Source: Cartoon Network Unveils Upfront Slate For 2014-15
Another round of bad news hit today for Beware the Batman as Cartoon Network revealed it's 2014-2015 schedule (courtesy of Deadline) and the action-orientated show was not listed among the returning shows. Teen Titans Go!, on the other hand, was (but we already knew the show was renewed for a second season). So now begins the questions of when Cartoon Network will reveal: A.) They have not renewed the show (aka cancelled) for further episodes? or B.) When the remaining thirteen episodes will air? (thirteen have been released thanks to a Vol. 1 DVD/Blu-Ray set, eleven having premiered on TV).
As of this month; Cartoon Network has yet to release any new info on when or if it'll be bringing the show out of it's hiatus which was imposed in October. Additionally, there are no listings for any further DVD/Blu-Ray volumes of Beware the Batman, but that can change at whim as seen last week with the newly listed Green Lantern: The Animated Series Blu-Ray set.
Likewise, as of right now, there is no replacement for the program. Cartoon Network has no listings for any further DC product in the new schedule. Does this mean the end of DC Nation? Hardly, as it's more than likely they'll continue to do what they're doing now: air Teen Titans Go! for an entire hour. If any news is released on the situation we'll keep you updated.
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