Believe it or not, at least 10 hours of Cartoon Network has a decent amount of variety.
The weekday lineup had some changes, Aqua Teen and Moral Orel came back for reruns, replacing Rick and Morty and Mr. Pickles. An encore of the newest Rick and Morty airs Fridays at 10.
Neon Joe: Werewolf Hunter airs at 4am during the DVR Theater block.
Toonami’s had a rocky Summer, especially since Samurai Jack ended. They thought 11pm reruns was a good idea. It was not. So they removed those and moved it to 8:30pm and 3:30am and shortened Toonami 30 minutes. Ratings continued to suck. People blamed Venture Bros. at 10pm. So Adult Swim got rid of that and bumped Toonami back up to 11pm after only three weeks, giving Attack on Titan a rerun slot at 3:00am.
Has that improved ratings anyway? Nope.
There’s something wrong with Saturday right now, and no one can figure it out. IMO remove the early Dragon Ball Super premiere, make it a repeat, and then just air FOX shows from 8:30-11.
Here’s the Adult Swim schedule, starting this Monday.
A new weekday schedule gets rid of The Boondocks and Childrens Hospital and adds Robot Chicken, Mr. Pickles, and Decker: Unclassified (just in time for the new Decker season). Williams Stream, a show showcasing highlights from several of Adult Swim’s online live-stream originals, no longer airs every weekday. It’ll instead start airing twice on Fridays.
Saturday gets a minor change, The Cleveland Show replaces Bob’s Burgers at 8:30 and 3:30. Why? I don’t know. Samurai Jack keeps 11:00 despite being over. Forever.
Sunday changes a bit, too. The Brak Show, Space Ghost Coast to Coast, and The Venture Bros. are all gone from 8:00 and from the schedule in general. Replacing it is Samurai Jack. Starts with season 5, but my guess is if it lasts more than five weeks it’ll go back to CN-era episodes. That’d be nice. New season of Decker, now called Decker: Unsealed, replaces Mr. Pickles.
I’m not doing the new episode/top 3 stuff like I do for CN posts. Just look at what’s bold.