Rosso Rose wrote:There's still a lot of episodes to broadcast before they can do anything else. Doubt they'll have SARA on before the end of the year, let alone have ANY major success. It's unfortunate that Saturday night anime doesn't get appreciation due to the lack of it among the team working on Toonami.
JoJo the Animation might be perfect for this if it didn't have copyrighted names.
They're both good shows.
Anime News Network wrote:Turner Broadcasting System Asia announced on Tuesday that it will launch a multi-language Toonami channel in early 2013 across Southeast Asia.
Toonami, which is based on the same programming block on Cartoon Network, will be a 24-hour channel that Turner Broadcasting System Asia describes as "the ultimate home of the superhero." The channel will feature anime and animated action-adventure series. The official announcement noted that the channel's line-up will include Dragon Ball Z, along with other animated series such as Young Justice, and Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
Sunny Saha, the Senior Vice President and Managing Director for Entertainment Networks at Turner International Asia Pacific Limited, said, "our aim is to make Toonami a socially-charged, multiplatform experience for fans, by fans. We'll invite input from viewers on everything from programming to showcasing fan art submissions on-air and online."
Turner Broadcasting System Asia will also launch the Cartoonito channel that will feature animation catered to younger viewers aged 3-7.
Adult Swim, the cable and satellite network that is paired with Cartoon Network, relaunched its Toonami programming block in the United States in May. Cartoon Network had previously ended Toonami in 2008 after an 11-year run.
Rosso Rose wrote:Demarco announced that Toonami's getting expanded. Take a look at the schedule here for yourself:
12:00 a.m. Bleach
12:30 a.m. Samurai 7
1:00 a.m. Casshern Sins
1:30 a.m. Eureka 7
2:00 a.m. Sym-Bionic Titan
2:30 a.m. Thundercats
3:00 a.m. FMA Brotherhood
3:30 a.m. FMA Brotherhood
4:00 a.m. Ghost In The Shell
4:30 a.m. Ghost In The Shell
5:00 a.m. Cowboy Bebop
5:30 a.m. Cowboy Bebop
So new shows added to the line up as shown are Sym-Bionic Titan and ThunderCats. Bebop is now at the five o' clock hour with FMA and Ghost in the Shell on the 3 and 4 o' clock hour.
Sorry for the double post, but this is something significant. Symbiotic Titan was discontinued after a season, but with this announcement, is it likely that it will return again for another season?
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