New “Beware The Batman” Not On Cartoon Network January 2014 Schedule

Cartoon Network has provided The World’s Finest with programming details for the month of January 2014, and new episodes of Beware The Batman are absent from the schedule. The CG-animated series was removed from the Cartoon Network schedule back in October 2013, with reports claiming a January 2014 return for the Batman cartoon. The series originally aired Saturday and Sunday mornings at 10:00am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network as part of the hour-long DC Nation programming block, but has since been replaced with back-to-back Teen Titans Go! repeats. No reasons for Beware The Batman‘s removal from the schedule were provided.

When asked for a statement, a representative for Cartoon Network said updates will be forthcoming soon about future plans for Beware The Batman.

Additionally, the Saturday morning DC Nation block is scheduled to be pre-empted for at least the first two weeks of the month due to special programming. DC Nation now airs Saturday and Sunday morning at 9:30am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network.

The remaining fifteen Beware The Batman episodes from the series’ first season are slated to be aired within the first half of 2014, though schedule details remain subject to unexpected revision. Beware The Batman currently remains in active production. The original report on the Beware The Batman‘s removal from the schedule can be found here.

Beware The Batman debuted July 2013 on Cartoon Network, netting average but consistent ratings for the animation-themed channel. Beware the Batman incorporates Batman’s core characters with a rogue gallery of new villains not previously seen in animated form. Along with backup from ex-secret agent Alfred and lethal swordstress Katana, the Dark Knight faces the twisted machinations of Gotham City’s criminal underworld. Eleven episodes of the series have aired thus far.

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  2. Ian

    I have loved almost all animated Batman shows from SuperFriends, to Batman:TAS, Batman Beyond, Justice League Unlimited, Brave and the Bold (had to get used it at first, but exceeded my expectations), and almost all the animated movies with Mask of the Phantasm being my favorite. Didn’t really dig The Batman, or this Beware the Batman show though… can’t even get my 5 year old to watch it and he has Batman bed sheets and wall art, etc.

  3. Mike Vargas

    Will Beware the Batman’ still be on cartoon network, I can’t imagin any channels being on were there’s cartoons.

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  5. Brittany C.

    I loved Beware the Batman, although rather different; it brought out villains that I didn’t even know existed and I loved the Alfred that can kick ass instead of being an old man like TDK trilogy did. I hope they bring back the show, they need to stop halting shows like this or else what else are we going to have compete against The Batman Animated Series. Plus also cause I loved that they brought Katana; somewhat a girl superhero! I’m so sick and tired of DC Comics leaving out girls behind, we love comics too; bring our super heroines to the screen!!

    1. YJI

      in an IGN article cartoon network said they don’t want females watching their shows, i know sounds very dumb doesn’t it?. they only care about toy sales, and according to them boys buy toys and girls don’t, and since most boys are only watching comedy shows such as “adventure time” and “regular show”, that’s probably the only type of shows they’re going to be putting out..sad this is what it has come to, or favorite DC characters will probably never get any serious plot driven animated show for the foreseeable future as the new younger generation apparently don’t prefer those kind of shows.

  6. Susan

    I really love the animation in beware the batman. Thought it was a great take on the story too. Why do all the DC series get canceled prematurely???? It was really cooking along! where do we write?

  7. prank

    “Beware The Batman currently remains in active production.”
    All I needed to know, maybe there was a technical hitch on the episodes or something

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  9. steve

    some sites including Anthony Ruivivar twitter, voices batman in the series, are reporting a January 18th startup date for the new episodes. Ruivivar has reportedly been told January 18th.

    1. ken

      Anthony Ruivivar’s twitter says he “heard” January 18, not “was told” January 18. And that was December 28. This January 2 news is both fresher and more authoritative. Plus, consistent with CN’s history of unpredictability.

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