Cartoon Network, commonly abbreviated as CN, is a television channel available in El Kadsre. It was launched on 1st September, 1996, and it is owned by by Turner Broadcasting System El Kadsre (a semi-autonomous unit of Time Warner). Cartoon Network in the El Kadsre is available in English, Japanese and Spanish languages. Currently, it airs original programming such as We Bare Bears, The Powerpuff Girls (2016), Steven Universe, Adventure Time, Regular Show and The Amazing World of Gumball, Warner Bros. Animation programming such as Teen Titans Go!, and non-original programming such as Supernoobs, Mighty Magiswords, Almost Naked Animals and Camp Lakebottom.
1996-2005The channel is infamously known for ordering second Spanish dubs of many series.
The Flinstones, which aired in the 1980's on El TV Kadsre 1, was redubbed by the studio "Canal 13 - Chile" with new voices for all the characters (except for Wilma, The Great Gazoo, and Barney) because Turner Broadcasting System El Kadsre could not afford to borrow the 16mm prints that the dubs were recorded on. (El TV Kadsre later then gave the restored dub prints to Turner in 2004)
The Jetsons, both the original series and the revival, both aired on RGN and TV 6 in the late 1970's and the 1980's, but the dub film prints of episodes 8, 23, and 41 were lost when the 16mm prints fell down a well in a freak bowling accident. Then TBSEK got all the dub voice actors and responsible people that did the original dub and had them redub those episodes with a new script.
In February 2004, Cartoon Network El Kadsre digital on-screen graphic logo from the top right hand corner of the screen.
2005-2011On June 2005 until October 2011, the bumpers were replaced with 3-D animations of a "City" that all the Cartoon Network toons lived in. Show-specific bumpers were replaced with 3-D animations of a well-known scene from the particular show. Between January 2006 and May 2007, Cartoon Network phased out all Hanna-Barbera animation and shows previously labelled Cartoon Cartoons.
In September 2005, nearly all of Cartoon Network El Kadsre's classic programming had been relocated to its sister network Boomerang to make way for new programming.