Cartoon Network isn't dead — but its future is uncertain, says Warner Bros.

On Wednesday, Warner Bros. TV Group laid off 82 staffers across scripted, unscripted, and animation divisions, a Warner Bros. representative affirmed to Polygon.

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The organization will leave 43 of the currently unfilled positions empty. While the three brand names Warner Bros.

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Animation (WBA), Cartoon Network Studios (CNS), and Hanna-Barbera Studios Europe will stay distinct, WBA and CNS development and production teams will be brought under one division.

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As per Deadline, Warner Bros. has additionally stepped back on its initial decision to shutter the Warner Bros.

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 Television Studio, which was intended to foster new talent and give a pipeline that numerous in the animation industry have cited as significant in assisting underestimated creators with breaking into a profoundly competitive field.

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The studio will be moved to Discovery's Diversity, Equity, and Consideration unit.

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These progressions at Cartoon Network Studios come at a time when a portion of its cartoons have become more earnest to track down and watch.

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After taking over in April, Chief David Zaslav, who recently ran Discovery, vowed to cut $3 billion from the organization, and he's taken a forceful way to deal with getting there.

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Zaslav has followed through with the promise, and for the most part in the space of type entertainment.

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In August, Discovery laid off 14% of HBO Max staff and dropped the Batgirl film.

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 Later that month, adored cartoons were yanked from HBO Max, sucker-punching the cartoons' creators.

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