Original Programming Edit

Original productions Edit

All works listed are animated TV series produced by Hanna-Barbera/Cartoon Network Studios, unless otherwise noted

Upcoming productions Edit

Specials, films, shorts, and notable pilots Edit

Foreign-affiliate produced series/films and co-productions Edit

  • Fat Dog Mendoza (CN Europe; 1998-2001) British production. Only aired in Europe.
  • The Cramp Twins (CN Europe; 2001-2006) British/American/Canadian co-production.
  • Spaced Out (CN Europe; 2002-2005) French/Canadian/British co-production. Only aired in Europe and Canada.
  • Youri, the Spaceman (CN Europe, 2002) French/Chinese/British co-production. Only aired in Europe. Five of the episodes are examples of lost media.
  • IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix (CN US; 2003; 2005-2006) American/Japanese co-production.
  • Staraoke (CN Finland; 2003-2011 ; 2009 ) Finnish co-production. Animated Game Show. Only Aired in European Countries
  • The Adventures of Tenali Raman (CN India; 2003)  Indian co-production. Only aired in India.
  • Santo vs The Clones (CN Latin America; 2004) note Latin America co-production. Only aired in Mexico.
  • Jungle Tales (CN India; 2004) note 
  • Robotboy (CN Europe; 2005-2008)note French/British co-production.
  • Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs (CN Europe; 2005-2008)note European co-production. TV Series
  • The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers (CN UK; 2005-2007) note British Co-production.
  • Gerald McBoing-Boing (CN US; 2005-2007) note Canadian Co-production.
  • Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z (CN Japan; 2006-2007)note Japanese production. Only aired in the Asia-Pacific region.
  • Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes (CN Europe; 2006-2007)note 
  • Skatoony (CN Europe and CN Arabic; 2006-2008)note UK and MENA versions, respectively. Animated Game Show.
  • Storm Hawks (CN US; 2007-2009)note Canadian/American co-production.
  • George of the Jungle (CN US; 2007-2009)note 
  • My Spy Family (CN Europe; 2007-2010)note Live-action series. Only aired in Europe.
  • The New Adventures of Hanuman (CN India; 2007) note Indian co-production. TV Spin-off Series. Only aired in India
  • The Mr. Men Show (CN US; 2008-2009)note British/American co-production.
  • Chop Socky Chooks (CN Europe; 2008)note British/Canadian co-production.
  • Crime Time (CN India; 2008)note Indian co-production. Only aired in India
  • Hero: 108 (CN Europe; 2010-2012)note American/Canadian/British/French/Irish/Chinese/Taiwanese co-production.
  • Roll No. 21 (CN India; 2010-present) note Indian co-production. Only airs in India
  • La CQ (CN Latin America; 2012–14) note Mexican/Venezuelan co-production.
  • Exchange Student Zero (CN Australia; 2012; 2015)note Australian production. Airs only in the Asia-Pacific region.
  • Action Dad (CN Brazil; 2012) note Brazilian co-production. Only airs in Brazil and France.
  • Sons of Ram (CN India; 2012) note Indian co-production. Only airs in India.
  • Chakra: The Invincible (CN India; 2013) note 
  • Mansour (CN Arabic; 2013) note Arabian co-production. Only airs in Arabian countries.
  • Jorel's Brother (CN Latin America, 2014-present)note Brazilian production. Only airs in Latin America.
  • Monster Beach (CN Australia; 2014; 2019-present)note 
  • Kral Şakir (CN Turkey; 2016 - present) note Turkish production. Only airs in Latin America and Arabian Countries.
  • Villainous (CN Latin America, 2017-present)note Mexican production. Only airs in T.
  • Lamput (CN India; 2017-present)note Indian co-production. Airs only in Europe and Asia-Pacific region.
  • The Heroic Quest of the Valiant Prince Ivandoe (CN Nordic; 2017)note  Danish/British co-production. Airs only in Europe and Denmark.
  • Oswaldo

Licensed Video Games Edit

Other original projects Edit

  • B Happy: Part of a collection of Web Premiere Toons featured on Cartoon Network's website starting in 1999.
  • The Bremen Avenue Experience: One of several "Wedgies", which were shorts that were (wedged between programming from 2008 to 2010. BAE, produced by CN Europe, was one of the most popular of these.
  • Cartoon Network Groovies: A collection of original music videos featuring Cartoon Network characters, from the older Looney Tunes and Hanna-Barbera characters to their original ones.
  • The Intruder: A 2000 Toonami micro-series that served as a transition between the TOM 1 and TOM 2-eras of the block.
  • CN City: Cartoon Network's fourth on-air brand identity, utilized during the mid-2000s. Ad bumpers depicted characters from shows both past and present interacting in the titular city, which was a mash-up of the various settings of said shows.note 
  • The Scooby-Doo Project: A series of shorts parodying The Blair Witch Project aired during a Scooby Doo marathon in October 1999, with the shorts aired together as a special a month later.
  • Toon Heads: A documentary series on The Golden Age of Animation, with each episode airing shorts around a specific theme (like "the Stone Age before The Flintstones did it"). Would occasionally air rare and controversial shorts, such as a collection of World War II cartoons. The planned series finale was a special centered on 12 Bugs Bunny cartoons featuring the rabbit fighting antagonists that were racial caricatures, but it was ultimately pulled and shelved.
  • VBirds: A short-lived virtual animated band (think Gorillaz or Hatsune Miku) created by Cartoon Network UK in 2003.

Acquired programming Edit

Warner Bros. Edit

Hanna-Barbera Edit

Canadian productions Edit

  • Almost Naked Animals
  • Atomic Betty Channel Hop to The Hub
  • Best Ed
  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs The TV series.
  • Detentionaire Only on digital streaming service.
  • Fresh TV
    • 6teen
    • Total Drama
      • Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race Considered as the seventh season of "Total Drama".
      • Total DramaRama
    • Stōked Only the first 22 episodes were broadcast in the United States.
    • Grojband Ran on television before become only available on the digital streaming service.
  • League of Super Evil
  • Matt Hatter Chronicles Only on Arabian and Indian Countries.
  • Metajets
  • Rescue Heroes
  • Scaredy Squirrel
  • Sidekick
  • Spliced
  • Supernoobs
  • Wishfart Only on UK and Ireland.

Japanese anime Edit

Asterisked shows [also] aired outside the Toonami and Midnight Run programming blocks
  • .hack//SIGN
    • .hack//Legend of the Twilight
  • Astro Boy note Only the 2003 series aired on CN "proper", with [adult swim] airing the 1963 show.
  • B-Daman Crossfire
    • Battle B-Damannote India Only
  • Bakugan*
    • Bakugan: Battle Planet*
  • Beyblade
    • Metal Fight Beyblade*
    • Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G*
  • The Big O
  • Blue Dragon
  • Blue Submarine No. 6
  • Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo
  • Capeta note India Only
  • Captain Tsubasa note Only in Latin America.
  • Cardcaptor Sakura
  • Cyborg 009 note Only the 2001 series.
  • Digimonnote India only
  • Dinobreaker*
  • Doraemon note Only in Europe.
  • Dragon Ball
    • Dragon Ball Z*
    • Dragon Ball GT
  • Duel Masters
  • Eyeshield 21 note Only five episodes on online streaming service Toonami Jetstream.
  • G-Force: Guardians of Space
  • Gonnote India only
  • Gundam
    • Mobile Suit Gundam Wing
    • Mobile Suit Gundam
    • Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team
    • Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket
    • Mobile Fighter G Gundam
    • SD Gundam Force
    • Mobile Suit Gundam SEED
  • Hamtaro*
  • Harlock Saga note On Toonami Reactor streaming service.
  • Heidi Girlofthe Alpsnote India only
  • Hikaru no Go note Toonami Jetstream.
  • Inazuma Elevennote Anime Version. India only
  • Inuyasha
  • Kaiketsu Zororinote Anime Series. India Only
  • Kiba note Toonami Jetstream.
  • Kinnikumannote India only
  • Kiteretsu Daihyakkanote India only
  • The Legend of Snow Whitenote India only
  • MÄR
  • Martian Successor Nadesico*
  • Mix Master: King of Cardsnote Anime Series. Asian Countries only
  • Mega Man Star Force note Toonami Jetstream.
  • Naruto*
  • Ninja Senshi Tobikage
  • One Piece note Channel Hop from 4KidsTV; aired both the 4Kids' and FUNimation dubs.
  • Outlaw Star
  • Patlabor note Toonami Reactor.
  • Pecola
  • Pokémon* note Channel Hop from Kids' WB!; reruns starting in 2002, new episodes aired from 2007-2017.
  • The Prince of Tennis
  • Ranma ½ note Only in Latin America.
  • Rave Master*
  • Record of Lodoss War note Toonami Reactor.
  • Robotech
  • Ronin Warriors
  • Rurouni Kenshin
  • Saint Seiya
  • Sailor Moon
  • Scan 2 Go
  • Sonic Xnote India only
  • Space Battleship Yamato note Aired under the name Star Blazers.
  • Speed Racer*
  • Tamagotchi: The Movie note In the Philippines only.
    • Tamagotchi: Happiest Story in the Universe! note In the Philippines only.
  • Tenchi Muyo!
    • Tenchi Universe
    • Tenchi in Tokyo
  • Tenkai Knights
  • Tokyo Mew Mew note Only in Latin America.
  • Trouble Chocolatenote India only
  • Voltron
  • Yu-Gi-Oh!*
    • Yu-Gi-Oh! GX
    • Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
  • Yu Yu Hakusho
  • Zatch Bell!*
  • Zoids
    • Zoids: New Century
    • Zoids: Chaotic Century

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