Template talk:Cartoon Network original programming
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- Becuase Disney Channel and Nickelodeon have their Wikipedia's template from most years, and it would be unfair for Cartoon Network doesn't have it. --Luigi1090 (talk) 10:09, 3 July 2016 (UTC)
Ghostbusters: Ecto Force
Warner Bros. Animation
The Mr. Men Show, Pink Panther and Pals, and Annoying Orange
Well, sometimes, just because they have "executive producers for Cartoon Network" doesn't mean they're original programming. And if you don't think all three are co-productions, then only one is, and that's the Mr. Men Show. That show was produced with Cartoon Network, but it was co-produced with Five Network. --SpaceGoofsGeekerBoy (talk) 20:14, 3 July 2016 (UTC)
The Mr. Men Show
The Mr. Men Show does not deserve to be on the template for Cartoon Network's original programming, because even though it was produced by Cartoon Network, it was co-produced with a network in the UK: Five.
Hi Luigi1090, I saw your recent changes here. Though I know MOS:DATERANGE was changed in the last year in favor of 4 digit year ranges (YYYY–YYYY), WikiProject Television seems to consider the YYYY–YY format still applicable at least for areas where space is of a premium. I'd say that the navbox would qualify. Thoughts?
As a general note as someone who has the template watchlisted, there's waaaaay too much information being communicated in the navbox even with the shorter date ranges, and the dates could be cut entirely in favor of year subgroups in each of the decades, like:
- 1990s debuts
- 1993 - The Moxy Show
- 1994 - Space Ghost Coast to Coast
- 1995 - What a Cartoon!
- 1990s debuts
And so forth. I don't know why it's so crucial to list all the date ranges. The navbox is pretty much a solid wall of text and I don't see what actual good it's doing for anyone who seriously wants to navigate anywhere. How do you even find anything? Regards, Cyphoidbomb (talk) 22:15, 3 February 2017 (UTC)