There was a time in the 70's when Viacom handled distribution of Hanna-Barbera programming. In the mid-70's, they packaged four, sometimes five, H-B shows in a checkerboard programming block. Occasionally, one of the shows would be subbed out for an outsider. In other words, this was a daily anthology that had a different show airing each day. In New York, it was known as Fun World, airing on WPIX. No station in my home market took a chance, so we were thankful for cable.
The five shows were:
The Amazing Chan & The Chan Clan:
The Funky Phantom:
The Perils of Penelope Pitstop:
And, finally, Dastardly & Muttley in Their Flying Machines:
When the block ran in the afternoon, I recall The Jackson 5ive being in the block, subbing for one of the above:
WPIX moved it between afternoons & mornings, but my memory is hazy on the exact schedule and order of programs. It didn't last long, though, maybe a year or two at the most before the station acquired other programming (i.e. Tom & Jerry).