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Why did they stop showing Winnie the Pooh cartoons?

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Because it probably got too old and not many kids obsess over it like they used to. Now they're too busy playing on their phones... For 5 year olds -_-

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idk
maybe cause it was boring

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they still show the mini adventures of Winnie the Pooh on Disney Junior in between other shows

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Because it sucks and it's babyish. no offense to you if you want to watch it

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Because people quit watching them. TV is on to make money selling ad space. If people don't watchmen, then they don't see the ads, which means it's not effective marketing. So the ads get yanked. Then a better, more popular show need to replace it.

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A talking bear is probably considered politically incorrect. lol :-P

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There's a show called "dog with a blog" on Disney channel and it's about a talking dog that yes, has a blog.
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And there's Mickey mouse he's a mouse that can talk.
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Boots and other animals on Dora talk on the show. And sometimes even plats and bugs.
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The wonder pets are all animals and the talk and sing.
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Blues clues has talking toys like pale and shovel and salt and pepper.
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Yo gabba gabba is about talking monster looking things and a robot.
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Lol the list goes on.. I don't think that was the reason.
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Sorry, I was just kinda joking cause so much is politically incorrect that shouldn't be and so much isn't when it should be. I don't have anything against whinney the pooh.
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