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Upcoming programming

This is a list of upcoming programming on Cartoon Network, along with the year the show will premiere on Cartoon Network, and the rating.

Cartoon Network programming

Upcoming original animated series

  • Unicorn: Warriors Eternal (2021)
  • We Baby Bears (2022)
  • The Heroic Quest of the Valiant Prince Ivandoe (TBA)
  • Gross Girls (TBA)
  • Battu (TBA)
  • The Amazing World of Gumball: The Series (TBA)

Upcoming acquired series 

  • Aquaman: King of Atlantis (TBA)
  • Batman: Caped Crusader (TBA)
  • Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai (TBA)
  • Tiny Toons Looniversity (2022)
  • Jade Armor (2022)
  • Teen Titans Go! The Night Begins to Shine (TBA)
  • My Adventures with Superman (TBA)
  • Total Drama Island (revival) (TBA)
  • Tweety Mysteries (TBA)
  • Family Mash-Up (TBA)

Upcoming acquired series

  • Odo (2021)
  • Batwheels (TBA)
  • Unlimited Squirrels! (TBA)
  • Bugs Bunny Builders (TBA)
  • Tom and Jerry Time (TBA)
  • Ladybird Lu (TBA)
  • Dylan (TBA)
  • The Happos Family (TBA)

Music & Games on Toonami

Toonami had always been a haven for techno/electronica music throughout its history, using original compositions by an Atlanta-based composer Joe Boyd Vigil from 1997 to 2002, many of which were compiled in the CD Toonami: Deep Space Bass in 2001, which is now out of print. His webpage can be found . In 2003, DJ Clarknova took Toonami’s beats (both old and new) and mixed them with sound bites from recent Toonami and Adult Swim shows. This resulted in an hour-long compilation of Toonami remixes, called the Toonami Black Hole Megamix, but for unknown reasons was never published. However, the Megamix recently was hosted by Toonami Digital Arsenal, a popular unofficial Toonami multimedia site.

From 2003 to today, Toonami has relied on original and library tracks from various artists from publisher Ninja Tune. On rare occasions, videos from musicians like Daft Punk, The White Stripes, and the Gorillaz aired on the block.

Infrequently, Toonami will air reviews of video games. The review, delivered by TOM, is fairly short and airs during commercial breaks. Games are scored on a 1 — 10 system, 10 signifying an excellent game, 1 signifying a very poor game. (The score system was originally 1 — 5 until 2001.)

Only two games have received a «?» rating, «Dropship: United Peace Force» for the PlayStation 2 and «Slender» for the PC. In the «Dropship» review, TOM explained that he had no idea what to rate the game because he couldn’t get past the sixth level. This was accompanied by repeated footage of TOM losing on that level. The synopsis on Toonami Digital Arsenal reads «A robot is loses his mind over a video game. Hilarity ensues.» In the «Slender» review, TOM stated that he was too scared to even finish the game.

Toonami: Deep Space Bass

  1. Ignition (2:54)
  2. Gundams Are on Earth (Gundam Wing) (2:44)
  3. Anvil Snare Remix (Sailor Moon) (2:39)
  4. Dragon (Dragonball Z) (2:18)
  5. Information Leak (Gundam Wing) (2:39)
  6. Arabic (Dragonball Z) (2:37)
  7. D&B Remix (Midnight Run) (3:00)
  8. Depthcharge (Blue Sub) (5:32)
  9. Tension (Tenchi Muyo) (3:25)
  10. Prayer (3:36)
  11. Crashgroove (2:48)
  12. Puff&Bass (Powerpuff Girls) (2:39)
  13. Darknight (2:32)
  14. Starwind (Outlaw Star) (3:00)
  15. Capslock (Ronin Warriors) (2:31)
  16. Broken Promise (3:39)
  17. Walking Stick (2:47)
  18. Spacetime (6:24)

Latin America

In December 2, 2002, Toonami premiered on Cartoon Network Latin America, replacing a similarly themed block, Talisman. Toonami aired shows that were already on the lineup such as Dragon Ball Z, Gundam Wing, and Pokémon as well as served as the home of Inuyasha. Over the years, Toonami added shows like YuYu Hakusho and Saint Seiya, as well as the revamped versions of Cyborg 009 and Astro Boy. However, the block had to move to the late-night slots on CN Latin America due unknown reasons. Mexico moved Toonami to midnight in October 2003 while the rest of Latin America moved the block in November 2004.

In 2005, Toonami had short-lived weekend schedules, which were later replaced by the premiere of Adult Swim in Latin America (October 5, 2005).

In March 2006, Toonami revamped their lineup to include more adult-oriented series, such as Love Hina, taking advantage of the schedule and the refusal of anime on Adult Swim, as well as to compete against the anime channel Animax (now Sony Spin) for new anime series. In June 2006, Toonami premiered anime movies in two monthly variations: Dragon Ball Theatricals (which had 17 different Dragon Ball movies), and Toonami Movies (general animated action movies).

In January 2007, Cartoon Network cut Toonami completely. The movies were no longer aired, save those of Dragon Ball Z. After its cancellation in Latin America (March 26, 2007), the anime programming of the channel gradually vanished, currently the only anime which air on CN LA are Pokémon, Dragon Ball Z Kai and more recently Digimon Fusion (Xros Wars). As of January 2010, The block Animaction was created that’s transmitting on Wednesday evenings that passes action programming and anime programming. This block was removed in April 2011 in Latin America.

Programming

At the beginning of this era, the programming was largely the same as it was in the Powerhouse era. However, throughout 2004 and 2005, many of the original Cartoon Cartoons ended and were removed from the network. By the end of this era, the only Cartoon Cartoons to still be in production were The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Ed, Edd n Eddy, and Codename: Kids Next Door. On September 12, 2005, due to popular demand, CN re-introduced The Cartoon Cartoon Show, a half-hour program featuring episodes of older Cartoon Cartoons that were no longer shown regularly on the network. Cartoon Cartoons: The Top 5 was also revamped to include both newer CN Originals (such as Camp Lazlo and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends) and re-runs of older Cartoon Cartoons.

During this era, nearly all of Cartoon Network’s classic cartoon programming was relocated to its sister network, Boomerang, to make way for new shows. Only a few classics remained, such as Tom and Jerry and Looney Tunes.

The CN City era was the first era of Cartoon Network to air live-action programming, much to the chagrin of long-time fans. In November 2005, the network began airing live-action films for the first time in their history. Some of these films, such as Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Osmosis Jones, and The Pagemaster, combined 2D animation and live actors, while others, such as The Goonies, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Batman, and Men in Black, were fully live-action.

In 2006, more live-action made its way to the network. Zixx, a Canadian live-action series with CGI-elements, briefly aired on Saturday mornings beginning on January 21, and in April 2006, teen sitcom Saved by the Bell aired on Adult Swim for two weeks. The Yes! and Fall eras continued to push live-action on the network, culminating in the CN Real programming block of the Noods era.

  • The Powerpuff Girls (ended March 25, 2005)
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy
  • Codename: Kids Next Door
  • The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
  • Star Wars: Clone Wars (ended March 26, 2005)
  • Megas XLR (ended January 15, 2005)
  • Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends (premiered August 13, 2004)
  • Johnny Bravo (ended August 27, 2004)
  • Evil Con Carne (ended October 22, 2004)
  • Samurai Jack (ended September 25, 2004)
  • Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi (premiered November 19, 2004)
  • The Life and Times of Juniper Lee (premiered May 30, 2005)
  • Camp Lazlo (premiered July 8, 2005)
  • My Gym Partner’s a Monkey (premiered December 26, 2005)
  • Ben 10 (premiered December 27, 2005)

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Cartoon Network Original Series

Original animated series

No.

Name

1 The Moxy Show
2 Space Ghost: Coast to Coast
3 What a Cartoon!
4 Dexter’s Laboratory
5 Johnny Bravo
6 Cow and Chicken
7 I Am Weasel
8 The Powerpuff Girls
9 Ed, Edd n Eddy
10 Mike, Lu & Og
11 Courage the Cowardly Dog
12 Sheep in the Big City
13 Time Squad
14 Samurai Jack
15 Grim & Evil
16 Whatever Happened to… Robot Jones?
17 Codename: Kids Next Door
18 The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
19 Evil Con Carne
20 Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003 TV series)
21 Megas XLR
22 Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends
23 Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
24 The Life and Times of Juniper Lee
25 Camp Lazlo
26 Sunday Pants
27 My Gym Partner’s a Monkey
28 Ben 10
29 Squirrel Boy
30 Class of 3000
31 Chowder
32 Transformers: Animated
33 Ben 10: Alien Force
34 The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack
35 The Secret Saturdays
36 Adventure Time
37 Ben 10: Ultimate Alien
38 Generator Rex
39 Regular Show
40 Sym-Bionic Titan
41 Robotomy
42 The Problem Solverz
43 The Amazing World of Gumball
44 Secret Mountain Fort Awesome
45 Ben 10: Omniverse
46 Uncle Grandpa
47 Steven Universe
48 Mixels
49 Clarence
50 Over the Garden Wall
51 We Bare Bears
52 Long Live the Royals
53 The Powerpuff Girls (2016 series)
54 Mighty Magiswords (full series)
55 Ben 10 (2016 series)
56 OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes
57 Apple & Onion
58 Craig of the Creek
59 Summer Camp Island
60 Victor and Valentino
61 Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart
62 Infinity Train
63 Steven Universe Future
64 Elliott from Earth
65 The Fungies!
66 Tig n’ Seek

Original live-action series

No.

Name

Rating

Premiere Date

End Date

No. of Episodes

1 The Othersiders TV-PG June 17, 2009 October 30, 2009
2 BrainRush TV-PG June 20, 2009 July 22, 2009
3 Destroy Build Destroy TV-PG August 19, 2009 September 21, 2011
4 Dude, What Would Happen TV-PG August 19, 2009 September 21, 2011
5 Bobb’e Says TV-PG August 19, 2009 September 23, 2009 6
6 Tower Prep TV-PG-V October 16, 2010 December 28, 2010
7 Level Up TV-PG-V January 24, 2012 February 19, 2013
8 Gon (2012-2013) TV-PG April 2, 2012 March 25, 2013 ]
9 Incredible Crew TV-PG January 24, 2013 April 11, 2013 13

Current programming

This is a list of currently running/rerunning programming on Cartoon Network, along with the year the show premiered on Cartoon Network, and the rating.

Cartoon Network programming

Original programming

  • Apple & Onion (2018–present) (TV-Y7)
  • Craig of the Creek (2018–present) (TV-Y7)
  • Victor and Valentino (2019–present) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart (2019–present) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • Elliott from Earth (2021–present) (TV-Y7)
  • The Fungies! (2021-present) (TV-Y7)
  • Tig n’ Seek (2021-present) (TV-Y7/TV-PG)

Acquired programming

  • Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu (2011–present) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • Teen Titans Go! (2013–present) (TV-PG)
  • Total DramaRama (2018–present) (TV-Y7)
  • Bakugan Battle Planet (2018–present) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • DC Super Hero Girls (2019–present) (TV-PG)
  • Looney Tunes Cartoons (2021-present) (TV-PG)
  • Jellystone! (2021-present) (TV-G)

Reruns of ended programming

  • The Amazing World of Gumball (2011–2019, 2019-present) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • We Bare Bears (2015-2019, 2019-2020, 2021-present) (TV-Y7)

Cartoonito programming

Acquired programming

  • Care Bears: Unlock the Magic (2019, 2021-present) (TV-Y7)
  • Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go (2021-present) (TV-Y)
  • Mush-Mush and the Mushables (2021-present) (TV-Y)
  • Pocoyo (2021-present) (TV-Y)
  • Esme & Roy (2021-present) (TV-Y)
  • Lucas the Spider (2021-present) (TV-Y)
  • Love Monster (2021-present) (TV-Y7)

Reruns of ended programming

  • Baby Looney Tunes (2002–2009, 2015-2016, 2021-present) (TV-Y)
  • Caillou (1997-2010, 2021-present) (TV-Y)
  • Bing (2014-2019, 2021-present) (TV-Y)

Оформление

Логотипы

Телеканал сменил 2 логотипа. Нынешний — 3-й по счёту.

Первый логотип (1 октября 1992 — 13 июня 2004)

Первый логотип — другой шрифт

Первый логотип со Скуби-Ду (использовался в 1998-2006 годах)

Второй логотип (14 июня 2004 — 28 мая 2010)

Вариант второго логотипа с дополнительными градиентами

Третий логотип (29 мая 2010 — настоящее время)

Вариант современного логотипа (используется в анонсах)

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Вариант современного логотипа с другим шрифтом (используется на продаваемой в магазинах продукции)

Новогодний логотип (2010-2014)

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Новогодний логотип (2014-2017)

Новогодний логотип (2017-2019)

Третий логотип со восклицательным знаком (используется во время премьерах)

Новогодний логотип со восклицательным знаком (2017-2019) (используется во время премьерах)

Characters by TV show

  • 2 Stupid Dogs — Big Dog
  • The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers — Adi Adrenalini
  • Atomic Betty — Minimus P.U.
  • Ben 10 — Ben Tennyson, Gwen Tennyson, Max Tennyson, Wildmutt, Four Arms, Grey Matter, XLR8, Heatblast
  • Camp Lazlo — Lazlo, Raj, Clam, Scoutmaster Lumpus, Slinkman, Edward Platypus, Chip, Skip, Samson Clogmeyer, Patsy Smiles, Nina Neckerly, Gretchen, Almondine, Jane Doe, Lemmings, Dave, Ping Pong, Amber
  • Class of 3000 — Sunny Bridges, Lil’ D, Tamika Jones, Kim Chin, Kam Chin, Philly Phil, Eddie Phillip James Lawrence III, Madison Spaghettini Papadopoulos
  • Codename: Kids Next Door — Numbuh 1, Numbuh 2, Numbuh 3, Numbuh 4, Numbuh 5
  • Courage the Cowardly Dog — Courage, Eustace Bagge, Muriel Bagge, Weremole, Errol Van Volkheim, Evil Eggplants, Le Quack
  • Cow and Chicken — Cow, The Red Guy
  • The Cramp Twins — Wayne Cramp
  • Dexter’s Laboratory — Dexter, Dee Dee, Mandark, Dad, Mom, Shock-Bot, Early Robot, Krunk
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy — Ed, Edd, Eddy, Jonny 2×4, Plank, Jimmy, Lee, May, Marie, Rolf, Nazz
  • Evil Con Carne — Major Dr. Ghastly, Boskov, Enrique Jr.
  • The Flintstones — Betty Rubble, Bamm-Bamm Rubble, Dino
  • Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends — Mac, Bloo, Eduardo, Wilt, Coco, Frankie Foster, Mr. Herriman, Madame Foster, Cheese, Duchess, Terrence, Extremesaur, Uncle Pockets, Berry, George Mucus, Belly Bob Norton, Mabel Licorice, Boris the Florist, Moptop, Pinecone Cola, Pokey Toehair, Sassyfrass, The Tortoise in the Air, Chester n’ Nester, Rodney Squiddlebeak
  • The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy — Grim, Billy, Mandy, Irwin, Harold, Milkshakes, Ms. Eleanor Butterbean, Saliva
  • Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi — Ami Onuki, Yumi Yoshimura, Kaz Harada, Jang Keng, Tekirai, Harmony
  • Hong Kong Phooey — Hong Kong Phooey
  • The Huckleberry Hound Show — Huckleberry Hound
  • I Am Weasel — I.M. Weasel, I.R. Baboon
  • The Jetsons — Jane Jetson, Judy Jetson, Astro
  • Johnny Bravo — Johnny Bravo, Bunny Bravo, Little Suzy, Pops, Carl Chryniszzswics
  • Justice League — Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Hawkgirl, Martian Manhunter, Aquaman
  • The Life and Times of Juniper Lee — Juniper Lee, Ray Ray Lee, Michael Lee, Barbara Lee, Monroe, Ophelia Ramirez, Marcus Conner, Jody Irwin, Dennis Lee, Loki, Leprechaun
  • Looney Tunes
    • Duck Dodgers — Duck Dodgers, The Eager Young Space Cadet, The Martian Commander, Queen Tyr’ahnee, Star Johnson
    • The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries — Hector the Bulldog
  • Megas XLR — Coop Cooplowski, Jamie, Kiva Andru, Goat
  • ¡Mucha Lucha! — Rikochet, The Flea
  • My Gym Partner’s a Monkey — Jake Spidermonkey, Adam Lyon, Slips Python, Lupe Toucan, Ingrid Giraffe, Windsor Gorilla, Principal Poncherello Pixiefrog, Coach Tiffany Gills, Latanya Hippo, Margaret Rhino, Joanie Ox, Bull Sharkowski, Mr. Cyrus Q. Hornbill, Lacey Badger, Gregory Lion, Phineas Porpoise, Octavius Octopus, Stephen Koala, Bailey Camel
  • The Powerpuff Girls — Blossom, Bubbles, Buttercup, Professor Utonium, Mayor of Townsville, Sara Bellum, Ms. Keane, Mojo Jojo, Fuzzy Lumpkins, Him, Amoeba Boys, Princess Morbucks, Gangreen Gang, Brick, Boomer, Butch, Talking Dog, Elmer Sglue, Julie Bean, Susie Jenkins, Clara, Kristen
  • The Quick Draw McGraw Show — Quick Draw McGraw
  • Robotboy — Robotboy, Tommy Turnbull, Gus Bachman Turner, Lola Mbola, Dr. Kamikazi, Constantine, Donnie Turnbull, Bambi, Ambassador Mbola
  • Samurai Jack — Jack, Aku
  • Sheep in the Big City — Lady Virginia Richington, Swanky the Poodle, The Angry Scientist
  • Squirrel Boy — Rodney J. Squirrel, Andy Johnson, Bob Johnson
  • Teen Titans — Robin, Cyborg, Starfire, Beast Boy, Raven
  • Time Squad — Otto Osworth, Larry 3000, Buck Tuddrussel
  • Tom and Jerry — Tom Cat, Jerry Mouse, Spike the Bulldog
  • Top Cat — Top Cat, Benny the Ball, Choo-Choo, Brain, Fancy-Fancy, Spook, Officer Dibble
  • Scooby-Doo
    • What’s New, Scooby-Doo? — Scooby-Doo, Shaggy Rogers, Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley
    • Classic Scooby-Doo — Scrappy-Doo, Creeper, Ghost of Redbeard, Charlie the Funland Robot, Spooky Space Kook, Black Knight, Phantom Shadow, Wolfman, Zombie, Mummy of Ankha
  • Wacky Races — Penelope Pitstop
  • Whatever Happened to… Robot Jones? — Robot Jones, Lenny Yogman
  • Xiaolin Showdown — Omi, Kimiko, Raimundo
  • The Yogi Bear Show — Ranger Smith, Cindy Bear

Original movies

Made-for-TV films

  • Dexter’s Laboratory: Ego Trip (December 10, 1999) (TV-G)
  • The Flintstones: On the Rocks (November 3, 2001) (TV-G)
  • The Powerpuff Girls: ‘Twas the Fight Before Christmas (October 7, 2003) (TV-Y7)
  • Party Wagon (February 27, 2004) (TV-G)
  • Codename: Kids Next Door: Operation Z.E.R.O. (August 11, 2006) (TV-Y7)
  • Class of 3000: Home (November 3, 2006) (TV-Y7)
  • Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends: Good Wilt Hunting (November 23, 2006) (TV-Y7)
  • Re-Animated (December 8, 2006) (TV-PG)
  • My Gym Partner’s a Monkey: The Big Field Trip (January 14, 2007) (TV-Y7)
  • Camp Lazlo: Where’s Lazlo? (February 18, 2007) (TV-Y7)
  • Billy & Mandy’s Big Boogey Adventure (March 30, 2007) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy: Wrath of the Spider Queen (July 6, 2007) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix (August 10, 2007) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • Ben 10: Race Against Time (November 21, 2007) (TV-PG-V)
  • Codename: Kids Next Door: Operation: I.N.T.E.R.V.I.E.W.S. (January 21, 2008) (TV-Y7)
  • My Gym Partner’s a Monkey: Animal School Musical (May 25, 2008) (TV-Y7)
  • The Secret Saturdays: The Kur Stone (October 4, 2008) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • Underfist: Halloween Bash (October 12, 2008) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends: Destination Imagination (November 27, 2008) (TV-Y7)
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy’s Big Picture Show (November 8, 2009) (TV-Y7)
  • Ben 10: Alien Swarm (November 25, 2009) (TV-PG-V)
  • Firebreather (November 24, 2010) (TV-PG-V)
  • Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood (November 20, 2011)
  • Level Up (November 23, 2011) (TV-PG-V)
  • Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens (March 23, 2012) (TV-Y7-FV)

Theatrical films

  • The Powerpuff Girls Movie (July 3, 2002) (theatrical: PG; television: TV-PG)
  • Regular Show: The Movie (November 25, 2015) (limited theatrical: PG; television: TV-PG-V)

Online Video Services

On March 26, 2001, Cartoon Network launched Toonami Reactor, their first online streaming video service. The three-month service featured streaming episodes from Dragon Ball Z and Star Blazers, the latter of which was an online-exclusive series. Editorial content was provided by the now-defunct Animerica Magazine, published by VIZ Media. After the three-month «trial run» was over, Cartoon Network took it offline and completely revamped it.
On November 14, 2001 , Cartoon Network relaunched Toonami Reactor with all online-exclusive programs such as Star Blazers, Patlabor, The Harlock Saga, and Record of Lodoss War as well as videos from Daft Punk and Toonami-themed games. In the summer of 2002, Toonami Reactor was revamped again under the Adult Swim aegis and, with a joint venture with VIZ’s Weekly Shonen Jump, programmed it as Adult Swim Pipeline.{C}{C
On April 25, 2006, a little over five years since the launch of the now-defunct Toonami Reactor, Cartoon Network and VIZ Media announced plans to launch Toonami Jetstream , a new ad-supported streaming video service featuring Toonami series like Naruto, Samurai Jack, Megas XLR and IGPX and the internet webcast premieres of Hikaru no Go, MÄR, The Prince of Tennis, MegaMan Star Force, MegaMan NT Warrior and Zoids: Genesis, the latter two of which haven’t premiered as of March 2007.
Toonami Jetstream launched on July 17, 2006 (after a brief unofficial sneak preview that began on July 14), and currently shows Naruto, Samurai Jack, Hikaru no Go, MÄR, Prince of Tennis, Zatch Bell!, Pokémon, Star Wars: Clone Wars, Mega Man Star Force, and Dragon Ball.

On January 30, 2009, Toonami Jetstream ended its run. Since then, many of the shows aired until cancellation now currently air on Cartoon Network Video on its main web site.

Bumpers

An overhead view of the city.

In this era, CN debuted an updated version of its original logo (with the checkerboard motif retained and the «C» and «N» blocks being the centerpiece, with «CARTOON NETWORK» spelled out below them) and a new slogan, «This is Cartoon Network!» The bumpers introduced as part of the re-brand featured 2D cartoon characters from its shows interacting in a CGI city composed of sets from their shows.

Bumpers were a big part of the CN City era’s appeal. This was mostly due to the music, scenery, and the individual stories of each bumper (which ranged from a sixty-second bumper of the CN logo on a billboard to Juniper Lee trying to beat the Powerpuff Girls to the subway). There were many different sets and themes for the bumpers including the subway, movie theater, city hall, daytime, nighttime, Easter, Halloween, Christmas, and Summer.

The Now/Then bumpers in this era were vastly different to those featured in the Powerhouse era. The plain blue and purple backgrounds of that era were replaced with CGI sets of locations in the City. White discs showed characters from the show that was on now, next (rarely), then, and (rarely) later. The music in these bumpers was jazz and techno-oriented, cycling between daytime and nighttime. The announcer for these bumps was Nikki, a then-16-year-old voice actress from Atlanta, Georgia. In late 2005, Nikki was replaced as announcer in the evening Now/Then bumpers by CN characters, such as Billy, Bloo, Raj, Monroe, Ami and Numbuh 1.

One of the more notable periods of CN City was Cartoon Network Summer in 2005. In the CN universe, it was a party that lasted from day to night, featuring a signature theme song and programming that introduced several «modern classics» such as Camp Lazlo and The Life and Times of Juniper Lee.

Pilots

See also: What a Cartoon! shorts

This is a list of pilots on Cartoon Network, along with the year the pilot premiered on Cartoon Network, and the rating.

Successful pilots

  • Kenny and the Chimp in «Diseasy Does It!» (1998) (TV-Y7)
  • Mike, Lu & Og in «Crash Lancelot» (1998) (TV-Y7)
  • The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy: Meet the Reaper (1999) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • Sheep in the Big City: In the Baa-ginning (2000) (TV-Y7)
  • Whatever Happened to Robot Jones? (2000) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • Kids Next Door: No P in the OOL (2001) (TV-Y7)
  • LowBrow (2002) (TV-Y7)
  • Uncle Grandpa (2008) (TV-PG)
  • Regular Show (2009) (TV-PG)
  • Level Up (2011) (TV-PG-V)
  • Steven Universe (2013) (TV-PG)
  • Clarence (2013) (TV-PG)
  • Tome of the Unknown (2013) (TV-PG)
  • Lakewood Plaza Turbo (2013) (TV-Y7-FV)
  • Long Live the Royals (2014) (TV-PG)
  • We Bare Bears (2014) (TV-Y7)
  • Apple & Onion (2015) (TV-PG)
  • Summer Camp Island  (2016) (TV-Y7)
  • Infinity Train (2016) (TV-G)
  • Victor and Valentino (2016) (TV-PG)
  • The Fancies (2017)
  • Tiggle Winks (2017)
  • Craig of the Creek (2017) (TV-Y7)

Failed pilots

  • Thrillseekers: Putt ‘n’ Perish (1999)
  • King Crab: Space Crustacean (1999)
  • Foe Paws (2000)
  • Longhair and Doubledome: Good Wheel Hunting (2000)
  • Lost Cat (2000)
  • Lucky Lydia in «Club Lydia» (2000)
  • Nikki (2000)
  • Prickles the Cactus (2000)
  • Trevor! in «Journey to Sector 5-G» (2000)
  • Uncle Gus: For the Love of Monkeys (2000)
  • Captain Sturdy: Back in Action (2001)
  • Ferret and Parrot (2001)
  • IMP, Inc. (2001)
  • A Kitty Bobo Show: Cellphones (2001)
  • Major Flake (2001)
  • My Freaky Family (2001)
  • Swaroop (2001)
  • Utica Cartoon (2001)
  • Yee Hah & Doo Dah in «Bronco Breakin’ Boots» (2001)
  • Bagboy! (2002)
  • Colin Versus the World (2002)
  • Commander Cork (2002) (TV-Y7)
  • Fungus Among Us (2002)
  • Jeffrey Cat (2002)
  • Longhair and Doubledome: Where There’s Smoke, There’s Bob (2002)
  • Maktar (2002) (TV-G)
  • Private Eye Princess (2002) (TV-Y7)
  • Korgoth of Barbaria (2006) (TV-MA-V)
  • Plastic Man (2006)
  • Welcome to Wackamo (2006)
  • Zoot Rumpus (2006)
  • Diggs Tailwagger: Galactic Rover (2007)
  • What’s Wrong with Ruth? (2007)
  • Little Rikke (2008)
  • Spang Ho! (2009)
  • 3 Dog Band (2010) (TV-PG)
  • Baloobaloob’s Fun Park (2010) (TV-PG)
  • Danger Planet (2010) (TV-PG)
  • Joey to the World (2010) (TV-14)
  • Le Door (2010) (TV-PG)
  • Maruined (2010) (TV-PG)
  • Meddlen Meddows (2010) (TV-PG)
  • Spleenstab (2010) (TV-PG)
  • Stockboys of The Apocalypse (2010) (TV-PG)
  • The Awesome Chronicles of Manny and Khan (2010) (TV-PG)
  • The Borneos (2010) (TV-PG)
  • YES (2010) (TV-PG)

Shows that appeared in the bumpers

  • 2 Stupid Dogs (Big Dog appeared in the fire hydrant bumper)
  • Ben 10
  • Camp Lazlo
  • Class of 3000 (as part of the Yes! era)
  • Codename: Kids Next Door
  • Courage the Cowardly Dog
  • Cow and Chicken (Cow appeared splashing milk with Mac and Bloo and also on a billboard as well as the hide and seek bumper and The Red Guy appeared eating ice cream with Mandy and also on a billboard)
  • The Cramp Twins (most characters only appear on posters and screens; Wayne appeared in the window bumper)
  • Dexter’s Laboratory
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy
  • Evil Con Carne (most characters only appear on a banner; Ghastly appeared driving a car in the introduction bumper, the generic bumpers and the Crosswalk bumper, Hector and Boskov appear in the hide and seek bumper, the Crosswalk bumper and the Summer 2005 bumpers, and Enrique Jr. appeared in the fire hydrant bumper)
  • The Flintstones (most characters only appear on playing cards; Betty and Bamm-Bamm appear in the hide and seek bumper, and Dino appeared in the fire hydrant bumper, the hide and seek bumper and the Cartoon Musical bumper)
  • Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends
  • The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
  • Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
  • Hong Kong Phooey (Phooey appeared in the hide and seek bumper)
  • The Huckleberry Hound Show (Huck appeared in the fire hydrant bumper)
  • I Am Weasel (Weasel appeared in the hide and seek bumper and I.R. appeared in the hide and seek bumper and the pizza bumper)
  • The Jetsons (most characters only appear on playing cards; Jane and Judy appear in the hide and seek bumper, and Astro appeared in the Cartoon Musical bumper and the hide and seek bumper)
  • Johnny Bravo
  • Justice League
  • The Life and Times of Juniper Lee
  • Looney Tunes (characters only appear on signs, magazine covers, mailboxes, postage stamps, groceries, and posters)
    • Duck Dodgers
    • The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries (Hector appeared in the fire hydrant bumper)
  • Megas XLR
  • My Gym Partner’s a Monkey
  • The Powerpuff Girls

    Powerpuff Girls Z (Japan only)

  • The Quick Draw McGraw Show (Quick Draw appeared in the hide and seek bumper)
  • Robotboy
  • Samurai Jack
  • Sheep in the Big City (The Angry Scientist, Lady Richington and Swanky appear in the hide and seek bumper)
  • Squirrel Boy (as part of the Yes! era)
  • Teen Titans
  • Time Squad (most characters only appear on posters, groceries and signs; appear in the Summer 2005 bumpers and the hide and seek bumper and Otto appeared in Santa Eustace bumper)
  • Tom and Jerry
  • Top Cat (T.C., Benny, Choo-Choo, Brain, Fancy-Fancy, Spook, and Officer Dibble all appear in the hide and seek bumper)
  • Wacky Races (Penelope appeared on a calendar)
  • What’s New, Scooby-Doo?
  • Whatever Happened to… Robot Jones? (most characters only appear on posters; Robot appeared in the hide and seek bumper and the Summer 2005 bumpers and Lenny appeared in the hide and seek bumper)
  • The Yogi Bear Show (Ranger Smith and Cindy appear in the hide and seek bumper)

Non-Cartoon Network

  • The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers (Adi appeared in the Shooting Target bumper)
  • Atomic Betty (Minimus appeared in the Cartoon Musical bumper and the Summer 2005 bumpers)
  • Jackie Chan Adventures (Jackie’s last name only mentioned on a building)
  • Krypto the Superdog (characters only appear on screens, posters, and traffic lights)
  • ¡Mucha Lucha! (characters only appear on posters and a sign; Rikochet and the Flea appear in the Movement Ink bumper)
  • Pokémon (characters only appear on screens, posters, traffic lights, and a magazine cover)
  • Totally Spies! (characters only appear on a poster and a building)
  • Xiaolin Showdown (Omi, Kimiko, and Raimundo all appeared in the school bumper)
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! (characters only appeared on screens, posters, traffic lights, and a magazine cover)