The show will be debuting on Tuesday April 23 with a repeat showing on Saturday April 27.
In a curious move, Cartoon Network announced today that of two animated programs, Teen Titans Go! (the other being Beware the Batman) that would be replacing fan favorite shows Young Justice and Green Lantern: the Animated Series would be making it's debut NOT on the DC Nation Saturday morning block, only reair repeat episodes on it. Instead the regular timeslot for the show will be on Tuesday nights at 7:30 pm Eastern Standard Time.
The show will be paired with the infamous Johnny Test (7:00 pm ET) and the Looney Tunes Show will be following it (8:00 pm ET). Interestingly, repeats will begin airing of Teen Titans Go! on the DC Nation block at 10: 30 am ET. There is still no official word if Cartoon Network will be doing the same for Beware the Batman. Regardless, the move hints that the network might be moving out of original new programing for Saturday mornings.
Teen Titans Go! will feature the returning voice cast of the early 2000s Teen Titans cartoon, though now the focus will be fully on the comedic elements than dramatic.
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