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TELETOON Announces January 2009 Programming Highlights


Canada’s TELETOON Network has announced programming highlights for the main TELETOON channel, the teen-to-adult oriented TELETOON Detour channel, and the TELETOON Retro channel.

On TELETOON, the new animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold will make its debut on the Sunday Action Force block alongside Wolverine and the X-Men. New episodes of these shows and of Total Drama Action will also make its debut on January 11, 2009. Other highlights include the debut of Chaotic: M’arrillian Invasion, new episodes of Chowder and The Secret Saturdays, and movie screenings of Ultimate Avengers, Scooby-Doo and the Legend of the Vampire, and The Man Called Flintstone.

Animated highlights on TELETOON Detour include new episodes of Robot Chicken starting on January 2, 2009, a screening of Hellboy: Blood & Iron, and more episodes of American Dad and Futurama.

Finally, TELETOON Retro will add new episodes of Wait Till Your Father Gets Home, Alvin & The Chipmunks, ReBoot, and more.

For more details, read the TELETOON, TELETOON Detour, and TELETOON Retro press releases here.

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