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List of programs broadcast by Boomerang (Latin American TV channel)

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The following is a list of programs currently or formerly broadcast on the Latin American cable channel Boomerang.

Current programming

As of October 4, 2021:

Interstitial programming

Former programming

Programming blocks

From 2006 to 2008, Boomerang aired different blocks on the schedule for different audiences. The programming blocks included segments for young audiences, teenagers, and classic programming at night. The blocks were "color-coded" as the logo of the channel changed its color depending on which programming block was currently airing.

After June 2008 (January in the Mexican and Brazilian localised feeds),[1] the channel decided to focus its programming on teenagers, dropping the preschool and classic programming of the channel. Since February 2009, the network only used the blue-green colored logo, as the other color-coded logos were eliminated.

Current

  • Regular programming. The schedule currently focuses on Preschool Animated Series, Classic, and Modern programming.

Current blocks

  • At 12:00 PM, the network airs a block called Cine Boomerang.
  • Boomerang Extra

Former

  • Boombox was a musical segment that aired since late 2007, which included music videos, live performances, and music documentaries for various artists, such as Avril Lavigne, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Paramore, Thirty Seconds to Mars, and others. It was removed in April 2014.
  • Mini TV ("TinyTV"). It consisted of preschool programming focused on children from 2 to 6 years old. It originally aired every morning. The logo turned yellow during this block. It was dropped in January 2008 in the Brazilian and Mexican localised feeds (June in the pan-regional feed),.[1]
  • Luces, Cámara, Boomerang/Luz, Câmera, Boomerang ("Lights, Camera, Boomerang"). This programming block was the only one to already exist on the former Boomerang and wasn't dropped from the channel. It aired different movies, most of them focused on teenagers. The logo kept its original colors. The block was removed by April 2014, and Cine Boomerang was broadcast instead as of October 2014.
  • Regular programming. Boomerang aired regular programming focused on children and family. It aired mostly during the day. The logo turned red or sometimes translucent white. By 2008, up until the second quarter of 2014, the network's regular programming was focused on teenagers, with dramas from international territories.
  • Live Action. Boomerang aired teen-focused programming, with series, reality series and music video clips. It was aired in late afternoon and early night. The logo turned blue and green.
  • Película Boomerang/Filme Boomerang ("Boomerang Movie"). Movie sessions during the day only on weekdays. The logo turned totally blue.
  • Matinee del Domingo/Matinê de Domingo ("Sunday Matinee"). A movie during the morning of every Sunday. The logo turned red with orange.
  • Boomerang Clásico/Boomerang Clássico ("Classic Boomerang"). Classic programming aired every night and early morning until dawn. The logo turned totally green. It was dropped in January 2008 in the Mexican and Brazilian localised feeds (June in the pan-regional feed).[1]
  • Boomeraction – One of the first blocks to air on Boomerang, its programming focused on action-adventure shows including Thundarr the Barbarian, SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron, The Pirates of Dark Water, Jonny Quest and Space Ghost. It was also one of the only Boomerang blocks to air across international feeds, including the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia versions of the network. The block was removed by April 3, 2006 due to the first rebrand, as all programming from the block left the schedule.
  • CineBoom

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "Boomerang extingue os clássicos de seu sinal latino só agora?". ANMTV (in Portuguese). May 30, 2008.

External links

This page was last edited on 20 October 2021, at 01:17
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