By John O’Sullivan, Associated PressBy John O. SullivanAssociated PressCartoon Network, which launched in 2003, has been growing at a remarkable rate over the last few years, with its most popular series including “Adventure Time,” “The Simpsons,” “South Park,” “Family Guy,” “AdventureTime” and “Adventure Force” all making the transition from the cartoon network to the streaming service.
Its latest hit, “Cartoon News,” which debuted in May, was picked up by the BBC World Service, and it recently started a series called “The Adventures of Cartoons: New Zealand.”
It also announced a new animated series for the Apple TV called “Catch Me If You Can,” which was also picked up.
Its content has been on display for the past year or so at major events, including the Super Bowl, the Oscars and the G7 summit in Japan.
Now, the network is bringing its most recent hit to the Apple Watch, starting with its flagship cartoon series, “Adventuretime,” which has been available on the network since 2010.
The new cartoon series includes the first five seasons of “AdventureQuest,” which is a “real-time adventure game” that can be played by children and adults.
It’s also available to stream on Apple TV.
The series also includes episodes from the “Adventure” games that launched in 2007 and 2011.
The series, which is about a boy and his friends, has also included stories from the popular video game “Super Mario Brothers.”
“Adventure Time” has also been a huge hit on YouTube, with more than 13 million subscribers and a subscriber count of nearly 12 million.
It was the most-watched video series on YouTube in March, surpassing “Battlestar Galactica,” which also was watched by more than 10 million subscribers.
The show has also generated some big money for Cartoon Network.
The network earned $1.4 billion in revenue last year from its games and original programs.
Cartoon Networks CEO Jeff Shell said on a conference call that the network will continue to grow, adding that it has a long way to go to become a “major” network, but he’s confident in the new app.
Cartoons have long been popular on Apple’s App Store.
They’re also a lucrative source of revenue for Apple.
The company recently earned $2.6 billion from mobile apps.