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The following is the complete list of lineups that were broadcast on Cartoon Network's weekday afternoon Toonami block from March 17, 1997 to April 16, 2004. See Toonami Lineups: Fridays (1997-2004) for Friday lineups that differed from the Monday-Thursday schedule. See Toonami Lineups: Saturdays (1997-1998) for the Saturday Toonami block that aired from 1997 to 1998.

Toonami Lineups (1997-2004)
1997-1998
March 17, 1997 - January 9, 1998 January 12 - March 6 March 9-13 March 16 - May 1
May 4-29 June 1 - July 24 July 27 - August 28 August 31 - October 2
October 5, 1998 - January 21, 1999
1999
October 5, 1998 - January 21, 1999 January 25-27 January 28 February 1 - March 12
March 15 - May 21 May 23 May 24-28 May 29
May 31 - September 10 September 13 September 14-24 September 27, 1999 - February 18, 2000
2000
September 27, 1999 - February 18, 2000 February 21 February 22 - March 3 March 6-24
March 27 - April 7 April 8-9 April 10 - May 5 May 8 - June 30 July 3-10
July 11 July 12-18 July 19 July 20 - August 4
August 7-24 August 25-31 September 1 September 4-29 October 2-9
October 10 October 11-17 October 18 October 19 - November 3
November 6-9 November 13-28 November 29 - December 12 December 13-28
2001
January 1 January 1-11 January 12 January 15-19 January 22
January 23-29 January 30 January 31 - February 13 February 14
February 15-16 February 19 - March 8 March 12 March 13-29 April 2-25
April 26 - May 3 May 7 May 8-11 May 14 May 15
May 16-24 May 25 May 28 - June 1 June 4-20 June 21-22
June 25-26 June 27 - July 11 July 12 July 13 July 16-20
July 23 - August 17 August 20 - September 10 September 11
September 12 September 13-28 October 1-24 October 25
October 26 - November 1 November 5-29 December 3-28 December 31
2002
January 1-7 January 8 January 9-15 January 16 January 17-18
January 21-25 January 26 January 28 - February 21 February 22 - March 14
March 18-29 April 1 April 2-12 April 15 - May 31 June 3 - July 26
July 29 - August 2 August 5 - October 3 October 7-10 October 14-17 October 21-30
November 4-29 November 30 December 2-6 December 8 December 9-27
2003
December 30, 2002 - January 17, 2003 January 20 - February 21 February 24-28 March 3-14
March 17-28 March 31 - April 11 April 14 - May 30 June 2-27 June 30 - July 4
July 7 - August 29 September 1-25 September 29 - October 16 October 20, 2003 - January 2, 2004
2004
October 20, 2003 - January 2, 2004 January 5 - March 4 March 8-25 March 29 - April 15

1997-1998

March 17, 1997 - January 9, 1998 Lineup

On April 1st (April Fools' Day), Toonami was pre-empted by a surprise marathon titled Screwy Squirrel Day. From May 26th - August 22nd, Toonami held its first sweepstakes titled the Big Heavy Giveaway. On December 24th, Toonami was pre-empted by The Christmas Party and on December 31st (New Year's Eve), Toonami was pre-empted again by a What a Cartoon! marathon. Toonami's first schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 17, 1997 - January 9, 1998.

January 12 - March 6, 1998 Lineup

On January 12th, Robotech premiered on Toonami at 4:45 PM replacing Voltron. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 12 - March 6, 1998.

March 9 - 13, 1998 Lineup

On March 9th, Beast Wars: Transformers replaced The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest for one week only at 5:30 PM. Also, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes during the week titled the Beast Wars Call-in Contest. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed only from March 9-13, 1998.

March 16 - May 1, 1998 Lineup

On March 16th, The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest returned at 5:30 PM replacing Beast Wars: Transformers. On April 1st (April Fools' Day), Toonami was pre-empted by a Beetlejuice marathon. From April 27th - May 10th, Toonami held a sweepstakes titled Coaster 2 Coaster. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from from March 16 - May 1, 1998.

May 4 - 29, 1998 Lineup

On May 4th, Voltron returned at 4:00 PM replacing Thundercats. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from May 4–29, 1998.

June 1 - July 24, 1998 Lineup

On June 1st, Sailor Moon premiered on Toonami at 4:00 PM. Also, Voltron moved to 5:00 PM. From June 8th-12th, Toonami held a write-in sweepstakes titled the Banjo-Kazooie Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from June 1 - July 24, 1998.

July 27 - August 28, 1998 (Re-Quest Weekdays) Lineup

On July 27th, a second airing of The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest replaced Voltron at 5:00 PM and Thundercats replaced Robotech at 4:30 PM. The bumpers aired during this month called the lineup Re-Quest Weekdays. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed from July 27 – August 28, 1998.

August 31 - October 2, 1998 Lineup

On August 31st, Dragon Ball Z premiered on Toonami at 5:00 PM replacing an episode of The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest. On September 18th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the "Month of the Dragon" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from August 31 - October 2, 1998.

1999-2000

October 5, 1998 - January 21, 1999 Lineup

On October 5th, Super Friends premiered on Toonami replacing Thundercats at 4:30 PM. On December 11th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the Mattel Barbie/Toonami Giveaway. Toonami was pre-empted on December 24th due to Cartoon Network's 24 Hour Christmas Party. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 5, 1998 - January 21, 1999.

January 25 - 27, 1999 Lineup

On January 25th, Thundercats returned to the block replacing Super Friends at 4:30 PM. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 25-27, 1999.

January 28, 1999 Lineup

On January 28th, for one day only, a second episode of Dragon Ball Z took over the 5:30 PM time slot. This schedule consisted of:[1]

This schedule only existed on January 28, 1999.

February 1 - March 12, 1999 Lineup

On February 1st, the schedule returned to normal. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from February 1 - March 12, 1999.

March 15 - May 21, 1999 Lineup

On March 15th, ReBoot premiered on Toonami at 4:30 PM replacing Thundercats. On March 19th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the Nintendo Toonami Giveaway. On April 2nd, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the "Beetle Adventure" Toonami Giveaway. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 15 - May 21, 1999.

May 23, 1999 (Lunar Eclipse) Lineup

On May 23rd, Toonami presented a special 8.5 hour Sailor Moon marathon titled: Lunar Eclipse. This schedule consisted of:

  • 11:30 AM - Sailor Moon
  • 12:00 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 12:30 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 1:00 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 1:30 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 2:00 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 2:30 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 3:00 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 3:30 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 4:00 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 4:30 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 5:00 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 5:30 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 6:00 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 6:30 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 7:00 PM - Sailor Moon
  • 7:30 PM - Sailor Moon

This schedule only existed on May 23, 1999.

May 24 - 28, 1999 (DBZ20XL) Lineup

On May 24th, the week-long Dragon Ball Z marathon DBZ20XL began. This schedule consisted of:

  • 4:00 PM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 4:30 PM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 5:00 PM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 5:30 PM - Dragon Ball Z

This schedule existed from May 24-28, 1999.

May 29, 1999 (DBZ20XL) Lineup

On May 29th, DBZ20XL concluded with a Dragon Ball Z movie triple feature. During the marathon, parts of Powerpuff Girls episodes aired in-between the movies as filler. Part of a Powerpuff Girls episode also aired after Dead Zone but the "LATER" bumper aired before it began, meaning it was not part of Toonami. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on May 29, 1999.

May 31 - September 10, 1999 Lineup

On May 31st, the schedule returned to normal. On July 10th, Toonami replaced Moltar and the Ghost Planet Industries with TOM 1 and the Ghost Planet Spaceship Absolution during the first broadcast of the Midnight Run. From July 19th-25th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the "Sailor Moon Wants You!" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from May 31 - September 10, 1999.

September 13, 1999 (Z-Day) Lineup

On September 13th, Dragon Ball Z took over Toonami for the day in a marathon titled Z-Day. The marathon was meant to celebrate the return of new episodes of Dragon Ball Z to Toonami. This schedule consisted of:

  • 4:00 PM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 4:30 PM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 5:00 PM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 5:30 PM - Dragon Ball Z

This schedule only existed on September 13, 1999.

September 14 - 24, 1999 Lineup

On September 14th, the schedule returned to normal. On September 24th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the DinoZaurs Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from September 14-24, 1999.

September 27, 1999 - February 18, 2000 Lineup

On September 27th, Ronin Warriors premiered on Toonami replacing The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest at 5:30 PM. From October 25th-31st, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the CyberTiger Online Giveaway and on October 29th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the CyberTiger Giveaway. On November 26th, Toonami was pre-empted by a Scooby-Doo Movie Marathon. On December 15th, 22nd and 29th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the Ape Escape Giveaway. On December 24th, Toonami was pre-empted by The Christmas Party marathon. From December 30th-31st, Toonami was pre-empted by The Jetsons Millennium Marathon. This schedule consisted of:[2]

This schedule existed from September 27, 1999 - February 18, 2000.

February 21, 2000 (DBZ President's Day Movie Marathon) Lineup

On February 21st (President's Day), The regular schedule was pre-empted by a special Dragon Ball Z movie marathon titled: the DBZ President's Day Movie Marathon. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on February 21, 2000.

February 22, 2000 - March 3, 2000 Lineup

On February 22nd, the schedule returned to normal. This schedule consisted of:[3]

This schedule existed from February 22 - March 3, 2000.

March 6 - 24, 2000 Lineup

On March 6th, Gundam Wing premiered on Toonami at 5:30 PM and Ronin Warriors was moved to 4:30 PM, the time slot previously held by ReBoot. On March 24th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the Gundam Toonami Giveaway. This schedule consisted of:[3]

This schedule existed from March 6–24, 2000.

March 27 - April 7, 2000 Lineup

On March 27th, Thundercats returned to the lineup at 4:00 PM replacing Sailor Moon. From April 3rd-7th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the Star Wars: Episode I Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 27 - April 7, 2000.

April 8 - 9, 2000 (Toonami: Full Cycle) Lineup

From April 8th-9th, Toonami presented a special 24-hour marathon titled: Toonami: Full Cycle. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from April 8-9, 2000.

April 10 - May 5, 2000 Lineup

On April 10th, the schedule returned to normal. From April 10th-16th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the WCW/Toy Biz Online Giveaway. From April 24th - May 1st, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the Galaxy Quest Online Giveaway. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from April 10 - May 5, 2000.

May 8 - June 30, 2000 Lineup

On May 8th, Sailor Moon and ReBoot returned to the lineup, at 4:00 PM and 4:30 PM respectively, replacing Thundercats and Ronin Warriors.[4][5][6] From June 12th-19th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the Titan A.E. Giveaway. This schedule consisted of:

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This schedule existed from May 8 - June 30, 2000.

July 3 - 10, 2000 Lineup

On July 3rd, an extra hour of programming was added to Toonami, gaining the 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM hour. To fill the new hour, Tenchi Muyo and Batman: The Animated Series premiered on Toonami at 6:00 PM and 6:30 PM respectively. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from July 3–10, 2000.

July 11, 2000 Lineup

On July 11th, Batman: The Animated Series was pre-empted by the 45-minute Tenchi Muyo episode: "The Night Before the Carnival". Also, part of a Powerpuff Girls episode aired subsequently as a time filler.[7] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on July 11, 2000.

July 12 - 18, 2000 Lineup

On July 12th, the schedule returned to normal. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from July 12–18, 2000.

July 19, 2000 Lineup

On July 19th, Batman: The Animated Series was pre-empted by the 45-minute Tenchi Muyo episode: "Here Comes Jurai". Also, part of a Powerpuff Girls episode aired subsequently as a time filler. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on July 19, 2000.

July 20 - August 4, 2000 Lineup

On July 20th, Tenchi Universe premiered on Toonami at 6:00 PM replacing Tenchi Muyo. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from July 20 - August 4, 2000.

August 7 - 24, 2000 Lineup

On August 7th, a second airing of Dragon Ball Z replaced ReBoot in the 4:30 PM time slot.[8] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from August 7-24, 2000.

August 25 - 31, 2000 Lineup

On August 25th, Tenchi in Tokyo premiered on Toonami, replacing Tenchi Universe at 6:00 PM. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from August 25-31, 2000.

September 1, 2000 Lineup

On Friday, September 1st, there was a Dragon Ball Z Garlic Jr. saga mini-marathon from 4:00-6:00 PM, pre-empting Sailor Moon and Gundam Wing for the day. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on September 1, 2000.

September 4 - 29, 2000 Lineup

On September 4th, ReBoot returned to the lineup and took over the 4:00 PM time slot, while Sailor Moon moved to 4:30 PM.[9] During Toonami's first Total Immersion Event The Intruder (September 18th-22nd), TOM 1 was eaten by The Intruder and replaced with TOM 2. From September 22nd-28th, Toonami held a tie-in sweepstakes to The Intruder titled the "Absolution Afterburn" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from September 4-29, 2000.

October 2 - 9, 2000 Lineup

On October 2nd, Tenchi Muyo! returned to the lineup replacing Tenchi in Tokyo at 6:00 PM. On October 6th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the Gundam Toonami Giveaway. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 2-9, 2000.

October 10, 2000 Lineup

On October 10th, the 45-minute Tenchi Muyo episode: "The Night Before the Carnival" aired, pre-empting the regularly scheduled Batman: The Animated Series for the day.[10] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on October 10, 2000.

October 11 - 17, 2000 Lineup

On October 11th, the schedule returned to normal. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 11-17, 2000.

October 18, 2000 Lineup

On October 18th, the 45-minute Tenchi Muyo episode: "Here Comes Jurai" aired, pre-empting the regularly scheduled Batman: The Animated Series for the day.[11] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on October 18, 2000.

October 19 - November 3, 2000 Lineup

On October 19th, Tenchi Universe returned to the lineup replacing Tenchi Muyo! at 6:00 PM. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 19 - November 3, 2000.

November 6 - 9, 2000 Lineup

From November 6th-9th, Tenchi Universe and Batman: The Animated Series were pre-empted by the premiere of the 4-part OVA series Blue Submarine No. 6 from 6:00-6:45 PM. Also, part of a Powerpuff Girls episode aired subsequently as a time filler. This schedule consisted of:[12]

This schedule only existed from November 6–9, 2000.

November 13 - 28, 2000 Lineup

On November 13th, Superman: The Animated Series premiered on Toonami at 6:30 PM replacing Batman: The Animated Series. Also, Ronin Warriors returned to the lineup at 4:00 PM replacing ReBoot. In addition, Tenchi Universe and Gundam Wing swapped time slots. This schedule consisted of:[13]

This schedule existed from November 13-28, 2000.

November 29 - December 12, 2000 Lineup

On November 29th, Tenchi in Tokyo returned to the lineup at 5:30 PM replacing Tenchi Universe. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from November 29 - December 12, 2000.

December 13 - 28, 2000 Lineup

On December 13th, Batman: The Animated Series returned to the lineup at 6:00 PM replacing Gundam Wing. On December 22nd, 29th and January 5th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the Crash Bash Giveaway. On December 25, 2000 (Christmas Day), Toonami was pre-empted by the Cartoon Theatre: Holiday Spectacular. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from December 13-28, 2000.

2001

January 1, 2001 (New Year's Evil) Lineup

On January 1st (New year's Day), Toonami presented a special 5-hour Dragon Ball Z marathon from 12:00-5:00 AM titled: New Year's Evil. This schedule consisted of:

  • 12:00 AM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 12:30 AM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 1:00 AM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 1:30 AM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 2:00 AM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 2:30 AM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 3:00 AM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 3:30 AM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 4:00 AM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 4:30 AM - Dragon Ball Z

This schedule only existed on January 1, 2001.

January 1 - 11, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 1-11, 2001.

January 12, 2001 Lineup

On January 12th, Tenchi Muyo returned to the lineup at 5:30 PM replacing Tenchi in Tokyo. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on January 12, 2001.

January 15 - 19, 2001 Lineup

On January 15th, Outlaw Star premiered on Toonami at 6:30 PM replacing Superman: The Animated Series. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 15-19, 2001.

January 22, 2001 Lineup

On January 22nd, the 45-minute Tenchi Muyo episode: "The Night Before the Carnival" aired, pre-empting the regularly scheduled Batman: The Animated Series for the day. Also, part of a Powerpuff Girls episode aired subsequently as a time filler. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on January 22, 2001.

January 23 - 29, 2001 Lineup

On January 23rd, the schedule returned to normal. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 23-29, 2001.

January 30, 2001 Lineup

On January 30th, the 45-minute Tenchi Muyo episode: "Here Comes Jurai" aired, pre-empting the regularly scheduled Batman: The Animated Series for the day. Also, part of a Powerpuff Girls episode aired subsequently as a time filler. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on January 30, 2001.

January 31 - February 13, 2001 Lineup

On January 31st, Tenchi Universe returned to the lineup at 5:30 PM replacing Tenchi Muyo!. This schedule consisted of:[14]

This schedule existed from January 31 - February 13, 2001.

February 14, 2001 (Villaintine's Day) Lineup

On February 14th (Valentine's Day), Superman: The Animated Series replaced Ronin Warriors at 4:00 PM and Tenchi Muyo! replaced Tenchi Universe for one day only. Also, Toonami presented a special villain themed marathon titled: Villaintine's Day. This schedule consisted of:[15][16]

This schedule only existed on February 14, 2001.

February 15 - 16, 2001 Lineup

On February 15th, the schedule returned to normal. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from February 15-16, 2001.

February 19 - March 8, 2001 Lineup

On February 19th, Superman: The Animated Series returned to the lineup at 6:30 PM replacing Batman: The Animated Series. Outlaw Star also moved to the 5:30 PM time slot and Tenchi Universe moved to the 6:00 PM time slot. This schedule consisted of:[17][18]

This schedule existed from February 19 - March 8, 2001.

March 12, 2001 Lineup

On March 12th, Gundam Wing returned to the lineup at 4:30 PM replacing Ronin Warriors. Also, Sailor Moon moved to 4:00 PM. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on March 12, 2001.

March 13 - 29, 2001 Lineup

On March 13th, Tenchi in Tokyo replaced Tenchi Universe at 6:00 PM. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 13–29, 2001.

April 2 - 25, 2001 Lineup

On April 2nd, The Big O premiered on Toonami at 5:30 PM, replacing Outlaw Star in the lineup. On April 13th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the "Toonami Gundam Wing Action Figure" Giveaway. This schedule consisted of:[19][20]

This schedule existed from April 2-25, 2001.

April 26 - May 3, 2001 Lineup

On April 26th, Tenchi Muyo! returned to the lineup at 6:00 PM replacing Tenchi in Tokyo. This schedule consisted of:[21]

This schedule existed from April 26 - May 3, 2001.

May 7, 2001 Lineup

On May 7th, Sailor Moon was removed from the lineup and replaced by a second airing of Gundam Wing at 4:00 PM. Also, Superman: The Animated Series was pre-empted for the day to make room for the 45-minute Tenchi Muyo episode: "The Night Before the Carnival". This schedule consisted of:[22][23]

This schedule only existed on May 7, 2001.

May 8 - 11, 2001 Lineup

On May 8th, the schedule returned to normal.[23] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from May 8-11, 2001.

May 14, 2001 Lineup

On May 14th, Toonami lost an hour of programming, the 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM hour. Gundam Wing and The Big O were removed and the lineup was reshuffled, including the addition of a second airing of Dragon Ball Z. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on May 14, 2001.

May 15, 2001 Lineup

On May 15th, the 6:00 PM airing of Dragon Ball Z was pre-empted by the 45-minute Tenchi Muyo episode "Here Comes Jurai" which aired from 5:30-6:30 PM. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on May 15, 2001.

May 16 - 24, 2001 Lineup

On May 16th, Tenchi Universe returned to the lineup at 5:30 PM replacing Tenchi Muyo!. This schedule consisted of:[24]

This schedule existed from May 16-24, 2001.

May 25, 2001 (Z-Day) Lineup

On May 25th, Dragon Ball Z took over Toonami for the day in a marathon titled Z-Day. This was the second Z-Day marathon but the format shifted to a viewers choice marathon. This schedule consisted of:

  • 4:00 PM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 4:30 PM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 5:00 PM - Dragon Ball Z
  • 5:30 PM - Dragon Ball Z

This schedule only existed on May 25, 2001.

May 28 - June 1, 2001 Lineup

On May 28th (Memorial Day), Toonami was pre-empted by the Tom and Jerry: Slamfest marathon. On May 29th, the schedule returned to normal. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from May 28 - June 1, 2001.

June 4 - 20, 2001 Lineup

On June 4th, Cardcaptors premiered on Toonami at 5:00 PM replacing Superman: The Animated Series. From June 11th-17th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the Game Boy Advance Giveaway. This schedule consisted of:[25]

This schedule existed from June 4-20, 2001.

June 21 - 22, 2001 Lineup

From June 21st-22nd, a second airing of Cardcaptors replaced Tenchi Universe at 5:30 PM. This schedule consisted of:[26][27]

This schedule only existed from June 21-22, 2001.

June 25 - 26, 2001 Lineup

On June 25th, Tenchi Universe and The Big O returned to the lineup, at 5:00 PM and 5:30 PM respectively, replacing Cardcaptors. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from June 25-26, 2001.

June 27 - July 11, 2001 Lineup

On June 27th, Tenchi in Tokyo returned to the lineup, replacing Tenchi Universe at 5:00 PM. From July 2nd-9th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the Toonami CD Giveaway. From July 9th-16th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the Toonami/Final Fantasy Giveaway. This schedule consisted of:[28][29]

This schedule existed from June 27 - July 11, 2001.

July 12, 2001 Lineup

On July 12th, the film Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest aired from 5:00-6:30 PM, pre-empting Tenchi in Tokyo, The Big O and one airing of Dragon Ball Z for the day. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on July 12, 2001.

July 13, 2001 Lineup

On July 13th, the film Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might aired from 5:00-6:30 PM, pre-empting Tenchi in Tokyo, The Big O and one airing of Dragon Ball Z for the day. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on July 13, 2001.

July 16 - 20, 2001 Lineup

On July 16th, Outlaw Star returned to the lineup at 5:30 PM replacing The Big O. This schedule consisted of:

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This schedule existed from July 16-20, 2001.

July 23 - August 17, 2001 Lineup

On July 23rd, Mobile Suit Gundam premiered on Toonami at 5:00 PM replacing Tenchi in Tokyo.[30] This schedule consisted of:

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This schedule existed from July 23-August 17, 2001.

August 20 - September 10, 2001 Lineup

On August 20th, Dragon Ball premiered on Toonami at 5:30 PM replacing Outlaw Star.[31] This schedule consisted of:

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This schedule existed from August 20 - September 10, 2001.

September 11, 2001 Lineup

On September 11th, the decision was made to pull Mobile Suit Gundam from the lineup due to events in the series resembling the September 11th attacks that occurred earlier in the day. It was replaced with a second airing of Dragon Ball.[32] This schedule consisted of:

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This schedule only existed on September 11, 2001.

September 12, 2001 Lineup

On September 12th, Mobile Suit Gundam returned to the lineup for one day only. Episode 38, which would have aired on the 11th, was again skipped and episode 39 aired.[32] This schedule consisted of:

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This schedule only existed on September 12, 2001.

September 13 - 28, 2001 Lineup

On September 13th, Mobile Suit Gundam was again pulled from the lineup, this time permanently, due to events in the series resembling the September 11th attacks that occurred two days prior. It was replaced by a second airing of Dragon Ball.[33] From September 17th-21st, Toonami's second Total Immersion Event Lockdown aired. From September 10th-24th, Toonami held a tie-in sweepstakes to Lockdown titled the "Toonami Lockdown" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

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This schedule existed from September 13-28, 2001.

October 1 - 24, 2001 Lineup

On October 1st, Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team and Batman Beyond premiered on Toonami, at 5:00 PM and 6:30 PM respectively. During this time season 4 of ReBoot premiered exclusively on Fridays from October 19th to November 30th. This schedule consisted of:

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This schedule existed from October 1-24, 2001.

October 25, 2001 Lineup

On October 25th, Dragon Ball was pre-empted by the 45-minute Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team episode "Duty and Ideals" which aired from 5:00-6:00 PM. This schedule consisted of:

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This schedule existed from October 25, 2001.

October 26 - November 1, 2001 Lineup

On October 26th, the schedule returned to normal. On October 31st, Toonami was pre-empted by a 24-hour Scooby-Doo Marathon. This schedule consisted of:

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This schedule existed from October 26 - November 1, 2001.

November 5 - 29, 2001 Lineup

On November 5th, Zoids: New Century premiered on Toonami at 5:00 PM replacing Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from November 5-29, 2001.

December 3 - 28, 2001 Lineup

On December 3rd, a second airing of Dragon Ball Z replaced Dragon Ball in the 5:30 PM time slot. On December 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th, and January 4th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the Jak and Daxter Giveaway. On Friday, December 14th, there was a 2-hour Zoids: New Century marathon, titled: Zoids Cubed, that aired from 5:00-7:00 PM. On Monday, December 24th, Toonami was pre-empted by Cartoon Network's 24-hour Christmas Party.[34] This schedule consisted of:[35][36][37][38]

This schedule existed from December 3-28, 2001.

December 31, 2001 Lineup

On December 31st, Tenchi Muyo! and Dragon Ball returned to the lineup at 5:00 PM and 5:30 PM respectively, replacing Zoids: New Century and one airing of Dragon Ball Z.[39] Additionally, the 4-hour new year's marathon, A Night of New Years Eve-il, aired on December 31st (technically January 1, 2002) from 12:00-4:00 AM, pre-empting the regularly scheduled Midnight Run. This schedule consisted of:

Regular Schedule

A Night of New Year's Eve-il

This schedule only existed on December 31, 2001.

2002

January 1 - 7, 2002 Lineup

On January 1st, the schedule returned to normal.[40] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 1-7, 2002.

January 8, 2002 Lineup

On January 8th, Dragon Ball was pre-empted by the 45-minute Tenchi Muyo! episode "The Night Before the Carnival" which aired from 5:00-6:00 PM.[41] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on January 8, 2002.

January 9 - 15, 2002 Lineup

On January 9th, the schedule returned to normal.[42] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 9-15, 2002.

January 16, 2002 Lineup

On January 16th, Dragon Ball was pre-empted by the 45-minute Tenchi Muyo! episode "Here Comes Jurai" which aired from 5:00-6:00 PM.[43] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on January 16, 2002.

January 17 - 18, 2002 Lineup

On January 17th, Tenchi Universe returned to the lineup at 5:00 PM replacing Tenchi Muyo!. This schedule consisted of:[44][45]

This schedule existed from January 17-18, 2002.

January 21 - 25, 2002 Lineup

From January 21st-25th, Dragon Ball Z and Batman Beyond were pre-empted for the week by Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series, as part of a special Toonami event titled: Batman VS Superman. From January 20th-28th, Toonami held a tie-in sweepstakes titled the "Batman VS. Superman" Sweepstakes.[46][47][48][49][50] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 21-25, 2002.

January 26, 2002 Lineup

On January 26th, Batman VS Superman concluded with a 6-hour marathon featuring select episodes of Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series. This marathon pre-empted the regularly scheduled Toonami: Super Saturday.[51] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on January 26, 2002.

January 28 - February 21, 2002 Lineup

On January 28th, the schedule returned to normal. This schedule consisted of:[52][53]

This schedule existed from January 28 - February 21, 2002.

February 22 - March 14, 2002 Lineup

On February 22nd, Tenchi in Tokyo returned to the lineup at 5:00 PM replacing Tenchi Universe. From February 25th - March 4th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the "Toonami Reactor/Bandai" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:[54]

This schedule existed from February 22 - March 14, 2002.

March 18 - 29, 2002 Lineup

On March 18th, Zoids: New Century returned to the lineup at 5:00 PM replacing Tenchi in Tokyo. From March 18th-25th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the Hot Wheels Robo Wheels Giveaway. This schedule consisted of:[55]

This schedule existed from March 18-29, 2002.

April 1, 2002 (Joker's Day) Lineup

On April 1st (April Fool's Day), the regular lineup was pre-empted by a special Batman: The Animated Series marathon titled: Joker's Day. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on April 1, 2002.

April 2 - 12, 2002 Lineup

On April 2nd, the schedule returned to normal. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from April 2-12, 2002.

April 15 - May 31, 2002 Lineup

On April 15th, Thundercats returned to the lineup at 5:00 PM replacing Tenchi in Tokyo. From April 22nd-29th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the Midnight Run/Bandai Sweepstakes. From May 6th-13th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the Sunkist Giveaway. From May 13th-27th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the "Be a Jedi" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from April 15 - May 31, 2002.

June 3 - July 26, 2002 Lineup

On June 3rd, Toonami regained its third hour, 4:00-5:00 PM, and Hamtaro made its Toonami premiere at 4:00 PM. Also, Zoids: New Century and The Powerpuff Girls returned to the lineup at 4:30 and 5:30 PM respectively. Additionally, the rest of the lineup was reshuffled and Thundercats was removed.[56] Toonami was pre-empted on July 3, 2002 by The Iron Giant 24-Hour Marathon. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from June 3 - July 26, 2002.

July 29 - August 2, 2002 Lineup

On July 29th, Zoids: Chaotic Century made its Toonami premiere at 4:30 PM, replacing Zoids: New Century in the lineup. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from July 29 - August 2, 2002.

August 5 - October 3, 2002 Lineup

On August 5th, G Gundam made its Toonami premiere at 5:00 PM, replacing Batman Beyond in the lineup. From September 16th-20th, Toonami's third Total Immersion Event Trapped in Hyperspace aired. From September 2nd-9th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the Super Monkey Ball 2 Sweepstakes. From September 9th-23rd, Toonami held a tie-in sweepstakes to Trapped in Hyperspace titled the "Toonami Trapped in Hyperspace" Sweepstakes. From September 30th - October 7th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the He-Man Giveaway. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from August 5 - October 3, 2002.

October 7 - 10, 2002 Lineup

On October 7th, Batman Beyond returned to Toonami at 4:00 PM, replacing Hamtaro in the lineup. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 7-10, 2002.

October 14 - 17, 2002 Lineup

On October 14th, The Powerpuff Girls was replaced in the 5:00 PM time slot by a second airing of G Gundam.[57] From October 14th-21st, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the "Zapper" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 14-17, 2002.

October 21 - 30, 2002 Lineup

On October 21st, Batman Beyond and Zoids: Chaotic Century were both pulled from the lineup and replaced with another airing of Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z at 4:00 PM and 4:30 PM respectively. Toonami was preempted on October 31st by Courage's Trick or Shriek Marathon. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 21-30, 2002.

November 4 - 29, 2002 Lineup

On November 4th, G Gundam was removed from the lineup and was replaced by He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and Transformers: Armada at 5:00 PM and 5:30 PM respectively. From November 18th-25th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the Star Wars: Episode II Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from November 4-29, 2002.

November 30, 2002 (He-Man-athon) Lineup

On Saturday, November 30th, a special 7.5 hour He-Man marathon, titled the He-Man-athon, aired from 4:30 - 11:00 PM.[58] This schedule consisted of:

  • 4:30 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • 5:00 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • 5:30 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • 6:00 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • 6:30 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • 7:00 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • 7:30 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • 8:00 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • 8:30 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • 9:00 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • 9:30 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • 10:00 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
  • 10:30 PM - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

This schedule only existed on November 30, 2002.

December 2 - 6, 2002 Lineup

On December 2nd, the schedule returned to normal. From December 2nd-9th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the "Toonami Mega Bloks" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from December 2-6, 2002.

December 8, 2002 Lineup

On Sunday, December 8th, a special 3 hour Transformers: Armada Marathon aired from 1:00-4:00 PM.[59] This schedule consisted of:

  • 1:00 PM - Transformers: Armada
  • 1:30 PM - Transformers: Armada
  • 2:00 PM - Transformers: Armada
  • 2:30 PM - Transformers: Armada
  • 3:00 PM - Transformers: Armada
  • 3:30 PM - Transformers: Armada

This schedule only existed on December 8, 2002.

December 9 - 27, 2002 Lineup

On December 9th, the schedule returned to normal. Toonami was pre-empted on December 24th by Cartoon Network's 24 Hour Christmas Party. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from December 9-27, 2002.

2003

December 30, 2002 - January 17, 2003 Lineup

On December 30th, Zoids: Chaotic Century and G Gundam returned to the lineup at 4:00 PM and 4:30 PM respectively. On January 3rd, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the "Toonami/Sly Cooper" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from December 30, 2002 - January 17, 2003.

January 20 - February 21, 2003 Lineup

On January 20th, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe was removed from the lineup and Batman Beyond returned at 6:00 PM. Additionally, Dragon Ball moved to 5:00 PM, Dragon Ball Z moved to 5:30 PM, and Transformers: Armada moved to 6:30 PM. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 20 - February 21, 2003.

Giant Robot Week

From February 24th-28th, Toonami dedicated an entire week to mecha anime series that were licensed by ADV Films, some of which were later picked up by Adult Swim. Since the 4:00-5:00 PM hour of Giant Robot Week was commercial free, episodes of Gigantor were aired in 2-minute chunks as filler where commercial breaks would have normally been. Two total episodes of Gigantor aired during the week: "Struggle at the South Pole" and "World in Danger". In addition, the Cartoon Network pilot LowBrow: Test Drive aired on Friday, February 28th in 4 parts during commercial breaks from 5:00-7:00 PM.

Monday, February 24th

Tuesday, February 25th

Wednesday, February 26th

Thursday, February 27th

Friday, February 28th

March 3 - 14, 2003 Lineup

On March 3rd, Toonami lost the 4:00-5:00 PM hour, forcing Zoids: Chaotic Century and Dragon Ball to be removed from the lineup. Also Yu Yu Hakusho made its Toonami premiere at 6:00 PM, replacing Batman Beyond in the lineup. From March 10th-24th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the "Toonami/Battle Scarred" Sweepstakes. From March 11th-14th, there was a special showcase of the Dragon Ball Z villain Buu, titled DBZ: Best of Buu, meant to celebrate the return of new episodes of the "Buu" saga to Toonami the following week. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 3-14, 2003.

March 17 - 28, 2003 Lineup

In the March 2003 online comic Endgame, TOM 2 met his end after Orcelot Rex broke into the Absolution to steal SARA. As a result, on March 17th (Toonami's 6th anniversary), TOM 3 took over as host of Toonami with a new Absolution. Additionally, Rurouni Kenshin made its Toonami premiere at 6:30 PM, replacing Transformers: Armada in the lineup. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 17-28, 2003.

March 31 - April 11, 2003 Lineup

On March 31st, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe returned to Toonami at 5:00 PM, replacing G Gundam in the lineup. On April 1, 2003, Toonami was pre-empted by the April Fools' Day Monkey Marathon. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 31 - April 11, 2003.

April 14 - May 30, 2003 Lineup

On April 14th, G Gundam returned to Toonami at 5:00 PM, replacing He-Man and the Masters of the Universe in the lineup. From May 5th-12th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the "Toonami/Bandai Perfect Grade" Sweepstakes. On May 26th (Memorial Day), Toonami was pre-empted by the Memorial Day Movie Marathon.[60] From May 27th-30th, there was a special showcase of the "Oniwaban" arc from Rurouni Kenshin. This 4-day event was titled Best of Kenshin and was meant to celebrate the upcoming return of new episodes to Toonami.[61] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from April 14 - May 30, 2003.

June 2 - 27, 2003 Lineup

On June 2nd, Justice League made its Toonami premiere at 5:00 PM, replacing G Gundam in the lineup. From June 9th-16th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the "Toonami/Seven Up" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from June 2–27, 2003.

June 30 - July 4, 2003 Lineup

On June 30th, Cyborg 009 made its Toonami premiere at 6:00 PM, replacing Yu Yu Hakusho in the lineup. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from June 30 - July 4, 2003.

July 7 - August 29, 2003 Lineup

On July 7th, Yu Yu Hakusho returned to Toonami at 6:30 PM, replacing Rurouni Kenshin in the lineup. From August 18th-25th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled "The Medallion" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from July 7 - August 29, 2003.

September 1 - 25, 2003 Lineup

On September 1st, SD Gundam made its Toonami premiere at 5:00 PM, replacing Justice League in the lineup. Additionally, Dragon Ball returned to the lineup, replacing Yu Yu Hakusho at 6:30 PM. Also, the fourth Toonami Total Immersion Event IGPX premiered from September 15th-19th at 6:30 PM, in 5-minute installments. Additionally, on September 19th and 26th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the "Toonami/Jak II" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from September 1-25, 2003.

September 29 - October 16, 2003 Lineup

On September 29th, Samurai Jack replaced Dragon Ball Z at 5:30 PM and Transformers: Armada replaced Cyborg 009 at 6:00 PM. Also, premiere episodes of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, and Transformers: Armada were being shown exclusively on Fridays at this time. From September 29th - October 6th, Toonami held an online sweepstakes titled the "Jolly Rancher/Toonami" Sweepstakes. Additionally, on October 10th and 17th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the "Search for the Seventh Toa on Cartoon Network" Sweepstakes. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from September 29 - October 16, 2003.

October 20, 2003 - January 2, 2004 Lineup

On October 20th, Justice League returned to Toonami at 5:30 PM, replacing Samurai Jack in the lineup. From December 1st-12th, Star Wars: Clone Wars made its Toonami premiere, running at 6:00 PM just before Transformers: Armada, in 2-3 minute installments. On November 7th, Dragon Ball GT began airing exclusively on Fridays and Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the "Find Your Wheels" Sweepstakes. On November 27th, Toonami was pre-empted by Cartoon Network's Thanksgiving day marathon. On December 5th, Toonami held a call-in sweepstakes titled the "Toonami/Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2" Sweepstakes. From December 24th-25th, Toonami was pre-empted by Cartoon Network's 24 Hour Christmas Party and a Cartoon Theatre Marathon. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 20, 2003 - January 2, 2004.

2004

January 5 - March 4, 2004 Lineup

On January 5th, Yu Yu Hakusho and Dragon Ball Z returned to Toonami, replacing Justice League and Transformers: Armada in the lineup at 5:30 PM and 6:00 PM respectively. On Friday, February 27th, the 90-minute premiere/preview special of Duel Masters, "Duel Masters: The Good, the Bad and the Bolshack", premiered. This schedule consisted of:[62]

This schedule existed from January 5 - March 4, 2004.

March 8 - 25, 2004 Lineup

On March 8th, Astro Boy made its Toonami premiere at 5:00 PM, replacing SD Gundam in the lineup. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 8-25, 2004.

Final Toonami Weekday Lineup

On March 29th, Toonami began its final 3 weeks as a weekday afternoon block by changing to a special lineup titled Dragon Ball Chronicles that featured Dragon Ball at 5:00 PM, Dragon Ball Z from 5:30-6:30 PM, and Dragon Ball GT at 6:30 PM. The Friday schedules during these 3 weeks did not feature the Dragon Ball Chronicles lineup. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 29 - April 15, 2004.

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