Cookie Jar TV

Cookie Jar TV is a three-hour children's programming block on CBS. It launched on September 16, 2006 as KOL Secret Slumber Party, re-branded as KEWLopolis on September 15, 2007 and again as Cookie Jar TV on September 19, 2009. The block replaced Nick Jr. on CBS/Nick on CBS, which was produced by Viacom's Nickelodeon before CBS and Viacom became two separate companies, and CBS's former children's blocks, CBS Kids, CBS Kidz and CBS Kidshow. The block is owned and programmed by Cookie Jar Entertainment (the successor to block creator DIC Entertainment). As KEWLopolis, the block was a tie-in with a monthly teen magazine, KEWL, which was established in part by DiC in May 2007.

All programming in the block is in compliance with federal "E/I" requirements as mandated by the Federal Communications Commission. Though the block is intended to air on Saturday mornings, like its predecessors, some CBS affiliates choose to tape-delay 30 minutes to an hour of the block to air at a different weekend timeslot (usually on Sunday mornings).

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