The wait is over.
On Saturday, a full-length channel for the network quietly premiered on YouTube with clips from faves including “Rugrats,” “Rocko’s Modern Life,” “CatDog” and “Ren & Stimpy,” among others. A bare-bones website also launched, which links to recently-launched social media channels on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
News of The Splat also broke during Brooklyn’s 90s Fest, which featured throwback performances from ’90s superstars like Smash Mouth and “slimings” of kings and queens of the decade like Pauly Shore and Salt N Pepa.
— The Splat (@thesplat) September 13, 2015
Thus far, no word has been released on when The Splat will make a splash, but in the meantime, relive the nostalgia and follow The Splat online for more updates.
Are you pumped? Which cartoons do you want to see on The Splat?