The Hub Network (originally named The Hub until September 2013) was an American digital cable and satellite television channel that ran from October 10, 2010 to October 12, 2014. The channel, which replaced Discovery Kids, was a joint venture of Discovery Communications, Inc. and Hasbro. It targeted a dual audience, young children in the daytime with children's programs, and families at night with sitcoms, dramas and feature films. While much of its programming consisted of acquired reruns of children's programming and sitcoms, it was also known for its original programs such as Transformers: Prime, Dan Vs., and most notably, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.
Tiny Toon Adventures joined the Hub's line-up starting from July 1, 2013. Special dialogue was provided by Joe Alaskey, reprising the voice of Plucky Duck, for promos announcing the show's inclusion. This was Alaskey's final performance as the character.
In September 2014, it was announced that Hasbro would end its partnership with Discovery Communications, and as a result, the Hub Network was replaced by Discovery Family on October 13th. Despite the change, Tiny Toon Adventures still remained on the network until June 27, 2015.