Canceled / Ended Cartoon Network Shows

Childrens' Hospital

  • Cartoon Network
  • 7 seasons
  • Comedy, Drama

This hospital drama set in a hospital for children airs on thewb.com.

First aired July 11th, 2010.

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated

  • Cartoon Network
  • 2 seasons
  • Animation, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Children, Family

Scooby-Doo and the gang attempt to solve creepy mysteries in the town of Crystal Cove, a place with a history of eerie supernatural events.

First aired July 12th, 2010.

Generator Rex

  • Cartoon Network
  • 3 seasons
  • Animation, Action, Comedy, Drama, Family, Sci-Fi, Superhero

Fifteen-year-old Rex is not like other boys. Infected by microscopic molecular-altering nanites, this boy has the ability to grow machines out of his body. As a result he travels the world investigating biological mutations.

First aired April 23rd, 2010.

Bakugan Battle Brawlers

  • Cartoon Network
  • 5 seasons
  • Animation, Action, Adventure

Bakugan Battle Brawlers is a Japanese action adventure anime television series produced by TMS Entertainment and Japan Vistec under the direction of Mitsuo Hashimoto. The story centers on the lives of creatures called Bakugan and the battle brawlers who possess them. Though initially a failure in Japan, the series became popular in the United States and Canada, prompting the creation/order of several follow-up seasons, which aired in other countries before Japan. The fourth and final season, Mechtanium Surge, was never broadcast in Japan and instead aired in Canadian and U.S. markets. The Bakugan franchise are co-productions from Nelvana Enterprises, Spin Master, Sega Toys and TMS Entertainment, with animation by TMS Entertainment in association with Sega Toys. On January 15, 2012, CoroCoro Comics announced that a spin-off series is currently in production that will be based and feature the characters from the BakuTech manga.

First aired April 5th, 2007.

Thundercats

  • Cartoon Network
  • 1 season
  • Animation, Action

ThunderCats, ho! ThunderCats presents the grand origin story of Prince Lion-O's ascension to the throne — and those who would thwart his destiny at any cost — and takes on epic dimensions in this sharp new telling of the 1980s classic. This all-new animated series combines swords and science, as the forces of good and evil battle each other in the quest for the fabled Stones of Power, and Lion-O and his champions learn valuable lessons of loyalty, honor and mortality in each episode. This reimagining marks a creative collaboration between Warner Bros. Animation and Studio4°C, one of the most vibrant animation studios in Japan, giving the characters a new cutting-edge look while remaining true to the compelling storylines and mythology of the series. Roaring to life through the Japanese animated artistry of anime, the characters of Lion-O, Mumm-Ra, Panthro, Cheetara and others spring off the screen with realistic catlike characteristics inconceivable in previous incarnations.

First aired July 29th, 2011.

Ben 10: Ultimate Alien

  • Cartoon Network
  • 2 seasons
  • Animation, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Children, Drama, Family, Sci-Fi, Superhero

16-year-old Ben Tennyson is an internationally-known super hero to kids, and distrusted by adults. Armed with a mysterious new Omnitrix, Ben is ready for action in a whole set of new places.

First aired April 23rd, 2010.

Batman: The Brave and The Bold

  • Cartoon Network
  • 2 seasons
  • Animation, Superhero

In this new animated series, Batman travels to the past and future, journeys beneath the sea and into outer space, and teams up with fellow heroes such as Blue Beetle, Green Arrow, Plastic Man, Aquaman, Red Tornado, Wildcat, and many more, in this series inspired by the classic DC comic The Brave and the Bold.

First aired November 14th, 2008.

Sym-Bionic Titan

  • Cartoon Network
  • 1 season
  • Animation, Action, Sci-Fi

Sym-Bionic Titan was an American animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. The series focused on a trio made up of an alien princess, a rebellious soldier, and a robot; these three characters are able to combine to create the titular Sym-Bionic Titan. A preview of the series was first shown at the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con International, and further details were revealed at Cartoon Network's 2010 Upfront. The series premiered on September 17, 2010.

Cartoon Network initially ordered 20 episodes; Tartakovsky had hoped to expand on that, but the series was not renewed for another season. Tartakovsky is now reported to have moved on to Sony Pictures Animation.

First aired September 17th, 2010.

Unnatural History

  • Cartoon Network
  • 1 season
  • Action, Adventure, History, Reality TV

This show follows Henry Griffin, a teenager with skills acquired through years of traveling the world with his anthropologist parents. He must now use those skills to move back to America and attend a public high school.

First aired June 13th, 2010.

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

  • Cartoon Network
  • 6 seasons
  • Animation, Children

Craig McCracken, creator of The Powerpuff Girls, presents an Emmy-Award winning Flash-animated Cartoon Network original series with some of the best friends you can think of.

In this world, imaginary friends become real the instant a kid thinks them up. Everyone can see them, everyone can talk to them -- but what happens when a kid outgrows his friend? Then that friend is welcome at Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, an adoption center owned by old Madame Foster, that provides a home for them, until a child in need of an imaginary friend, who can't think their own up, comes to adopt them.

One such friend there is Blooregard Q. Kazoo, the creation of eight-year-old clever, yet shy Mac, who's mother tells him he's too old for Bloo. Though the little blue blob felt that "adoption is not an option," Mac convinced him to stay long enough that, after a sinister plan devised by self-centered Duchess and Mac's 13-year-old dumber than dirt bullying brother Terrence fails, Mac proves his loyalty. Moved by his loyalty and pure imagination, Madame Foster, herself, states that Bloo may stay at Foster's without ever having to worry about being adopted. In return, all Mac has to do is visit every day.

This isn't a problem, considering that Mac would rather spend his after-school time with Bloo and all the other wacky friends, like the egg-laying sanity challenged bird-airplane-plant thing Coco, cowardly protector Eduardo, basketball-playing Wilt, along with Madame Foster's granddaughter Frankie and the imaginary friend created by Madame Foster, Mr. Herriman, than at home. Every day, thanks to Blooregard's crazy schemes, the gang end up in wacky adventures.

First aired August 13th, 2004.

The Powerpuff Girls

  • Cartoon Network
  • 6 seasons
  • Animation, Action, Children, Crime

Created by Craig McCracken, The Powerpuff Girls has become popular with a broad audience. The Powerpuff Girls first incarnation was as a project for Craig McCracken's college class at The California Arts Institution in 1992. Three years later, the crew at Cartoon Network saw it and gave it its first pilot in 1995. Later on in the following year, The Powerpuff Girls had their second pilot, and finally a TV series in 1998. The show is about three little girls who were created in a laboratory experiment by Professor Utonium, who combined sugar, spice, and everything nice in an effort to create the perfect little girl. However, the professor accidentally added some "Chemical X" into the mix, and the three girls were born from the resulting explosion. With their super charged powers, they challenge the forces of evil so that justice will prevail. The Powerpuff Girls is one of Cartoon Network's original animated series and is part of the collection known as Cartoon Cartoons.

First aired November 18th, 1998.

Total Drama Island

  • Cartoon Network
  • 1 season
  • Comedy, Drama

After Chris took the show worldwide, Camp Wawanakwa has been abandoned and turned into a toxic nuclear waste dump. It will provide a great place for all-new challenges and risks as thirteen new players fight to win the million dollar prize.

First aired July 8th, 2007.

Teen Titans

  • Cartoon Network
  • 5 seasons
  • Animation, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Superhero

The Teen Titans are five heroes under one roof. Their names: Robin, Starfire, Raven, Cyborg, and Beast Boy They live in a large tower in the shape of a T that they call Titan Tower. No secret identities. No school. Just superheroes being superheroes. They must go up against their arch nemesis, Slade, and his evil minions. What he really plans to do is unknown but one thing's for sure... he's an evil madman.

First aired July 19th, 2003.

Johnny Bravo

  • Cartoon Network
  • 4 seasons
  • Animation, Children

Johnny Bravo is the hilarious hit Cartoon Network series that tells the tale of the self-obsessed all-brawns-little-brains character Johnny Bravo, whose biceps are as big as his ego. In love with himself, his eccentric Mama thinks Johnny Bravo is perfect, but we all know different, right? Desperate for a girlfriend, the hapless hunk works out all the time but hasn’t worked out how to charm girls! Only Lil’ Suzy, the girl next door, has a crush on Johnny Bravo, but let’s face it she’s far too young to know any better. Laugh out loud as Johnny Bravo tries to woo the ladies with his big blonde quiff!

First aired July 7th, 1997.

The Oblongs...

  • Cartoon Network
  • 1 season
  • Comedy

The tight-knit Oblong clan lives in Hill Valley, a toxic valley downstream from your typical industrial waste site, which has caused a variety of bizarre physical and emotional abnormalities. At the head of the dinner table is the loving, limbless, tirelessly upbeat patriarch Bob Oblong and his adoring, alcohol-and-tobacco-addicted, bald-but-beautifully-wigged wife Pickles, who frequents the Rusty Bucket bar, owned by transexual Anita Bidet (who was originally to be named Sofonda Cox!). The family includes their conjoined twin sons Biff and Chip, who share three legs and three buttocks, but can't seem to agree on anything; sweet, tattling, 4-year-old daughter Beth, sporting a cucumber-like growth sprouting from her head; and youngest son Milo, a one-haired optimist who has every childhood emotional disorder and behavioral problem ever diagnosed. Other members of the family include Bob's mother, Grammy, who's a vegetable; Milo's narcoleptic scottie dog, Scottie; and the chain-smoki

First aired April 1st, 2001.

MAD

  • Cartoon Network
  • 3 seasons
  • Animation, Comedy

New MAD animated television series producer/story editor Kevin Shinick (Robot Chicken) and Warner Bros. Animation executive Peter Girardi join MAD Magazine editor John Ficarra, art director Sam Viviano, legendary artist Sergio Aragones and contemporary artist Tom Richmond.

First aired September 6th, 2010.

Metalocalypse

  • Cartoon Network
  • 5 seasons
  • Fantasy, Music Video

Brutality wields its uncomfortable deth-hammer. Excruciating horrors loom, waiting for the right moment to crush us all into a smooth repugnant paste, with very few lumps. Experience the lurking blackness of dating, the vomitous torture of job insecurity, the repulsive abhorrence of reality, the emasculating woe of dating a co-worker, and the pinching, sweaty waking DETH of flying coach. Will our beloved Dethklok survive these deathly trials or will they perish like a flaming serpent cast down by Odin? The Metalocalypse indeed looms nearer.

First aired August 6th, 2006.

Superjail!

  • Cartoon Network
  • 4 seasons
  • Comedy, Crime

In a surreal world, a large maximum security prison, which houses thousands of dangerous inmates is run by an eccentric warden and his equally odd staff.

First aired September 28th, 2008.

Johnny Test

  • Cartoon Network
  • 6 seasons
  • Action, Adventure, Children

“Johnny Test,” marketed under Cookie Jar’s action adventure brand Coliseum, chronicles the adventures of a fearless 11-year-old boy, his genetically engineered super dog, Dukey, and his 13-year-old super genius brainiac twin sisters, Susan and Mary, who use Johnny as their guinea pig for their out-of-this-world scientific experiments. Johnny is the ultimate test pilot where no mission is too unbelievable, no challenge is too great, no villain is too menacing – and no sister-created concoction is too wild. As long as his dog, Dukey, can come along, Johnny gives it a go! “Johnny Test” premieres its new season Saturday, September 22 on Kids’ WB! on The CW.

First aired September 17th, 2005.

Black Dynamite

  • Cartoon Network
  • 2 seasons
  • Action, Drama

Black Dynamite, the new 30-minute animated series, premieres Sunday, July 15 at 11:30 p.m. (ET, PT) on Adult Swim.  Based on 2009’s critically-acclaimed feature film, the Black Dynamite animated series further chronicles the exploits of the central character, Black Dynamite, and his crew.  Under the direction of head writer Carl Jones (The Boondocks), the series features the voice talent of Michael Jai White (For Better or Worse, The Dark Knight, Why Did I Get Married?), Tommy Davidson (In Living Color, Bamboozled), Kym Whitley (The Cleveland Show, Brian McKnight Show) and Byron Minns (Mongo Wrestling Alliance), all of whom starred in the feature film. 

 

Black Dynamite, the animated series, is being produced by Ars Nova.  Jon Steingart, Carl Jones, and Jillian Apfelbaum are executive producers.  Brian Ash is co-executive producer.  Scott Sanders, Michael Jai White and Byron Minns are producers. Monica Jones is associate producer. Lesean Thomas is creative producer/supervising director. Original music by Adrian Younge. Black Dynamite is being animated by Titmouse, Inc.

First aired July 29th, 2012.