Teen Titans

Boomerang Returns To The First Season Of “Teen Titans” Animated In October 2011

A regular fixture of the Boomerang network, the specialty Cartoon Network spin-off channel will be returning Teen Titans to its first season in October 2011. The network is currently cycling through all 65 episodes of the acclaimed animated series that ran for five seasons on Cartoon Network, from 2003 to 2006. The current Teen Titan episode cycle will come to an end at 11:00pm (ET) on October 26th, 2011 with the episode “Things Change.” The network will then air the debut episode of Teen Titans, “Divide and Conquer,” immediately afterwards at 11:30pm (ET) on the same day. Teen Titans currently airs daily from 11:00pm – 12:00pm (ET) on Boomerang. Continue below for more schedule details.

Teen Titans
October 26th, 2011 at 11:30pm (ET) – “Divide and Conquer”

Cyborg quits the Teen Titans after getting into an argument with Robin, and allowing Cinderblock to escape. Cinderblock returns to his mysterious boss Slade with his prize: a sleeping inmate who becomes the monstrous Plasmus whenever he is awakened.

Teen Titans
October 27th, 2011 at 11:00pm (ET) – “Sisters”

Starfire’s sister, Blackfire, seems to click with all the Titans better than she does but possesses a secret of which they are unaware. Deciding that her sister fits better with the group than she does, Starfire decides to quit the Teen Titans

Teen Titans
October 27th, 2011 at 11:30pm (ET) – “Final Exam”

Gizmo, Mammoth and Jinx – members of Hive Academy – try to make an impression on Slade by taking out the Titans. This forces the Titans to learn how to work together in order to be victorious.

Teen Titans
October 28th, 2011 at 11:00pm (ET) – “Forces of Nature”

Dark clouds blow in, bringing Thunder and Lightning, two stormy brothers looking for a good time. Unfortunately their idea of fun is wrecking everything in sight. Meanwhile after one of Beast Boy’s practical jokes misfires, Beast Boy learns his lesson.

Teen Titans
October 28th, 2011 at 11:30pm (ET) – “The Sum of His Parts”

Cyborg is reminded he’s not completely human, when his power cell dies during a wild junkyard battle with the Amazing Mumbo. The Titans fear Mumbo has taken their friend, and search the city for Cyborg. But Fixit, a cybernetic hermit who finds and repairs broken things, finds Cyborg.

Teen Titans
October 29th, 2011 at 11:00pm (ET) – “Nevermore”

Raven’s creepy tantrum of crackling black energy leaves Dr. Light begging for mercy, and the Titans see a new side of Raven- her temper. But, when Cyborg and Beast Boy find a Mysterious Mirror in Raven’s room, they’re suddenly transported to a strange nightmare world that’s somehow connected to Raven.

Teen Titans
October 29th, 2011 at 11:30pm (ET) – “Switched”

Starfire and Raven don’t really “get each other.” Star doesn’t understand Raven’s repression, and Raven can’t deal with Starfire’s emotional outbursts. But when The Puppet King imprisons Robin, Cyborg, and Beast Boy inside wooden puppets and takes control of the boys’ bodies. The girls are going to have to understand each other — if they want to survive.

Teen Titans
October 30th, 2011 at 11:00pm (ET) – “Deep Six”

When a mysterious amphibious villain called Trident makes off with a boatload of dangerous Toxic Waste, the Titans hop into the T-SUB and go on an undersea adventure to put a stop to Trident. This is Beast Boy’s big chance to morph into all sorts of undersea animals and show the team what a big hero he really is. But unfortunately another big hero shows up to steal the spotlight: a good-looking water-breathing teenage do-gooder named Aqualad.

Teen Titans
October 30th, 2011 at 11:30pm (ET) – “Masks”

Slade sends a team of Robotic Commandos to steal a high-tech chip. Now Robin is more determined than ever to find out who Slade is — and what he’s planning. But while Robin is obsessively researching his arch-nemesis, a mysterious new bad guy called Red X tries to steal the same chip.

Teen Titans
November 1st, 2011 at 11:00pm (ET) – “Mad Mod”

The Titans awake to find themselves captured as prisoners of Mad Mod, a madcap bad guy in a psychedelic suit. Mad Mod has decided to teach the teens a lesson, creating a massive mind-bending school full of optical illusions and brain-washing hypno-screens. Will the Titans be “re-educated” and lose their minds in the process?

Teen Titans
November 1st, 2011 at 11:00pm (ET) – “Car Trouble”

Cyborg has just finished building the vehicle of his dreams: the super-cool, super-fast, ultra-high-tech T-Car. But before Cyborg can take it out for a spin, the Titans are called to an electronics superstore where Overload, an electrical menace, is wreaking havoc. But after the Titans capture Overload, Cyborg freaks because the T-Car is gone. A wild adventure unfolds as the T-Car changes hands from bad guy to worse guy.

Teen Titans
November 2nd, 2011 at 11:30pm (ET) – “Apprentice, Part One”

Who is Slade? And what is he planning? The questions that have been keeping Robin awake at night are about to be answered. Slade contacts the Teen Titans and unveils his master plan: A Chronoton Detonator – – a sinister-looking high-tech device has the ability to stop time… forever. The Titans spring into action on a mad hunt to find the Detonator before it freeze-frames the entire city.

Teen Titans
November 2nd, 2011 at 11:00pm (ET) – “Apprentice, Part Two”

With no signs of Robin since Slade’s “Chronoton Detonator” turned out to be a fake, the four remaining Teen Titans search the city for their missing leader. But their search is cut short when the Titan signal alerts them to a new villain in town.

Teen Titans currently airs daily from 11:00pm – 12:00pm (ET) on Boomerang, save for occasional special programming pre-emptions. Teen Titans will be pre-empted on Octoebr 31st, 2011 due to special holiday programming. The above schedule is subject to change.

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“Teen Titans: Trouble In Tokyo” Feature Returning To Cartoon Network Later This Month

The 2006 direct-to-video Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature is slated to air later this month on Cartoon Network. The animated feature returns for a special presentation on Sunday, July 24th, 2011 at 11:00am (ET) as part of the special weekend of superhero-themed programming on Cartoon Network. Official details on the Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature are available below.


Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo
Cartoon Network, Sunday, July 24th, 2011, at 11:00am (ET)

When a high-tech ninja attacks Titans Tower, Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy spring into action. Robin finds out that the ninja was sent by a mysterious and menacing Japanese criminal known as Brushogun, and the Teen Titans travel to Tokyo to track the villain down.

Further details on the direct-to-video Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature can be found at the Teen Titans subsite here at The World’s Finest. The direct-to-video animated featured originally premiered on Cartoon Network in 2006 before arriving on DVD in 2007.

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Cartoon Network Schedules “Teen Titans: Trouble In Tokyo” For New Year’s Eve

The 2006 direct-to-video Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature is slated to air in prime-time during Cartoon Network’s special movie-themed New Year’s Eve programming. The animated feature is scheduled to air Friday, December 31st, 2010 at 6:00pm (ET), one of the many features the network has scheduled for the day. Official details on the Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature are available below.


Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo
Cartoon Network, Friday, December 31st, 2010, at 6:00pm (ET)

When a high-tech ninja attacks Titans Tower, Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy spring into action. Robin finds out that the ninja was sent by a mysterious and menacing Japanese criminal known as Brushogun, and the Teen Titans travel to Tokyo to track the villain down.

Further details on the direct-to-video Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature can be found at the Teen Titans subsite here at The World’s Finest. The direct-to-video animated featured originally premiered on Cartoon Network in 2006 before arriving on DVD in 2007.

Teen Titans can still be seen on Cartoon Network and the spin-off specialty network Boomerang. Stay tuned for further schedule updates here soon at The World’s Finest.

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Cartoon Network Preps “Teen Titans: Trouble In Tokyo” Animated Feature For Next Week

The 2006 direct-to-video Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature is slated to air next week in prime-time on Cartoon Network. The animated feature is scheduled to air on Wednesday, November 11th, 2009 at 8:30pm (ET) as part of the special Wednesday holiday programming on Cartoon Network. Official details on the Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature are available below.


Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo
Cartoon Network, Wednesday, November 11th, 2009, at 8:30pm (ET)

When a high-tech ninja attacks Titans Tower, Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy spring into action. Robin finds out that the ninja was sent by a mysterious and menacing Japanese criminal known as Brushogun, and the Teen Titans travel to Tokyo to track the villain down.

Further details on the direct-to-video Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature can be found at the Teen Titans subsite here at The World’s Finest. The direct-to-video animated featured originally premiered on Cartoon Network in 2006 before arriving on DVD in 2007.

In further schedule news, Cartoon Network is also slated to air the a two-hour block of Teen Titans episodes from 12:00pm (ET) to 2pm (ET) on Wednesday, November 11th, 2009. The Teen Titans episodes featured in the block of episodes include “Transformation,” “Bunny Raven…or….How to Make a Titananimal Disappear,” “Episode 257-494,” and “Go.” Please note schedule details are subject to change. Stay tuned for further updates.

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Cartoon Network Schedules Marathon For “Teen Titans” Animated Series Later This Week

Cartoon Network is scheduled to air a special marathon of Teen Titans episodes on Wednesday, August 5th, 2009, beginning at 10am (ET). The eight-hour marathon will cover the first 16 episodes of the classic fan-favorite animated series. The schedule for the Teen Titans marathon is below.

Wednesday, August 5th, 2009
10:00am (ET) “Divide and Conquer”
10:30am (ET) “Sisters”
11:00am (ET) “Final Exam”
11:30am (ET) “Forces of Nature”
12:00pm (ET) “Sum of His Parts”
12:30pm (ET) “Nevermore”
1:00pm (ET) “Switched”
1:30pm (ET) “Deep Six”
2:00pm (ET) “Masks”
2:30pm (ET) “Mad Mod”
3:00pm (ET) “Car Trouble”
3:30pm (ET) “The Apprentice, Part 1”
4:00pm (ET) “The Apprentice, Part 2”
4:30pm (ET) “How Long Is Forever?”
5:00pm (ET) “Every Dog has His Day”
5:30pm (ET) “Terra”

Both Cartoon Network and the spin-off specialty channel Boomerang regularly airs reruns of Teen Titans.

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