I want to know if you Brits got inundated with the Animaniacs, the newest generation of the Looney Tunes franchise out of Warner Brothers Pictures?
Incriminating evidence, the usual suspects:
Map cap hilarity anchored by three indeterminate animals (seeing it now, they look like they are supposed to be cats) Yakko, Wakko, and Dot, two bros and a sister who obviously worship at the alter of the Marx Brothers. They host a set of various bits, the "Goodfeathers" of city pigeons, "Pinky and the Brain" of lab mice plotting to take over the world each night, "One Slappy Family" of a retired actress squirrel and her nephew, and "Mindy and Buttons" of a hapless human rugrat and the long-suffering mutt who is her self-appointed protector.
I know you guys got Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Yosemite Sam, Taz the Tasmanian Devil, Wylie Coyote and the Roadrunner. The 'Animaniacs' are the part of the next generation from the same studio. (Well, actually, it looks like a Spielberg spin-off with the cooperation of Warner Brothers Studios. Considering the emcees were reputed escapees from imprisonment in the Warner Brothers water tower, I'd think that WB woudl be involved.)
I cannot make any definitive statements about what Brits are or were inundated with. Back in the day Little Miss JoeP used to watch Pinky and the Brain and I was of course a fan. I vaguely remember Animaniacs but it was much to irritating to watch. Those other titles ring no bells.
In the present day, I don't maintain a chain of custody for programmes I watch. Both as-broadcast and recorded-binge programmes might be from one of the many free or subscription "bouquets" or might have been downloaded legally or questionably by various people.