After glancing at the TV-guide type pamphlet that comes with the newspaper:
There are still cartoons and kid shows on Saturday morning TV, including broadcast channels, but the selection is pretty slim. e.g., the NBC affiliate has “LazyTown*,” “Poppy Cat,” and “Tree Fu Tom.” These are actually from the Sprout channel.
The only reason there’s any kid programming at all is the requirement to run a minimum amount of educational / socially positive shows. So, a few “TODAY WE’RE GOING TO LEARN ABOUT SHARING!” type cartoons, plus a few half-hours of shows about animals.
*LazyTown is a trip. A made-in-Iceland show hard selling the need to exercise, share, and eat real food. There are three human characters; the rest of the cast are rubbery-faced puppets from the Uncanny Valley. The good guy is a mellow super-athlete with a pencil moustache who flies around in a blimp, dropping in when someone needs to learn it isn’t OK to play video games all day.