Watch Queue Queue The following is the complete list of lineups that were broadcast on This was the launch date to move to Saturday nights from the previous weekday schedule. This is a list of television programs currently or formerly broadcast by Cartoon Network in the United States. This schedule existed from July 31 - September 18, 2004 Fortunately, Yu-Gi-Oh was replaced by fan-favorite Teen Titans and later the Toonami premiere of the "uncut" episodes of Dragon Ball Z. This schedule existed from March 29 - May 17, 2008. Though the episodes of The Batman did get better as the episodes evolved, One Piece was just the 4Kids reruns carried over in duplicate, much to the dismay of the Toonami faithful who wanted the series to be less "kiddy." Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. However, just as Dragon Ball GT started to wind down to its last episodes, they began advertising for the "lost episodes" of DBGT (the episodes that FUNimation purposely skipped because they wanted the US version to be better received than the Japanese version) to premiere on the date that the final episode was scheduled to air.
Because it's one of the best Toonami series since Outlaw Star, one of my personal favorites. The Xtacles: 2008 : Spin-off special of Frisky Dingo. November brought a period of uncertainty and insanity on the network's part. Aside from the much anticipated debut of IGPX with Academy Award-nominated actor Haley Joel Osment in a lead role, the month also brought the Cartoon Network debut of a TV-14-rated, very edited version of Tim Burton's 1989 masterpiece Batman, the first live-action film to air on Toonami. When Clydes get bored.
This schedule consisted of: The following is the complete list of lineups that were broadcast on Cartoon Network's weekday afternoon Toonami block from March 17, 1997 to April 16, 2004.
All other characters, series, and elements (C) and TM their established companies. As 2005 draws to a close with an all-day Narutoonami event, 2006 is looking like a good year for Toonami, though one cannot say the same for Cartoon Network, which is struggling to find a new identity while abandoning the fanbase that stayed by its side for almost 15 years. This schedule existed from March 17, 1997 - January 9, 1998. This schedule existed from October 23 - November 20, 2004 They also cancelled the network's highest-rated show, Teen Titans.
Toonami 2005: Show of the Year Justice League Unlimited Why is the Justice League Unlimited the Toonami 2005 Show of the Year? The following month, reruns of One Piece and The Batman began. Naruto, the first TV-PG rated Toonami series since the uncut episodes of Gundam Wing, made its debut to high ratings and a growing fanbase while Bobobo-Bo Bo-Bobo, a show that is totally insane, was so strange, it actually made its Cartoon Network debut on Cartoon Network Fridays. The summer also brought to the block the short-lived but well-produced Transformers Cybertron and a show that many Toonami fans never wanted to see on the block, Yu-Gi-Oh.
This schedule existed from September 30 - October 7, 2006 This schedule existed from April 29 - May 13, 2006
Well, needless to say, a particular Toonami fansite spoke up about the decision in a well-worded argument. This video is unavailable. It has all the elements of what all Toonami shows should be. The block's producers noticed the posting and Cartoon Network rescheduled the premiere of the "lost episodes" for a week later. However, by the end of the year, Cartoon Network didn't know what to do with itself as the future of the network as we know it is up in the air in 2006.
The thing that made makes Naruto work is the dynamic between its characters and its unique and diverse combat structure. To make matters worse, Cartoon Network has not scheduled the remaining Justice League Unlimited on the lineup. Only two episodes were produced, they both premiered together on November 9, 2008.
Inbetween the premieres, Toonami quietly premiered four episodes of Justice League Unlimited that introduced a new element that would be echoed in Teen Titans when it made its fall debut a week later. The summer brought what some fans consider the best cycle of Teen Titans and Justice League Unlimited episodes as well as a sneak preview of the new shows coming to the block, including the first look at Naruto and IGPX. Toonami 2005 began just as Toonami ended previous year. At this point Toonami was shortened to 2 hours. Toonami 2005 began just as Toonami ended previous year. This schedule only existed on April 17, 2004
This schedule existed from August 9 - September 20, 2008. September brought a pair of polar opposites. This schedule existed from November 24, 2007 - March 15, 2008