugs Bunny & Friends,” “Scooby-Doo,” “Tom & Jerry,” “The Jetsons,” “Top Cat,” “Yogi Bear,” “Popeye,” “Johnny Quest,” and “The Flintstones.” Many of these shows had been on Boomerang until recently. You will also find some cartoons that aired after 2000 shows on MeTV Toons.

How will I be able to watch MeTV Toons?

MeTV Toons is coming to free over-the-air broadcast stations. A few TV stations have been confirmed and multiple other broadcasters are reportedly in talks to bring it to more stations at launch.

MeTV announced that MeTV Toons will be offered on streaming services, but they did not announce what services it would be coming to. Frndly TV did briefly have a statement that they would offer it only to delete it from their Facebook.

Can I watch MeTV Toons for free?

MeTV’s parent company, Weigel Broadcasting, has confirmed to Cord Cutters News that MeTV Toons will also offer a version of its content on ad-supported streaming services.

According to the press release sent to Cord Cutters News, this free version will be a “complimentary offering for ad-supported streaming services.” This likely means it won’t be the same version you will see with an antenna or on paid streaming services. We don’t know what streaming services will offer the new channel, but MeTV says some live TV streaming services will also offer the channel. They have not announced if services like Frndly TV, Philo, YouTube TV or others will offer the channel.

We will have to wait for more details to be announced as we get closer to the launch.

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