Adult Swim sucks, there's no denying it and Toonami is nothing compared to what it used to be. But the hugest problem with Adult (a-duh) Swim is the fact that it just doesn't belong on Cartoon Network.
Now, I've come up with 3 solutions for this Toxic Pool problem (so listen up, Christina Miller!):
1 - Take it off Cartoon Network and have it timeshare with TBS instead. TBS is a much Much better fit for Adult Swim's programming.
2 - Give Adult Swim it's own stand-alone Network. After all, Adult Swim Is classified as a Network now. Network Timesharing is a stupid concept anyway.
And 3 - Get rid of it Completely. Yeah, this one's highly unlikely at this point, but a guy can dream can't he? XD
Anyway, these are the 3 most logical solutions to handle Adult Swim. But, you ask, if Turner does all this, what the hell replaces it on Cartoon Network? Thankfully, I have a solution for this as well: A 4-5 Hour DC Nation block.
Now this block would air all the DC Animated shows: Past and Present. The newer shows will be TV-PG and under, making them a perfect fit for Cartoon Network.
This block would air the following shows: Superman: the Animated Series, Batman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond, Static Shock, Teen Titans (the original), Justice League, Justice League Unlimited, The Batman, Legion of Super Heroes, Batman: Brave and the Bold, Young Justice, Green Lantern , Beware The Batman, and Justice League Action (I think that's what the new justice league show is called).
I'll be implementing these ideas in my upcoming Cartoon Network line-up, so stay tuned for that.
Well, I've given my Two-Cents on this matter.
See Ya,Space Cowboy!