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What shows used to be on Fox Kids?

What shows used to be on Fox Kids?


  • Alvin and the Chipmunks (1992–1993) (reruns of 1983–1990 show)
  • Batman: The Animated Series (1992–1995)
  • Defenders of Dynatron City (1992, special)
  • Dog City (1992–1994)
  • Eek!
  • George of the Jungle (1992) (reruns of 1967 show)
  • Ghostwriter (1992, pilot only)

When did Fox family become ABC Family?

Fox Family lasted from 1998-2001 when the Walt Disney Company bought Fox Family and renamed it ABC Family (which rebranded as Freeform in 2016). 13 years later, Fox Broadcasting Group once again restarted Fox Family. This time as a digital subchannel for all television stations.

What was freeform previously?

On October 6, 2015, Disney–ABC Television Group announced that ABC Family would be rebranded as Freeform. Ascheim explained that “Freeform” was intended to represent how “becomers” are in the “formation” of their lives and that the brand would reflect a participatory experience for viewers across multiple platforms.

Why was Jetix Cancelled?

In June 2008, Disney France announced that Disney Channel and Jetix would merge operations; at the time, Jetix was being affected by falling carriage rates and came close to leaving the CanalSat pay-TV platform in France after protracted negotiations.

Who replaced Fox Kids?

Fox Kids was replaced by the 4Kids Entertainment-produced FoxBox block on September 14, 2002.

Is there still a family channel?

The Family Channel (American TV network, founded 1990), later Fox Family and ABC Family, and now Freeform. The Family Channel (American TV network, founded 2008), formerly My Family TV.

Why was ABC Family changed to Freeform?

The cable network announced in October that it would relaunch in January 2016 as “Freeform” to better cater to its audience — or at least the audience it wants. That change goes into effect on January 12, with the premieres of Shadowhunters and the final season of Pretty Little Liars.

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