In the main branch, they were having this stupid idea of adding (awful) Live Action shows in a channel who has the CARTOON word on its name (lets be honest. Live Action shows are NOT CN's, or rather, Turner's strongest point). I was getting worried for that, and sadly, CNLA suffered the same fate, adding Live Action shows on its channel, but I feel it was worse here than in the States. The schedule is a chaos, they're showing stuff that shouldn't even show, nor over exploit *looks at Ben 10* It has reached the point, for the first time in late 2011, I stopped watching CN because I couldn't take the horrible changes it suffered anymore.
I can understand people of my age or even younger are no longer their "target audience", but looks easy for them to forget that people was who gave them ratings and the reputation they managed to tear (I'm looking at you, Stuart Snyder, Pablo Zuccarino and Koch). Worse is, and a few of you might know, CNLA allied themselves with Televisa to release a blatant ripoff of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide. I'm a bit of sour with TV right now.
Anyways, besides this rant, I also have a theory, that I hope it becomes a reality. Since 2012, Toonami was back at USA, and while Live Actions still exist (according to some friends who live in the states), they're no longer advertised and are barely shown. Mostly as an act to try to recover the audience. I have the feeling Latin America's branch is around 3 years delayed from what its changing in the main branch. Would it this be true? I hope so. Because the anime boom in Latin America has come back kind of strong lately, by showing OVAS and all that.
All I ask to CN isn't even they return anime (though admittedly, I'd appreciate that either), but at least return some of the shows that made them glorious and the "best place for cartoons".
Sorry if this rant was kind of long, but needed to let that go off from my chest.