North America Network is a television channel in North America. It currently has EI, 13+ Cartoons, and shows for all age groups.

History Edit

In 1969, NAN was launched to directly compete with all three major networks. Nothing happened until 1983 when Ultra TV in North America Network was launched. In 1987, NAN was purchased by Turner. When the USA and RKO launched WWF Monday Night Raw, TNT responded with WCW Monday Nitro. Then next month NAN later air it. Sadly in 1995, NAN and Ultra TV had split up. And so in 1997, Ultra TV had launched and Block had replaced with The Incredible World of DIC. In 1999, North America Network got its own new logo to make way for the new millennium. When Time Warner purchased Turner, some property of it was purchased. WCW sold to WWE and NAN sounded its company. In 2002, one year after the invasion, NAN finally aired Monday Night Raw. In 2007, NAN got rebranded look and removing "NAN". 2008 was the first year of "Litton Zombie Apocalypse". DIC was purchased by Cookie Jar. So North America Network was first sadly, then ABC, and later CW, CBS, and NBC (except for FOX). 2009 Was NAN having the right to air Greeny Phatom. YSR later aired it too with a promo saying "Which channel is watching them?". In 2017, RKO to purchase North America Network but sadly, RKO CEO was injured by Ultra TV former CEOs. So North America Network sent a card.

Current shows Edit

  • WWE Monday Night RAW
  • Greeny Phatom
  • Litton block
  • Cracked TV
  • MAD (2013-2015) (Reruns)
  • Late night with Powerhouse of entertainment (Reruns)
  • NAN News (2007-present) (Reboot)
  • SMG4
  • MTBA

Former shows Edit

  • NAN News (1970-1999)
  • Ultra TV Block (1986-1997)
  • DIC (1997-2008)
  • WCW Monday Nitro
  • MTBA

Trivia Edit

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