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What’s up, Doc? Can’t find Cartoon Network on your Spectrum Cable TV? Well, that sure is a difficult situation to be in. Don’t want the children to miss their favorites cartoons now do we? They tend to get a little fussy. Well, since you’re here you can put your worries to rest. The little tykes will be able to binge on their favorite shows in no time with our help, leaving you to enjoy some downtime.

Cartoon Network is a household name. There’s no adult around who hasn’t watched the classic, evergreen Tom and Jerry or laughed to the shenanigans in Looney Tunes. Since it was first launched by Warner Bros. Entertainment in 1992, the channel has brought joy to all who watch it. Up until 2018 that meant more than 89 million pay-tv homes in the country. That’s quite a number! But, it makes sense why. Good entertainment is hard to find, especially for young, impressionable minds.

With a global pandemic in the mix, parents need all the help they can get. With children studying from home, parents must remain on high alert at all times. Once school work is done, however, you know you can lean on Cartoon Network to get you a few hours of relaxation.

About Cartoon Network

The channel primarily airs animated shows and movies geared towards kids. Exploring genres of action, suspense and of course comedy, the content is targeted towards kids aged between 6 and 11. The overnight daypart block, however, Adult Swim, is designed for young adults and is treated as a separate entity.

The channel is a good source of education and entertainment for children. Learning new vocabulary and moral lessons through their favorite characters are sure to stick in their mind. What’s more, content creation endeavors to thoroughly research topics to ensure children benefit.

Which Plans Offer Cartoon Network on Spectrum?

When subscribing to a new cable TV plan, people often make a point to enquire if Cartoon Network is included in the lineup. A plan without the network, no matter how perfect, is an option many let go of. Spectrum TV is extremely interested in what its users want and for this reason, ensures Cartoon Network is offered in each of its three tiers: Spectrum Select, Spectrum Silver, and Spectrum Gold. This way no matter what your budget may be, your children will have access to their beloved Cartoon Network.

Channel

Spectrum TV Select

Spectrum TV Silver

Spectrum TV Gold

Cartoon Network

Y

Y

Y

What Channel is Cartoon Network on Spectrum?

Getting a new cable TV connection installed is a pain in itself, but the hardship doesn’t end there. Soon after, you’re plagued with the task of figuring out what number your favorite channels are on. This can take a while. Browsing the channels is not the best way to go. Blink once and you miss it all. After all, you’re only human. But, worry not, finding Cartoon Network doesn’t have to be this hard. You’ve come here for help and help is what you’ll get. Since the channel number changes from one place to the other, we’ve studied the Spectrum channel lineup to compile a list of cities and towns under Spectrum’s coverage, and you’ll find the channel number for Cartoon Network in there. If however, you do not see your home town listed, you can click here and find the channel number by inputting your ZIP code.

State/City

Cartoon Network

A

 

Albertville, AL

58/724

Austin, TX

43/921

Athens, GA

65/851

Avon, IN

53/863

Alexandria, KY

33/290

Auburn, ME

38/921

Allendale, MI

63/725

Albany, MN

43/733

B

 

Belleville, IL

45/724

Baton Rouge, LA

56/724

Bakersfield, CA

64/615

Baker City, OR

59/730

Bristol, VA

56/724

C

 

Crisfield, MD

31/759

Charlotte, NC

53/921

Cincinnati, OH

27/868

Cleveland, OH

66/868

Concord, VT

50/771

Cheyenne, WY

40/540

Clarksburg, WV

37/290

Carson-City, NV

41/723

D

 

Dallas, TX

62/921

Dayton, OH

45/868

G

 

Grand-Junction, CO

31/531

Greenville, SC

58/759

Great-Falls, MT

39/539

H

 

Hayden, ID

75

Harvard, MA

51/756

J

 

Jacksonville, NC

58/759

K

 

Knoxville, TN

56/724

Kansas City, KS

58/921

L

 

Lincoln, NH

44/921

Lincoln, NE

33/921

Los Angeles, CA

57/921

Los Angeles, CA

68/768

N

 

New York City, NY

61/921

O

 

Orlando, FL

36/970

P

 

Picayune, MS

56/724

R

 

Ridgefield-Park, NJ

49/921

Reno, NV

41/723

Reno, NV

58/759

Rochester, NY

58/921

S

 

Saint-Louis, MO

45/724

San Antonio, TX

45/921

Sheboygan, WI

52/693

Staten-Island, NY

61/921

T

 

Tampa, FL

58/970

W

 

Wapato, WA

36/730

Waterford, PA

60/868

Winsted, CT

57/756

Y

 

Yuma, AZ

27/921

Popular Shows on Cartoon Network on Spectrum

Cartoon network keeps on producing new content for kids to watch and learn from. This way it manages to remain relatable and keeps sparking their creativity too. Plus, some shows aired on Cartoon Network are simply ageless, for example, Tom & Jerry and the likes. Here are some animated shows that have been popular among kids and adolescents in more recent times.

Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart

A relatively new show on the block that premiered in July 2019, it features Sheriff Mao Mao. The daring cat takes on the evil that threatens the citizens of Pure Heart Valley. Accompanied by sidekick Badgerclops and friend Adorabat, Mao Mao takes children on an adventure!

Apple and Onion

Just as animals can talk in cartoons, so should fruits and vegetables enjoy freedom. In Apple and Onion, you get to see this unlikely pair new to the big city trying to fit into the new environment. As they go about making sense of the world around them, they teach kids and help them grow.

Ninjago

Ninjas have inspired many works of art and cartoons are not to be left behind. Sensei Wu finds and recruits 4 ninjas and trains them so that they may find the four weapons of Spinjitzu.

We Bare Bears

The loving embrace of a teddy bear is comforting to kids, so it’s not surprising for the network to invest in animated bears. In this cartoon show, we follow the adventures of three brother bears as they awkwardly try to find a sense of belonging in a civilized human society. They make friends with humans, find food, and seek new ways to become famous on the internet—and struggle all the while due to their animal nature. The show has recently ended with the release of We Bare Bears: The Movie, which served as the series finale. However, chances are that you will be able to tune into the show on-demand with Spectrum Cable TV service and cater to the TV pangs of your little ones.               

Rick and Morty

This show has been on the air for around 7 years and we can see why children love it. The bond between a grandfather and grandchildren is a special one. As parents fuss over their kids, keeping them safe it’s the older generation that spoils them rotten and takes them on adventures. In this series we see Ricky move in with his daughter Beth. Her husband Jerry though is concerned, given Rick is a rather crazy scientist who conducts experiments in the lab in the garage. Alarming in itself, what really worries Jerry is that Rick takes the kids Morty and Summer on adventures across the universe. Well, you won’t find your adolescents complaining about sure and this will definitely boost their creativity so we say, let them watch! This animated sitcom however runs on the network’s late-night programming block, Adult Swim.

Before we conclude, here are more flavors from the current and upcoming programming. You can count on these shows on Cartoon Network on Spectrum TV to keep the young ones well-occupied the right way.  

Original Programming

Acquired Programming/Co-Productions

Upcoming Programming
(Original, Acquired & Co-Productions)

✓ Ben 10 (Animated Super-Hero Comedy)

✓ Apple & Onion (Animated Comedy)

✓ Craig of the Creek (Animated Adventure Comedy)

✓ Victor and Valentino (Animated Adventure Comedy)

✓ Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart (Animated Action Adventure Comedy)

✓ Teen Titans Go! (Animated Action Comedy)

✓ DC Super Hero Girls (Animated Action Adventure Comedy)

✓ Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? (Animated Comedy)

✓ ThunderCats Roar (Animated Action Adventure)

✓Ninjago (Animated Action Adventure)

✓ Power Players (Animated Action Adventure Comedy)

✓ Total DramaRama (Animated Comedy)

✓ Bakugan: Battle Planet (Anime TV Series)

✓ We Baby Bears

✓ Elliot from Earth

✓ Unicorn: Warriors Eternal

✓ Batwheels

✓ Tiny Toons Looniversity

✓ Unlimited Squirrels

✓ The Heroic Quest of the Valiant Prince Ivandoe

✓ Lucas the Spider

 

The End Note

So, that’s it. You now know exactly where to find the much loved Cartoon Network on Spectrum. As you’ll come to see, with Spectrum TV there is help available everywhere you look. Thanks to its huge community, there’s no question that hasn’t been asked and no answer you won’t find online. If you still need some extra help though, feel free to call Spectrum Customer Service at 1-855-423-0918. You can connect with their trained staff ready to guide you regarding whatever it is you want to know.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Spectrum TV offer Cartoon Network?

Yes, Spectrum offers the coveted Cartoon Network in all three cable TV plans: Spectrum Select, Spectrum Silver, and Spectrum Gold. So no matter which one you subscribe to, you’ll have access to the channel.

How many channels are included in Spectrum Streaming?

Spectrum streaming service gives you a choice of 3 plans. TV Essentials, TV Stream, and TV Choice. Although you get plenty of channels to watch with Essentials and Stream, and you can pick and choose which ones you want with Choice, Cartoon Network is not included in the streaming channel lineup.

Is on-demand Cartoon Network free on Spectrum?

Yes. Spectrum On Demand library is available to all Spectrum TV subscribers at no additional charge. However, you can only watch on-demand content from channels that you are subscribed to in your primary Spectrum Channel Lineup. So, yes you can binge on your favorite childhood cartoons, perfect for families!