When you hear the word “cartoon,” you probably think of cartoons and animation.
But Netflix has an entirely new and unexpected project: It has a cartoon network.
The network, which debuted at the D23 Expo in Los Angeles earlier this year, will have cartoons from Disney and Pixar and Disney characters in addition to its own cartoons, according to BuzzFeed News.
It’s still in the very early stages, but Netflix has promised that it will be an “open-ended” network.
“It’s not just about the cartoons,” a Netflix spokesperson told BuzzFeed News in a statement.
“It’s about how we can make sure the best, funniest, and most innovative works get into your hands.”
A lot of what Netflix has to offer is original content, and it’s aiming to provide a lot of that content.
Netflix has also made an effort to keep its own content separate from the cartoons it is using.
For example, the network uses only the Disney and Disney Pixar cartoons that have been approved for Netflix, not the ones it’s licensed to license from other studios.
The announcement is a major victory for Disney and Netflix, who are fighting to gain greater control over what cartoons and cartoons will appear on their streaming services.
Netflix, on the other hand, has long maintained a monopoly on the animated movies, and now has a bigger share of the overall video viewing market.
The company also said it would continue to create original shows.
Disney and Lucasfilm have a similar goal in the making, but both have made efforts to make it harder for their studios to make films.
But even though Disney and the other studios are working together, they have limited control over the quality of the cartoons and the quality that they’re shown on the service.