• 8 years 1 month ago
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    Toonami premiered on March 17,1997 with Thundercats,Voltron,Robotech,Cartoon Roulette on weekdays from 4-6 PM on Cartoon Network. Later,in 1997 like September they had a Saturday Lineup with Thundercats,Space Ghost,Dragonball,Sailor Moon,Robotech & Birdman but cancelled because of low ratings. In 1998 in Spring,Robotech & Cartoon Roulette was cancelled. In 1998, three shows premiered Dragonball Z,Salior Moon & Jonny Quest . In 1999, ReBoot premiered. In The Fall Jonny Quest ended & DBZ Z-Day,they had a Saturday Midnight Run with shows like DBZ,Thundercats,ReBoot,Cartoon Roulette & Robotech came back,G-Force premiered but only cancelled after 5 episodes.In 2000,Toonami had a new a TOM named TOM2 in the Intruder,Toonami had a Full Cycle,Gundam Wing,Batman,Superman, & other shows premiered . TMR had Gundam Wing Uncut. They had a rising sun on Saturday Mornings.
    And That`s About Toonami Part,1
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      • 8 years 1 month ago
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      PanicPack121 wrote:
      Toonami premiered on March 17,1997 with Thundercats,Voltron,Robotech,Cartoon Roulette on weekdays from 4-6 PM on Cartoon Network. Later,in 1997 like September they had a Saturday Lineup with Thundercats,Space Ghost,Dragonball,Sailor Moon,Robotech & Birdman but cancelled because of low ratings. In 1998 in Spring,Robotech & Cartoon Roulette was cancelled. In 1998, three shows premiered Dragonball Z,Salior Moon & Jonny Quest . In 1999, ReBoot premiered. In The Fall Jonny Quest ended & DBZ Z-Day,they had a Saturday Midnight Run with shows like DBZ,Thundercats,ReBoot,Cartoon Roulette & Robotech came back,G-Force premiered but only cancelled after 5 episodes.In 2000,Toonami had a new a TOM named TOM2 in the Intruder,Toonami had a Full Cycle,Gundam Wing,Batman,Superman, & other shows premiered . TMR had Gundam Wing Uncut. They had a rising sun on Saturday Mornings.
      And That`s About Toonami Part,1


      Actually Dragonball did not make it to Toonami or even Cartoon Network for that matter until 2001.
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        • 7 years 9 months ago
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        Well they did show only 13 episodes, but it was on Saturdays.
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          • 7 years 9 months ago
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          PanicPack121 wrote:
          Well they did show only 13 episodes, but it was on Saturdays.


          No, they didn't. NickMania is right.

          When Dragonball premiered, it was on weekdays and aired for 28 episodes.

          Anyway, here's a longer, more detailed timeline.
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