The Week In Anime-Final Episode Of Original Naruto Series To Air On Canada’s YTV


Hello and Greetings Fellow Otaku,

Here is a story that may have some of you hardcore Naruto fans seeing red. The Canadian cable channel will be airing the final episode of the original Naruto series this Saturday at midnight eastern\pacific time. The network has aired the last 11 episodes of the original series Since October 25,2009. Earlier this year Cartoon Network stopped airing the original series after episode 209 on January 31,2009. The original series is currently available on Dvd and online via the Viz website and the online video website Hulu.

My View

Ok, I am a bit upset because Cartoon Network never finished airing the remaining episodes of the original Naruto series earlier this year. I am also upset is to why they did not pick up the rights to Naruto Shippuden as well. Personally and in my honest opinion Cartoon Network made a big mistake by not airing the remaining episodes nor picking up the rights to Shippuden in which Disney XD managed to gain. They were depriving fans from watching the remaining episodes of this very popular series. Overall, I only have one thing to say. Shame on you Cartoon Network, shame on you.

That’s all for now, so until next time. Remember that their is a ton of great anime and manga out there, all you have to do is find it. Ltrs.   

3 Responses to The Week In Anime-Final Episode Of Original Naruto Series To Air On Canada’s YTV

  1. Wow…I’ve never really been a Naruto fan, but I sincerely think Cartoon Network has gone downhill. AdultSwim is down the tubes, and decent scheduling is schizophrenic to put it nicely. I honestly still wonder if they’re making as much as they did back then or are barely cutting even or above previous profits. It’s whatever though I suppose.

    • Andrew B says:

      I agree with you 100%. Cn and the adult swim block has gone down hill with all these reality shows and other things that just makes the network not watchable.

      What ever happened to the good old days when they had toonami and all the really good anime series. Man I wish I could go back in a time machine and set the network straight.

  2. randy says:

    I agree a 100 percent cartoon network lost the pulse of the anime movement thats happening right now instead of expending there porfolio there going the opposite way and thats leading some of us older anime fans other place .(
    ( etc

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