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I think it's useful to have the airdates of The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo episodes on Cartoon Network on the episode pages, in addition to the HBO Max airdates. I think it would be very helpful for people who don't wanna pay money for HBO Max to let them know there's another way to watch the show. What do you guys think? -- Anthony (talk) 02:27, 25 February 2022 (UTC)
- In general, we don't use episode boxes for later airings over a different channel or venue. We made exceptions for HBO and PBS because of the specific scheduling (and also to counter the whole "Sesame Street is only on HBO" rumors), but I'm not sure this is as helpful (they're not even using the same order). Cartoon Network and Cartoonito already mention Not-Too-Late (and it was part of the "Cartoonito" grouping on HBO Max already) and so does the show page, so three articles already acknowledge that there's a non-HBO Max outlet (which still requires a specific channel or streaming subscription). I feel like if specific Cartoon Network/Cartoonito block air dates for previous episodes need to be included at all, it should go as a note rather than cluttering up the box. Particularly with the Jonas Brothers episode, which already mentioned the YouTube preview (and that's still online, for anyone to watch), it looked messy. -- Andrew 02:47, 25 February 2022 (UTC)
- Yeah, I'm not sure we need it either. Sure, they technically premiering on normal television for the first time in the US, but I dunno. It's syndication basically; we don't track the first date an existing Sesame ep. first aired on Noggin or HBO, just that they did air there. Additionally, your reasoning doesn't seem useful; what good is having a date on the page to tell people it's on a certain channel when it already aired on said channel? - Shane (talk) 03:08, 25 February 2022 (UTC)