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Old 02-24-03, 02:04 PM
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Cartoon Network Programming: new/renewed for '03

The only things that seem to be missing are June Bugs and any mention of the unaired Futurama. But the list also doesn't have Family Guy listed. It also mentions Clone Wars, which I snipped.
From http://tv.yahoo.com/news/mw/20030221/104587590400.html
New Series:
-Duck Dodgers (debuts in July 2003):
Daffy Duck and Porky Pig attempt to protect the planet Earth from its enemies in the 24th -- century.

-Teen Titans (August 2003)
Robin The Boy Wonder and teenage superheroes Cyborg, Beast Boy, Starfire and Raven defend the Earth from a new generation of superheroes.

-LowBrow (December 2003)
A 20-something slacker with a customized 80-foot robot from the future must defend all of humanity from evil aliens.

Series Renewals:
-Samurai Jack: 20 new episodes starting in May
-Justice League: 26 new episodes beginning in October
-Codename: Kids Next Door: 19 more episodes
-The Powerpuff Girls: four new episodes starting in September plus a new one-hour holiday special
-Ed, Edd n Eddy: four new episodes beginning in November
-Dexter's Laboratory: 11 new episodes beginning in April
-Time Squad: five new episodes debuting in March
-Grim & Evil: 10 new episodes debuting in June
-Whatever Happened to Robot Jones?: 11 new episodes starting in September

Acquisitions:
-What's New Scooby-Doo?: March 28
-Dragonball Z: March 17 -- 15 new episodes from Toonami
-Rorouni Kenshin: 95 episodes will premiere on Toonami beginning in March
-Dragon Ball: 52 new episodes on Toonami
-SD Gundam: 26 new episodes
-He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: 13 new episodes
-Transformers: Armada -- 26 new episodes
-.hack/SIGN: 26 episodes
-Kikaider: 12 episodes
-Blue Gender: 26 episodes
-Hamtaro: 52 additional episodes
-Big O: 13 new episodes
-Yu-Gi-Oh!: 50 episodes
- Jackie Chan Adventures: 52 episodes
-X-Men: Evolution -- 43 episodes
-Pokemon: 100 episodes

Adult Swim:
-Aqua Teen Hunger Force: 26 new episodes
-The Brak Show: 13 new episodes
-Sealab 2021: 13 new episodes
-Trigun: 26 episodes will debut in March
-Harvey Birdman, Attorney-at-Law: new episodes beginning in April
-Home Movies: 13 new episodes

Events:
-Cartoon Network's Greatest Musical Moments: Friday, March 7: 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET
-April Fool's Day Monkey Marathon: Tuesday, April 1, 8-11 p.m. ET
-The First Mom of Cartoon Network Mother's Day Marathon: Sunday, May 11, 12-7 p.m. ET
-The Powerpuff Girls Movie Weekend: Friday, May 23 -- Monday, May 27
-Cartoon Network Bloopers: Friday, June 6, 8 p.m. ET
-Christmas in July: Friday, July 25
-Code of the Samurai: Monday, July 28 -- Thursday, July 31
-Don't Go Back to School Day!: Monday, Sept. 1
-Friday Night Fights: every Friday in September
-Shocktober: weekdays in October in preparation for Halloween
-The Iron Giant Marathon: Friday, Nov. 29 beginning at 8 a.m. ET
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Old 02-24-03, 02:10 PM
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Can't believe that we have to wait until October for new JL episodes.

I'll have to check out Duck Dodgers although Looney Tunes after 1955 or so have been pretty weak. No more Mel Blanc either.
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Old 02-24-03, 03:09 PM
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Re: Cartoon Network Programming: new/renewed for '03

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He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: 13 new episodes
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Old 02-24-03, 04:39 PM
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Also, beginning in April, Adult Swim will welcome a new GUY to its FAMILY .
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Originally posted by Red Dog
Can't believe that we have to wait until October for new JL episodes.
Agreed. It's a good show, though. Hopefully the Teen Titans will be as good.
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What is the Iron Giant Marathon?

What is the connection between Cartoon Network and WB? They seem to interchange episodes. But usually when they do WB loses it and there are no more new episodes. I really hope this is not the case with Jackie Chan and X-Men.
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Old 02-24-03, 10:29 PM
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Re: Cartoon Network Programming: new/renewed for '03

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Adult Swim:
-Aqua Teen Hunger Force: 26 new episodes
Here's a huge for this news. IMO, the funniest cartoon on TV.
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Old 02-24-03, 10:31 PM
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Well they say new Harvey Birdman episodes, but they don't say how many. There are only 6 out so far, but I think they're definitely the funniest eps on Adult Swim. Even better than Aqua Teen.

Still hoping for the possibility of Zim on CN but I guess that's almost impossible.

It is nice to see CN branching out even more in acquisitions and new stuff -- probably the result of Boomerang hitting more homes and cutting down the need to show the same stuff on the basic CN. Who knows?

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All good except the adult anime stuff (because it's dubbed and cut, and therefore, is evil )
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Old 02-25-03, 08:27 AM
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Glad to see Home Movies gets the green light
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What is the Iron Giant Marathon?
Similar to TNT's 24-Hour 'A Christmas Story' marathon, Cartoon Network is starting a tradition of airing 'Iron Giant' for 24 hours straight, once a year.

What is the connection between Cartoon Network and WB?
They're both owned by AOL / Time Warner.
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Old 02-25-03, 12:36 PM
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Originally posted by Shemp
Similar to TNT's 24-Hour 'A Christmas Story' marathon, Cartoon Network is starting a tradition of airing 'Iron Giant' for 24 hours straight, once a year.



They're both owned by AOL / Time Warner.


oooohhhhhh.....I see. Yet another entity that ATW owns. that makes what 2.3x10^65.
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Sounds fantastic! I been suffering some serioius He-man withdrawal here.
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Old 02-28-03, 12:15 AM
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Sealab and Aqua Teen. I love it. And Harvey Birdman is good too since I've seen the six episodes out there too many times.
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Wow...Instead of calling this the Cartoon Network, Rename it the WB Toonami!

(Not complaining. I like all the diversity of Action Cartoons!)
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