Kids' WB! was the name of a Saturday morning childrens' block that premiered on The WB Network on September 9, 1995, and what would become the only Saturday morning network block to outlive the network it was created for. Initially starting off with a three-hour Saturday morning block and a one-hour block on weekday afternoons, it soon expanded to four hours on Saturday mornings in 1996, and then in 1997, the weekday schedule expanded as well, running two hours in the afternoons and an extra hour in the mornings. It was on Kids' WB! that many of Warner Bros. Animation's newer series made their debuts.
As with all Saturday morning blocks, the schedule would undergo a lot of changes over the years, adding in more new shows and eventually dropping older ones to make room. But as cable channels such as Cartoon Network became more and more commonplace, however, Kids' WB! eventually dropped its weekday afternoon portion in 2005 and became a Saturday-only block. When The WB ended and became The CW, Kids' WB! managed to survive the change for another season and a half. Much to the dismay of many fans, Kids' WB! ended its 11½-year in May of 2008, after which The CW gave its slot to 4Kids Entertainment. That's not to say, though, that the name Kids' WB! was gone for good; the block's website was immediately revamped into a new video-based website; unfortunately, though, it's been mostly littered with Hanna-Barbera crap, most of which never had anything to do with the original Kids' WB!
Shows featured on Kids' WB!
With particular emphasis given to those used in YouTube Poops