Yu-Gi-Oh! Returns to Broadcast Television!

September 4, 2009 at 1:42 pm | Posted in 4Kids, Duel Monsters, English dubbed, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 2 Comments
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Bakura munching on some delicious food in episode 220

The original English episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh! are making a grand return to broadcast television on Saturday, September 5th — that’s tomorrow! 4Kids’ Nameless Cubicle Office Guy has revealed that The CW4Kids will be airing the first and second episodes of Yu-Gi-Oh! tomorrow beginning at 8:30 am. After that, Yu-Gi-Oh! will be airing every Saturday at 9:00 am, starting on September 19th.

The last time Yu-Gi-Oh! was broadcast in the U.S., there wasn’t even a CW4Kids or a CW Network. Back then, the cartoon block airing Yu-Gi-Oh! was called Kids’ WB, which was part of the WB Network. The final episode of Yu-Gi-Oh!, promoted back then as the “Yu-Gi-Oh! End Game” event, was shown in the summer of 2006. Wow, that felt like so long ago! Has Yu-Gi-Oh! been aired at all between now and then?

Hopefully, the return of Yu-Gi-Oh! will spark the interest of a whole new generation of duelists — a few of whom, through their adventures in the worlds of GX and 5D’s, may have never laid eyes on the original Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters series. One thing’s for sure though. This broadcast will finally put the “Yugi” back into “Yu-Gi-Oh!” (ugh, how corny!), so tune in!

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  1. So comeback. Have a question: “Do you have any informations that YGO! GX will be broadcast in autumn 2009?” I’ve read that somewhere.

  2. I know that DM is on The CW4Kids and 5D’s is on Cartoon Network. I haven’t heard anything about GX. I could have missed something though, since I don’t really follow news about GX and 5D’s.


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