Here's another thing about comedy shows on Cartoon Network in general. It's how ridiculously common that genre is on CN now. At least most of CN's shows are comedy-centric and take up most, if not all, of the network's schedules. It's like with Nickelodeon doing constant re-runs of Spongebob Squarepants all day, everyday. As far as I know, many, if not most, viewers are really getting sick and tired of seeing all these comedy shows on CN. I certainly am and it even reached the point for me where I wouldn't even want to watch shows like Steven Universe because I'm so tired and fed up of all the comedy shows on CN; especially with Teen Titans Go! taking up most of the schedule. I at least believe that's what's going on with TTG.
If CN wants to make some comedy shows, that's completely fine but don't overdo it. Don't put in too many comedy shows and have them dominate the schedule because viewers will certainly get sick and tired of watching them and go off to find other networks to watch shows on. CN needs to get themselves out of this"comedy trend" because, at least I believe, that is one of the major factors that are driving off and pushing away viewers. Again, at least a few comedy shows on the network are fine but trying to create a trend with the comedy genre is going to cause problems. I believe that trends tend to just die out pretty quickly because people will get tired of being a part of the same thing over and over and will go off to try and do something that is different yet refreshing to them. I could be wrong here but that's what I believe to be true. Overall, there needs to be an equal balance of various types of shows with an equally structured schedule. To keep mixing things up and putting in more variety with what the network has to offer in order to help maintain viewer satisfaction and keeping them around longer. Make some comedy shows but mix them in with some action shows and drama shows and maybe some horror shows (maybe) and all that stuff and make sure that one genre doesn't dominate the other genres in the network's schedule. CN just needs to mix things up because that is what their viewers want them to do.