Cartoon Network Denies Rumours Of Channel Shutting Down Amid Viral RIP Trend: There's No Truth...

After RIP Cartoon Network started trending on social media on Monday. The trend began when the Twitter account 'Animation Workers Ignited' shared an animation saying "Cartoon Network is essentially dead". Now Cartoon Network has denied the viral claim.
Cartoon Network Denies Rumours Of Channel Shutting Down Amid Viral RIP Trend: There's No Truth...

Cartoon Network Denies Rumours Of Channel Shutting Down Amid Viral RIP Trend: There's No Truth...

Earlier on Monday, rumours suggested that kids' favourite channel Cartoon Network is closing, and viewers were taken aback Many people, particularly X, shared their surprise and nostalgia for their childhood favourite channel on social media. The truth is, Cartoon Network is not going away. Following the viral success of a post from the account "Animation Workers Ignited" with a video titled "Cartoon Network is dead?!", the hashtag "#RIPCartoonNetwork" started to trend on X. Now, Cartoon Network has issued a statement denying the rumours.

Cartoon Network Issues Statement Amid Viral RIP Trend

In a statement issued by the popular cartoon channel, they slammed the reports and said, "Cartoon Network would like to clarify that there is no truth to the speculation that the network or the studio is shutting down. With a number of recently announced greenlights, we remain committed to continually investing in innovative content that entertains and inspires our viewers across the globe."

About RIP Cartoon Network

The hashtag “#RIPCartoonNetwork” began to trend on X after a post from the account "Animation Workers Ignited" featuring a video titled “Cartoon Network is dead?!” went viral.
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The purpose of the post was to draw attention to the difficulties animators encounter in the business, including job losses and unstable financial situations at other studios. According to the video, a number of animators have been without a job for more than a year due to exceptional job losses. Additionally, it said that although the animation industry prospered during the pandemic because of its remote work policies, studios have subsequently cancelled projects, outsourced work, and fired a significant number of artists.

What The Viral Video Is About

A voiceover in the video says, “When COVID first hit, animation was able to operate completely remotely, making it one of the only forms of entertainment that could continue production uninterrupted. However, studios decided to repay this resilience by cutting costs, outsourcing jobs, and laying off artists en masse."
After the RIP Cartoon Network trend went viral on social media, now fans can take a sigh of relief as their childhood favourite channel is going nowhere.
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