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[[Image:Kids' WB! Logo 1998-2008.png|thumb|right|Kids' WB! Logo used from 1998-2001 the logo also appeared on the first three ''Pokémon'' films]]
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'''Kids' WB!''' is a defunct childrens' programming block that aired the ''Pokémon'' anime starting with "[[The Problem with Paras]]" Before ''Pokémon'' moved to Kids' WB! it was in syndication on [[wikipedia: Fox Broadcasting Company|The FOX Network]].The cartoon block kept airing Pokémon until Pasta La Vista! the last episode dubbed into English by [[4Kids Entertainment]] the only Pokémon USA production aired on the block was ''The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon''. [[Image:Kids' WB!'s Last Television Logo.jpg|thumb|left|Kids' WB!'s Final Logo used from 2001-2008]] Originally Kids' WB had sold all the past episodes to [[Cartoon Network]] (their sister network).After The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon Kids' WB! announced that The WB would drop all anime programming due to [[Wikipedia: The WB|The WB]] and [[Wikipedia: UPN|UPN]] merging together to create [[Wikipedia: The CW Television Network|The CW]] this meant a new home for the childrens' block. On October 2, 2008 The CW announced that they would turn the block over to 4Kids Entertainment who would name it The CW4Kids. However the childrens' programming block was relaunched along with The WB into online networks.
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|name = Kids' WB
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|logo = Kids' WB! Logo 1998-2008.png
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|caption = Kids' WB! Logo used from 1998-2001 the logo also appeared on the first three ''Pokémon'' films
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|headquarters = USA
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|launched = September 9, 1995 - May 17, 2008
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|ownedby = The WB Television Network}}
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'''Kids' WB!''' is a defunct childrens' programming block that aired the ''Pokémon'' anime starting with "[[The Problem with Paras]]" Before ''Pokémon'' moved to Kids' WB! it was in syndication on [[wikipedia: Fox Broadcasting Company|The FOX Network]].The cartoon block kept airing Pokémon until Pasta La Vista! the last episode dubbed into English by [[4Kids Entertainment]] the only Pokémon USA production aired on the block was ''The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon''. [[Image:Kids' WB!'s Last Television Logo.jpg|thumb|left|Kids' WB!'s Final Logo used from 2001-2008]] Originally Kids' WB had sold all the past episodes to [[Cartoon Network]] (their sister network).After The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon Kids' WB! announced that The WB would drop all anime programming due to [[Wikipedia: The WB|The WB]] and [[Wikipedia: UPN|UPN]] merging together to create [[Wikipedia: The CW Television Network|The CW]] this meant a new home for the childrens' block. On October 2, 2008 The CW announced that they would turn the block over to 4Kids Entertainment who would name it The CW4Kids. However the childrens' programming block was relaunched along with The WB into online networks.
   
 
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Revision as of 19:37, September 7, 2013

Kids' WB
Kids' WB! Logo 1998-2008.png
Kids' WB! Logo used from 1998-2001 the logo also appeared on the first three Pokémon films
Headquarters USA
Launched September 9, 1995 - May 17, 2008
Owned By The WB Television Network
Kids' WB! is a defunct childrens' programming block that aired the Pokémon anime starting with "The Problem with Paras" Before Pokémon moved to Kids' WB! it was in syndication on The FOX Network.The cartoon block kept airing Pokémon until Pasta La Vista! the last episode dubbed into English by 4Kids Entertainment the only Pokémon USA production aired on the block was The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon.
Kids' WB!'s Last Television Logo
Kids' WB!'s Final Logo used from 2001-2008
Beakerfreak93Added by Beakerfreak93
Originally Kids' WB had sold all the past episodes to Cartoon Network (their sister network).After The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon Kids' WB! announced that The WB would drop all anime programming due to The WB and UPN merging together to create The CW this meant a new home for the childrens' block. On October 2, 2008 The CW announced that they would turn the block over to 4Kids Entertainment who would name it The CW4Kids. However the childrens' programming block was relaunched along with The WB into online networks.

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