BME Cartoons TV broadcasts the favourite cartoon shows and helps children catch up with the earliest shows which are very rarely aired these days. These include Betty Poop, Popeye the Sailor Man, Superman and Merrie Melodies.
Children are often addicted to the television or the ‘idiot box’ owing to their love for cartoons. Earlier, cartoons were broadcast in certain channels at select times during the day. The increasing popularity of the various animated shows resulted in the birth of channels which were dedicated to only cartoon shows, much to the pleasure of youngsters and children. Today there exist channels which air the favourite cartoon shows of all times. Many kids love to watch BME cartoons TV. BME Cartoons TV is an internet and cable based channel which broadcasts the shows which had originated in the earliest days. A few of these shows are:
Popeye: This middle- aged sailor man with his bulging tattooed muscles and signature speech delivery is a common favourite among all age groups. He uses spinach as his source of strength and has as his arch rival Bluto. Most of the stories revolve around Popeye defeating Bluto with his inhuman strength and gaining the admiration of Olive Oyl. Other characters notwithstanding, these are the three main characters featured.
Betty Poop: This character, created by Max Fleischer, is one of the best known comic figures. Depicting a girl who thinks more with her heart than her head, Betty Poop is featured in the many adventures she has with her boyfriend Bimbo.
Merrie Melodies: A series of cartoons which were animated is showcased under the name of Merrie Melodies. Porky Pig and Daffy Duck appears in these series while Bugs Bunny appears under the series Loony Tunes which is also a part of this show. Small short stories of comic appeal continue entertaining the kids who watch BME cartoons TV.
Superman: This, of course, is a common favourite and features the Superhero who saves others from trouble. Though it borders on the serious, this animated series has amassed increasing popularity.