In its tenth year, Cartoon Network Arabic aims to focus on serving tailored content that resonates with the target audience across all its platforms.
Cartoon Network Arabic is celebrating its tenth birthday with a stream of local content and classic shows including Dexter, Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends & Courage the Cowardly Dog, along with a competition for kids.
On October 10, viewers will be able to watch ten back-to-back episodes of Ben 10, Tom & Jerry and the CN Tubers on Cartoon Network Arabic.
Cartoon Network is also launching a new rap song performed by hip hop star and Arab’s Got Talent presenter Qusai along with Saudi rapping sensation Ammar. The song features many of Cartoon Network’s popular characters interacting with Qusai and Amaar.
In its tenth year, Cartoon Network Arabic aims to focus on serving tailored content that resonates with the target audience across all its platforms, including the upcoming Cartoon Network MENA official TikTok page on October 10.
Part of Cartoon Network Arabic’s continuous efforts to offer relevant and localised Arabic content include Laith The King which features characters with different dialects from the region such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan.
In addition to culturally relevant themes, Cartoon Network Arabic also produced its first digital series Cartooners on Cartoon Network MENA’s YouTube page. The 30-episode digital series, which is presented in the Arabic language, is aimed at kids between the ages of six and 12.
CN Arabic viewers can also watch Original shows from Cartoon Network including Ben 10, The Amazing World of Gumball, Apple & Onion and Teen Titans GO! in the Arabic language.
Commenting on the tenth birthday, Darine El Khatib, Senior Director, Creative Strategy & Brand Development – MENA and Turkey at WarnerMedia said: “A tenth birthday is a special milestone indeed. For the CN Arabic team, it marks 10 years of delivering trusted, entertaining content and television programming that the whole family can watch. We have forged a strong connection with our audiences with localized programming that resonates with the culture and values of the region. As we enter a new decade, we renew our commitment to keeping regional audiences entertained and engaged with content that speaks their language.”