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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 1 year 30 weeks ago

Beware The Batman Replaced With More Teen Titans Go!

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Three days ago saw word hit that Cartoon Network had yanked Beware The Batman in a move similar to the cancellations of Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Young Justice.

Now, new details have come to light with representatives from Cartoon Network issuing a statement that reads the network is not currently airing Beware The Batman. It also states that replacing Beware The Batman are episodes of Teen Titans Go!

"Currently, Beware the Batman is no longer on our air," Cartoon Network told CBR. "DC Nation will continue on Saturday mornings at 10/9c with new exclusive shorts and a full hour of encore episodes of Teen Titans Go!"

It also came out on Twitter from the actor voicing Batman, Anthony Ruivivar, that new episodes won't air until January.

The removal of Beware The Batman follows the exact same route as Green Lantern and Young Justice as Cartoon Network yanked those two shows before announcing their next year's line-up. 

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