Toonami (French TV channel)

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Toonami is a television channel that launched in France on 11 February 2016.[1] It is operated and distributed by WarnerMedia France. It is named after the late night television programming block seen on Adult Swim in the United States every Saturday night. From 2016 until 2020, France's Toonami used the logo introduced by the original block in 2004 with branded promos that were also used in Southeast Asia.

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Toonami's official logo in France as of 2020.
Broadcast areaNationwide
OwnerWarner Media France
Sister channelsCartoon Network
TCM Cinéma
Warner TV
LaunchedFebruary 11, 2016; 5 years ago (2016-02-11)
SFRChannel 214
Telenet (Brussels & Wallonia)Channel 414
VooChannel 69
Canal+Channel 155
FransatChannel 66
FreeChannel 154
SFRChannel 214
TV d'OrangeChannel 146
Bouygues TelecomChannel 106
Sunrise (Teleclub Premium)Channel 327
SFR RéunionChannel 152
My.T (Mauritius)Channel 67

During the day, the channel's programs were all subject to censorship. From 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. CET, the channel was branded as Toonami Unlimited, with its TV series and AEW Dynamite subject to little to no censorship. In September 2020, Toonami was rebranded and became a young adult channel. Since 24 July 2019, an Adult Swim block is broadcast nightly between 11 p.m. and 2 a.m. CET.


On 3 February, it was confirmed by Toonami Squad in an email with Turner that Toonami would be launching in France on 11 February 2016. For the first four years, the channel's programming was geared toward the young children and teen demographics.[2][3]

In September 2020, Toonami underwent a rebranding with a new programming strategy, which targeted the teen and young adult demographics with programs no longer subject to censorship during the night. Despite now targeting a more mature audience, the channel kept its Adult Swim block.


Adult SwimEdit