2012–13 United States network television schedule (Saturday morning)
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This was the United States broadcast television schedule on the four commercial television networks airing entertainment programming on Saturday mornings for the season beginning in the fall of 2012 and ending in the spring of 2013. All times are Eastern and Pacific.
NBC Kids premiered July 7, 2012, replacing the Qubo Block, The block was programmed by its sister cable network Sprout and marked the return of the network's in-house production of their saturday morning lineup since the ending of TNBC in 2002; however, Qubo continued to air as a block on ION Television and as a standalone channel on its stations.
The CW's Vortexx premiered August 25, 2012, replacing CW 4Kids Toonzai, Kidsco Media Ventures LLC, an affiliate of Saban Capital Group acquired the other assets from 4Kids Entertainment following its bankruptcy in April 2011.
New series in bold.
Fall 2012[edit | edit source]
Spring 2013[edit | edit source]
|7:00 AM||7:30 AM||8:00 AM||8:30 AM||9:00 AM||9:30 AM||10:00 AM||10:30 AM||11:00 AM||11:30 AM||12:00 PM||12:30 PM|
(Litton's Weekend Adventure)
|Good Morning America||Local programming||Jack Hanna's Wild Countdown||Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin||Born to Explore with Richard Wiese||Sea Rescue||Recipe Rehab||Food for Thought with Claire Thomas||Local programming|
(Cookie Jar TV)
|CBS This Morning Saturday||Liberty's Kids||The Doodlebops||Busytown Mysteries||Local programming|
|Rescue Heroes||The New Adventures of Nanoboy||Sonic X||Transformers: Prime||Justice League Unlimited||Dragon Ball Z Kai||WWE Saturday Morning Slam||Yu-Gi-Oh!||Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal||Local programming|
||Local programming||Local programming||Local programming||Weekend Marketplace||Local programming|
|Weekend Today||The Chica Show||Pajanimals||Justin Time||Tree Fu Tom||LazyTown||Noodle and Doodle||Local programming|
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