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Cartoon Network offers great summer treat to kids

16-April-2004
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Cartoon Network offers great summer treat to kids

Cartoon Network has its goodie bag ready and there are three brand new shows there to entertain children this summer. The three new shows that would give kids toonriffic rime this summer are ‘Archie’s Weird Mysteries’, ‘Jumanji’ and ‘Transformers Armada’.

Apart from these three new shows, the channel's summer line-up also includes brand-new episodes of ‘Mucha Lucha’ which is aired on Saturdays at 2:30 pm, ,I>‘Jackie Chan Adventures’ on weekends at 4 pm, Justice League on weekends at 4:30 pm and Codename: Kids Next Door on Sundays at 7 pm. These are among the popular shows on the channel.

On May 1, at 5 pm, kids can join the gang of popular comic book characters, Archie and his pals - Betty, Veronica, Reggie and the eccentric Jughead – as they do their best to unravel

‘Archie's Weird Mysteries’ would hit the channel on May 1 at 5 pm, while Action-packed animated series, ‘Jumanji’ begins from May 3 and will be aired on weekdays at 6 pm. The series is based on the popular Robin Williams film by the same name and promises to entertain adventure-loving children with survival escapades, wacky fantasy, and children-centric plot.

Transformers Armada would launch on May 12 at 5:30 pm. This show promises to take the children on a roller coaster ride of excitement.

Summers find a large number of kids pulled towards the television. The new shows and new episodes of a few successful shows are obviously aimed at the kids looking for wholesome entertainment on television. It would be interesting to watch how the new shows work for the channel as far as kid viewership goes.

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