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DiC on PBS Cookie Jar on PBS

DiC on PBS logo

Premiered September 16, 2000
Channel PBS
Format Children's Programming Block
Runtime 9 hours

DiC on PBS is a Saturday morning children's programming block on PBS that began on September 16, 2000. This Saturday morning block presented programming from DiC,Filmfair, CINAR & Cookie Jar which at the time shared common ownership with PBS under Cookie Jar & It's Sister Companys.

On September 14, 2002, Team Toon on PBS was re-branded as DiC on PBS, and airing both Cookie Jar and DiC shows. The block's continuity was provided by segments featuring DiC CEO Andy Heyward.



All programming during the block, as is standard for Saturday morning network programming, was labeled as meeting E/I requirements.

[edit] ProgrammingEdit

FilmFair (UK)Edit

*The Herbs (1968)

[edit] DICEdit

[edit] CINAREdit

[edit] Cookie JarEdit

[edit] SpecialsEdit

[edit] DICEdit

[edit] Cookie JarEdit

(also includes productions by CINAR and Filmfair Television)

[edit] Live-action seriesEdit

[edit] DiCEdit

[edit] Cookie JarEdit

(also includes productions from CINAR, the company's former incarnation)

[edit] FilmsEdit

[edit] DICEdit

[edit] Cookie JarEdit

(also includes productions from CINAR, the company's former incarnation)

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