Toonami Schedules Marathon For Final BEWARE THE BATMAN Episodes

The final seven episodes of Beware The Batman will air this weekend.

The World's Finest reports that, in a last-minute schedule change, the Toonami programming block on Adult Swim will be airing the final seven episodes of Beware The Batman this Saturday, September 27th, 2014 starting at 2:30am (ET/PT) and running until 6:00am (ET/PT). According to representatives from Toonami, the programmers behind the block were informed early Monday that Beware the Batman is being financially written off by Cartoon Network as of the end of the month. So, the programmers behind the fan-friendly Toonami programming block have decided to air all the remaining episodes before the show is no longer available for network broadcast.

Representatives are calling this event “one last Bat-blowout” for fans of the acclaimed, under-rated CG animated series. The show will not be part of the Toonami programming block starting October 4th, 2014 going forward.

Check out The World's Finest for loglines and details on the final seven episodes of the under-appreciated and poorly treated Beware The Batman animated series.

The final thirteen episodes of the series will also hit DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, September 30th, 2014 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Warner Archive.
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