in 2017, Nintendo to launch joint-venture channel with Sad Face Studios, which called EnzoTV Nintendo, it will air Nintendo-related shows and original shows (that is Nintendo-related)
EnzoTV Nintendo name was never used due to Enzo, owner of Sad Face Studios found out that WarioWare character, 9-Volt loves Nintendo, causing EnzoTV Nintendo to be unknownly rename to 9-Volt Television
9-Volt Television launched October 4, 2017, it was collaboration channel of Sad Face Studios and Nintendo
in 2019, after Sad Face Studios acquired by Quest, 9-Volt Television dropped non-childrens shows in favor of non-Nintendo childrens shows, Quest Media was planned to launch 18-Volt Television, which may air Nintendo-related non-children shows but ultimately cancelled due to new plans, moving shows that are originally going to air on 18-Volt Television to Centrum and CMN.
9-Volt Television ceased its operation on January 1, 2020 in favor of revived version of Yo.
The last show before the montage was "The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3" episode titled "Do The Koopa", after that the final commercial break plays.
The last show to be shown on 9-Volt Television was montage of popular Nintendo games named "2 Hours or 9-Volt's favorites", which changes game every 1 minute, the very last game to show in this montage was "Super Mario Bros.", which is World 8-4 footage but after 55 seconds, Mario touchs axe, the final image to show on 9-Volt Television was 9-Volt's screen in WarioWare Inc.: Mega MicroGame$ but the text is "Thank you for supporting my channel for nearly 3 years, we know we loved Nintendo games so much to shutdown my channel, The End!"
until January 1, 2020 at 6am, 9-Volt Television show a test card but entirely Mario meets Toad in "Super Mario Bros." from 1985 but the text is "Thank You Mario but this channel is turning into another channel!".