Warner Freeform's launch is on June 1, 1991.1: In other words, they've tasked both Marvel and Harvey with this accomplishment? That's perfect!
2: Bridging the gap between old and new. Very nice.
3: What was Warner Freeform's launch day like?
Yeah pretty much.So the only difference ITTL is that this opening shows the Warner Bros. water tower, and says "from Warner Bros. Studios."
This makes an incredible amount of sense. However, would this lead to Ted Turner selling the WB library that he owns back to Warner Bros.?The first programs to air on Warner Freeform were all three of the classic Hunting Trilogy shorts directed by Chuck Jones.
Airing later that evening were The Incredible Mr. Limpet and edited cable prints of Risky Business and Beetlejuice.
I'd rather go the name spyglass entertaiment, Focus Features, Searchlight Pictues, destination flims, lantern entmetn, Iconic Films, Grand Union Media (G.U.M) Zentih Studios Top Quilty Picturs or Power EntertamentI feel like Kodak can have The Cannon Group or Samuel Goldwyn Pictures. That, or they could use the name Relativity Pictures, Artisan Entertainment, or Revolution Studios to start their own studio. They could always buy the Piggyback Railyard from the SP so they can have a backlot.
TBS carries the following...So, can I have a schedule for TBS?
He could, but I'm not sure if I want SBC, HA! or Warner Freeform to carry it.Could Todd Rundgren host a talk show? It could be a blend of comedy, music, and guests a la Donahue and Jerry Springer.
I would watch that network too especially as a kid.I feel like Sky Channel America is going to be rebranded in 3.........2.....1.
I'd presume Warner Freeform is running the entire Merv Griffin Enterprises back-catalog, essentially turning it into an early GSN.
Warner Freeform is probably also running the post-1950 Warner Bros. cartoon catalog.
(Game shows and Looney Tunes, why does that sound like the kind of network that I would spend many a sick day, summer day, or weekend watching.)