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Boomerang (Latin American TV Channel)

Owned by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America / Time Warner

"The new Boomerang." (El nuevo boomerang)

Cartoon Network
Turner Classic Movies
Language Spanish /Portuguese (Brazilian Feed only)
English (SAP only)
Headquarters Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Dish Network Mexico channel 308
DirecTV channel 298
SKY Mexico Channel 323
DirecTV Latin America Channel 334
Cablemás Juarez Chihuahua Mexico Channel 411 (Cablemás Digital)

Boomerang is a 24-hour cable television channel owned by Turner Broadcasting System, a unit of Time Warner broadcasting in all Latin America. Initially it was focused on classical series and shows, as the Latin American version of Boomerang from the United States. In 2006, it relaunched as the Latin American and Brazilian version of POGO from India, marketed mainly on children. In 2008 it relaunched again with its own original identity and programming, focused on teen-oriented programming with original and syndicated series and movies. It also aired music videos and concert specials, under the brand "Boombox". The channel currently focuses on family programming, and rebranded on September 28, 2014 with a new logo and new programming.


Boomerang logo from July 2, 2001 to April 3, 2006. It still used in the United States.
Boomerang logo from April 3, 2006 to September 30, 2010. On television, it was displayed in different colors. The logo was replaced by an "etched" variant in 2008.
Third variant of new Boomerang logo from October 1, 2010 to September 28, 2014. This logo was used during the period in which Boomerang had changed to a teenager target audience.

The channel was launched on July 2, 2001 with the same logo and programming from the United States version. It aired classic programming and different shows and series that had been dropped from Cartoon Network.

On April 3, 2006, the channel relaunched as a general children's network, becoming a version of Cartoon Network's sister network in India, POGO. Boomerang, with a new logo, started to air new series and shows, divided into different programming blocks which were the same that are aired on India's POGO. Those blocks included pre-scholar programming "MiniTV" ("TinyTV" in POGO), teen programming and classical programming. Each block had different colors that represented them.

On October 2008 the channel was relaunched again, but this time kept the same logo. The channel becomes a 24-hour teen-focused channel, with original and non-original productions and only focused on teenagers.

Since then, Boomerang has been airing successful original shows, as "BoomBox", which includes interviews and live concerts with different musicians from all Latin America, United States and more recently, United Kingdom.

On April 1, 2009 the channel launched a mobile service.[1]

Outside of Latin America, the Latin American feed is an associate member of the Caribbean Cable Cooperative.[2]

In mid-2010, the channel modified a little bit of the logo, transforming the squares around the word "Boom" in circles.[3]

Since the summer of 2011, it was the only Boomerang channel in the world to feature no cartoon programming whatsoever. However, The Powerpuff Girls was added as of February 2014, making it again inclusive to animated programming. In April, it moved its cartoon programming to daytime slots on the schedule. Based on these recent changes, Boomerang in Latin America was part of the worldwide Boomerang rebrand, influenced by programming of international Boomerang networks.[4]

Boomerang Latin America officially rebranded on September 28, 2014, with new and exclusive cartoons such as Oddbods, Masha and the Bear and The Jungle Bunch: To the Rescue making their debuts during that day, along with some contemporary programming imported from Cartoon Network such as The Garfield Show, Pink Panther and Pals and What's New, Scooby-Doo?, and a new programming block consisting of straight-to-DVD and theatrical films. Boomerang will re-shift its focus to kids and their families, resulting in which all the live-action "teencoms" (sans H2O: Just Add Water) will be removed from the schedule permanently. Boomerang Latin America was the first Boomerang network in the world to adopt the new look.

In October 18, 2014, a Boomerang block was added to Cartoon Network Latin America. It is named Club Boomerang (Boomerang Club) and shows Masha and the Bear, Imaginext Adventures, and LazyTown. Also, in November 3, 2014, Club Boomerang was expanded to be included Monday to Friday showing Masha and the Bear, The Jungle Bunch: To the Rescue, Oddbods, and The Tom and Jerry Show.

Programming blocks

From 2006 until 2008 Boomerang aired different blocks on different schedules for different audiences. The programming blocks included segments for young audiences, teenagers, and classical programming at night. The blocks were "color-coded" as the logo of the channel changed its color depending which programming block was being aired.

After October 2008 the channel decides to focus its programming only on teenagers, dropping the preschool and classic programming of the channel. Since February 2009 all the programming in all the schedules carry the same blue-green colored logo.


  • Regular programming. Programming is currently focused on Preschool Animated Series, Classical and Modern.

Current blocks

  • the programming is composed of animation and children's programs.[5]
  • At 12:00 PM, the programming has a block named Cine Boomerang (Boomerang Movie).


  • Boombox It was a musical segment that was aired since late 2007, includes music videos, music live shows, and music documentaries for various artists, such as Avril Lavigne, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Paramore, Thirty Seconds to Mars, and other. It was removed in April 2014.
  • MiniTV ("TinyTV"). It consisted of pre-scholar programming focused on children from 2 to 6 years old. It was aired every morning. The logo turned yellow during this block. It was dropped on October, 2008.
  • Luces, Cámara, Boomerang/Luz, Câmera, Boomerang ("Lights, Camera, Boomerang"). This programming block was the only one who already existed on the former Boomerang and wasn't dropped from the channel. It aired different movies, most of them focused on teenagers. The logo kept its original colors. The block was removed by April 2014.
  • Regular programming. It aired regular programming, most of it focused on children and family. It was aired mostly during the day. The logo turned red or sometimes translucent white. By 2008, up until the second quarter of 2014, the network's regular programming was focused on teenagers, with dramas from international territories.
  • Live Action. It aired teen-focused programming, with series, reality series and music video clips. It was aired in late afternoon and early night. The logo turned blue and green.
  • Película Boomerang/Filme Boomerang ("Boomerang Movie"). Movie sesions during the day only on weekdays. The logo turned totally blue.
  • Matinee del Domingo/Matinê de Domingo ("Sunday Matinee"). A movie during the morning of every Sunday. The logo turned red with orange.
  • Boomerang Clásico/Boomerang Clássico ("Classic Boomerang"). Classic programming aired every night and early morning until dawn. The logo turned totally green. It was dropped on October, 2008.
  • Boomeraction – One of the first blocks to air on Boomerang, its programming focused on action-adventure shows including Thundarr the Barbarian, SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron, The Pirates of Dark Water, Jonny Quest and Space Ghost. It was also one of the only Boomerang blocks to air across international feeds, including the United Kingdom, Latin America, and Australia versions of the network. The block was removed by April 2, 2006 due the first rebrand, as all programming from the block left the schedule.


Current programming

Programming on Boomerang Latin America, which is verified on its website.[5]
English Title Spanish Title Portuguese Title
Tom and Jerry Tom y Jerry Tom e Jerry
Looney Tunes Looney Tunes Looney Tunes
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? Scooby-Doo ¿Dónde Estás? Scooby-Doo, Cade Você?
Baby Looney Tunes Pequeños Looney Tunes Baby Looney Tunes
Krypto the Superdog Krypto el superperrro Krypto, o Super-Cão
Tom and Jerry Tales Las Aventuras de Tom y Jerry As Aventuras de Tom e Jerry
YooHoo and Friends YooHoo y sus amigos YooHoo, amigos da natureza
Lazy Town Lazy Town Lazy Town
Casper's Scare School La Escuela del Terror de Casper A escola de susto do Gasparzinho
Pink Panther and Pals La Pandilla de La Pantera Rosa A Turma da Pantera Cor-de-Rosa
Oggy and the Cockroaches Oggy y las cucarachas Oggy e as Baratas
What's New, Scooby-Doo? ¿Qué hay de nuevo, Scooby Doo? O Que Há de Novo, Scooby Doo?
The Garfield Show El Show de Garfield O Show do Garfield
Monica's Gang Mónica y su Pandilla Turma da Mônica
Masha and the Bear Masha y el Oso Masha e o Urso
The Jungle Bunch: To The Rescue La Pandilla de la Selva: Al Rescate Turma da Floresta
Oddbods Oddbods Oddbods
Polo Polo Polo
Trunk Train Trompa Tren Tromba Trem
Pirlimpimpim El Rancho del Pájaro Amarillo Sitio do Picapau Amarelo
El Chavo Chaves
El Chapulín Colorado Chapolin Colorado
H2O: Just Add Water H2O: Sirenas del Mar H2O: Meninas Sereias
Las Aventuras de Hello Kitty y sus Amigos The Adventures of Olá Kitty & Friends

Upcoming programming[6]

Former programming

See also

External links

  • Boomerang LA Website
  • Boomerang Brazil Website


  1. ^
  2. ^ Member channels of the Caribbean Cable Cooperative
  3. ^
  4. ^
  5. ^ a b "Boomerang Latin America Programming Grid". Turner Broadcasting. 
  6. ^
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