List of programs broadcast by Adult Swim
This is a list of television programs formerly or currently broadcast on Cartoon Network's late night block, Adult Swim in the United States. Although both networks share the same time space, Adult Swim is classified as a separate entity for the purposes of Nielsen ratings.
- 1 Original programming
- 2 Syndicated programming
- 3 Pilots and specials
- 4 Films
- 5 References
- 6 External links
These are the programs that are currently in production or currently airing new episodes on Adult Swim. This does not include shows that are airing in syndication on Adult Swim or re-running programs.
|Apollo Gauntlet||2017–present||Animated series by Myles Langlois|
|Black Jesus||2014–present||Live-action comedy by Aaron McGruder and Mike Clattenburg. Renewed for a third season.|
|Decker||2016–present||Live-action series starring Tim Heidecker that parodies the action movie genre. Based on the web series, Decker. In December 2016 Heidecker announced they were shooting both the second and third seasons. Season 2 premiered on June 4, 2017 and was immediately followed by season 3, which premiered July 16th.|
|Dream Corp, LLC||2016–present||Created by Daniel Stessen. Executive produced by John Krasinski and Stephen Merchant, with Allyson Seeger. Renewed for a second season.|
|The Eric Andre Show||2012–present||A parody talk show hosted by Eric Andre and Hannibal Buress. A new special airs in 2017. Renewed for a fifth season, which Eric Andre has hinted will be the last.|
|Infomercials||2009–present||Quarter-hour American television comedy specials that lampoon the infomercial format as well as other graveyard slot programming.|
|Mike Tyson Mysteries||2014–present||Comedy series about Mike Tyson. Premiered October 27, 2014. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and owned by Warner Bros. Entertainment. The third season ended on July 16, 2017. Renewed for a fourth season.|
|Mr. Pickles||2014–present||Animated series by Will Carsola and Dave Stewart. The pilot was released online on July 29, 2013 as part of a vote to decide whether or not the pilot would air on August 26. The third season is set to air in Winter 2017/2018.|
|Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter||2015–present||Live action, originally aired as a miniseries created by Jon Glaser and produced by PFFR. The second season ended on May 26, 2017.|
|Off the Air||2011–present||Television/Internet Video Anthology series. Premiered January 1, 2011. New episodes air independently on an inconsistent basis.|
|Rick and Morty||2013–present||Series created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland. The third season premiered on July 30, 2017.|
|Robot Chicken||2005–present||Series created by Seth Green and Matthew Senreich. The ninth season is set to air in Fall 2017.|
|Squidbillies||2005–present||Renewed for an eleventh season, which will premiere in Fall 2017 as announced at the Adult Swim On The Green tour.|
|Tim & Eric's Bedtime Stories||2014–present||Live-action series by comedy stars Tim and Eric. Pilot premiered October 31, 2013. Regular series premiered on September 18, 2014. The second season airs September 10th, 2017.|
|The Venture Bros.||2003–present||It is the second longest running Adult Swim original series and the longest running original series still in production. Renewed for a seventh season and eighth season.|
|Williams Stream||2017–present||Premiered March 13, 2017. The program plays reruns of programs played on Adult Swim's live stream.|
|Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell||2013–present||Created by Dave Willis and Casper Kelly. Season 4 began production on June 5, 2017.|
These are programs found on the Adult Swim streaming channel at www.adultswim.com/streams.
|Stupid Morning Bullshit||Daily at 11 AM (Repeats at 6 PM)||Sally and Jonothon tackle current events and occasionally destroy things.|
|Time and Temperature||Daily at Noon and 5 PM||For fans of time, temperature and music.|
|Williams Street Swap Shop||Daily at 1 PM (Repeats at 9 PM)||Come swap shop with Zach and Matt.|
|Bloodfeast||Daily at 10 PM (Repeats at 2 PM)||Solve puzzles and explore the mind; through perspectives on art, sexuality, psychology, spirituality and relationships. Hosted By Dr. Maxime Simonet and Dave Bonawits.|
|Episodes||Daily at 3 PM||A random showcase of Adult Swim programming.|
|FishCenter||Daily at 4 PM (Repeats at 7 PM)||FishCenter is a daily, marine-themed call-in game show. Hosted by Matt Harrigan, Max Simonet, Dave Bonawits and Andrew Choe.|
|Assembly Line, Yeah!||Monday at 8 PM||Jiyoung and Anca build fantastic things while chatting and snacking lightly.|
|Last Stream On The Left||Tuesday at 8 PM||Satisfy your bloodlust with hosts Ben Kissel, Henry Zebrowski, and Marcus Parks, as they gleefully discuss the horrors of the world.|
|I'm Dr. Rich, Or Am I?||Tuesday at 11 PM|
|As Seen On Adult Swim||Wednesday at 8 PM||Selling items found at asseenonadultswim.com.|
|Sports Bitches||Wednesday at 9 PM (Replay Friday at 7 PM)||Sports are hard. Let the experts explain them to you. Hosted By Dennis and Will.|
|Development Meeting||Thursday at 8 PM||Walter and Cam field your pitches for potential Adult Swim entertainment.|
|Game Humpers||Friday at 6 PM||The Williams Street staff play video games for your viewing pleasure.|
|Toonami Pre-Flight||Friday at 8 PM||Gill and Jason take you for deep dive inside the Toonami universe.|
|Daytime Fighting League||Various times||Sixteen amateur fighters compete for a shot to win the Ultimate Prize.|
These are programs that aired first-run on Adult Swim that are now cancelled. If the show is cancelled, it is in this section even if it airs in reruns on Adult Swim.
|12 oz. Mouse||2005–06||Ended in December 2006 with 20 episodes. A one-off webisode was released online on May 16, 2007.|
|Aqua Teen Hunger Force||2001–2015||Seasons 8-11 each go under a different alternative title. It is the only Adult Swim series to be adapted for a feature-length film. Ended on August 30, 2015 with 139 episodes. One episode was never aired.|
|Assy McGee||2006–08||Created by Carl Adams, Matt Harrigan and H. Jon Benjamin. Ended on July 6, 2008 with 20 episodes.|
|The Big O II||2003||Co-produced by Cartoon Network. Toonami staff have stated it may return in the future.|
|Black Dynamite||2012–15||Executive produced by Carl Jones. Ended on January 10, 2015 with 20 episodes.|
|The Boondocks||2005–2014||The fourth season was produced without the involvement of series creator Aaron McGruder. Ended on June 23, 2014 with 55 episodes. Two episodes were never aired in the United States.|
|Brad Neely's Harg Nallin' Sclopio Peepio||2016||Animated sketch comedy series created by Brad Neely. Ended with 10 episodes on September 18, 2016.|
|The Brak Show||2001–03; 2007||Spin-off of Space Ghost Coast to Coast. The cancellation announcement was unexpectedly made on New Year's Eve 2003. It ended in December 2003 with 28 episodes. A one-off webisode was released online on May 24, 2007.|
|Check It Out! with Dr. Steve Brule||2010–16||A Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! spin-off featuring the character Dr. Steve Brule. Ended on July 29, 2016 with 24 episodes.|
|Childrens Hospital||2010–16||A live-action parody of hospital dramas. The seven season premiered on January 22, 2016. Rob Corddry has announced that this will be the show's final season.|
|China, IL||2011–15||Created by Brad Neely. Ended on June 14, 2015 with 30 episodes.|
|Delocated||2008–2013||Ended March 7, 2013 with 30 episodes.|
|The Drinky Crow Show||2007–09||Ended January 25, 2009 with 10 episodes. Based on Tony Millionaire's character from the Maakies comic strip. Series cancellation was confirmed in a Maakies comic.|
|Eagleheart||2011–14||Produced by Conaco, and stars Chris Elliott. Ended on January 16, 2014 with 34 episodes.|
|Fat Guy Stuck in Internet||2007–08||Ended in August 2008 with 10 episodes.|
|Frisky Dingo||2006–08||Created by Matt Thompson and Adam Reed of 70/30 Productions. Ended March 23, 2008 with 25 episodes.|
|The Greatest Event in Television History||2012–14||Each episode aired periodically by itself as a series of specials. Creator Adam Scott confirmed that it has ended.|
|Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law||2001–07||Ended July 22, 2007 with 39 episodes.|
|The Heart, She Holler||2011–15||Premiered November 1, 2011. New episodes aired night after night on Sundays–Fridays continuously until the season finale, a practice rarely used on Adult Swim. Ended after 28 episodes.|
|Home Movies||2001–04||Originally aired on UPN. After cancellation by the network, Adult Swim picked up the series and ordered new episodes. Ended in April 2004 with 52 episodes.|
|Hot Package||2013–15||A live-action parody of entertainment news programs featuring found footage and bizarre film and TV clips. Created by Derrick Beckles. Ended after 18 episodes.|
|The Jack and Triumph Show||2015||Ended on April 3, 2015 with a total of 7 episodes.|
|King Star King||2014||Animated series by JJ Villard. The pilot was released online on July 22, 2013 as part of a vote to decide whether or not it will air on August 26. The pilot episode aired on November 3, 2013 as daylight saving time filler during Toonami. The remainder of the series premiered online on June 15, 2014. The series began airing on television on July 11, 2014 and finished on December 6.|
|Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil||2005–07||Ended on November 11, 2007 with 11 episodes.|
|Loiter Squad||2012–14||An alternative sketch comedy series featuring rap group OFWGKTA (Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All), produced by Dimitry Elyashkevich and Jeff Tremaine of Dickhouse. Ended on July 17, 2014 with 31 episodes.|
|Mary Shelley's Frankenhole||2010–12||A stop-motion animated series from Dino Stamatopoulos, creator of Moral Orel. The series ended on March 25, 2012 with 20 episodes. One episode was pulled and never released.|
|Metalocalypse||2006–2013||A one-hour special entitled Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem was released on October 27, 2013. Brendon Small is exploring ways to end the series, which he says will likely not be a fifth season.|
|Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace||2016||15 minute live action sketch comedy starring Sam Hyde, Nick Rochefort, and Charles Carroll. The show was canceled on December 5, 2016.|
|Minoriteam||2005–06||Ended in July 2006 with 20 episodes.|
|Mongo Wrestling Alliance||2011||Created by Metalocalypse co-creator Tommy Blacha. Ended on July 31, 2011 with 10 episodes.|
|Moral Orel||2005–08; 2012||Ended on January 18, 2009 with 43 episodes. A one-off special titled "Beforel Orel: Trust" aired on November 19, 2012.|
|Newsreaders||2013–15||Fictional news magazine parody spin-off from Childrens Hospital. Ended after 24 episodes.|
|NTSF:SD:SUV::||2011–13||Short for National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle. On indefinite hiatus.|
|Perfect Hair Forever||2004–07; 2014||The first season ended with 6 episodes. A second season consisting of one single episode aired on April 1, 2007 as part of an April Fools' Day prank. Seven years after ending two stand-alone episodes premiered unannounced as another April Fools' Day prank on April 1, 2014.|
|The Restless Bell||2012||Premiered September 4, 2012.|
|The Rising Son||2009||Ended in 2009 with 4 episodes.|
|Samurai Jack||2017||Series created by Genndy Tartakovsky. It originally aired on Cartoon Network from 2001 to 2004. Reruns of the first four seasons on Adult Swim started in 2014 as part of Toonami. A final fifth season premiered on March 11, 2017 and concluded on May 20, 2017.|
|Saul of the Mole Men||2007||Ended in 2007 with 20 episodes.|
|Sealab 2021||2001–05||Based on the Saturday morning Hanna-Barbera series Sealab 2020. Ended in April 2005 with 52 episodes.|
|Soul Quest Overdrive||2011||Spin-off of Aqua Teen Hunger Force starring David Cross, H. Jon Benjamin, Kristen Schaal and Gavin McInnes. It was picked up for six episodes in 2010. The first 4 episodes premiered in Adult Swim's "DVR Theater" May 24, 2011. McInnes confirmed the series was canceled. Two episodes never aired.|
|Space Ghost Coast to Coast||2001–04||Originally aired on Cartoon Network from 1994 until 2001. It was moved to Adult Swim when the block premiered in 2001. Initially ended in April 2004 with 93 episodes. A series of short webisodes were released on GameTap from May 30, 2006 until May 31, 2008, bringing the series total to 110 episodes.|
|Stroker and Hoop||2004–05||Ended in December 2005 with 13 episodes.|
|Superjail!||2007–2014||Ended on July 20, 2014 with 36 episodes.|
|Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!||2007–2010; 2010||Ended on May 2, 2010 with 50 episodes. A one-hour Christmas special entitled Tim and Eric's Chrimbus Special, premiered on December 5, 2010.|
|Titan Maximum||2009||Ended on November 22, 2009 with 9 episodes.|
|Tom Goes to the Mayor||2004–06||Ended in September 2006 with 30 episodes. Creators Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim (of Tim & Eric) went on to make several other programs for Adult Swim.|
|Xavier: Renegade Angel||2007–09||Ended in 2009 with 20 episodes. The show usually airs during the 4:15 AM ET slot on weeknights during November.|
|You're Whole||2012–13||Mock self-help infomercial starring Michael Ian Black. Ended on December 2, 2013 with 8 episodes.|
|FLCL||Premiered August 4, 2003. Adult Swim often used a bump to state that the credits for this show were never shown because they were entirely in Japanese. The irony is that this "bumper" would be shown after all the Japanese credits. Premiered on Toonami October 26, 2013. A sequel series co-produced by Adult Swim and Production I.G is currently in the works (therefore making it an Adult Swim original anime). It's expected to air in 2018.|
|Hot Streets||Premieres January 2018.|
|The Jellies||Set to debut in the summer of 2017.|
|Mostly 4 Millennials||A 15-minute live-action comedy series created by Derrick Beckles.|
|Ballmastrz 9669||A quarter-hour animated series is created by Christy Karacas (co-creator of Superjail!) and produced by Titmouse. It is due for a 2018 release.|
|American Dad!||2006–present||Premiered on Adult Swim in 2006. Latest episodes air one week, after their original debut on TBS.|
|Attack on Titan||2014–15; 2017–present||Aired from May 3, 2014 until November 1, 2014. Returned for a second run on March 28, 2015 until September 26, 2015. Season two premiered on April 22, 2017.|
|Bob's Burgers||2013–present||Premiered June 23, 2013. Originally airing on Sundays and Mondays, then just Sundays, it now airs every weekday.|
|The Cleveland Show||2012–present||Premiered on Adult Swim in September 29, 2012.|
|Dragon Ball Super||2017–present||The latest series in the Dragon Ball franchise from Akira Toriyama. Premiered January 7, 2017 at 8 p.m. with encores airing on Toonami at 11:00 p.m.|
|Dragon Ball Z Kai: The Final Chapters||2017–present||Continuation of Dragon Ball Z Kai featuring a re-cut of the Buu saga. Premiered January 7, 2017, replacing the first run of Dragon Ball Z Kai|
|Family Guy||2003–present||Material that has been edited or altered from Fox broadcasts often appear on Adult Swim broadcasts.|
|Hunter × Hunter||2016–present||2011 series. Premiered on April 16, 2016, replacing Parasyte -the maxim-.|
|JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders||2017–present||Premieres July 29, 2017, replacing Attack on Titan.|
|King of the Hill||2009–present||First premiered on Adult Swim on January 1, 2009.|
|Lupin the Third Part IV||2017–present||Premiered June 17, 2017, replacing Unicorn RE:0096|
|Naruto: Shippuden||2014–present||Sequel series to Naruto. The series premiered January 4, 2014. Was previously aired by Disney XD up until episode 97, when the network removed the show from its schedule. Neon Alley premiered Shippuden episodes after Disney XD removed it almost a year later.|
|Outlaw Star||2002; April 1, 2012; 2017||Originally aired on Toonami in edited form. The episode "Hot Springs of Planet Tenrei" was the only skipped episode of the series due to the presence of nudity. Same version later aired on Adult Swim, with slightly less edits. Returns on August 19, 2017, replacing Ghost in the Shell.|
|SuperMansion||2017–present||Crackle original series based on the failed Adult Swim pilot Ubermansion. Premiered January 1, 2017 at midnight.|
|Tokyo Ghoul √A||2017||Confirmed to follow first season of Tokyo Ghoul.|
|Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans||2016; 2017||Premiered June 4, 2016, replacing Dimension W. Returns for a second season in October 2017.|
|Akame ga Kill!||2015–16||Premiered on August 8, 2015, replacing Kill la Kill. Ended on February 20, 2016 and replaced by Dimension W.|
April 1, 2012
|Original Astro Boy series from the 1960s. Only the first 52 episodes aired.|
|Baby Blues||2002–05, 2009–2012||Based on the popular comic strip. Canceled by The WB with 13 episodes. The last 5 episodes from the first season premiered for the first time on Adult Swim.|
|Beware the Batman||2014||Premiered May 10, 2014. The series was put in turnaround in September 2014. Adult Swim aired the remaining episodes in an early morning marathon on September 28, 2014.|
|The Big O||2003–09,
April 1, 2012,
|Rights to air Season 1 from Sunrise have expired.|
|Black Lagoon||2014||2006 anime series based on the manga series of the same name. Premiered March 22, 2014.|
|Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage||2014||Sequel series to Black Lagoon. Began airing July 18, 2014.|
|Bleach||2006–2015||Premiered September 9, 2006. Ended on November 1, 2014, and was later removed in February 2015.|
|Blood+||2007–09||Based on the movie Blood: The Last Vampire and the books that followed. The first run on Adult Swim aired from March 11, 2007 to March 23, 2008. A second run was never completed, as it was pulled from the lineup on December 14, 2009. The airing rights to the series expired in early 2010.|
|Blue Exorcist||2014||The series began airing on Toonami on February 22, 2014 and completed its run on August 10, 2014.|
|Blue Gender||2003||The series was planned for Toonami. Premiered August 4, 2003.|
|The Bob Clampett Show||2001–05; 2007–09||Assortment of classic Looney Tunes cartoons, all of which were directed or produced by celebrated animator Bob Clampett (hence the title). Originally aired on Cartoon Network.|
|Cartoon Planet||2005–09||A block spun off from Space Ghost Coast to Coast which aired comedy sketches alongside the theatrical shorts and classic cartoon shows usually shown on Cartoon Network. Later re-ran as a 22-episode half-hour variety series featuring the block's interstitials, which was used for filler in the 5–6 a.m. time slot.|
|Case Closed||2004–05||Also known as Detective Conan. Ended after 50 episodes due to low ratings. Episode 48 was skipped due to the upcoming Olympics.|
|Clerks||2008–2012||Ran its entirety in 2008.|
|Casshern Sins||2012||Premiered May 26, 2012 on Toonami. Rights to the series expired in November 2012.|
|Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion||2008–2010||Finished its 25-episode run on October 25, 2008. The sequel series, R2, began the following week. The rights expired on April 23, 2010. It is now licensed by Funimation.|
|Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2||2008–2010||Finished its 25-episode run on June 6, 2009. The rights expired on April 23, 2010. The anime is now licensed by Funimation.|
|Cowboy Bebop||2001–2013, 2014–15||Premiered Sunday, September 2, 2001.[better source needed] Adult Swim's first anime series. Several episodes were aired out of sequence during the show's first run due to content that was deemed not appropriate for a period immediately after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The rights to the series expired in 2013, but Toonami posted on its Tumblr that it is confident the show will return and when it does it will be a remastered version. The series returned to the Adult Swim lineup Saturday, July 26, 2014. Removed in February 2015. Toonami staff have stated it may return in the future.|
|Deadman Wonderland||2012; 2015||Premiered on May 26, 2012. The series finale aired August 11, 2012. Returned for a second run on January 3, 2015 to March 21, 2015.|
|Death Note||2007–2010||Episode 37 aired on July 6, 2008, ending the first run of the series. A second run began later that year. Sometime during this run the series aired two episodes back-to-back on Saturdays, which was increased to four episodes toward the end of the third run, so that it could be completed before the airing rights expired. At the end of the series' third full run, it was pulled from the schedule, with Episode 37 (the final episode of the series) being the last episode aired. Shortly thereafter, in early 2010, the airing rights to the series expired, along with those of Blood+.|
|Dimension W||2016||Premiered on February 27, 2016, replacing Akame ga Kill!. Ended on May 14, 2016.|
|Dragon Ball Z Kai||2014–16||Premiered November 8, 2014, in uncut format. Was previously aired by Nicktoons and The CW's defunct Toonzai and Vortexx blocks, both edited for broadcast.|
|Durarara!!||2011–12||Durarara!!, often romanized as DRRR!! in Japan, is a Japanese light novel series written by Ryohgo Narita, with illustrations by Suzuhito Yasuda, that has also been adapted in to a Japanese anime series. The series premiered on Saturday, June 25, 2011 and ended on Saturday, December 17, 2011. Pulled from Adult Swim's lineup following the relaunch of Toonami. Episodes were streamed on Adult Swim's website until June 2013.|
|Eureka Seven||2006–09, 2012–13||Episodes 26–50 aired with special disclaimers warning viewers about the content of the episodes during the program's 2006–08 runs. The airing rights expired right after its then-final rerun in 2008, but were renewed in August 2012. The series aired until August 2013, where it was removed from the schedule following completion of one full run. The Toonami staff have stated that it is highly unlikely that the series will ever return to Adult Swim.|
|Fullmetal Alchemist||2004–2010||Premiered on November 6, 2004 and ended on March 18, 2006. Continued to air reruns until 2010, where it was replaced by the reboot of the anime, entitled Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. The series has been not aired on the network since. On November 19, 2012, it was confirmed on Toonami's Tumblr account that Adult Swim no longer has the rights to air the original Fullmetal Alchemist. Episode 51, titled "Laws and Promises", aired with a special disclaimer, warning viewers about the content of the episode.|
|Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood||2010–14||Premiered February 13, 2010. The series is a remake of the series Fullmetal Alchemist, based on the events of the manga as opposed to the separate direction the original anime went into. New episodes returned on January 8, 2011 and ended on September 25, 2011. Rights to the series expired in January 2015, and the last airing was December 13, 2014.|
|Futurama||2003–07||Aired from 2003 until 2007. Reruns and new episodes started on Comedy Central in 2008.|
|Garth Marenghi's Darkplace||2006–09||Series ended production in 2004 on Channel 4. Aired on Adult Swim in 2006 and 2009. Also aired on Syfy.|
|The Gary Coleman Show||2006||1980s Hanna-Barbera series. Aired on Boomerang and Cartoon Network previously.|
|Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex||2004–2014, 2017||Returned to the Toonami lineup in February 2017. Episode 10, titled "Jungle Cruise" airs with a special disclaimer, warning viewers about the content of the episode.|
|Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG||2005–2015||The second season of Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. Airs after Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex finishes its run. Removed in February 2015. Toonami staff have stated it may return in the future.|
April 1, 2012
|Formerly aired on Boomerang. Used as filler material for the 5:30AM–6:00AM time slot from 2005 to 2009.|
|God, the Devil and Bob||2011||A NBC series that was cancelled in 2000, after airing 4 out of 13 episodes. It premiered on Adult Swim on January 1, 2011, with 9 of the existing episodes airing in the United States for the first time.|
|Gurren Lagann||2014–15||Premiered August 16, 2014 2am/1c. Completed its run on March 21, 2015 on Toonami.|
|Hellsing Ultimate||2014||Premiered Saturday, September 13, 2014. New episodes premiered Saturday nights.|
|IGPX||2013–15||Premiered April 28, 2013 on Toonami. A collaborative project between Production I.G and Cartoon Network. Originally aired on Cartoon Network's Toonami block from 2005 to 2006. The rights were forfeited by Cartoon Network for tax deductions in 2006, but were reacquired from Production I.G in 2013. It is Toonami's first and only original series. The series ceased airing May 3, 2014. Returned January 3, 2015. Removed after January 25, 2015 due to poor ratings and loss of hour.|
|Inuyasha||2002–2014||Premiered on Adult Swim August 31, 2002. Toonami began airing reruns of the series in November 2012, and continued to do so until Adult Swim's rights to the series expired on March 2, 2014, following the uncut premiere of episode 127. From 2002 to early 2013, the series aired with slight edits for content. Toonami premiered uncut, mastered episodes of Inuyasha from early 2013.|
|Inuyasha: The Final Act||2014–15||Premiered November 15, 2014.|
|JoJo's Bizarre Adventure||2016–2017||Premiered on October 15, 2016, replacing One-Punch Man. Ended on April 15, 2017.|
|Karate Kommandos||2006||1980s Ruby-Spears animated series starring Chuck Norris. Aired Tuesday through Friday mornings.|
|Kekkaishi||2010–12||Premiered May 29, 2010. Continued to air until May 2012.|
|Kikaider||2003||Recap episode 8 was never aired. Adult Swim has also aired the 4th episode OVA series, Kikaider 01.|
|Kill la Kill||2015–16||Premiered on February 7, 2015 and completed its run on August 2, 2015. Returned for a second run on October 3, 2015 until April 9, 2016.|
|Look Around You||2009–2012||Series aired on BBC2 from 2002 to 2005. Adult Swim aired the series from 2009 to 2012.|
|Lupin the 3rd||2003–07||Also known as Shin Lupin III, it is the second Lupin series. Adult Swim aired only 26 episodes. Episode 3 went unaired at Geneon's request due to Nazi references, despite a preview's inclusion at the end of the preceding episode. The rights to this series along with Trigun, were lost with Geneon's closure.|
|Michiko & Hatchin||2015||Premiered June 20, 2015, replacing InuYasha: The Final Act. Completed its run on December 12, 2015|
|The Mighty Boosh||2009–2012||Series ran from 2004 to 2007 on BBC Three.|
|Mission Hill||2002–09; 2011–12||Canceled by The WB with 13 episodes. The last 5 episodes premiered for the first time on Adult Swim.|
|Mr. T||2006||One episode of this series was shown as an April Fools' joke in 2006. Returned in May 2006 as filler for the 5:30am-6am. timeslot.|
|Mobile Suit Gundam||2002||Aired on Toonami in 2001. It was aired on Adult Swim in 2002, but it was pulled due to low ratings.|
|Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket||2002||Also aired on Toonami Midnight Run in 2001.|
|Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory||2002||Originally planned for Toonami.|
|Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn RE:0096||2017||TV re-edit of the Gundam Unicorn OVA series. Premiered January 7, 2017, replacing Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans.|
|Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit||2008–2011||Premiered Saturday, August 23, 2008.|
|Naruto||2012–14||Premiered December 2, 2012, on Toonami. Only the first uncut 52 episodes were aired during the program's first run on Adult Swim . After episode 52's premiere in November 2013, reruns of seasons 1 and 2 continued to air until September 2014. Japanese openings were replaced with those used in Cartoon Network airings.|
|Neon Genesis Evangelion||2005–07||Premiered October 20, 2005. First two episodes aired on Toonami in heavily edited form during Giant Robot Week. Entire series was eventually aired on Adult Swim with little editing. The rights reverted to ADV (now dissolved) after two runs on Adult Swim.|
|The Oblongs||2002–2015||Canceled by The WB with 13 episodes. The last 5 episodes premiered for the first time on Adult Swim. There has been mention of a potential revival by Adult Swim.|
|The Office||2009–2012||The original British sitcom that spawned several worldwide adaptations. All 12 episodes, and both Christmas specials aired in 2009.|
|One Piece||2013–2017||Premiered on May 18, 2013, starting at episode 207. Final broadcast aired on March 18, 2017 with episode 384.|
|One-Punch Man||2016–2017||Premiered July 16, 2016, replacing Samurai Champloo.|
|Paranoia Agent||2005–08||Began airing on Adult Swim on May 28, 2005, followed by an encore airing that began on June 6, 2006. The rights to this series expired July 4, 2008. Currently unlicensed because of Geneon's merge into Universal Studios.|
|Parasyte -the maxim-||2015–16||Premiered October 3, 2015, replacing Sword Art Online II. Returned for a second run on April 16, 2016 and ended October 1, 2016.|
|Pee Wee's Playhouse||2006–09||1980s TV series starring Pee-wee Herman, played by Paul Reubens. Aired on weeknights as an homage to 1980s television, Monday through Thursday, with two full runs being broadcast before it was pulled from the schedule. The rights to this series expired in February 13, 2009.|
|Pilot Candidate||2002||The series was planned for Toonami.|
|The PJs||2008–2012||Former Fox and UPN series. Began airing in December 2008. Now airs on MTV2.|
|The Popeye Show||2002, 2004–05; 2008–09; 2011–12||Assortment of classic Popeye cartoons. Used as filler material pending additional programming and shown with violence and politically incorrect humor, often depicting racial caricatures or caricatures of Adolf Hitler (the World War II cartoon "Spinach fer Britain" once aired on "The Popeye Show").|
|Reign: The Conqueror||2003||Has since been bought by Showtime Beyond.|
|The Ripping Friends||2002–09||Former Fox series.|
|Rocky and Bullwinkle||2002||A 1950s/1960s animated series from Jay Ward Productions. Has also aired on Cartoon Network and Boomerang.|
|Samurai 7||2012–13||Premiered on August 18, 2012 on Toonami. Series finale aired on February 9, 2013 on Toonami.|
|Samurai Champloo||2005–09, 2016||Aired on Saturday nights and later moved to Wednesday nights in 2006, where it finished its run. The rights to this series expired September 18, 2008. Premiered on Toonami on January 2, 2016, replacing Michiko & Hatchin. Ended on July 9, 2016 and replaced by One-Punch Man.|
|Saved by the Bell||2006||8 episodes aired over two weeks, as an April Fools' joke. During the program's run on Adult Swim, the network temporarily renamed itself as [crappy 1980's live action TV network].|
|s-CRY-ed||2005–07||Was featured on Adult Swim on Demand before appearing on the network.|
|Shin-chan||2006–09||An American redubbing of the original Japanese anime, produced by Funimation, with dialog and episode content rewritten for comedic effect. First aired in 2006 as a short series of 6 episodes, the show was overwhelmingly well received by viewers and was picked up for a full season approximately one year later. 52 episodes were aired. While airing on Adult Swim, the series was edited slightly for content. Adult Swim's rights to the series expired August 1, 2009.|
|Sit Down, Shut Up||2014–15||Premiered November 16, 2014. Removed in February 2015 after completing one run.|
|The Smoking Gun||2006||Borrowed series from sister network Court TV (now TruTV). 8 episodes were test-run for 2 weeks starting October 23.|
|Soul Eater||2013–14||Premiered February 16, 2013. Series finale aired March 15, 2014 on Toonami.|
|Space Dandy||2014–15||Anime series from Shinichiro Watanabe, director of Cowboy Bebop and Samurai Champloo. Adult Swim helped finance the production of this series. Premiered January 4, 2014, one day ahead of the Japanese broadcast. Removed from Toonami lineup as of February 2015.|
|Star Wars: The Clone Wars||2009, 2013–14||Computer-animated series that has also aired on Cartoon Network. It aired on Adult Swim Saturday nights in 2009. The series was removed from the Adult Swim schedule September 28, 2009, though returned August 17, 2013, as part of Toonami. Only series to air on Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, without fully switching from one to the other. First 56 episodes were aired before rights to the series expired in September 2014. Episode 57 was originally planned to air, but due to the right loss and following marathon of Beware the Batman, the series left Adult Swim one week early.|
|Sword Art Online||2013–14||Premiered July 27, 2013. Series finale aired February 15, 2014. The series was originally intended to premiere in August 2013, though premiered early due to Adult Swim's rights to ThunderCats expiring early.|
|Sword Art Online II||2015||Second season of Sword Art Online. Premiered March 28, 2015. Ended September 26, 2015.|
|The Super Milk-Chan Show||2004–09||A Japanese import. Ran for 12 episodes, and a series of shorts were compiled into 3 half hours. Also aired on Anime Network.|
|The Super Globetrotters||2006||1970s Hanna-Barbera series, previously aired on Boomerang and Cartoon Network. Aired from February to April 2006.|
|Sym-Bionic Titan||2012–14||Premiered October 6, 2012 as part of Toonami. It originally aired on Cartoon Network. The series was put in turnaround in September 2014, preventing future reruns of the series.|
April 1, 2012
|Originally aired as part of Toonami and aired and intended for Toonami. Repurposed on Adult Swim, with slightly less edits.|
|Tenchi Muyo! GXP||2012–13||Premiered on November 11, 2012 on Toonami. Series finale aired on May 11, 2013 on Toonami.|
|ThunderCats||2012–13||Premiered October 8, 2012. Rights expired after the airing of the episode "Trails of Lion-O, Part 1" July 21, 2013, during the program's second run. Second run was never completed.|
|ToonHeads||2001, 2005; 2008–09; 2011–12||Anthology series featuring animation trivia and uncut or rarely seen cartoons.|
|Tokyo Ghoul||2017||Premiered March 25, 2017 on Toonami, replacing One Piece final broadcast on June 24, 2017.|
April 1, 2012
|Premiered March 31, 2003, Continued to air in reruns until 2006, where the rights expired due to Geneon's closure. Currently licensed by Funimation.|
|Trinity Blood||2006–08||Premiered on Adult Swim on September 9, 2006. The rights to this series expired in the fall of 2008.|
|Unsupervised||2015||Premiered February 2, 2015. Later moved to 12:30/11:30c on Sundays. Removed in June.|
|Voltron||2006–07||Aired on Cartoon Network's Toonami block from March 17, 1997 to August 28, 1998 and on Toonami Midnight Run from July 19, 1999 to February 26, 2000. The same version was rerun on Adult Swim for brief periods in 2006 and 2007.|
|Witch Hunter Robin||2004–05||Premiered on February 16, 2004.|
|Wolf's Rain||2004–05||Premiered Saturday, April 24, 2004 Episodes 1–14 and 19–26 aired, along with the last four OVAs; episodes 15–18, which served almost entirely as recaps of episodes 1–14, were skipped.|
|Yu Yu Hakusho||2002–09,
April 1, 2012
|Premiered Saturday, February 23, 2002. Originally aired on Adult Swim uncut until 2009, when it was moved to Cartoon Network in a heavily cut format. Only the first 21 episodes aired.|
Stunts and cross-promotional programming
|Wrecked||2016||TBS comedy created by Jordan Shipley and Justin Shipley. The series premiere was shown on Adult Swim on June 17, 2016 to promote the series' run on TBS.|
|Full Frontal with Samantha Bee||2016||Talk show on TBS hosted by Samantha Bee. The series premiere was shown on Adult Swim on February 8, 2016, as part of a multi-network simulcast.|
|Jon Glaser Loves Gear||2016||TruTV comedy starring Jon Glaser. The series premiere was shown on Adult Swim on November 1 at midnight for promotional reasons.|
|Neighbors from Hell||2010||A TBS series. The first episode aired only twice on June 13, 2010, for promotional reasons.|
|Dragon Ball Z||2012||Episode 191 aired as part of Adult Swim's 2012 Toonami April Fools' Day stunt.|
|Blue Submarine No. 6||2012||Episode 1 aired as part of Adult Swim's 2012 Toonami April Fools' Day stunt.|
|Mobile Suit Gundam Wing||2012||Episode 10 aired as part of Adult Swim's 2012 Toonami April Fools' Day stunt.|
Pilots and specials
|Bad Guys||2016||Airs December 4, 2016.|
|Captain Sturdy: The Originals||2003||Sequel/rework to a 2001 pilot (Captain Sturdy: Back in Action!) originally aimed at children. Rejected by Adult Swim.|
|Cheyenne Cinnamon and the Fantabulous Unicorn of Sugar Town Candy Fudge||2010||Features the voices of Neko Case and MC Chris. The pilot aired on March 29, 2010, as the winner of an online popularity contest sponsored by Burger King. It was not picked up as a series.|
|Duckworth||2011||Live action pilot created by Dave Willis and Matt Harrigan (co-creator of Assy McGee and Perfect Hair Forever) starring Matt Berry, Dana Snyder, Jason Mantzoukas, and Bill Raymond. Pilot aired in Adult Swim's "DVR Theater" on January 18, 2011.|
|The Finkel Files||2002||Aired in 2002.|
|Filthy Sexy Teen$||2013||Live action pilot created by Paul Scheer, Jonathan Stern, and Curtis Gwinn. Produced by Abominable Pictures and Scheer's company 2nd Man On The Moon. Premiered October 10, 2013. Later picked up by online service Fullscreen.|
|The Groovenians||2002||Has aired on Cartoon Network's Fridays block. The second broadcast attempt was made on Fridays.|
|The Hindenburg Explodes!||2016||Live-action comedy centering on the Hindenburg disaster. Created by Rob Corrdry, Josh Perilo, and Jonathan Stern. Airs December 2, 2016.|
|Korgoth of Barbaria||2006||Created by Aaron Springer. Directly animated by Genndy Tartakovsky of Cartoon Network Studios. It premiered June 4, 2006. Two more storyboards were ordered, but the series was not greenlit due to financial reasons. Aired as a daylight saving time filler during Toonami.|
|Let's Fish||2007||Created by Mark Rivers. Starring Scott Adsit and Brendon Small. Pilot rejected by Adult Swim.|
|The Lewis Lectures||2002||A Soup2Nuts short created by Merrill Markoe. Starring Jack Black as a Tony Robbins-esque dog. Pilot rejected by Adult Swim.|
|The Mark Lembeck Technique||2016||Live action comedy starring Jason Alexander. Aired December 2, 2016|
|Paid Programming||2009||The pilot aired as a "special" unannounced on November 3, 2009, then re-aired every Tuesday-Thursday until December 3, 2009. It was not picked up for a full series, as confirmed when creator, H. Jon Benjamin, called it an "abject failure".|
|The Pound Hole||2015||15 minute short set to introduce the pilot on April 20, 2015|
|Saddle Rash||2002||Created by Loren Bouchard, co-creator of Home Movies. It was rejected by Adult Swim.|
|Snake 'n' Bacon||2009||The pilot first aired May 10, 2009. It was entered in a Burger King popularity contest to be aired in March and then re-evaluated for a series run, but was not successful.|
|Southies||2011||Animated comedy about a family in South Boston. Created by Carl W. Adams who worked on Dr. Katz, Home Movies, and Assy McGee. Pilot aired in Adult Swim's "DVR theater" on January 19, 2011.|
|Stiff||2007||Live-action special from Matt Maiellaro, it aired on Adult Swim October 31, 2007.|
|That Crook'd 'Sipp||2007||Created by Jacob Escobedo, Nick Weidenfeld, and a third mysterious figure of Williams Street, and starring David Banner. Pilot aired on May 13, 2007. The show idea was scrapped and later produced into the hour-long special Freaknik: The Musical, which first aired on March 7, 2010.|
|Totally for Teens||2011||Pilot from Derrick Beckles (TV Carnage, Street Carnage), Vernon Chatman (PFFR, Wonder Showzen, Xavier: Renegade Angel), and Ari Fishman from The Daily Show. Pilot aired in Adult Swim's "DVR theater" on January 20, 2011.|
|Übermansion||2013||Animated pilot by Zeb Wells and Matthew Senreich. Produced by Stoopid Buddy Stoodios and Stoop!d Monkey. The pilot was released online on July 22, 2013, as part of a vote to decide whether or not it will air on August 26. The pilot won and aired on television on August 26, 2013. Later picked up by online service Crackle and retitled SuperMansion.|
|Welcome to Eltingville||2002||Adapted from the Eisner Award-winning comic book Dork! by Evan Dorkin.|
|The Xtacles||2008||Failed spin-off of Frisky Dingo. Only two episodes were produced, they both premiered together on November 9, 2008. An animated short bridging the gap between the show and Frisky Dingo was produced as a special feature on the season two DVD of Frisky Dingo on January 6, 2009|
Baby Samson and Goliath in Enter the Green Hotdog 
Nikki and Peg 
|The Adult Swim Golf Classic: Daly vs. Scott||2016||Aired April 8, 2016. Extended 72 minute version available at AdultSwim.com.|
|Anime Talk Show||2004||Space Ghost interviews Meatwad from Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Sharko from Sealab 2021, and Early Cuyler from Squidbillies. It was meant as a response to the pilot episode of Perfect Hair Forever, which unexpectedly preempted the Squidbillies pilot.|
|Aziz Ansari's Dangerously Delicious||2012||Parody infomercial for Aziz Ansari's stand-up special Dangerously Delicious by Abso Lutely Productions. Aired July 23, 2012.|
|Bagboy||2015||Aired February 20, 2015.|
|Big Grams||2016||Animated special based on music from the group Big Grams. Aired March 28, 2016.|
|Brett Gelman’s Dinner In America||2016||Premiering July 1, 2016|
|Christmas in December||2009-10||A Christmas infomercial parody, featuring a compilation of mini infomercials marketing some merchandise in their shop.|
|Dinner with Family with Brett Gelman and Brett Gelman's Family||2015||Premiered on February 20, 2015.|
|Dinner with Friends with Brett Gelman and Friends||2014||Live-action half-hour special parodying Dinner for Five. Aired April 24, 2014.|
|Earth Ghost||2011||Premiered as on April 1, 2011 as part of an April Fools' Day prank. It is a version of the Lowe Country, pilot that was released online in May 2007. In this version George Lowe is replaced by a poorly animated CGI Space Ghost along with all of the people that he interacted replaced with poorly animated CGI versions of themselves.|
|Freaknik: The Musical||2010||A 60-minute special starring T-Pain, Rick Ross, Lil' Wayne, Andy Samberg, and numerous other special guests. This was originally planned as a series titled That Crook'd 'Sipp, but the series plan was scrapped and changed into an hour-long special, which first aired March 7, 2010.|
|Gigglefudge, USA||2016||Aired on April 11, 2016.|
|Joe Pera Helps You Find the Perfect Christmas Tree||2016||Airs December 9, 2016.|
|Live at the Necropolis: The Lords of Synth||2016||Parody infomercial that aired on May 2, 2016.|
|Metalocalypse: The Doom Star Requiem||2013||One hour rock opera special from the Adult Swim series Metalocalypse. It aired on October 27, 2013.|
|Mr. Neighbor's House||2016||Created by Brian Huskey, Jason Mantzoukas, and Jesse Falcon. Parody of children's shows such as Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Aired on December 2, 2016.|
|Newbridge Tourism Board Presents: "We're Newbridge, We're Comin' To Get Ya!"||2014||Parody infomercial that aired November 3, 2014. Written by and featuring Tom Scharpling and Jon Wurster based on their comedy bits from The Best Show on WFMU.|
|Scavengers||2016||Airs December 24, 2016.|
|Swords, Knives, Very Sharp Objects and Cutlery||2012||Special aired November 27, 2012.|
|Too Many Cooks||2014||Parody of various television opening sequences, it aired on October 27, 2014.|
|Unedited Footage of a Bear||2014||Aired on December 15, 2014.|
|Young Person's Guide to History||2008||A two-part special from the creators of Saul of the Mole Men.|
|A Day in the Life of Ranger Smith||2002||Originally aired on Cartoon Network in 1999, this was a homage to Yogi Bear/Ranger Smith and an original animation by Spumco.|
|The Animation Show||2005||Animated shorts from The Animation Show 2003. Featured Billy's Balloon, Intermission, and Mike's Pencil Test. Aired in November 2005.|
|Batman: Strange Days||2014||Animated short created for Batman's 75th anniversary. Originally broadcast on Cartoon Network as part of DC Nation. Aired May 10, 2014 during a commercial break of a Beware the Batman episode.|
|Batman Beyond||2014||Animated short created for Batman's 75th anniversary. Originally broadcast on Cartoon Network as part of DC Nation. Aired August 2, 2014 during a commercial break of a Beware the Batman episode. Not to be confused with the television series.|
|Boo Boo Runs Wild||2002||Originally aired on Cartoon Network in 1999, this was a homage to Yogi Bear/Ranger Smith and an original animation by Spümcø.|
|Kakurenbo: Hide and Seek||2005||Japanese animated short centering around demonic themes. Aired October 31, 2005.|
|Kick-Heart||2013||Animated short by Production I.G. Aired August 31, 2013 on Toonami. Aired for a third time as daylight saving time filler on November 2, 2013.|
|Night of the Living Doo||2002||A Scooby-Doo short written by Casper Kelly and Jeff Olson. The short was originally a part of Cartoon Network's The Scooby Project.|
|Penguins Behind Bars||2003||Canadian-made short acquired and aired only once.|
|Shelter: The Animation||2016||Airs December 31, 2016.|
|The Jetsons: Father and Son Day||2002||Flash animated short made by Spümcø based on The Jetsons.|
|The Jetsons: The Best Son||2002||Flash animated short made by Spümcø based on The Jetsons.|
|Children Who Chase Lost Voices||2016||2011 animated film directed by Makoto Shinkai. Premiered November 5, 2016.|
|Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan||2014||1993 animated film based on the Dragon Ball Z anime series. Premiered December 21, 2014.|
|Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos||2014||2011 animated film based on the Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood anime series. Premiered December 14, 2014.|
|Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge||2014||1991 animated film based on the Dragon Ball Z anime series. Premiered May 24, 2014.|
|Trigun: Badlands Rumble||2013||2010 animated film set in the same universe as the 1998 Trigun anime series. Premiered December 28, 2013.|
|Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa||2013||2005 animated film sequel of the original 2003 Fullmetal Alchemist anime series. Premiered December 21, 2013.|
|Summer Wars||2013||2009 animated film by director Mamoru Hosoda. Premiered December 14, 2013.|
|Akira||2013||1988 animated film based on the manga series of the same name. Premiered December 7, 2013.|
|Evangelion 2.22 You Can (Not) Advance||2013||2009 animated movie remake of the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series. Sequel to Evangelion 1.11. Premiered August 31, 2013.|
|Evangelion 1.11 You Are (Not) Alone||2013||2007 animated movie remake of the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series. Premiered March 17, 2013. First film broadcast on Toonami since revival.|
|Black Dynamite||2012||2009 live-action movie that inspired the Adult Swim series. Aired on September 2, 2012.|
|Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion||2009||Aired on December 5, 2009. First anime film to air on Adult Swim in high definition.|
|Bleach: Memories of Nobody||2009||Aired on September 5, 2009.|
|G.I. Joe: Resolute||2009||90-minute movie that aired April 25, 2009.|
|The Room||2009||First aired on April 1, 2009 as part of an April Fools' Day prank. In 2010 it aired again on April Fools' Day; featuring Space Ghost interviewing Tommy Wiseau in the same format as Space Ghost Coast to Coast as bumps. The movie aired again on April 1, 2011, for the third year in a row. On April 1, 2012, part of the opening was aired, before cutting to TOM from Toonami, opening an announced night of the block.|
|Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters||2008||Feature film based on Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and was the first film adaption of an Adult Swim series. It was released in theaters on April 13, 2007. The film made its official television debut on March 31, 2008 on Adult Swim.|
|InuYasha the Movie: Fire on the Mystic Island||2006||Premiered December 23, 2006.|
|InuYasha the Movie: Swords of an Honorable Ruler||2006||Premiered August 12, 2006.|
|Escaflowne: The Movie||2005||Premiered September 10, 2005.|
|Cowboy Bebop: The Movie||2005||Premiered September 3, 2005. A theatrical Cowboy Bebop movie based on the TV show. Also known as Cowboy Bebop: Knockin' on Heaven's Door.|
|InuYasha the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass||2005||Premiered Saturday, August 28, 2005.|
|InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time||2005||Premiered May 21, 2005. The first theatrical InuYasha movie. Also known as InuYasha: The Love That Transcends Time.|
|Metropolis||2005||Premiered May 14, 2005. Theatrical film based on the manga by Osamu Tezuka and the 1927 film of the same name.|
|Read or Die||2004||Three-episode OVA prequel to the Read or Die series that premiered on October 23, 2004. Aired as a single feature with credits at the end.|
|The Animatrix||2004||Premiered April 17, 2004. Series of Japanese, American and Korean animated shorts based on The Matrix films.|
|Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack||2003||Premiered January 4, 2003. Theatrical film based on the Mobile Suit Gundam series. The last program aired on Adult Swim's Saturday schedule before it was renewed in 2004.|
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