As Dreamers Do Part Deux

I like idea of the florid semoile tribe own hard rock entertiment buying out amc instead of the chiness dalian Wanda. Buying out c will give the smieloie tribe a share of open road films paving the way for the semoile to build a reapatable mini major ent,ent conglomerate
 
What are the current logos for each studio?

Warner Bros.
Flagship WB brand

Carolco
NOTE: ITTL, the TimeWarner byline would match the font of the Carolco wordmark below from 1997 until 2000. As of 2004, the TimeWarner byline would be in the same fonts as seen in the current flagship Warner Bros logo.
 
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TBS+Paramount
Paramount Pictures

IOTL, only Mean Girls in 2004 had the Jerry Goldsmith fanfare. Apologies for the OTL Viacom byline.

United Artists

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
In 1984, Turner released a movie under the MGM label called 2010: The Year We Make Contact.
In the real 2010 ITTL, Paramount handed out free posters at the San Diego Comic Con to promote MGM's upcoming anime dubs. If you're looking for those posters on Ebay for inflated prices, they simply read 2010: The Year We Dub Anime.
 
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Additionally, this will be the first time MGM has used a CGI Leo.

ITTL, Paramount reached out to Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) to bring Leo into the digital age.

1957-85
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1985-2008
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2008-2010
ITTL, this update of the filmstrips and lettering had been in the works before Turner Broadcasting merged with Paramount Communications to form TBS+Paramount.
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The previous lions who played Leo before 1957 are the same as OTL.

Jackie was the lion most of us remember from the beginning of The Wizard of Oz and many of MGM's classic black and white films of the Golden Age of Hollywood.

Tanner was the most prominent in many Technicolor films for the studio from 1934 until 1956. Tanner was also the most prominent in many of MGM's theatrical cartoons from 1937 well into the mid Sixties.

Thirdly, Tanner's roar continued to be used in mix-and-match form when Leo took over in 1957.
 
In 2008, the TBS+Paramount merger delayed the Limited Run reissue of Strange Brew for the film's 25th anniversary by about five months.

When the reissue finally reached store shelves, this is how it starts:

 
2010-11 Saturday Morning Schedules
2010-11 Saturday Morning Schedule

Special thanks to @Otakuninja2006

All times Eastern and Pacific

New shows are in BOLD.

NICK ON ABC
Preview show hosted by Emily Osment and Mitch Musso

7:00: Chowder
7:30: The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack
8:00: Wacky Races (2010 reboot)
8:30: Hero: 108
9:00: Adventure Time
9:30: Underfist: The Series
10:00: Ben 10: Ultimate Alien
10:30: Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated
11:00: The Secret Saturdays
11:30: Battle Spirits
12:00: Tomica Hero Rescue Force
12:30: Shake It Up!

OAXIS ON CBS
7:00: Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures
7:30: Pearlie
8:00: My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
8:30: Milky Way and the Galaxy Girls
9:00: The Modifyers
9:30: Gidget (Live action)
10:00: Open Season: When Nature Calls
10:30: Banjo-Kazooie!
11:00: GI Joe: Renegades
11:30: Batman: The Brave and the Bold
12:00: Beyblade Metal Fusion
12:30: Big Time Rush

Note: Young Justice, Transformers: Prime and Pound Puppies air on Oaxis

NBC: NOTHING BUT COOL
7:00: Curious George
7:30: Peppa Pig
8:00: Big Nate
8:30: Ruby Gillman: Teenage Kraken
9:00: Victorious
9:30: The Penguins of Madagascar
10:00: Tales from the Neighborhood
10:30: Crash and Spyro's N.Sanely Enchanted Adventures
11:00: Flash Gordon
11:30: Blue Beetle
12:00: Bakugan: Battle Brawlers
12:30: Popeye


UPN KIDS
7:00: Arthur
7:30: Shaun the Sheep
(BBC)
7:45: Dennis and Gnasher (BBC)
8:00: Doraemon: Gadget Cat from the Future (Anime; English dub by MGM)
8:15: Shin Chan (Anime; English dub by MGM)
8:30: Spongebob Squarepants
9:00: The Loud House
9:30: The Fairly OddParents
10:00: Fanboy and Chum Chum
10:30: TUFF Puppy

11:00: Danny Phantom
11:30: Generator Rex
12:00: Hot Wheels: Battle Force 5
12:30: Ultraman Max


ODYSSEY ON SBC
7:00: Yo Gabba Gabba
7:30: Marhta Speaks
8:00: Winx Club
8:30: Pretty Cure
9:00: Jimmy Two Shoes
9:30: Kid Vs. Kat
10:00: Eyeshield 21 (Anime; English dub by New Line Cinema)
10:30: Power Rangers Samurai (Live action)

11:00: Aaron Stone (Live action)
11:30: Zeke and Luther (Live action)

12:00: Pair of Kings (Live action)
12:30: How To Be Indie


AWESOME ION
7:30: WordGirl (Warner Bros)
8:00 Tiny Toon Adventures (Warner Bros; Reruns of the 90's series)
8:30 Taz-Mania (Warner Bros; Reruns of the 90's series)
9:00 Animaniacs (Warner Bros; Reruns of the 90's series)
9:30: The Garfield Show (Luxor)
10:00: The Looney Tunes Show (Warner Bros)
10:30: GoBoy! (Not sure if this was by WB, Carolco or Luxor ITTL)
11:00: Dragon Ball Z Kai (Warner Bros)
11:30: SD Gundam Brave Warriors (Not sure if this was by WB, Carolco or Luxor ITTL)


FOX SATURDAY MORNINGS
7:00: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
7:30: Jake and the Neverland Pirates
8:00: Casper's Scare School
8:30: Phineas and Ferb
9:00: Fish Hooks
9:30: Kick Buttowiski: Suburban Daredevil
10:00: The Spectacular Spider-Man
10:30: Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
11:00: Wolverine and the X-Men
11:30: Iron Man: Armored Adventures
12:00: The Super Hero Squad Show
12:30: Sgt. Frog
 
It looks quite good! My only question is, since ION's Awesome block has reruns of WB's 90's cartoons, is Freakazoid still a thing ITTL?
Yes.

ITTL, Freakazoid! was developed for Warner Bros. Animation by Emily Chang, another OC for this TL. Bruce Timm and Paul Dini worked briefly for Warners on Tiny Toon Adventures in the first season before they joined Screen Gems to create Batman: The Animated Series.
 
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The Jim Henson Company
Current theatrical logos
Touchstone Pictures (Primary)

Dimension Films (Secondary)

Nickelodeon Movies (Used in tandem with the Touchstone logo for most family films except for those based on the Muppets or Hanna-Barbera franchises)

Jim Henson Pictures (Used in tandem with the Touchstone logo for Muppet related projects since 1997)

Hanna-Barbera (Used in tandem with the Touchstone logo on projects based on older HB franchises. Apologies for the OTL byline.)
 
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I know right?

Anyways....

Before I forget, here's Warners current Family Entertainment logo.

One exception is that there would be a kettledrum or cymbals for a smoother segue from As Time Goes By to Merrily We Roll Along.


For Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies shorts that will debut on the Bozo revival, this would be the music...
 

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Kicked
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I know right?​
Here's my idea: Like IOTL with Disney, the Touchstone name is used on more "mature" films, while the Henson label is used on all family fare, not just Muppets. The version of the logo with the "crane drop gag" is used on Muppet projects, and the Nickelodeon and Hanna-Barbera logos are paired with the Henson logo in their respective cases.
 
Here's my idea: Like IOTL with Disney, the Touchstone name is used on more "mature" films, while the Henson label is used on all family fare, not just Muppets. The version of the logo with the "crane drop gag" is used on Muppet projects, and the Nickelodeon and Hanna-Barbera logos are paired with the Henson logo in their respective cases.
That is the plan starting with the Yogi Bear movie. With Seth Rogen as the voice of Yogi, that film is slated for theatres on Christmas Eve 2010.​
 
Here's my idea: Like IOTL with Disney, the Touchstone name is used on more "mature" films, while the Henson label is used on all family fare, not just Muppets. The version of the logo with the "crane drop gag" is used on Muppet projects, and the Nickelodeon and Hanna-Barbera logos are paired with the Henson logo in their respective cases.
It'd be funny if the Henson logo for Nickelodeon and H-B films had their own take on the crane gag (maybe the Henson logo gets slimed in the former).
 
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