List of programs broadcast by Toonami

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Toonami Shows
YearShows Introduced
2014Space Dandy, Naruto Shippuden, Blue Exorcist, Black Lagoon, Attack on Titan, Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage, Beware the Batman, Gurren Lagann,[1] Hellsing Ultimate,[2] Dragon Ball Z Kai,[3] InuYasha: The Final Act
2013Soul Eater, One Piece (Uncut), Sword Art Online, The Big O (Season 2), Star Wars: The Clone Wars, FLCL
2012Bleach, Deadman Wonderland, Casshern Sins, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG, Cowboy Bebop, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex , Samurai 7, Eureka Seven, Sym-Bionic Titan, ThunderCats (2011), Tenchi Muyo! GXP, InuYasha, Naruto (Uncut)
2008Bakugan Battle Brawlers, Blue Dragon, Ben 10: Alien Force
2007Storm Hawks, Mega Man Star Force
2006Wulin Warriors, Pokémon Chronicles, Fantastic Four, Pokémon: Battle Frontier, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, The Prince of Tennis, MÄR
2005D.I.C.E., Zatch Bell!, The Batman, One Piece, Transformers: Cybertron, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Naruto, Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo, Immortal Grand Prix (regular series), Dragon Ball Z (Uncut)
2004Duel Masters, Astro Boy, Transformers: Energon, Jackie Chan Adventures, Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, Megas XLR, Rave Master, Teen Titans, Justice League Unlimited
2003.hack//Sign, Martian Successor Nadesico, Gigantor, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Dai-Guard, YuYu Hakusho, Rurouni Kenshin, Justice League, Cyborg 009, SD Gundam, Immortal Grand Prix (microseries), Dragon Ball GT
2002Hamtaro, Zoids: Chaotic Century, Mobile Fighter G Gundam, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Transformers: Armada, G.I. Joe, Samurai Jack
2001Outlaw Star, The Big O (Season 1), Cardcaptors, Mobile Suit Gundam, Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team, Dragon Ball, Batman Beyond, Zoids: New Century, Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket
2000G-Force: Guardians of Space, Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, Batman:TAS, Tenchi Muyo!, Tenchi Universe, Tenchi in Tokyo, Blue Submarine No. 6, Superman:TAS
1999ReBoot, The Powerpuff Girls, Ronin Warriors
1998Robotech (TV series), Transformers: Beast Wars, Sailor Moon, Dragon Ball Z, Superfriends
1997Thundercats, Cartoon Roulette, Voltron, The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest
 
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Toonami Shows
YearShows Introduced
2014Space Dandy, Naruto Shippuden, Blue Exorcist, Black Lagoon, Attack on Titan, Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage, Beware the Batman, Gurren Lagann,[1] Hellsing Ultimate,[2] Dragon Ball Z Kai,[3] InuYasha: The Final Act
2013Soul Eater, One Piece (Uncut), Sword Art Online, The Big O (Season 2), Star Wars: The Clone Wars, FLCL
2012Bleach, Deadman Wonderland, Casshern Sins, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG, Cowboy Bebop, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex , Samurai 7, Eureka Seven, Sym-Bionic Titan, ThunderCats (2011), Tenchi Muyo! GXP, InuYasha, Naruto (Uncut)
2008Bakugan Battle Brawlers, Blue Dragon, Ben 10: Alien Force
2007Storm Hawks, Mega Man Star Force
2006Wulin Warriors, Pokémon Chronicles, Fantastic Four, Pokémon: Battle Frontier, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, The Prince of Tennis, MÄR
2005D.I.C.E., Zatch Bell!, The Batman, One Piece, Transformers: Cybertron, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Naruto, Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo, Immortal Grand Prix (regular series), Dragon Ball Z (Uncut)
2004Duel Masters, Astro Boy, Transformers: Energon, Jackie Chan Adventures, Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, Megas XLR, Rave Master, Teen Titans, Justice League Unlimited
2003.hack//Sign, Martian Successor Nadesico, Gigantor, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Dai-Guard, YuYu Hakusho, Rurouni Kenshin, Justice League, Cyborg 009, SD Gundam, Immortal Grand Prix (microseries), Dragon Ball GT
2002Hamtaro, Zoids: Chaotic Century, Mobile Fighter G Gundam, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Transformers: Armada, G.I. Joe, Samurai Jack
2001Outlaw Star, The Big O (Season 1), Cardcaptors, Mobile Suit Gundam, Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team, Dragon Ball, Batman Beyond, Zoids: New Century, Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket
2000G-Force: Guardians of Space, Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, Batman:TAS, Tenchi Muyo!, Tenchi Universe, Tenchi in Tokyo, Blue Submarine No. 6, Superman:TAS
1999ReBoot, The Powerpuff Girls, Ronin Warriors
1998Robotech (TV series), Transformers: Beast Wars, Sailor Moon, Dragon Ball Z, Superfriends
1997Thundercats, Cartoon Roulette, Voltron, The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest

This is a list of programs that have been broadcast on Adult Swim (formerly Cartoon Network)'s Toonami block. Broadcast times and ranges shown are with respect to the United States' Eastern Time Zone.

Animated series[edit]

Cartoon Network and Adult Swim have licensed a number of animated series for broadcast on the Toonami programming blocks over the years.

Anime[edit]

TitleAirdate[note 1]Notes
The 08th MS TeamJuly 24, 2001The first Toonami Midnight Run exclusive series.
Astro Boy (2003)March 8, 2004The last series to premiere in the daytime version of Toonami. The episode "Eternal Boy" was not aired.[4][better source needed]
Attack on TitanMay 3, 2014
Bakugan Battle BrawlersMarch 22, 2008Aired one episode. It completed its run on Saturday mornings.[contradictory]
The Big OApril 2, 2001[5]Season two was broadcast under Cartoon Network in 2003.

It would broadcast under Toonami Adult Swim on July 27, 2013.[6]

Black LagoonMarch 22, 2014
Black Lagoon: The Second BarrageJune 6, 2014Broadcast as the second season of Black Lagoon.
BleachApril 1, 2012
May 26, 2012
Episode was aired during the special Toonami April Fools 2012 event, then became a regular series on Toonami In May.
Blue DragonMarch 29, 2008Added to Toonami Jetstream until the service closed on January 2009.[7][better source needed]
Blue ExorcistFebruary 22, 2014
Bobobo-bo Bo-boboSeptember 30, 2005The only Toonami series to premiere on the Cartoon Network Fridays block.
CardcaptorsJune 1, 2001
Casshern SinsMay 26, 2012
Cowboy BebopMay 26, 2012
Cyborg 009June 30, 2003Only first half of series on Toonami. Edited for content. Eventually moved to early Sunday mornings.
D.I.C.E.January 22, 2005
Deadman WonderlandMay 26, 2012First new series acquired for the 2012 Toonami block on Adult Swim, now concluded. Edited for content.
Dragon BallAugust 20, 2001Aired reruns on Toonami Jetstream. Edited for content.
Dragon Ball GTNovember 7, 2003First 15 episodes were originally skipped. Instead, the series started with a recap episode called "A Grand Problem", which used scenes from the skipped episodes to summarize the story. The skipped episodes were later aired after the remaining episodes of the series had been broadcast. Now airs on Nicktoons. Edited for content.
Dragon Ball ZAugust 21, 1998Aired reruns on Toonami Jetstream. Aired in both edited and uncut versions.
Dragon Ball Z KaiNovember 8, 2014Premieres 12am/11c on November 8, 2014. Originally aired in an edited format on Nicktoons. [8][3]
Duel MastersFebruary 27, 2004Last three episodes were never aired. Edited for content.
Eureka SevenAugust 19, 2012Originally aired on Adult Swim from 2006 to 2008. The first anime to be re-licensed by Adult Swim after the original license expired. Series finale aired August 11, 2013 at 3am/2c. The Toonami staff have stated that it is highly unlikely that the series will ever return to Adult Swim. Edited for content.
Eyeshield 21December 17, 2007Only five episodes aired on Toonami Jetstream.
FLCLOctober 26, 2013
Fullmetal Alchemist: BrotherhoodMay 26, 2012
G-Force: Guardians of SpaceJanuary 2, 2000Cartoon Network's first-ever anime series from back in 1995, it made a brief (and last) re-appearance from January–March 2000 on the weekend edition of Toonami Midnight Run replacing Robotech and later Voltron. Only a handful of episodes were aired, as the show was brought in as mostly programming filler until the weekend TMR block was canceled in March 2000. Heavily edited.
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone ComplexAugust 5, 2012Continues on the 2012 Toonami block of Adult Swim. The different seasons of Stand Alone Complex are treated as different shows altogether, though the storyline is intact and the two seasons appear to be rotating. The show returned on October 27, 2013.[9] Episode 10, titled "Jungle Cruise" airs with a special disclaimer, warning viewers about the content of the episode. Edited for content.
Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIGMay 26, 2012Second season of Ghost in the Shell. Continued from Adult Swim in the 2012 Toonami block, now concluded. Edited for content.
G GundamAugust 5, 2002Edited for content.
Gundam 0080November 6, 2001Aired as part of the Midnight Run. Aired reruns on Adult Swim. Edited for content.
Gundam SEEDApril 17, 2004Only 26 episodes aired on Toonami. Edited for content.
Gundam WingMarch 6, 2000First Toonami series to air an edited and unedited run on the block. Uncut version exclusive to Midnight Run block.
Gurren LagannAugust 16, 2014[1]
.hack//SIGNFebruary 1, 2003
HamtaroJune 3, 2002Other half of series never aired due to low ratings.
Harlock SagaNovember 27, 2001The six-episode series ran on Reactor 2.0.
Hellsing UltimateSeptember 13, 2014Not planned to be edited for time.[2]
Hikaru no GoJuly 17, 2006A Toonami Jetstream-exclusive series, premiered on ImaginAsian TV. Final three episodes never aired due to Toonami Jetstream's going offline.
KibaJuly 14, 2008A Toonami Jetstream-exclusive.
IGPX (regular-series)November 5, 2005
April 27, 2013
Toonami's first original series. Returned to television on April 27, 2013 at 2am/1c as part of Adult Swim's revived Toonami block.
InuYashaNovember 3, 2012Originally aired as a Daytime Savings filler. Reruns continue to air on the 2012 Toonami block on Adult Swim. Toonami began premiering uncut, mastered episodes of the series in early 2013. Early Toonami airings were lightly edited for content, as Adult Swim's edited tapes had not yet been switched out for uncut ones. As of March 2, Adult Swim's right to InuYasha have expired, thus ending the run at episode 127.[10]
InuYasha: The Final ActNovember 15, 2014Premieres at 2am/1c[11][12]
MÄRJuly 14, 2006A Toonami Jetstream exclusive. Briefly aired on Toonami.
Mega Man Star ForceJuly 23, 2007Aired a faux movie on Toonami. Aired biweekly on Toonami Jetstream.
Mobile Suit GundamJuly 23, 2001Ran abbreviated due to the September 11 attacks. Also aired on Adult Swim. Never completed its run on either block. Edited for content.
NarutoSeptember 10, 2005[a]
December 2, 2012 – 12:30am/11:30c [b]
Aired on the original Toonami until it was discontinued. Reruns aired on Toonami Jetstream and later on Cartoon Network Video. On December 2, 2012, unedited Naruto episodes, starting from the first, began airing on Adult Swim's Toonami.[13] During the Cartoon Network run, Episode 140, titled "Two Heartbeats: Kabuto's Trap" was aired with a special disclaimer, warning viewers about the content of the episode.[14] According to Toonami's official Tumblr account, Naruto will be leaving the Toonami lineup November 30, 2013.[15] In December 2013, Toonami's official Tumblr account confirmed it would be returning to the block January 4, 2014, at 3am/2c, rerunning the first 52 episodes.
Naruto ShippudenJanuary 4, 2014Sequel series to Naruto. Originally aired in an edited format on Disney XD. Premiered January 4, 2014 at 12:30am/11:30c.[15]
One PieceApril 23, 2005[a][b]Briefly aired on 4Kids TV, the remainder of the 4Kids run and the current FUNimation run was Toonami exclusive. Aired reruns on Toonami Jetstream. 4Kids version heavily edited. FUNimation version mildly edited during the Cartoon Network run only. The program returned to the block in uncut format May 18, 2013 at 1am/12c, beginning its run at episode 207.
Outlaw StarJanuary 15, 2001Episode 23, "Hot Springs of Planet Tenrei," was skipped.
PatlaborFebruary 18, 2002A second-cycle Toonami Reactor-exclusive.
Pokémon ChroniclesJune 3, 2006Also aired on Miguzi. Aired reruns on Toonami Jetstream.
Pokémon: Battle FrontierOctober 28, 2006Only aired very select episodes on Toonami. New episodes aired on the Saturday morning cartoon block. Aired reruns on Toonami Jetstream.
Pokémon: Indigo LeagueN/AAired briefly on Toonami Jetstream as a special to promote Pokémon Snap for the Wii Virtual Console. These episodes originally aired in syndication and on Kids' WB!, and were rerun during the regular Cartoon Network schedule. The different seasons of Pokémon are for the most part treated as different shows altogether, even though the storyline is intact. The first thirteen seasons of Pokémon are currently in rotation on Boomerang.
Pokémon: Johto League ChampionsN/AAired on Kids' WB!. Aired reruns on Toonami Jetstream.
Pokémon: The Johto JourneysN/AOriginally aired on Kids' WB!, then reran during the regular Cartoon Network schedule. Aired reruns on Toonami Jetstream. The episodes classified as The Johto Journeys actually started from the Orange Islands episode "The Pokémon Water War", as that is the US production order season 3 debut.
Pokémon: Master QuestN/AAired reruns on Toonami Jetstream.
Rave MasterJune 5, 2004Eventually moved to 6:00 AM Sunday mornings. Re-aired on Syfy in 2009. [16] Heavily edited.
Record of Lodoss WarNovember 14, 2001A Toonami Reactor-exclusive series.
Ronin WarriorsSeptember 27, 1999Originally syndicated in the US in 1995, this was the first premiere series of the TOM-era of Toonami.
RobotechJanuary 12, 1998Only the Macross and The Robotech Masters story lines were aired.
Rurouni KenshinMarch 17, 2003The first 48 episodes aired on Toonami, and episodes 49–62 aired on SVES. Edited for content. The final season was never aired for unknown reasons.
Sailor MoonJune 1, 1998Originally syndicated in the US in 1995. The original DiC-produced episodes, including the previously Canadian-exclusive "Lost Episodes" aired throughout 1998 and 1999. The Cloverway-produced Sailor Moon S and Supers aired in 2000 with two skipped episodes (which aired in later reruns). The "Sailor Stars" arc of the series never aired in the US. Heavily edited.
Samurai 7[17]August 18, 2012[17] Previously aired on Animania HD and IFC. [18]
SD Gundam ForceSeptember 1, 2003The first 26 episodes aired on Toonami. First SD Gundam series to premiere outside of Japan.
Soul EaterFebruary 17, 2013
Star BlazersMay 3, 2001Aired on Reactor 1.0 and then Reactor 2.0
Space DandyJanuary 4, 2014First anime series to premiere on Toonami before its broadcast premiere in Japan. Also the first show in Toonami's extended 6.5 hour block.[15][19]
Sword Art OnlineJuly 27, 2013[6] Rights to this series expired February 15, 2014, and was replaced by Blue Exorcist. Edited for content.
Tenchi in TokyoAugust 25, 2000The second Tenchi Muyo! television series. Edited for content.
Tenchi Muyo!July 3, 2000The first two OVAs aired under this umbrella title. Edited for content. Episode six of the third OVA was aired on April 1, 2012.
Tenchi Muyo! GXPApril 10, 2012First Tenchi series to air on Adult Swim's Toonami block.
Tenchi UniverseJuly 20, 2000The Toonami name for the first Tenchi Muyo! television series. Edited for content.
Transformers: ArmadaAugust 23, 2002
Transformers: EnergonApril 9, 2004
Transformers: CybertronJuly 2, 2005Briefly returned to Toonami in a special marathon to promote the 2007 Transformers film.
The Prince of TennisJuly 14, 2006A Toonami Jetstream-exclusive. Briefly aired on Toonami.
Yu-Gi-Oh!August 6, 2005Only six episodes aired on Toonami. The entire series aired on Kids' WB. Currently airs on Vortexx and Nicktoons. Heavily edited.
Yu-Gi-Oh! GXOctober 28, 2006Originally aired on the now-defunct Miguzi block. Midway during its second season, it moved to Toonami for new episodes, then the new episodes returned to Miguzi, however reruns continued to air on Toonami for a while. The first part of the third season aired on Toonami, then the show left Toonami and moved to Saturday mornings. Then the show exclusively aired on 4Kids TV. It then moved to The CW4Kids block, where it aired on Saturday mornings. Heavily edited.
YuYu HakushoMarch 3, 2003Originally on Adult Swim, only the first 88 episodes aired on Toonami. The remaining episodes aired early Saturday mornings at 5:30AM. Edited for content.
Zatch Bell!March 5, 2005Only the first 77 episodes aired on Toonami. Later a Toonami Jetstream exclusive. Edited for content.
Zoids: Chaotic CenturyJuly 29, 2002Originally an early-morning series, the series premiered officially on Toonami in July 2002. The final episodes were part of an event in January 2003.
Zoids: New Century ZeroNovember 5, 2001

North American and other animation[edit]

TitleAirdate[note 1]Notes
The Batman2005-04-02April 2, 2005 – 8:30/7:30cNew episodes aired on Kids' WB!.
Batman Beyond2001-10-01October 1, 2001 – 6:30/5:30cEdited for content.
Batman: The Animated Series2000-05-13May 20, 2000 – 11/10c
July 3, 2000 – 6:30/5:30c
Edited for content.
Ben 10: Alien Force2008-05-24May 24, 2008 – 10/9cReruns aired on Toonami.
Beware the BatmanMay 10, 2014 nightPremiered the night of May 10, 2014.[20] New episodes began airing on July 27 with episode 12.[21] Adult Swim decided to drop the series and air the remaining episodes in an early morning marathon on September 28, 2014.[22]
Cartoon Roulette1997-03-17March 17, 1997 – 4:30/3:30cRoulette was composed of Animated Action Shorts, included was Space Ghost, Superman (1940s cartoons), Birdman and the Galaxy Trio, The Herculoids, Shazzan, The Impossibles, Teen Force, and Mighty Mightor.
Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes2006-09-02September 2, 2006 – 8/7c
June 9, 2007 – 9:30/8:30c
Moved to Cartoon Network Saturday mornings, then to Nicktoons.
G.I. Joe2002-11-04November 4, 2002 – 12:30am/11:30cThe 1980s series began airing on Cartoon Network in July 2002, but officially became a Toonami exclusive in November 2002. Reruns currently airing on The Hub.
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe2002-08-16August 16, 2002 – 4/3c
Jackie Chan Adventures2004-04-17April 17, 2004 – 9/8cOriginally a part of Kids' WB. Aired on Toonami as a filler. Reruns have aired on Disney XD.
Justice League2003-06-02June 2, 2003 – 5/4c
Justice League Unlimited2004-07-31July 31, 2004 – 8:30/7:30cSequel series to Justice League. Currently airs on Vortexx.
Megas XLR2004-05-01May 1, 2004 – 9/8cAired all episodes on Toonami except for a single episode, which aired on Miguzi. Aired on Toonami Jetstream.
The Powerpuff Girls1999-07-11July 11, 1999 – 12:30am/11:30c
June 3, 2002 – 5:30/4:30c
Currently airing on the revived version of Cartoon Planet and Boomerang.
The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest1997-03-17March 17, 1997 – 5:30/4:30cOriginally on TBS, TNT, and Cartoon Network, it became a Toonami exclusive on launch.
ReBoot1999-03-15March 15, 1999 – 4:30/3:30cThe third and fourth seasons were Toonami-exclusives in the US.
Samurai Jack2002-12-28December 28, 2002 – 1/12cAired very few episodes on Toonami, including the premieres of the last four episodes. Aired on Toonami Jetstream in its entirety. Returned in 2008, was the final program to air on the old Toonami. The series returned to Toonami in February 2014, after FLCL ends its second run. Also airing on Boomerang.
Storm Hawks2007-07-21July 21, 2007 – 7/6cBegan premiering mid-season.
Star Wars: The Clone WarsAugust 17, 2013 – 3am/2cPremiered August 17, 2013 at 3am/2c. Episodes are currently aired Saturday nights at 5am/4c. Select episodes are to be skipped during the program's run. As of January 2014, the episode "Bombad Jedi" is the only one to be skipped during the program's run.
Super Friends1998-10-05October 5, 1998 – 4:30/3:30cReruns have aired on Boomerang.
Superman: The Animated Series2000-11-13November 13, 2000 – 6:30/5:30cEdited for content. Originally aired on Kids' WB!.
Sym-Bionic Titan2012-10-06October 6, 2012 – 2am/1cOriginally aired on Cartoon Network's regular schedule. First western cartoon to air on Adult Swim's Toonami.
Teen Titans2004-07-03July 3, 2004 – 8/7cReruns currently airing on Boomerang.
ThunderCats (1985)1997-03-17March 17, 1997 – 4/3c
April 15, 2002 – 5/4c
First show to ever be broadcast on Toonami.
ThunderCats (2011)2012-10-06October 6, 2012 – 2:30am/1:30cOriginally aired on Cartoon Network's regular schedule. Airing rights expired after the airing of "Trails of Lion-O, Part 1" July 21, 2013, during the program's second run.[6] Second run was never finished.
Transformers Animated2008-02-15February 15, 2008Aired reruns on Toonami Jetstream with new episodes on Saturday mornings. Never aired on Toonami. Currently airing on The Hub.
Transformers: Beast Wars1998-03-09March 9, 1998 – 5:30/4:30cAired as a week-long special event, in which the final five episodes of the second season made their premiere in the US.
Voltron1997-03-17March 17, 1997 – 4:45/3:45c
Wulin Warriors2006-02-04February 4, 2006 – 8/7cA Taiwanese puppet show. Aired two episodes, one each week, before removal from Toonami.

Movies and specials[edit]

Specials[edit]

TitleAirdate[note 1]Notes
Blue Submarine No. 6November 6, 2000 – 6/5c
January 5, 2001 – 4/3c
April 1, 2012 – 3:45/2:45c
Miniseries. Edited for content.
2012 airing was only one episode as listed above.
Gundam Wing: Endless WaltzNovember 10, 2000 – 5/4c
August 30, 2002 – 4/3c
Miniseries. Edited for content.
Hot Wheels World RaceOctober 3, 2003 – 6:30/5:30cMiniseries.
IGPX (micro series)September 15, 2003 – 6:30/5:30cMiniseries.
Kick-HeartAugust 31, 2013 -
2:30am/1:30c
3:45am/2:45c
November 2, 2013 -
2:45am/1:45c
Short film by Production I.G. Aired as a special event along with Evangelion 2.22 You Can (Not) Advance. Aired again November 3, 2013 as a Daylight Savings Time interstitial program.
King Star KingNovember 2, 2013 –
2am/1c
Pilot for an upcoming Adult Swim series by the same name. Aired as Daylight Savings Time interstitial program.
Korgoth of BarbariaNovember 2, 2013 –
2:15am/1:15c
A failed Adult Swim pilot. Aired as Daylight Savings Time interstitial program.
Naruto – Mission: Protect the Waterfall Village!May 19, 2007 – 7/6c
Star Wars: Clone WarsDecember 1, 2003 – 6/5cMiniseries.
ZurtrunAugust 30, 2014Seven episode miniseries. Aired throughout Toonami's Attack on Titan marathon.

Animated movies[edit]

TitleAirdate[note 1]Notes
Akira2013-12-07December 7, 2013 – Midnight/11c1988 anime film based on the manga series of the same name. Rated R by the MPAA. Third movie to air on Adult Swim's Toonami. Edited for content. First movie to air on Toonami that was rated R.
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm1999-01-08January 8, 1999 – 4/3c
December 1, 2000 – 5/4c
Edited for content.
Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero1999-01-15January 15, 1999 – 4/3c
April 8, 2000 – 2/1c
December 8, 2000 – 5/4c
October 26, 2001 – 5:30/4:30c
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker2002-08-09August 9, 2002 – 4/3c
March 19, 2004 – 5/4c
July 26, 2008 – 5:30/4:30c
Re-edited version.
Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman2004-05-01May 1, 2004 – 7:30/6:30c
Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix2007-08-11August 11, 2007 – 7/6c
Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru Nui2004-12-18December 18, 2004 – 7/6c
Bionicle: Mask of Light2004-04-17April 17, 2004 -7:30/6:30c
Castle in the Sky2006-04-01April 1, 2006 – 7:30/6:30cAired as part of A Month of Miyazaki.
Dragon Ball Z: Bardock – The Father of Goku2003-09-05September 5, 2003 – 6/5cEdited for content.
Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge2003-09-19September 19, 2003 – 6/5c May 24, 2014 Midnight/11cOriginal airing edited for content. Re-aired on Adult Swim on May 24, 2014.
Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone1999-02-12February 12, 1999 – 4/3c
February 21, 2000 – 6/5c
Edited for content.
Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn2006-11-11November 11, 2006 – 9:30/8:30c
Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug2004-04-24April 24, 2004 – 7:30/6:30cEdited for content.
Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler2003-09-26September 26, 2003 – 6/5cEdited for content.
Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks2003-09-12September 12, 2003 – 6/5cEdited for content.
Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might1999-01-29January 29, 1999 – 4/3c
February 21, 2000 – 5/4c
November 23, 2001 – 5:30/4:30c
Edited for content.
Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest1999-02-05February 5, 1999 – 4/3c
November 24, 2000 – 5/4c
Edited for content.
Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon2006-12-02December 2, 2006 – 9:30/8:30c
Evangelion 1.11 You Are (Not) Alone2013-03-17March 17, 2013 – 1am/12cFirst movie to broadcast on Adult Swim's Toonami.[23] Edited for content.
Evangelion 2.22 You Can (Not) Advance2013-08-31August 31, 2013 – Midnight/11cSequel to Evangelion 1.11: You Are (Not) Alone. Edited for content.
Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa2013-12-21December 21, 2013 – Midnight/11cFifth movie to air on Adult Swim's Toonami.
G.I. Joe: Spy Troops2004-01-09January 9, 2004 – 5:30/4:30c
G.I. Joe: Valor vs. Venom2004-11-27November 27, 2004 – 7:30/6:30c
Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz2000-11-10November 10, 2000 – 5/4c
August 30, 2002 – 4/3c
Edited for content.
Hellboy: Blood and Iron2007-03-17March 17, 2007 – 9:30/8:30cAired as part of Toonami's 10th anniversary celebration.
Hellboy: Sword of Storms2006-10-28October 28, 2006 – 9:30/8:30c
Hot Wheels: Acceleracers – Breaking Point2005-06-25June 25, 2005 – 6:30/5:30c
Hot Wheels: Acceleracers – Ignition2005-01-08January 8, 2005 – 6:30/5:30c
Hot Wheels: Acceleracers – The Speed of Silence2005-03-19March 19, 2005 – 6:30/5:30c
Hot Wheels: Acceleracers – The Ultimate Race2005-10-01October 1, 2005 – 6:30/5:30c
The Iron Giant2002-09-20September 20, 2002 – 4/3cPart of Trapped in Hyperspace. On the last day of Giant Robot Week, Cartoon Network re-aired the film along with a robot themed episode of Dexter's Laboratory.
The Invincible Iron Man2007-03-03March 3, 2007Aired as part of Toonami's 10th Anniversary celebration.
Jonny Quest vs. The Cyber Insects1999-01-22January 22, 1999 – 4/3c
Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow2007-09-08September 8, 2007Also aired on Toonami Jetstream July 29, 2008.
Naruto the Movie 2: Legend of the Stone of Gelel2008-07-26July 26, 2008 – 7/6cAired as part of a Toonami special, when Toonami aired from 5:30 P.M. to 11:00 P.M.. Also aired on Toonami Jetstream.
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind2006-04-08April 8, 2006 – 7:30/6:30cAired as part of A Month of Miyazaki.
Pokémon 3: The Movie2004-04-16April 16, 2004 – 5/4cAired on the final day of the weekday Toonami.
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Team Go-Getters Out Of The Gate!2006-09-09September 9, 2006Premiered on Fridays the preceding day. Also aired on Miguzi.
Pokémon: The Movie 20002004-04-02April 2, 2004 – 5/4c
Pokémon: The First Movie2004-03-26March 26, 2004 – 5/4c
The Powerpuff Girls MovieUnknownAired at an unknown point during the TOM 3 era.[24]
Princess Mononoke2006-03-25March 25, 2006 – 7:30/6:30cAired as part of A Month of Miyazaki. Aired with parental advisory.
Sailor Moon R: The Movie2001-11-02November 2, 2001 – 5:30/4:30cEdited version.
Sailor Moon S: The Movie2001-11-09November 9, 2001 – 5:30/4:30cEdited version.
Sailor Moon Super S: The Movie2001-11-16November 16, 2001 – 5:30/4:30c
September 13, 2002 – 4/3c
Edited version.
Spirited Away2006-03-18March 18, 2006 – 7:30/6:30cAired as part of A Month of Miyazaki.
Stan Lee Presents: Mosaic2007-03-10March 10, 2007Advertised as TV-Y7-FV, aired as TV-14-V.
Stan Lee Presents: The Condor2007-03-24March 24, 2007
Summer Wars2013-12-14December 14, 2013 – Midnight/11cFourth movie to air on Adult Swim's Toonami.
Superman: Doomsday2008-07-12 July 12, 2008 – 9/8cHeavily edited.
Superman: Brainiac Attacks2006-06-17June 17, 2006
Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo2006-09-16September 16, 2006
The Batman vs. Dracula2005-10-22October 22, 2005 – 7/6c
Trigun: Badlands Rumble2013-12-28December 28, 2013 – Midnight/11cSixth movie to air on Adult Swim's Toonami.
Ultimate Avengers2006-04-22April 22, 2006
Ultimate Avengers 2: Rise of the Panther2006-10-21October 21, 2006
World's Finest2000-11-17November 17, 2000 – 5/4c
November 30, 2001 – 5:30/4:30c
September 6, 2002 – 4/3c
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light2005-07-30July 30, 2005 – 7:30/6:30cEdited version.

Live-action movies[edit]

TitleAirdate[note 1]Notes
BatmanNovember 19, 2005
Spider-ManApril 28, 2007Edited for content.

Giant Robot Week[edit]

From February 24–28, 2003, Toonami broadcast mecha shows that were licensed by ADV Films, some of which were picked up by Adult Swim. Besides Robotech, the following shows were featured:

TitleAirdate[note 1]Notes
Dai-GuardFebruary 27–28, 2003Episodes 1 and 2 aired on Toonami. Has not aired since GRW.
GigantorFebruary 24–28, 2003
April 1, 2012
Gigantor was picked up by Adult Swim.
Martian Successor NadesicoFebruary 24–26, 2003Episodes 1, 6, and 25 aired on Toonami. Has not aired since GRW.
Neon Genesis EvangelionFebruary 24–25, 2003Heavily edited version of episodes 1 and 2 aired on Toonami with parental advisory during this week only. Neon Genesis Evangelion was aired as a whole on Adult Swim.

Adult Swim April Fools Day 2012[edit]

These shows have only aired during the Toonami April Fools' Day broadcast on Adult Swim, April 1, 2012.[25][26]

TitleAirdate[note 1]Notes
Astro Boy (1960s)April 1, 2012Originally aired on Adult Swim. Not to be confused with the 2003 version.
TrigunApril 1, 2012Originally aired on Adult Swim.

Programs featured by block[edit]

A list of the lineups and programs featured in Toonami blocks. The schedule occasionally features "Toonami In Flight" blocks which contain movies or special presentations, as well as marathons and other scheduled programming that would occupy some of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim's regular programming.

Weekday Toonami on Cartoon Network[edit]

Weekday Toonami (1997–2004)[edit]

Moltar's block (1997–99)[edit]

Moltar from Space Ghost: Coast to Coast was the original host of Toonami, which ran on Cartoon Network from 4–6 PM weekdays from March 17, 1997 to September 24, 1999. Programs included:

TOM's blocks (1999–2004)[edit]

TOM took over Toonami's hosting duties starting July 11, 1999. Toonami went from a 4–6 PM schedule to a 4–7 PM schedule starting July 3, 2000. It included the following programs:

TOM was given a new look and introduction in September 4, 2000. On May 14, 2001, the schedule was changed to 5–7 PM. On June 3, 2002, the schedule went back to 4–7 PM. The programs under TOM2's run include:

TOM had one more makeover in March 17, 2003. This third iteration of TOM included the following programs:

Midnight Run (2000–2003)[edit]

Midnight runs were moved to Weeknights at midnight, starting with Monday night/Tuesday morning to Friday night/Saturday morning. Toonami Midnight Run ran form March 7, 2000 to January 9, 2003 from 12–1 AM and included:

Weekend Toonami on Cartoon Network[edit]

Saturday Toonami (1997–99)[edit]

Saturday Toonami ran from July 5, 1998 to October 3, 1998 at 7–9 PM and included the following programs:

Midnight Run (1999–2000)[edit]

Toonami's Midnight Run programming block started on Sunday at midnight and ran from 12–5 AM. It ran from July 11, 1999 to March 5, 2000, after which it was moved to a weeknight Midnight Run. It included the following programs:

Rising Sun (2000-01)[edit]

Toonami's Rising Sun programming block ran on Saturday mornings from April 15, 2000 to March 3, 2001 from 9 AM – 12 PM from April 15 - September 2, 10 AM – 1 PM from September 9 - December 9, 2000, and 11 AM – 1 PM from December 16, 2000 - March 3, 2001 . It included the following programs:

Super Saturday (2001–03)[edit]

Toonami's Saturday afternoon programming block ran from October 2001 to March 2003 from 1–3 PM, later changing to 1–4 PM in March 2002. It included the following programs:

Toonami (TOM3) Saturday Night (2004–08)[edit]

On April 17, 2004, Toonami was moved to Saturday nights 7-11PM with TOM's 3rd stint as the host. Miguzi would take over the former Toonami weekday space. On October 13, 2007, the schedule was reduced to 9–11 PM. Programs broadcast include the following:

Toonami lineups on Adult Swim (2012–present)[edit]

Following a sneak preview on April 1, 2012, Adult Swim began broadcasting Toonami on May 27, 2012 from 12–6 AM.

Adult Swim Toonami
Broadcast datesTimePrograms featuredSpecial programmingNotes and refs
April 1, 201212-6 AMBleach, Dragon Ball Z, Gundam Wing, Tenchi Muyo!, Outlaw Star, The Big O, Yu Yu Hakusho, Blue Submarine No. 6, Trigun, Astro Boy (1963), GigantorApril Fools 2012 edition
May 27, 2012-
July 2012
12-6 AMBleach, Deadman Wonderland, Casshern Sins, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG, Cowboy Bebopblock repeats at 3–6 AM[27]
August 5, 2012-
August 12, 2012
12-6 AMBleach, Deadman Wonderland, Casshern Sins, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Cowboy Bebopblock repeats at 3–6 AM
August 19, 2012-
September 2012
12-6 AMBleach, Samurai 7, Casshern Sins, Eureka Seven, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complexblock repeats at 3–6 AM[17][27][28]
October 6, 2012-
November 4, 2012
12-6 AMBleach, Samurai 7, Casshern Sins, Eureka Seven, Sym-Bionic Titan, ThunderCats (2011 TV series), Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (2 ep), Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2 ep), Cowboy Bebop (2 ep), Inuyasha (2 ep)programming expanded to 6-hour block[29][30][note 2]
November 11, 2012-
November 25, 2012
12-6 AMBleach, Tenchi Muyo! GXP, Samurai 7, ThunderCats (2011 TV series), Sym-Bionic Titan, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (2 ep), Cowboy Bebop (2 ep), Inuyasha (2 ep)
December 1, 2012-
December 8, 2012
12-6 AMBleach, Naruto, Tenchi Muyo! GXP, ThunderCats, Samurai 7, Sym-Bionic Titan, Eureka Seven, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Cowboy Bebop (2 ep), Inuyasha (2 ep)Naruto returns in uncut format.[13]
December 15, 2012-
February 10, 2013
12-6 AMBleach, Naruto, ThunderCats, Samurai 7, Sym-Bionic Titan, Eureka Seven, Tenchi Muyo! GXP, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Cowboy Bebop (2 ep), Inuyasha (2 ep)
February 17, 2013-
April 20, 2013
12-6 AMBleach, Naruto, Soul Eater, ThunderCats, Sym-Bionic Titan, Eureka Seven, Tenchi Muyo! GXP, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Cowboy Bebop (2 ep), Inuyasha (2 ep)[23]
April 27, 2013-
May 11, 2013
12-6 AMBleach, Naruto, Soul Eater, ThunderCats, IGPX, Eureka Seven, Tenchi Muyo! GXP, Sym-Bionic Titan, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Cowboy Bebop, Inuyasha (2 ep)[31]
May 18, 2013-
July 20, 2013
12-6 AMBleach, Naruto, One Piece, Soul Eater, IGPX, Eureka Seven, ThunderCats, Sym-Bionic Titan, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Cowboy Bebop, Inuyasha (2 ep)[32]
July 27, 2013-
August 10, 2013
12-6 AMBleach, Naruto, One Piece, Soul Eater, Sword Art Online, IGPX, Eureka Seven, The Big O (season 2), Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Cowboy Bebop, Inuyasha (2 ep)[note 3][6]
August 17, 2013-
October 19, 2013
12-6 AMBleach, Naruto, One Piece, Soul Eater, Sword Art Online, IGPX, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, The Big O, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Cowboy Bebop, Inuyasha (2 ep)[33][note 4][note 5][34][note 6][35]
October 26, 2013-
November 21, 2013
12-6 AMBleach, Naruto, One Piece, Soul Eater, Sword Art Online, FLCL, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, IGPX, Inuyasha (2 ep)
  • November 2: King Star King, Korgoth of Barbaria and Kick-Heart pilots air during Daylight Savings extra hour

In-flight movies:

[35]
January 4, 2014-
January 25, 2014
11:30 PM – 6 AMSpace Dandy, Bleach, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Soul Eater, Sword Art Online, FLCL,

Naruto, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, IGPX, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Inuyasha

[36][37]
February 1, 2014-
February 15, 2014
11:30 PM – 6 AMSpace Dandy, Bleach, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Soul Eater, Sword Art Online, Naruto, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Samurai Jack, IGPX, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Inuyasha
February 22, 2014-
March 1, 2014
11:30 PM – 6 AMSpace Dandy, Bleach, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Blue Exorcist, Soul Eater, Naruto, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Samurai Jack, IGPX, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Inuyasha
March 8, 2014-
March 15, 2014
11:30 PM – 6 AMSpace Dandy, Bleach, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Blue Exorcist, Soul Eater, Naruto, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Samurai Jack, IGPX, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Sym-Bionic Titan[38]
March 22, 2014-
April 26, 2014
11:30 PM – 6 AMSpace Dandy, Bleach, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Blue Exorcist, Black Lagoon, Naruto, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Samurai Jack, IGPX, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Sym-Bionic Titan[39]
May 3, 201411:30 PM – 6 AMAttack on Titan, Bleach, Space Dandy, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Blue Exorcist, Black Lagoon, Naruto, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Samurai Jack, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Sym-Bionic Titan[40]
May 10, 2014-
July 19, 2014
11:30 PM – 6 AMAttack on Titan, Bleach, Space Dandy, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Blue Exorcist, Black Lagoon, Beware the Batman, Naruto, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Samurai Jack, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Sym-Bionic Titan* May 24: Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge
* July 5: Extra episodes of Space Dandy for premiere of second season
[41][42][43][44]
July 26, 2014-
August 9, 2014
11:30 PM – 6 AMAttack on Titan, Bleach, Space Dandy, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Blue Exorcist, Beware the Batman, Black Lagoon, Naruto, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Cowboy Bebop, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Samurai Jack[45]
August 16, 2014-
September 6, 2014
11:30 PM - 6 AMAttack on Titan, Bleach, Space Dandy, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Gurren Lagann, Beware the Batman, Black Lagoon, Naruto, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Cowboy Bebop, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Samurai Jack* August 30: Attack on Titan marathon[1][46]
September 13, 2014-
September 27, 2014
11:30 PM - 6 AMAttack on Titan, Bleach, Space Dandy, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Gurren Lagann, Beware the Batman, Hellsing Ultimate, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Cowboy Bebop, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Samurai Jack* September 27: Beware the Batman marathon of remaining episodes[2][22]
October 4, 2014-
November 1, 2014
11:30 PM - 6 AMAttack on Titan, Bleach, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Gurren Lagann, Hellsing Ultimate, Space Dandy, Cowboy Bebop, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG, The Big O, Samurai Jack* November 1: Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge[22][12]
November 8, 201411:30 PM - 6 AMAttack on Titan, Dragon Ball Z Kai, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Gurren Lagann, Hellsing Ultimate, Space Dandy, Cowboy Bebop, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG, The Big O, Samurai Jack[12]
November 15, 2014-11:30 PM - 6 AMAttack on Titan, Dragon Ball Z Kai, Naruto Shippuden, One Piece, Gurren Lagann, Inuyasha: The Final Act, Bleach, Space Dandy, Cowboy Bebop, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG, The Big O, Samurai Jack

Featured movies:

[12][47][48]

Toonami special blocks[edit]

Some of the special blocks that have aired in Toonami during its run on Cartoon Network:

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b This is the program's premiere date on Cartoon Network's Toonami.
  2. ^ a b This is the program's premiere date on Adult Swim's Toonami.
  1. ^ a b c d e f g Airdates shown are per the block's start time. For Saturday late night shows (e.g. July 27, 2013) that were technically broadcast on Sunday morning (July 28, 2013), the date shown is for the Saturday night.
  2. ^ Inuyasha was added on November 4, 2012, during Daylight Savings hour.
  3. ^ Due to the expiration of its airing rights, ThunderCats was removed from the lineup and was replaced with Sword Art Online starting July 27, 2013. Sym-Bionic Titan was removed from the lineup, and replaced by The Big O.
  4. ^ Starting August 17, 2013, Eureka Seven was replaced by the 2008 series of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
  5. ^ Kick-Heart was a 15-minute episode broadcast on Adult Swim Toonami on August 31, 2013, following the Evangelion movie.
  6. ^ IGPX presented its finale on October 19, 2013, where it aired two episodes.

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