NFL Network’s cartoon network is getting the switch to a cartoon network.
The network’s network switch, which will kick off next month, will be an all-cartoon switch.
“We are proud to bring to the network cartoon network character characters and we will continue to do so, the network has decided,” NFL Network said in a statement.
The switch will start with a limited number of cartoons, but the network will soon expand to a full slate of cartoons and shows.
NFL Network has been known to launch shows in the past with a network switch in the hopes of turning out the best content on the network.
But with a cartoon switch, it’s more likely that NFL will focus more on its existing shows.
“With the cartoon network we are confident that we will have a full season of cartoons for the network to enjoy and the ability to introduce new shows to the cartoon community,” NFL said in the statement.
NFL’s network shift will not affect NFL’s games, according to a statement from NFL.com.
NFL is the first NFL Network network to launch a full cartoon network, with a number of networks and networks switching to the new network.
NFL Networks shows will be available for subscribers on the NFL Network App.
In addition to the NFL networks, NFL Network is bringing its new sports-themed shows, including “NFL GameDay Morning,” “NFL Live,” and “NFL Fantasy Football.”
“We will continue our partnership with the NFL,” NFL President and CEO Joe Lockhart said in his statement.
“This new partnership is about creating more value for our viewers and fans and it also will ensure that NFL Network remains a top tier NFL network.”
The network is the latest in a series of networks that have moved away from the network’s old format and moved into the cartoons.
The NFL Network was a latecomer to the animated world, when it debuted in 2012, but its animated shows were a success.
Its network debut with “Crazy High,” the original cartoon series starring Bill Murray and Tim Curry, won four Emmys.
“I remember that it was such a big deal for the NFL to come to that network, and that’s why it is so special,” Murray told Variety in 2014.
“It’s so funny.
There’s a lot of funny moments in there.”