MGM/UA Hollywood and AnimationEdit
TNT & Cartoon Network (first era)Edit
1994-1995 (United States), 1993-1999 (International), 1994-1997 (Latin America)Edit
It was started in United Kingdom on September 17, 1993. In January 1, 1994, MGM/UA HAA was sold to Turner and it was absorbed to TNT & CN.
1995-2000 (United States), 1999-2000 (International), 1997-2003 (Latin America)Edit
In July 1999, TNT was split into two separate channels, TCM for classic movies and TNT for general entertainment. In November 30, 2000, TNT will be changed as TCM (Turner Classic Movies).
Turner Classic Movies & Cartoon NetworkEdit
2000-2005 (United States/International), 2004-2007 (Latin America), 2014-2017Edit
In December 1, 2000, it was changed to TCM. In 2004, It was used when this channel transferring froma dual chanel to a cartoon and movie channel.
2005-2010 (United States/International), 2007-2010 (Latin America)Edit
In 2005, some international versions were added their partner TV networks in black square and became an main logo. On that year, Viacom (including Nickelodeon and MTV) and CBS (including Showtime) acquires both 50% stake of this channel.
It was changed since June 1, 2010. The logo featured a "eyes on screen" in the logo, and was similar in resemblance to the 1988-1997 logo used by The Movie Channel, 1981-1990 logo used by Showtime and 1987-1990 logo used by FR3; sometimes the eyes in the logo would blink in some network promos.
2014-2015, 2014-2017 (selected countries)Edit
On January 1, 2014, TCM and CN revives the 2000 logo with the TCM US 2013 and CN 2012 checkerboard logo.
TNT and Cartoon Network (second era)Edit
It was used in Romania, Philippines, Japan, South Korea, Spain, Yinyangia and Canada only.
2015-2017 (selected coutries)Edit
Another new corporate look come in May 1, 2017, and it was once again implemented in this channel when TNT and TCM brand was merged to T&C.
- For other related logos and images see: TNT & Cartoon Network/Other