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The following is the complete list of lineups that were broadcast on Cartoon Network's weekday afternoon Toonami block from March 17, 1997 to April 16, 2004.

1997-1998

March 17, 1997 - January 9, 1998 Lineup

Toonami's first schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 17, 1997 - January 9, 1998

First Moltar Saturday Toonami Lineup

Toonami's first Saturday schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from July 5, 1997 - January 10, 1998

January 12 - March 6, 1998 Lineup

Toonami's second schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 12 - March 6, 1998

Second Moltar Saturday Toonami Lineup

Toonami's second Saturday schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 17 - March 28, 1998

March 9 - 13, 1998 Lineup

Toonami's third schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed only from March 9-13, 1998

March 16 - May 1, 1998 Lineup

Toonami's second schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from from March 16 - May 1, 1998

Third Moltar Saturday Toonami Lineup

Toonami's third Saturday schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from April 4 - May 2, 1998.

May 4 - 29, 1998 Lineup

Toonami's fourth schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed from May 4–29, 1998

Final Moltar Saturday Toonami Lineup

Toonami's fourth Saturday schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from May 9 - October 3, 1998

June 1 - July 24, 1998 Lineup

Toonami's fifth schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from June 1 - July 24, 1998

July 27 - 31, 1998 Lineup

Toonami's sixth schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed from July 27–31, 1998

August 3 - 28, 1998 Lineup

Toonami's seventh schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from August 3–28, 1998

August 31 - October 2, 1998 Lineup

Toonami's eighth schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from August 31 - October 2, 1998

1999-2000

October 5, 1998 - January 7, 1999 Lineup

There was no Toonami on December 24, 1998 due to Cartoon Network's 24 Hour Christmas Party. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 5, 1998 - January 7, 1999

January 8, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[1]

This schedule only existed on January 8, 1999

January 11 - 14, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 11-14, 1999

January 15, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[1]

This schedule only existed on January 15, 1999

January 18 - 21, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 18-21, 1999

January 22, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[1]

This schedule only existed on January 22, 1999

January 25 - 27, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 25-27, 1999

January 28, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[1]

This schedule only existed on January 28, 1999

January 29, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[1]

This schedule only existed on January 29, 1999

February 1 - 4, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from February 1-4, 1999

February 5, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on February 5, 1999

February 8 - 11, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from February 8-11, 1999

February 12, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on February 12, 1999

February 15 - March 12, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from February 15 - March 12, 1999

March 15 - May 21, 1999 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 15 - May 21, 1999

Lunar Eclipse

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on May 23, 1999

May 24 - 28, 1999 Lineup

This schedule was part of DBZ20XL. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from May 24-28, 1999

May 29, 1999 Lineup

This schedule was part of DBZ20XL. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on May 29, 1999

May 31 - September 24, 1999 Lineup

In July, Toonami replaced Moltar and the Ghost Planet Industries with TOM 1 and the Ghost Planet Spaceship Absolution. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from May 31 - September 24, 1999

September 27, 1999 - February 18, 2000 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[2]

This schedule existed from September 27, 1999 - February 18, 2000

DBZ President's Day Movie Marathon

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on February 21, 2000

February 22, 2000 - March 3, 2000 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[3]

This schedule existed from February 22 - March 3, 2000

March 6 - 24, 2000 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[3]

This schedule existed from March 6–24, 2000

March 27 - April 7, 2000 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 27 - April 7, 2000

Toonami: Full Cycle

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from April 8-9, 2000

April 10 - May 5, 2000 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from April 10 - May 5, 2000

May 8 - June 30, 2000 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[4][5]

This schedule existed from May 8 - June 30, 2000

July 3 - 19, 2000 Lineup

At this point an extra hour of programming was added to Toonami, gaining the 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM hour. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from July 3–21, 2000

July 20 - August 24, 2000 Lineup

This scedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from July 20 - August 24, 2000

August 25 - September 29, 2000 Lineup

At this time, TOM 1.0 was eaten by the Intruder and replaced by TOM 2.0. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from August 25 - September 29, 2000

October 2 - November 3, 2000 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 2 - November 3, 2000

November 6 - 9, 2000 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[6]

This schedule only existed from November 6–9, 2000

November 10, 2000 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on November 10, 2000

November 13 - December 8, 2000 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from November 13 - December 8, 2000

December 11 - December 28, 2000 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from December 11-28, 2000

December 29, 2000 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on December 29, 2000

2001

New Years Evil

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on January 1, 2001

January 1 - January 12, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 1-12, 2001

January 15 - February 16, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[7]

This schedule existed from January 15 - February 16, 2001

February 19 - March 9, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[8]

This schedule existed from February 19 - March 9, 2001

March 12 - 30, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[9]

This schedule existed from March 12–30, 2001

April 2 - May 3, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[10]

This schedule existed from April 2 - May 3, 2001

May 4, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[11]

This schedule only existed on May 4, 2001

May 7 - 11, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed from May 7–11, 2001

May 14 - June 1, 2001 Lineup

At this point Toonami lost an hour of programming, the 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM hour, due to the introduction of Kids' WB!'s version of Toonami. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from May 14 - June 1, 2001

June 4 - 20, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from June 4-20, 2001

June 21 - 22, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed from June 21-22, 2001

June 25 - July 13, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from June 25 - July 13, 2001

July 16 - 20, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from July 16-20, 2001

July 23 - August 17, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from July 23-August 17, 2001

August 20 - September 12, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from August 20 - September 12, 2001

October 1 - November 2, 2001 Lineup

During this time season 4 of ReBoot premiered on Fridays from October 19th to November 30th.
This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 1 - November 2, 2001

November 5 - December 13, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[12]

This schedule existed from November 5 - December 13, 2001

Zoids Cubed

This schedule consisted of:[13]

This schedule only existed on December 14, 2001

December 17 - 28, 2001 Lineup

On December 24th, Toonami was replaced with Christmas programming. This schedule consisted of:[14][15]

This schedule existed from December 17-28, 2001

December 31, 2001 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[16]

This schedule only existed on December 31, 2001

2002

A Night of New Years Eve-il

This schedule consisted of:[16]

This schedule only existed on January 1, 2002

January 1 - 16, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[17][18]

This schedule existed from January 1-16, 2002

January 17 - 18, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[19][20]

This schedule existed from January 17-18, 2002

January 21 - 25, 2002 Lineup

This schedule was part of Batman VS Superman.[21][22][23][24][25] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 21-25, 2002

January 26, 2002 Lineup

This schedule was part of Batman VS Superman.[26] This schedule consisted of:

January 28 - February 21, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[27][28]

This schedule existed from January 28 - February 21, 2002

February 22 - March 14, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[29]

This schedule existed from February 22 - March 14, 2002

March 15, 2002 Lineup

To celebrate Toonami's 5th anniversary, a special presentation of Blue Submarine No. 6 was aired, followed by an episode of Dragon Ball Z. This schedule consisted of:[30]

This schedule only existed on March 15, 2002

March 18 - 29, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:[31]

This schedule existed from March 18-29, 2002

April Fools 2002

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on April 1, 2002

April 2 - 12, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from April 2-12, 2002

April 15 - May 31, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from April 15 - May 31, 2002

June 3 - July 26, 2002 Lineup

At this point Toonami regained its third hour, the 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM hour, due to the cancellation of the Toonami block on Kids' WB!.[32] Also, Toonami was preempted on July 3, 2002 by a 24-hour marathon of the 1999 movie The Iron Giant. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from June 3 - July 26, 2002

July 29 - August 2, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from July 29 - August 2, 2002

August 5 - 8, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from August 5-8, 2002

August 9, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on August 9, 2002

August 12 - 15, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from August 12-15, 2002

August 16, 2002 Lineup

This schedule saw the premiere of He-Man (2002 Series) on Toonami. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on August 16, 2002

August 19 - 22, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from August 19-22, 2002

August 23, 2002 Lineup

This schedule saw the premiere of Transformers: Armada on Toonami. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on August 23, 2002

August 26 - 29, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from August 26-29, 2002

August 30, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on August 30, 2002

September 2 - 5, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from September 2-5, 2002

September 6, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on September 6, 2002

September 9 - 12, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from September 9-12, 2002

September 13, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule only existed on September 13, 2002

September 16 - October 4, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from September 16 - October 4, 2002

October 7 - 11, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 7-11, 2002

October 14 - 18, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 14-19, 2002

October 21 - 30, 2002 Lineup

Toonami was preempted on October 31, 2002 by a Courage the Cowardly Dog marathon.
This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 21-30, 2002

November 4 - December 27, 2002 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from November 4 - December 27, 2002

2003

December 30, 2002 - January 17, 2003 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from December 30, 2002 - January 17, 2003

January 20 - February 21, 2003 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from January 20 - February 21, 2003

Giant Robot Week

In late February 2003, Toonami dedicated an entire week to mecha anime series that were licensed by ADV Films, some of which were picked up by Adult Swim.

Monday, February 24th

Tuesday, February 25th

Wednesday, February 26th

Thursday, February 27th

Friday, February 28th

March 3 - 14, 2003 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 3-14, 2003

March 17 - 28, 2003 Lineup

At this time TOM 2.0 met his end in the March 2003 comic "Endgame" after Orcelot Rex broke into the Absolution to steal Sara. TOM 3.0 took over with a new absolution. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 17-28, 2003

March 31 - April 11, 2003 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 31 - April 11, 2003

April 14 - May 30, 2003 Lineup

On May 26th, Memorial day, Toonami was preempted by a movie marathon.[33] This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from April 14 - May 30, 2003

June 2 - 27, 2003 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from June 2–27, 2003

June 30 - July 4, 2003 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from June 30 - July 4, 2003

July 7 - August 29, 2003 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from July 7 - August 29, 2003

September 1 - 26, 2003 Lineup

At this time premiere episodes of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2002 Series), and Transformers: Armada were being shown exclusively on Fridays. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from September 1-26, 2003

September 29 - October 17, 2003 Lineup

This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from September 29 - October 17, 2003

October 20, 2003 - January 2, 2004 Lineup

At this time Star Wars: Clone Wars premiered on Toonami from December 1-12, running at 6:00 PM just before Transformers: Armada, in 2-3 minute installments. Also, on November 7th, Dragon Ball GT began airing on Fridays. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from October 20, 2003 - January 2, 2004

2004

January 5 - March 5, 2004 Lineup

At this time there was a special sneak peek of Duel Masters, the first three episodes were shown on Friday February 27th. This schedule consisted of:[34]

This schedule existed from January 5 - March 5, 2004

March 8 - 26, 2004 Lineup

At this time The Powerpuff Girls replaced Dragon Ball GT on Fridays. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 8-26, 2004

Final Toonami Weekday Lineup

This special lineup was titled Dragon Ball Chronicles. This schedule consisted of:

This schedule existed from March 29 - April 16, 2004

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