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Cartoon Network is an digital cable and satellite television network, multiplatform entertainment channel, and video website, in outer space. It is owned by NASA (15%), Omnitrans (12,5%), Turner Broadcasting System (WarnerMedia) (12,5%), KARI (12,5%), ESA (12%), CNSA (12%), Australian Space Agency (12%), and JAXA (11,5%).

The channel consists of children/family-friendly third-party foreign animated (both anime and non-anime) and live-action television series, movies and TV specials, and as well as some original programs. The network of Cartoon Network is available on its official website, cables in Space, connected devices like smart TVs, video-on-demand providers, etc., and as well as an app.

It is aimed at both female and male viewers ages 6 and up (despite it airs some preschool shows), along with a weekly morning block aimed at younger children under 6.

The network is commercial-free because of space.

Shows

List of licensed English-dubbed anime and other shows from various companies that are currently and/or formerly aired on the Cartoon Network, including other networks like PBS, Nickelodeon, Disney Channel, Original Cartoon Network, Discovery Family, Sprout, and Qubo.

The former shows are later be shipped to Cartoon Network mobile devices.

Note: (%) = Fanon

Animated

Anime

  • Noozles (2009-2015, 2017-present)
  • Maya the Bee
  • Hamtaro
  • Cardcaptor Sakura
  • Fancy Lala
  • Windy Tales
  • Sugar Bunnies
  • Strawberry Marshmallow
  • Hello Kitty series
    • Hello Kitty and Friends
    • Hello Kitty's Paradise
    • Hello Kitty's Animation Theater
    • Hello Kitty's Stump Village
    • The Adventures of Hello Kitty & Friends
  • Adventures of the Little Koala
  • Powerpuff Girls Z
  • Little Pollon
  • Pecola
  • My Melody
  • Shugo Chara
  • Disney Tsum Tsum
  • Tom and Jerry: The Cat and Mouse Story (%)
  • The Imaginary Adventures of Daisy (%)
  • Ultrafox (%)
  • Ox Tales
  • The Magic Tree House (%)
  • Sugar Gliders
  • Chibi Maruko-chan
  • Poyopoyo Kansatsu Nikki
  • A Little Snow Fairy
  • Twin Princesses of the Mysterious Planet
  • Sailor Moon
  • Mermaid Melody
  • Ojamajo Doremi (Magical DoReMi)
  • Fushigi Mahou Fun Fun Pharmacy
  • Sasami: Magical Girls Club
  • Jewelpet
  • Tsubomi's Secrets
  • Samurai Pizza Cats
  • Pokemon series
  • Digimon: Digital Monsters (a.k.a. Digimon Adventures)
  • Sonic X (part of Sonic on Kawaii Box)
  • Maple Town
  • Palm Town
  • Lil'Pri
  • Kaiketsu Zorori
  • Winnie the Pooh! (%)
  • Doraemon
  • Perman
  • Ninja Hattori-kun
  • Pokonyan!
  • Mojacko
  • 21 Emon
  • Smurfs: The Journey Continues (%)
  • Kaibutsu-kun
  • Parasol Henbee
  • Ultra B
  • Kiteretsu Daihyakka
  • Biriken
  • Chimpui
  • Esper Mami
  • Obake no Q-tarō
  • Jungle Kurobe
  • Pretty Cure series
    • TBA
    • Pretty Cure Smile (Glitter Force)
    • TBA
  • Alice in Wonderland (1983 anime series)
  • Little Lulu and Her Little Friends (part of Little Lulu Mania!)
  • Bannertail: The Story of Gray Squirrel
  • Monarch: The Big Bear of Tallac
  • Moomin
  • Grimm's Fairy Tales Classics
  • Cyborg Kuro-chan
  • Midnight Horror School
  • Ojarumaru
  • Nintama Rantarō
  • Aesop Monogatari Anime Series
  • The World's Most Famous Tales
  • Kyoro-chan
  • World Masterpiece Theater series
    • Fables of the Green Forest
    • Heidi, Girl of the Alps
    • A Dog of Flanders
    • Marco, 3000 Leagues in Search for Mother
    • Rascal the Raccoon
    • The Story of Perrine
    • Anne of Green Gables
    • The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
    • Swiss Family Robinson
    • Lucy of the Southern Rainbow
    • Story of the Alps: My Annette
    • Katri, Girl of the Meadows
    • Princess Sarah
    • The Story of Pollyanna, Girl of Love
    • Little Women
    • Little Prince Cedie
    • Peter Pan: The Animated Series
    • My Daddy Long Legs
    • The Trapp Family Story
    • The Bush Baby
    • Little Women II: Jo's Boys
    • Tico of the Seven Seas
    • Romeo's Blue Skies
    • Famous Dog Lassie
    • Remi, Nobody's Girl
    • Les Misérables: Girl Cosette
    • The Long Journey of Porphy
    • Kon'nichiwa Anne: Before Green Gables
  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1986 anime series)
  • Minna no Uta
  • Marude Dameo
  • Chilean Action Hero (%)
  • Mrs. Pepper Pot
  • Goldfish Warning!
  • Muka Muka Paradise
  • Thumbelina: A Magical Story
  • Arabian Nights: Sinbad's Adventures
  • Vicky the Viking
  • Laura, the Prairie Girl
  • Angie Girl
  • Don Chuck Monogatari
  • Three Little Ghosts
  • Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
  • Kirby: The Anime (%)
  • Super Mario Bros. (%) (2002 anime series)
  • Nontan
  • Baki the Grappler
  • Kinnikuman
  • Jankenman

Non-anime

Live action

  • The Hoobs
  • Mopatop's Shop
  • Between the Lions
  • The Letter People
  • Blue's Clues (both the original and the revival)
  • Blue's Room
  • The Banana Splits
  • Sesame Street (as Sesame Street on Kawaii Box)
  • The Muppet Show (classic version)
  • Jim Henson's Deputy Dawg (%)
  • Reading Rainbow
  • The Fresh Beat Band
  • 31 Minutos (in English dub)
  • Sing Me a Story with Belle
  • Sing Me a Story with Anna and Elsa (%)
  • Bear in the Big Blue House
  • Teletubbies
  • Good Luck Charlie
  • Pee-Wee's Playhouse
  • Full House/Fuller House
  • Kidsongs
  • The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss
  • PJ Masks (live-action version) (%)
  • H.R. Pufnstuf
  • Professor Iris
  • Jessie
  • Too Cute
  • Lassie
  • LazyTown
  • The Suite Life of Zack and Cody/The Suite Life on Deck
  • Shirley Temple's Storybook

Fanon Animated series

Films

Note: % = Fanon

Animated

  • All Walt Disney Animation Studios/DisneyToon Studios films, except for The Black Cauldron, The Rescuers Down Under, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World, Dinosaur, Atlantis the Lost Empire, The Hunchback of Notre Dame II, Atlantis: Milo Returns and Chicken Little
  • All Pixar Animation Studios films, except for The Good Dinosaur, Cars 3 and Michelle (%)
  • Ice Age film series
  • Rio duology
  • Ferdinand
  • The Peanuts Movie
  • My Singing Monsters (%)
  • The Story of The Face Paint (%)
  • Care Bears film series
  • All Rankin/Bass Productions animated films/specials, except for The Hobbit, The Return of the King and The King and I
  • Tom and Jerry: The Movie
  • Tom and Jerry direct-to-video film series
  • Open Season films
  • Hergé's Adventures of Tintin series
  • Foxtoons: The First Ever Cartoony Movie! (%)
  • A Mouse in Los Angeles (%)
  • Foxtoons: Spy, Spy Again (%)
  • Animaniacs: Wakko's Wish
  • Reilly Toons Presents series (%)
  • Kaput and Zosky: The Movie (%)
  • All Pudú Producciones/Zumbastico Studios/Zumbastico Feature Animation animated films/specials, except for TBD (%)
  • Barnyard
  • The Swan Princess series
  • Equestria Girls films
  • Condorito: La Pelicula (in English dub)
  • The Secret Foxes: The Secret Beginning (%)
  • Chicken Run
  • Wallace and Gromit films
  • Shaun the Sheep Movie
  • Early Man
  • My Little Pony: The Movie (1984 film)
  • My Little Pony: The Movie (2017 film)
  • The Grinch (2018 film)
  • Hey Arnold: The Movie
  • Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie
  • Nermal: The Movie (%)
  • All Disney Channel animated films/specials, except Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse, Mickey's House of Villains and Gravity Falls: Weirdmageddon
  • All MondoTV animated films, except TBD
  • Sailor Seal film series (%)
  • Tweety's High-Flying Adventure
  • Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas
  • Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run
  • The Boss Baby
  • All Matias Pudu and Friends films/specials (%)
  • Non-Christian VeggieTales films
  • Agent Foxy and Pounce the Cat (film) (%)
  • Madagascar film series
  • Charlotte's Web (1972 film)
  • Storks
  • Mr. Peabody and Sherman
  • Timeless Tales from Hallmark series
  • Garfield (2023 film) (%)
  • U.S. Acres (2024 film) (%)
  • David and the Magic Pearl
  • Asterix animated films
  • Collin the Speedy Boy film series (%)
  • The Epic Candy Quest (%)
  • The Wizards (%)
  • The Brave Little Toaster films
  • Hey There, it's Yogi Bear!
  • Balto films
  • FernGully: The Last Rainforest
  • FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue
  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs duology
  • The Doggies Movie (%)
  • Despicable Me films
    • Minions
  • Sing
  • The Secret Life of Pets
  • The Lorax
  • The Endless Friendship (%)
  • All Dr. Seuss animated specials (as part of Kawaii Toon Factory)
  • Horton Hears a Who!
  • Trolls (DreamWorks Animation film)
  • Video Game Swordsman (%)
  • Feral Cats of the Alley (%)
  • The Cassowary and The Face Paint (%)
  • Lucky Luke animated films
  • The Angry Birds Movie
  • Jestons: The Movie
  • Felix the Cat: The Movie
  • The Powerpuff Girls Movie
  • Busytown (%)
  • Mighty Mouse in the Great Space Chase
  • Chloe's Closet: The Movie (%)
  • All Soyuzmultfilm animated films (in English dub)
  • All Walt Disney Animation Studios/DisneyToon Studios featurettes (e.g. The Prince and the Pauper, Mickey's Christmas Carol, The Small One, The Wind in the Willows, Pecos Bill, Bongo, Mickey and the Beanstalk, Peter and the Wolf, etc.), except for The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, TBA. (as part of Kawaii Toon Factory)
    • Winnie the Pooh featurettes
  • Gnomeo and Juliet
  • All Manuel Garcia Ferre's films, except Ico el Caballito Valiente (in English dub)
  • The Wallaby (%)
  • All Pixar Animation Studios shorts (as part of Kawaii Toon Factory)
  • Little Nemo: Adventure of Slumberland (also an anime)
  • Top Cat: The Movie
  • The Wind in the Willows (2017 film) (&)
  • The Wizard of Oz (animated remake) (%)
  • Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (%)
  • Just Crazy About the Mouse (%)
  • Red Riding Hood (%)
  • Puss in Boots (%)
  • All Don Bluth films, expect the The Secret of NIMH duology and Titan A.E.
    • An American Tail series
    • All Dogs Go To Heaven trilogy
    • The Land Before Time series
  • The Little Bear Movie
  • Smurfs: The Lost Village
  • Heidi's Song
  • All Barbie films
  • Hey There, It's Yogi Bear!
  • Journey Home: The Animals of Farthing Wood (which is a US version of The Animals of Farthing Wood episodes)
  • Galactic Forces: The Origins (%)
  • VIP My Brother Superman
  • The Dumb Bears film series (%)
  • Poteline
  • Rachet and Clank
  • Leap (Ballerina)
  • Boxtrolls
  • Once Upon a Forest
  • Classic Peanuts films
  • The Elm-Chanted Forest and Magicain Hat (in English dub)
  • All animated films of ABC Weekend Spiecals, except TBA
  • Over the Hedge
  • TBA

Anime

Live action

  • All live-action films of ABC Weekend Spiecals (except TBA)
  • Babe series
  • All Rankin/Bass Productions live-action films
  • Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
  • Pee-Wee's Big Holiday
  • Charlotte's Web (2006 film)
  • Sesame Street films
  • The Muppets films
  • Space Jam
  • Looney Tunes: Back in Action
  • Looney Tunes: Back in Action 2 (%)
  • Hop
  • Annie (1982 film)
  • An Animal's Escape (%)
  • The Flintstones live-action duology
  • Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
  • The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T
  • Baby's Day Out
  • Matilda
  • Monster Trucks
  • Mrs. Doubtfire
  • Mr. Magoo (film)
  • Hook
  • Elf
  • Bratz: The Movie
  • Peter Rabbit
  • Gordy
  • The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle (film)
  • Dudley Do-Right (film)
  • March of the Penguins
  • All Walt Disney Pictures live-action films, except for Return to Oz, Tron movies, The Black Hole, Pirates of Caribbean films, Maleficent, etc.
    • Mary Poppins
    • Bednobs and Broomsticks
    • Homeward Bound film series
    • 101 Dalmatians (live-action remake) and 102 Dalmatians
    • Flubber
    • George of the Jungle duology
    • Underdog (film)
    • Beauty and the Beast (live-action remake)
  • Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  • All Walt Disney Pictures live action/animated hybrid movies, except Song of the South, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland duology, etc.
    • Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros
    • James and the Giant Peach
  • Foxtoons: In The Real World (%)
  • The Wizard of Oz (1939 film)
  • Mystic Island the Movie: Going Real (%)
  • Free Willy films
  • Soledad y Larguirucho (in English dub)
  • Yogi Bear (film)
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks live-action/CGI hybrid films
  • The Smurfs live-action/CGI hybrid duology
  • The Reilly Toons Movie (%)
  • Reilly Toons: Spies to the Rescue (%)
  • Blue's Big Musical Movie
  • Mr. Popper's Penguins
  • Beethoven series
  • Shirley Temple movies
  • Asterix live-action films
  • Garfield live-action/CGI hybird duology
  • TBA

Fanon G-rated films

Fanon PG-rated films

Cartoon Network Original

TBA

TV series

  • Meow Talk With Hello Kitty - Cartoon Network's first original show, it is a late night talk show starring Sanrio's famous characters, including Hello Kitty, as a host.
  • How Cute! - a mini documentary series which tells the facts about animals that're considered cute.
  • Swiper's Cuteness 101 - a series of shorts hosted by Teenager Swiper the Fox (voiced by Garrett Hedlund), a teen version of the thief fox from Nickelodeon's Dora franchise, about the 101 facts about every show on Cartoon Network.
  • Kawaii Storybook Time - a mini-series as part Cartoon Network Jr. block solely on the Cartoon Network, which showcases animated stories adapted from old and today's children's books, all told with humoristic style.
  • Kawaii Toon Factory - a half-hour anthology series which consists the collection of existing classic and contemporary theatrical and television animated cartoons produced by various animation companies worldwide (with the exception of World War II cartoons, Superman cartoons, some of Tex Avery's WB and MGM cartoons, TBA), which are all digitally remastered/restored.
  • The Shonen & Shojo Show - a variety show using various types of animation, with the main feature being the serialized adventures of the channel's mascots Shonen and Shojo, along with the inclusion of segments, including some of them are from the existing shows that are not aired yet in USA.
    • Shonen & Shojo's Playhouse - a 20-25 minute spin-off to the show, which is part of Cartoon Network Jr. preschool block, that follows Shonen and Shojo, portrays as preschoolers, who invites the viewers to their own playhouse where they can learn various topics and solve problems and skills, in the preschool level. And it didn't shows any shorts like the original.
  • Paint Girls to the Action! - a magical girl-themed animated series involving four girls that use magical paintbrushes to defeat ink monsters. It is also the channel's first fully original series because it didn't contain any existing characters and shows' episodes to be added within.
  • Chibi Kids - a preschool animated show, exclusively on Cartoon Network Jr. block, which features two chibi-alike kids who teaches various languages, particularly Japanese.
  • Tales from Once Upon a Time - an series which showcases fairy tales, fables, children's stories and stage plays. It serves as an more older version of Cartoon Network Storybook Time, as well as an American version of the Argentine TV animated series Cuentos de Habia una Vez.
  • The New Powertoons Show - a hand-drawn animated series starring the Powertoons characters living in a neighborhood in a town named Power City.
  • Matias Pudu's Awesome Adventures - an Chilean-Argentine animated series featuring the Matias Pudu and Friends characters.
  • The Gordo and Tiny Show - another series featuring the Matias Pudu and Friends characters.
  • The Adventures of Monica's Gang - an animated series features the four main characters from Monica's Gang going on adventures inspired by the 2018 version of The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle.
  • The New Adventures of Hijitus - a reboot to The Adventures of Hijitus.
  • Kawaii-Along - a music video mini series which shows the fan-created Songfics and musical footage of shows and movies on Cartoon Network.
  • The Banana Splits Comedy Hour - a reboot to the packaged variety show The Banana Splits, featuring classic and contemporary television animated cartoons as segments along with the live-action wraparound segments featuring the Banana Splits.
  • Hello Kitty's Wonderful Show - a series featuring Sanrio characters.
  • Comic Strip Mayhem - a series containing animated shorts based on comic strips.
  • Johnny and Tucky: Adventures Around the World - a series about a kid and his toucan partner who learn kids about the lenguages from other countries, while they outsmart the cougar thief in each adventure.
  • Richard Tiger's Antics - a animated series about the adventures of a prankster tiger who likes to do mischief around Animal Creek.

Acquired from Original Cartoon Network

TV movies and spiecals

  • Lost Toons: A Kawaii Toon Factory Special - a special that contains the package of public domain animated shorts.
  • Toon Factory: Christmas Toon Favorites - a seasonal Christmas special that contains the package of animated shorts and episodes that sets around Christmas.

Program blocks

Every day blocks

  • Cartoon Network Jr. - broadcasting over the channel space of Cartoon Network, it is aimed at preschool viewers, ages 0-6, occurs every morning, from 6:00 am to 12:00 pm. It's similar to Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. and Disney's Disney Junior. Launched on January 1, 2016.
    • Cartoon Network Jr. Movie Day - Shows every Friday, as part of Cartoon Network Jr. preschool block, it shows preschool-orientated TV specials and G-rated films.
    • Cartoon Network Jr. Baby - an early morning block within Cartoon Network Jr. block which shows programs aimed at infants and toddlers, under 3 years old. Occurring from 6:00 to 7:30 am.
  • Hello Kitty's Meow-Day Mondays - Occurs every Monday afternoon, from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm, it features shows starring Hello Kitty.
  • Magical Girl Thursdays - Aimed primarily to female viewers, it occurs every Thursday afternoon, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, which features Magical Girl animated series such as Sailor Moon, Ladybug and Cat Noir, Pretty Cure, Magical DoReMi, etc.
  • Kawaii Theater - Shows every Friday nights, It shows both G and PG rated movies.
  • Cartoon Network Best Tricksters - a Wednesday afternoon marathon block which occurs 2:00 - 4:00 pm. It showcasing any show that focuses on any topic of characters which often causing mischief and troubles throughout, such as Cookie Monster (Sesame Street), Chip 'n Dale (Disney cartoons), Yogi Bear (Hanna-Barbera), Tom and Jerry, Kevin and Wendy Doggie (The Doggies), Heckle and Jeckle (Terrytoons), Chucky Fox (Reilly Toons), Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, the Tasmanian Devil, etc. (Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies)
  • Action Weekend Hour - Aimed primarily to male viewers, it occurs every Saturday and Sunday afternoon, from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm, which features action-oriented shows such as Pokemon, Digimon, Sonic X, Samurai Pizza Cats, The Powerpuff Girls, The Chronicles of Collin the Speedy Boy, Atomic Betty, Steven Universe, PJ Masks, etc. 
  • Saturday Slumber Party! - Occurs every Saturday night, from 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm, shows various fan-favorites at night.
  • Adult Swim - a late night block that contains shows aimed at mature audience and along with a few family-friendly with adult humor, content and jokes. It is similar to Nickelodeon's Nick@Nite/Nick After Dark and Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. It occurs from 10:00 pm - 5:30 am.

Seasonal blocks

  • Adaptation Marathon - the hours long marathon block featuring episodes, films and shorts adaptations produced by different companies. It occurs Fridays of January.
  • Valentines Festival - TBA
  • Bunny Day - a 15-hour long Easter-themed marathon showcasing Easter-themed specials, show episodes and films.
  • Cartoon Bowl - TBA
  • Kawaii Summer Blast! - TBA
  • Cartoon Network Halloween House - TBA
  • A Cartoon Network Thanksgiving - TBA
  • 25 Days of Cartoon Christmas - TBA
  • Party On 4 New Years - TBA

Temporary blocks

  • Sonic's Summer Spectacular!
  • Pooh-A-Thon - a 20-hour long marathon showcasing the featurettes and episodes of Disney's Winnie the Pooh. It occurs TBA
  • Kawaii Toon Factory: Toons Throughout Times - a marathon block for Kawaii Toon Factory that shows the timeline of cartoons that made throughout the decades, which also includes the history facts and trivias about animation.
  • Cartoon  Network 30th Anniversary

Trivia and censorship

  • Being a family-friendly network, series with adult-related jokes and humor (e.g. off-color humor, dark humor, crude humor) and/or ugly designs, such as Cow and Chicken, Ren and Stimpy, Regular Show, Rocko's Modern Life, The Problem Solvers, Fanboy and Chum Chum and Breadwinners don't appear in the programming.
    • Despite that, The Return of Mittens is aired possibly because it is more family-friendly, although there are some scenes that're edited from Cartoon Network for many reasons such as:
      • The hurtful words said in The Return of Mittens are replaced with words, such as "crud" and "heck". Two examples are: "Oh, crud." and "WHAT THE HECK!".
      • In The Return of Mittens episode Life After Marriage, Mittens cuts off Big Bully's liver and showing blood. But, the blood's color is originally red from the original Netflix version and in the Kawaii Box version, the blood's color is pink instead of red.
      • TBD
  • The twerking scenses in shows and films are removed out from Cartoon Network.
  • Despite Kuu Kuu Harajuku is aimed at 4-6 year old kids, it’s rated TV-Y7. However when it aired on Cartoon Network Jr., it re-rated TV-Y and sometimes TV-G so it would make sense for its target audience.
  • Christian-themed shows and movies like VeggieTales won't air on the channel because their Christian themes won't make any sense in a family-friendly channel.
  • Supernatural shows like Scooby-Doo, Courage the Cowardly Dog, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, The Cryptids, Eric and Claire, etc. don't air on this channel. However, Casper the Friendly Ghost airs on it even though it's supernatural, possibly because Casper the Friendly Ghost doesn't have as much of a scary tone as most other supernatural shows.
  • For an unknown reason, innocent shows like SpongeBob SquarePants, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, The Fairly OddParents, My Life as a Teenage Robot, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and Godzilla: Life on Monster Island don't air on this channel.
  • A Pup Named Scooby-Doo (and its revival) is the only Scooby-Doo series to air on Cartoon Network due to it doesn't have as much of a scary tone as most other Scooby-Doo shows.
  • Barney and Friends is the only preschool television series that doesn't air on Cartoon Network, for unknown reasons. Possibly because however of the jokes that poke fun at the show, as well as the rumors who shows it as "saccharine", "boring", "annoying", "sugary", "dangerous" or "uneducational".
  • The VeggieTales TV shows like LarryBoy, VeggieTales in the House and VeggieTales in the City and movies like The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie only air on Kawaii Box because they don't have any Christian-themed topics.
  • There many scenes and episodes of Teen Titans and Teen Titans Go! is edited from Cartoon Network for many reasons.
    • Teen Titans:
      • TBA
      • The episode Troq is never aired on the channel due to it being considered racist.
    • Teen Titans Go!:
      • TBA
      • Twreking scenes are cut out.
      • The episode Hot Salad Water is never aired on the channel due to the fact that is consider offensive to the British culture.
      • The episode Boys vs. Girls is never aired on the channel due to it being sexist.
      • TBA
  • In the airings of the 2012-present Walt Disney Pictures films, the logo is changed to a new one which many silhouetted Disney film characters go to watch the film in a cinema. When Timon and Pumbaa (from The Lion King) press a control, it shows the 2006 Walt Disney Pictures logo. (Logo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ub3wpZa4Xw0) This logo is based in the ending scene from The Lion King 1½.
  • The channel marks the return of reruns of Disney's popular series Mickey Mouse Works, which aired on Kawaii Toon Factory. However, House of Mouse doesn't air because for some reason, the network's founder and CEO, William Winchell, thought that a crossover series featuring Disney classic cartoon characters with Disney films ones wouldn't make sense (possibly because all of the film characters are from diferrent times and some deseased ones appear here), so the made-for-TV shorts from House of Mouse are aired on Kawaii Toon Factory, deleting the House of Mouse scenes.
  • The The Terrytoons Show episode Sheriff Muskrat/Rock Trouble/Tick Tock Newspaper is not aired in the channel due to Heckle and (later) Jeckle becoming too old because of a cursed doll (despite it was revealed to be disguises at the end), which is dark.
  • The Sonic Says segments within Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog are all never shown in the network for unknown reasons.
  • A TV movie of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends "Destination: Imagination" won't air on Cartoon Network due to it's been said that its tone is considered too dark.
  • When The Powerpuff Girls air in the channel, the episodes featuring Him won't air on Cartoon Network due to Him being considered too dark for a kid-friendly network, specially for being a demon, his physical appearance (which it makes him look like a transvestite) and his echoing voice. Also, the fighting scene of the PPG and the villains is cut out since it involves Him, being remplaced instead by a fighting scene between the PPG and Mojo Jojo (using new animation and footage of some episodes), during the show's intro.
  • There are several scenes from Sailor Moon that're edited from Cartoon Network for many reasons such as:
    • TBA
  • Three Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies shorts, starring Tweety Bird in his first three appearances, A Tale of Two Kittens, Birdy and the Beast and A Gruesome Twosome are re-edited for including Tweety's yellow feathers.
  • There are several scenes from Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures that're edited from Cartoon Network for many reasons such as:
    • TBA
  • In Garfield and Friends, Nermal is re-voiced by his current voice actor Jason Marsden throughout, when it's on Cartoon Network. Mainly due to people's confusion over Nermal as a female character, since because he used to be voiced by Desirée Goyette (despite Nermal’s voice is technically made to be sounded like a kid) for the series, and especially his eyelashes which makes to look cute.
  • In the original Danger Mouse series, Baron Silas von Greenback's voice is redubbed by his 2015 reboot voice actor Ed Gaughan throughout, when it's on Cartoon Network. Mainly to flit with his German nationality and accent from the 2015 reboot. Also, some lines mentioning his full name are redubbed to include the "von" in his name.
  • In Count Duckula, the narration lines are redubbed by Daran Norris, giving him a William Conrad-like voice throughout, when it's on Cartoon Network. Mainly due to Barry Clayton's narration lines being too dark and frightening for young viewers. Also, the narrational introduction in the opening sequence is removed, leaving only the theme song.
  • T.U.F.F. Puppy is the only Butch Hartman cartoon who airs in Cartoon Network due to William Winchell liking the show and considering it as more perfect than Hartman's other cartoons to the channel.
  • In the animated version of The Three Stooges, Curly Joe is redubbed as Curly, due to the original Curly being the most well-known third Strooge and the audiences would be not familiar with Curly Joe.
  • Tim Burton's family films like The Nightmare Before Christmas are all not be included on Cartoon Network due to their darkest tones, except Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Dumbo remake.
  • Sony Pictures Animation's The Emoji Movie won't air on Cartoon Network due to the highly negative reception it has like Norm of the North, Foodfight and Chicken Little. It is also because it contains the character Poop in it.
  • When some films are broadcasted on the channel, some scenes from said films are edited, such as:
    • When Walt Disney's Fantasia airs on Cartoon Network, two of the segments had to to be removed due to being far too dark for the network, such as The Rite Spring and Night on the Bald Mountain (along with Ava Maria), also in the Beethoven Symphony No. 5 segment, the brief partial nudity from the centaurides scenes are removed.
    • Some of the scenes and audio from Disney's Tarzan are edited from Cartoon Network, such as a brief frightening scene where Kala the gorilla discovers that Tarzan's original parents have been mauled to death by Sabor the leopard, a few of the heavy screams from Jane Porter were re-voiced using milder exclamations, done by Russi Taylor, during the baboon chase and tree scenes, and the final darker and disturbing battle scenes with Tarzan and Clayton are edited, due to Clatyon's being tied and hung to death by a tree vine, tangled his neck.
    • Walt Disney's 101 Dalmatians has only one brief scene and close-up image of Cruella DeVil's highly creepy crazed face, in the front-view, during the car chase sequence, which is briefly removed.
    • In Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, a very frighten scene where Snow White runs through the woods is cut out.
    • An scene in Walt Disney's Pinocchio, where Lamwick goes on a violent rampage, after being transformed into a donkey, is removed due to being too frightening for some viewers. Also, in the scene where Honest John talks with the Couchman in the Red Prawn Inn, the Couchman's highly creepy meaning face is briefly removed and cut out to the part when Honest John and his sidekick Gideon get scarred to his intentions.
    • In Disney's Beauty and the Beast, the scene where the Beast throws his very crazed violent anger after Belle trespassed his West Wing was shortened to the part where Belle runs away when the Beast yells "GET OUT" at her, because it was thought to be far too dark and frightening for young viewers.
    • When Walt Disney's Dumbo aired on Cartoon Network, in the "Pink Elephants" musical sequence, where it involves a one brief scene with a three headed elephant with multicolored elephant heads around its body is replaced with an elephant chasing another elephant with a buttlefly net (which is a new footage animated by Eric Goldberg), mainly because that character with multicolored elephant heads look way to frightening and creepy, that would scare young and/or sensitive viewers (especially where its three heads are zooming towards the camera in close perspective). Also, the African-American stereotypical voices of the crows in the movie are all re-dubbed by non-black actors Jeff Bergman, Seth MacFarlane (being one of his few family-friendly works), Bob Bergen, Charlie Adler and Rob Paulsen, in order to be non-offensive to the African-American community.
    • In Disney's The Lion King II: Simba's Pride, Simba's darkest nightmare scene is cut out.
    • In A Goofy Movie, a toddler girl runs almost naked, after stripping off her diaper (where it is stuck by some sticking materials, caused by Pete, on the counter) and escapes from the children's photo store in the department store while laughing and shouting "fishy, fishy!", is removed.
    • Centain animated Disney films like The Black CauldronPocahontas and The Hunchback of Notre Dame won't air on Kawaii Box due to their mature subjects and appealing more towards adults than children.
    • When Elmo in Grouchland broadcasted on the channel, the brief where Count Van Count pops a bubble with his mouth during the laundromat scenes, as part of the musical sequence of Together Forever, was cut out, probably due to it would be very risky for children to do an unsafe scene where the Count uses his mouth to pop a bubble.
    • There are few of the scenes in Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie that are edited out from the channel, such as a scene where Sonic flips a middle finger is zoomed in to Tails sticks his tongue and pull down his lower eyelid while taunting a robot. A second scene where Sara imagines what would her life be like to be with Dr. "Eggman" Robotnik and his kids after marry him is edited out, due to where one of Robotnik's children is seen drinking milk from one of Sara's breast. And finally, the scene where Sara kicks Robot Sonic's head and shouting "don't come closer you pervert" thinking that he looks her underskirt, is also edit out.
    • There are several scenes in The Digimon Movie are edited out from Kawaii Box are TBA
    • A scene in Space Jam where Sylvester uses with his fishing pole to pull out one of the Monstars' shorts to reveal his bare buttocks is cut.
    • Where The Angry Birds Movie broadcast on Cartoon Network, the words "plucking" and "pluck" are censored due to despite "pluck" for not being a bad word, it is however a pun references to the most taboo "F" word that rhythms with "pluck".
    • In the 2008 film Horton Hears a Who, a quote from a character from the film Katie saying "And poop butterflies" as she's showing her own clover to Horton, imagine her world in her clover is edited out from Kawaii Box, because one quote where Katie saying that her world poops butterflies is thought to be way too gross and crude.
    • When Minions airs on Cartoon Network, the one scene where Stuart wears a Speedo is edited out.
    • The scenes in the 2011 animated movie Gnomeo and Juliet that involve a gnome wearing a borax swimsuit are cut out from the channel.
    • The one scene in Open Season where Elliot is briefly shown pooping is cut out due to being too disgusting for young viewers.
    • The Pokemon film series won't air on Kawaii Box (with the exceptions of Pikachu the Movie short series, TBA, Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You) due to being thought to be too dark.
    • Two live-action films based on Dr. Seuss books, How the Grinch Stole Christmas and The Cat in the Hat, would never air on Kawaii Box, due the fact that they're their humor is too off-the-radar for the channel. However, they air in the International versions.
    • In All Dogs Go To Heaven, the nightmare scene where Charlie is in hell is cut out. Annabelle's creepy voice-over saying You Can Never Come Back is also edited out because they're thought to be too frightening and dark for young viewers.
    • In The Brave Little Toaster, Toaster's darkest nightmare scene is cut out.
    • When The Story of The Face Paint aired on Cartoon Network, the word "damn" has been cut.
    • Cartoon Network: United at Last will not air on Cartoon Network due to containing characters from Cartoon Network shows that are banned from airing on Kawaii Box.
    • In Collin the Speedy Boy, a scene where Collin calls Lagan a "b-word" is in the movie. During Kawaii Box airings of that movie, Collin instead calls her a "doll".
    • In Collin the Speedy Boy: The Speedy Discovery, the movie was re-edited just for Cartoon Network by Reel FX. The change is instead of a cigar that Sir Raptor has, it is replaced by a lollipop.
  • There are several scenes from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic that're edited from Cartoon Network for many reasons such as:
    • In the episode TBA, the scene where Fluttershy twists the bear's neck while fighting is cut off due to its violent bit.
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  • When the Buzzy the Crow cartoons aired on the channel, the character's voice all throughout the cartoons is redubbed from the African-American stereotypical voice to a regular white-alike voice, which is voiced by Jim Cummings, in order to be non-offensive to the African-American community.
  • In the The Magic School Bus episode, "Gets Lost in Space", there is a scene where Arnold takes off his space helmet causing him to freeze when all the kids and Miss Frizzle are on Pluto, after his argument with his spoiled and greedy cousin Janet that if she wants proof to show a supply of space rocks and ice to display them to people on Earth. It is cut out from the channel due to it's deemed way too dark and highly serious for young viewers, for it depicts Arnold is seen committing suicide by taking off his helmet to freeze himself as he is on a dwarf planet like Pluto.
  • They are some scenes and segments from Sesame Street are edited from Cartoon Network for many reasons.
    • A Sesame Street segment featuring Elmo and Katy Perry is never shown on the network due to the suggestive outfit that Katy was wearing. 
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  • There are many scenes from The Muppet Show and Muppets Tonight are edited out from Cartoon Network such as:
    • TBA 
  • The Tom and Jerry: The Cat and Mouse Story episode Alps Out for Help is not aired on Cartoon Network due to its darkest tones.
  • In the Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies 1949 cartoon Often an Orphan, starring Porky Pig, a scene where Charlie Dog explains Porky about his rough life at the city is cut out due to Charlie's quote "Look! It's the towers!! THEY'RE FALLING!!!" being a reference to 9/11 attack, a terrorist attack that happened 52 years after this cartoon, which could traumatize 9/11 victims with memories.
  • Episodes from preschool shows involving toilet humor are not broadcasted on the Cartoon Network and Kawaii Box Jr. because they're thought to be too crude, and that would cause preschoolers to develop crude and inappropriate behaviors, which are considered to be as a bad example for younger children.
  • In the 1935 Disney cartoon Mickey's Fire Brigade, starring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy, the ending scene where the trio tries to save Clarabelle Cow in the tub from the fire is cut out.
  • In a Gatopardos the Cheetah episode, Legend of the Polter-Rhino, the Polter-Rhino looked like a white, transparent rhino with black eyes which lacked pupils. However, when it aired on Kawaii Box, the eyes were changed to bloodshot eyes with green pupils, due to the possibility that it's completely black eyes could give small children nightmares, creep them out, or make them uncomfortable.
    • In another episode, CheetahWasp, the line where General Edios the Praire Dog before he, his troops, and his pet giant eel get swallowed by the whirlpool says "Oh, shirt!" is cut out and replaced with "Oh, nacho!" due to "shirt" being a word play of the S-word.
  • In the CatDog episode Teeth for Two, one moment where Cat turns inside-out while cleaning Dog's teeth is cut out, due to for the depiction of Cat's inside-out body is considered to be very scary for some viewers.
  • Chloe's Closet: The Movie, despite being based on a preschool show, doesn't air on Cartoon Network Jr. due to some crude humor, mild intense action and its PG rating. As a result, the movie would only air on Kawaii Box.
  • The 2021 television incarnation of Littlest Pet Shop, for a unknown reason, can't air on Cartoon Network.
  • Collin the Speedy Boy: At All Speed won't air on Cartoon Network due to the series being a bit more intense than its previous incarnations. It airs on the late-night mature programming block Dark Box instead.
  • When Cartoon Network first launched, the network aired the Hello Kitty and Friends episode Alice in Wonderland as its first program.
  • The Tales of The Paintders cannot air on Cartoon Network due to the mild use of adult humor. Strangely, despite being a family-friendly innocent cartoon, it airs on Dark Box.
  • The owner of Cartoon Network, Turner's headquarters is located at the downtown Atlanta, GA.
  • During Cartoon Network's launch, it starts off airing anime, and then other cartoon series, and as well as live-action programs.
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