Cartoon Network Premieres On Teletoon Canada This Autumn


Canadian animation channel Teletoon’s “Gotta Gotta See It” campaign started yesterday at Fan Expo Canada in Toronto to promote the channel’s autumn lineup, which includes the return of Cartoon Network shows such as Adventure Time and the premiere of Clarence. Teletoon will also have new episodes of The Amazing World of Gumball and Teen Titans Go! this autumn.

The sixth season of Adventure Time will air on Thursday 4th September at 6 pm. (PT/ET).
Teletoon is offering a free to air period until 30th September and alongside its four week long national advertising campaign.

Clarence To Premiere On Cartoon Network Italy On 22nd September

According to, Clarence will premiere on Cartoon Network Italy on 22nd September and will air every Monday at 8.25pm and every day from Monday to Friday at 2.25pm.

New episodes of Uncle Grandpa Season 1 (episodes 14-26) will continue on CN Italy from 3rd September and will air every Wednesday at 8.25pm and every day from Monday to Friday 5.25pm.

There will also be a Ben 10 marathon consisting of 10 episodes called Time For Ben which starts on 6th September and will air every Saturday at 3.40pm. New episodes of Ben 10: Omniverse will start from 12th September every Friday at 7.35pm.

Clarence Confirmed For Cartoon Network RSEE In November

According to a Bulgarian website called, Cartoon Network RSEE (Russia and Southeastern Europe, the version of CN that Bulgaria receives) will get Clarence in November.

Cartoon Network UK already confirmed that Clarence will air in late 2014 and according to a French website called Catsuka back in late March, it will air in September on CN France.

As Clarence is planned to air in November on CN RSEE and in September on CN France, it’s usually the case for new shows, that the other Western European feeds will get Clarence first, possibly a month before (possibly in September and October) the Central and Eastern European feeds will air it.

I will keep you posted when I recieve further information.