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Here’s the Cartoon Network and [adult swim] schedule for Monday 11 September to Sunday 17 September.

ADVENTURE TIME IS BACK WITH NEW EPISODES AND A NEW (and final) SEASON!! It’s so good to see the show on the schedule again since July!

Next week’s Ben 10: Alien of the Week will be Four Arms. It doesn’t say it on Zap2it, yet. But it did say it on TV Guide.

It looks like they’ll be airing Over the Garden Wall again (but only 8 of the 10 episodes will be shown, so it won’t be very consistent.) Why, you may ask? Because Autumn is coming right up, of course!

So, The Powerpuff Girls (2016) will have a 5-episode special called Power of Four. There will be a 5th 4th Powerpuff Girl. (definitely NOT Bunny) And she looks like a self-insert from some grown man’s creepy fanfiction! (see promo images and a screencap, taken from CN RSEE highlight reel, below)

UPDATE: Her name is “Bliss” and the special already aired in Africa months ago in the Summer.

It looks like they might be airing Classic Tom and Jerry at 10am weekdays after Tom and Jerry Tales. All swimming under the “Sea of Yellow.”

Infomercials are back, while 2 extra Aqua Teen Hunger Force episodes, Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, Stroker & Hoop, The Venture Brothers, and Tom Goes to the Mayor are next week’s 16th Anniversary [adult swim] shows.

[Error 404: Steven Universe reruns not found.]

Here’s what’s NEW NEW NEW NEW! on this week:

  • Ben 10: Alien of the Week: Four Arms - Friday at 5:00p
  • Teen Titans Go! - Friday at 6:00p
  • OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes - Friday at 6:30p
  • The Amazing World of Gumball - Friday at 7:00p
  • We Bare Bears - Friday at 7:30p
  • Transformers: Robots in Disguise - Saturday at 6:30a
  • Justice League Action - Saturday at 7:00a
  • The Powerpuff Girls: Power of Four Special - Sunday at 5:30p
  • Adventure Time - Sunday at 7:00p
  • Toonami - Every Saturday night from 11:30p-4:00a
  • Rick and Morty - Sunday at 11:30p
  • Tim & Eric’s Bedtime Stories - Sunday at 12:00a
  • Decker: Unsealed - Sunday at 12:30a

Top 3:

  • Teen Titans Go! - 152 - 49.4%
  • OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes - 45 - 14.6%
  • The Amazing World of Gumball - 41 - 13.3%

Here’s the Cartoon Network schedule for Monday, June 5 to Sunday, June 11.

Two absolute shockers here. First off, Adventure Time has reruns for the first time since July last year. (excluding April Fools Day) It’s a weekly slot airing in order from Season 1. That’ll be a lot of episodes to air. It even gets to be the movie filler for the movie preceding it.

Second, The Amazing World of Gumball has DETHRONED Teen Titans Go! from #1. This time without a (advertised) marathon. I don’t know if I can even count all that Gumball on Saturday or Sunday as a marathon because, well, that’s pretty identical to the schedule we had last week. Seriously, scroll down a bit on my blog. It’s the same.

Clarence is back, this time with a hour and a half long miniseries premiering this Monday. Before you ask, yes, despite CN cancelling Clarence, they ARE advertising this month-long bomb. And then there’s new episodes Tues-Thurs. Uncle Grandpa gets new episodes this month too, albeit unadvertised. I have a feeling this is going to be the final few episodes of the show before being done forever. Reruns of Uncle Grandpa are being added to Boomerang this week.

Looks like Steven Universe’s Friday reruns have a theme. This week’s theme: Season 3 episodes where Steven learns new powers. Floating, dream hijacking, body hijacking, spiky bubbles… stuff like that.

Here’s what’s new new new new this week:

  • Clarence: Stormy Sleepover - Hour and a half long event - Monday at 4p
  • Clarence - Tues-Thurs at 4p
  • Uncle Grandpa - Tues-Fri at 4:15p, Two new episodes on Tuesday
  • Teen Titans Go! - Friday at 6p
  • Ben 10 - Friday at 6:30p
  • Transformers: Robots in Disguise - Saturday at 6:30a
  • Justice League Action - Saturday at 7:30a
  • The Powerpuff Girls - Sunday at 5:30p

Top 3 shows:

  1. The Amazing World of Gumball (#1 for the first time since December) - 131 - 36%
  2. Teen Titans Go! (#2 for the first time since December) - 128 - 36%
  3. Ben 10 - 46 - 13%

The top 3 shows are roughly 79% of the schedule.

(something I forgot to put on the schedule pic: the “Summertime Go” block airs Friday from 6p-8p.)

Some Strongarms because I wanted to make some, too. I have no idea what she’s gonna be like, but damn, that design is awesome! What a lovely looking lady! I’m excited for RiD, I actually like the animation (looks like a music video or something) and I hope Strongarm is gonna be as awesome as she looks.

That helm is hard to draw, what the…

UPDATE: Cowboy Bebop returns to Toonami September 9 at 3:00a!

UPDATE 2: Updated the schedule and reblogged this post featuring recent changes to it.

Here’s the Cartoon Network and [adult swim] schedule for Monday 4 September to Sunday 10 September.

As you can see here, next week it looks like they’ll revert to their Summer schedule one more time. (unless future changes happen should @cnschedulearchive​ notify us)

UPDATE: Looks like they will be airing movies and Tom & Jerry Tales after all. Just on Tuesday-Thursday for that week, though. Also, classic Teen Titans Friday at 4! 

Teen Titans GO! will pretty much take over most of Labor Day (joining 3 movies and a new OK KO) and all of Friday 8 September. (fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck)

NEW NEW NEW NEW! continues with another new OK KO!, followed by the most-discussed episode of Gumball “The Best”, and a new We Bare Bears.

Encores of Friday night will repeat both Saturday and Sunday nights at 6p and 7p.

Bad news: STILL NO STEVEN UNIVERSE RERUNS! SAD!

Toonami’s lineup will return back to normal a week after this Saturday’s 8-episode Dragon Ball Z Kai marathon.

[adult swim] will be airing CLASSIC SHOWS weeknights at 1am.

Daytime Fighting League 2 continues with new episodes weeknights at 4am.

WUBBA-LUBBA-DUB-DUB! Rick and Morty returns with another new episode!

Here’s what’s NEW NEW NEW NEW! next week:

  • Teen Titans Go! - Monday at 6:00p
  • Ben 10 - Friday at 5:00p
  • OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes - HALF-HOUR EPISODE “T.K.O.” on Labor Day at 6:15p, and another new episode on Friday at 6:30p
  • The Amazing World of Gumball - Friday at 7:00p
  • We Bare Bears - Friday at 7:30p
  • Transformers: Robots in Disguise - Saturday at 6:30a
  • Justice League Action - Saturday at 7:00a
  • The Powerpuff Girls - Sunday at 5:30p
  • Daytime Fighting League 2: Risky Nights - Monday-Friday at 4:00a
  • Dragon Ball Super - Saturday at 8:30p and 11:00p
  • Toonami - Every Saturday night from 11:00p-4:00a
  • Cowboy Bebop - Saturday nights at 3:00a
  • Rick and Morty - Sunday at 11:30p
  • Tim & Eric’s Bedtime Stories - Sunday at 12:00a
  • Decker - Sunday at 12:30a

Top 3:

  1. Teen Titans Go! - 179 - 48.9%
  2. OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes - 83 - 22.7%
  3. The Amazing World of Gumball - 50 - 13.7%

Here’s the Cartoon Network schedule for Monday, August 7 to Sunday, August 13.

Well would you look at that.

Teen Titans reruns are back. For the first time (consistently) on Cartoon Network since 2010. (2 episodes aired in 2012 during CN’s 20th anniversary)

Did Trouble in Tokyo do well last Sunday? Is this their apology for last week? Who knows.

If you’re mad its airing only in the 6am hour keep this stuff in mind:

  1. It’s a 14 year old show that ended 11 years ago. The fact it’s even airing on the main network instead of Boomerang is impressive as is. Especially considering the CN schedule recently.
  2. School’s almost back for the kiddos, and kids usually wake up around 6am or so. At least, I did. They could turn the telly on when eating biscuits and jelly for breakfast and watch this show.
  3. https://twitter.com/nickandmore/status/893220255216041984 What this guy said. Be glad it’s even happening. Support it regardless. Or it’ll be gone and you guys will be complaining again.

Anyways, the schedule goes back to normal-ish. We Bare Bears is back for new episodes and OK K.O. has a month long premiere bomb.

Here’s what’s new new new new this week:

  • OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes - Mon-Thurs at 6:30p
  • We Bare Bears - Mon-Fri at 7:00p
  • Transformers: Robots in Disguise - 2 new episodes Saturday at 6:00a
  • Justice League Action - New (and even worse!) timeslot: Saturday at 7:00a

Top 3:

  1. Teen Titans Go! - 173 - 48%
  2. The Amazing World of Gumball - 86 - 24%
  3. OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes - 44 - 12%

Aligned Soundwave’s chronological design changes are weird af 

I mean he goes from Barawave during the very beginning of the Great War:

To a retro G1-like style in War for Cybertron to Fall of Cybertron (this design is also in Dark Spark but I honestly have no clue if that game is canon in the Aligned Continuity):


Lots of IDW readers should be familiar with this design since it was later reused in the 2012 ongoing series Robots in Disguise (later dropped to avoid confusion with the upcoming 2015 cartoon that had the same name)

Then finally we go to the present where Aligned Soundy has his much more debatably iconic look which also brings back his old head:

Of course don’t get me wrong at all, I do not hate ANY of these designs, in fact I love’em and personally think they are kinda cool in their own ways. But I just think it’s pretty funny that over time he goes from a beefcake, to blocky boombox/truck/lamppost, to silent Slenderman.

… and possibly back to beefcake if the RiD2015 Warriors Class toy look is going to be canon in the show (and IF he returns again):

This is the Cartoon Network and [adult swim] schedule for Monday 23 October to Sunday 29 October.

YEAH-YUHHH!!! REGULAR SHOW IS COMING BACK TO THE LINEUP!!! OOOOOOOHHH!!!

(But of course, it’s just the first 4 Terror Tales of the Park specials on Saturday, the first 2 on Sunday, and Terror Tales of the Park V and VI on Monday 30 October at 6:00a)

NO MATTER WHAT YOU’RE GONNA DO NEXT WEEKEND, PLEASE WATCH ALL THESE SPECIALS LIVE! It will greatly benefit Cartoon Network’s ratings. And hopefully, get the schedule BETTER compared to their schedule way back in the first week of August. (don’t even get me started on that.)

Cartoon Network will air a SNEAK PEEK of another new series, Unikitty!, on Friday after new Teen Titans GO! (coincidentally, it’s also a Halloween episode)

This is all part of next weekend’s lineup filled with Halloween specials (including the ones that will air next Friday October 27 and Sunday October 29) because obviously, it’s the freakin’ month of October!

I have to warn you, however: Those Halloween specials will be very, very repetitive. The same special might air 45 minutes later, for example! 

No, they won’t air those 2 Scary Godmother movies. I had high hopes for it (since they kept doing it around a decade ago or something since its debut), but it looks like they won’t be doing it for the following week after this one either.

Adventure Time: Stakes will air next Saturday at 6:00p and encore next Sunday at 6:00a.

More Clarence, Scooby-Doo! movies, and Ben 10 (2005) in the mornings. (which is still TRUMPING the reboot, by the way….until things change.)

Toonami is taking a little Halloween break by airing all 10 episodes of Samurai Jack Season 5.

Squidbillies and The Jellies both continue its new episode streak on Sunday starting at midnight.

Here’s what’s NEW NEW NEW BOO! this week:

  • Ben 10 Alien of the EEEK!: Wildvine - Including a new Halloween episode! Friday at 5:00p
  • Teen Titans Go! - New Halloween episode! Friday at 6:00p
  • Unikitty! - New show sneak peek/Halloween episode! Friday at 6:15p
  • OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes - 2 new Halloween episodes! Friday at 6:30p
  • We Bare Bears - New Halloween episode! Friday at 7:30p
  • Clarence - New Halloween episode! Friday at 7:45p
  • Transformers: Robots in Disguise - Saturday at 6:30a
  • Justice League Action - Saturday at 7:00a
  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs - 2 new Halloween specials from a show nobody fucking cares about! Sunday at 5:00p
  • The FAILING Powerpuff Girls reboot - new Halloween episode! Sunday at 5:30p.
  • Toonami - Every Saturday night from 11:00p-4:00a
  • Toonami: Countdown - a 4-part Total Immersion Event. Begins November 4 at 11:00p
  • Samurai Jack: Season 5 marathon - Saturday at 11:00p-4:00a
  • Squidbillies - Sundays at midnight
  • The Jellies - Sunday at 12:15a

Top 3:

Here’s the Cartoon Network schedule for Friday, August 18 to Thursday, August 24.

MUCH more Teen Titans, even popping up on the weekend schedule. If Summer hasn’t already ended for kids, kids can actually see the original Teen Titans at decent times, especially with the new weekday 3pm slot. That slot starts at episode 1.

There’s more reruns of Teen Titans Go!, OK K.O., Teen Titans, and We Bare Bears, with Gumball really being the only show to lose reruns. LEGO Nexo Knights returns to have its newest season burned off, weekdays at 7am.

Overall, the weekend schedule is a bit too yellow, but I still dig it.

Here’s what’s new new new new this week:

  • Transformers: Robots in Disguise - Saturday at 6:30a
  • Justice League Action - Saturday at 7:00a
  • The Powerpuff Girls - Sunday at 5:30p
  • LEGO Nexo Knights - Mon-Thurs at 7:00a
  • OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes - Mon-Thurs at 6:30p

Top 3:

  1. Teen Titans Go! - 164 - 46%
  2. OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes - 64 - 18%
  3. The Amazing World of Gumball - 61 - 17%

Is it wrong of me to hope for Strongarm to be a giant dork with funny lines and super strength? I’m looking forward to Robots in Disguise, but I’m afraid she’ll be too serious (and not in an MTMTE Ultra Magnus or Rescue Bots Chase-way, where it’s funny again).


I mean, I really can’t wait to watch it, and I’ll take it for what it is( after all, I want to be entertained and not be disappointed by my wishes not coming true). Still, my dream scenario would be each team member being a different kind of silly, loveable rookie and they all have fun adventures together while trying to become cool people. I’m really scared that Strongarm will be the stick in the mud, the person who is trying to follow the rules and is always keeping everybody in line while all the other guys are getting the jokes and silly attitudes. I’d love to have her just as energetic as everyone else.


I think I’m allowed to at least wish for this. Alright, that’s all I wanted to say.

This is your UPDATED Cartoon Network and [adult swim] schedule for  Monday 2 October to Sunday 8 October.

Looks like we were all wrong. There ARE changes. And to think it’s gonna happen every Friday morning while we are all still asleep in our beds.

Clarence returns to the lineup, as will Steven Universe.

Scooby-Doo movies and that Live-Action Pussy Movie will all return, as well.

What else is returning? Halloween movies and specials, like The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy: The Wrath of the Spider Queen. Because, you know, it’s in fucking October!

[adult swim] stays the same, but Toonami replaces Ghoul with Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans Season 2. Also note: Robot Chicken premieres its new season with their half-hour Walking Dead Special.

Here’s what’s NEW NEW NEW NEW! next week:

  • Ben 10 Alien of the Week: Cannonbolt - Friday at 5:00p
  • Teen Titans GO! - Friday at 6:00p
  • OK KO! Let’s Be Heroes! - 2 new episodes! Friday at 6:15p
  • The Amazing World of Gumball - Friday at 6:45p
  • We Bare Bears - Friday at 7:00p
  • Transformers: Robots in Disguise - Saturday at 6:30a
  • Justice League Action - Saturday at 7:00a
  • Toonami - Every Saturday night from 11:30p-4:00a
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans - Season 2 Begins Saturday at 12:30a
  • Robot Chicken Walking Dead Special: Look Who’s Walkin’ - Season premier, Sunday at midnight

Top 3:

  • Teen Titans GO! - 139 - 2,085 min. - 42.9%
  • The Amazing World of Gumball - 46 - 690 min. - 14.2%
  • OK KO! Let’s Be Heroes! - 41 - 645 min. - 12.7%

Here’s the Cartoon Network schedule for Monday, August 28 to Sunday, September 3.

Of course… a Teen Titans Go! marathon to hype up a brand new premiere block. Who would have thought?

Four shows in that Friday night premiere block, and all the new episodes get reran Saturday and Sunday at 6:00p. Ben 10 is not part of that block, and gets its own separate repeats.

The original Teen Titans is now the 6am show every day, and it still has the 5pm weekday slot. A show from 2003 gets a primetime slot while several current shows don’t. Weird.

Here’s what’s new new new new this week:

  • Lego Nexo Knights - Mon-Fri at 7:00a
  • Ben 10 - Friday at 5:00p
  • Teen Titans Go! - Friday at 6:00p
  • OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes - TWO new episodes Friday at 6:30p
  • The Amazing World of Gumball - First new episode in 5+ months Friday at 7:00p
  • We Bare Bears - TWO new episodes Friday at 7:30p
  • Transformers: Robots in Disguise - Saturday at 6:30a
  • Justice League Action - Saturday at 7:00a
  • The Powerpuff Girls - Sunday at 5:30p

Top 3:

  1. Teen Titans Go! - 182 - 55%
  2. The Amazing World of Gumball - 48 - 15%
  3. OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes - 34 - 10%
Too far CN, too far...:(

So, yeah…I was going to watch a recording of the new Steven Universe episode, Too Far, but instead of that, I got a rerun of Teen Titans Go. <sigh> You know, ever since Cartoon Network got a new CEO, things have been pretty bad for the channel and the studio itself. Regular Show and Adventure Time are going through seasonal rot, Clarence doesn’t get enough attention as it did last year (because apart from introducing LGBT characters in a kids show, it’s a pretty average show), The Amazing World of Gumball and Uncle Grandpa are good to an extent (that extent being the writing), Transformers: Robots In Disguise and Sonic Boom aren’t advertised well (same can be said about the rest of the Saturday morning line up), Ninjago is just for the fans (I haven’t seen the show myself so I don’t know if it’s good or not), and while Wabbit exceeded my expectations, Be Cool, Scooby Doo and We Bare Bears shitted all over them with only very few redeeming qualities. Then only show that has been getting better and better over time is Steven Universe and it’s one of the most talked shows on CN; the other of course being Teen Titans Go. Now, I tolerated TTG ever since the first promo was released; I don’t hate it as much as everyone else does, but even I have my limits on how much of this show I should watch. I draw the line at swapping out Steven Universe with a rerun of TTG; you know you’re doing a terrible job at running your channel when you swap a good show with a lackluster one. Just when I was starting to get over the “Omegle incident” all I wanted was to watch the latest episode of my favorite show on Cartoon Network currently airing; but instead of that, I’m given a rerun of a show that’s clearly inferior to the original. You know, it’s one thing to air reruns of Teen Titans Go, it’s a completely different thing to swap shows with Teen Titans Go. I mean, sure SpongeBob’s on Nickelodeon alot, but I’ve yet to see Nick swap shows with it. If this is how you’re running your channel, you might as well have brought a shovel because you’re running it into the grown. Animation is a medium, not a genre; Steven Universe respects that, Teen Titans Go (to put it politely) doesn’t. This is a knew low for Cartoon Network, and the year’s not even over yet.