Saturday 11:30 AM on YTV Premiered Jul 01, 2002 In Season



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Welcome to the world of beyblading at It is intense and exciting. Imagine two tops charging at each other with magical creatures called bit beasts or special tops that draw the powers from the stars emerging from them! The first three seasons follow a team known as the Bladebreakers. They are using their bit beasts t try and become the World Champs, but many opposing teams also have bit beasts are are ready to fight and steal their if it means winning the titles for themselves. Find out if this team can live and cope together, even when they become rivals, in Beyblade, VForce, and GRevolution. Season 4 brings a new cast of characters, new rivals, and new villains to the front line. Join Gingka as he attempts to fulfill his fathers dream of sealing up the most evil beyblade the world has ever known- L-Drago. In order to do so he must defeat L-Drago and the current World Champion: Ryuga. The problem is he must form himself a team of rivals to increase his skills to do so, but where will he find these rivals at, and will any of them want to work with him? Regarding the network, please don't be confused by this guide. Seasons 1, 2, and 1/3 of 3 debuted on ABC Family. The rest of 3 debuted on Toon Disney, but the guide refuses to show it correctly if it debuted on more than one network. The Beyblade TV Special only aired on YTV. Seasons 4-7 debuted in the US on Cartoon Network, which hosted most of the World Premiere of the dub (YTV had the first handful of episodes and CN Australia had 4 episodes they premiered first, but the air dates are the CN USA air dates after the YTV premieres). Season 8 premiered first on YTV in Canada, and those are the dates used.

The seasons breakdown like this: Season 1- Beyblade, 2- VForce, 3- GRevolution, 4-Metal Fusion, 5- Metal Masters, 6- BeyWheelz & Metal Fury, 7- Shogun Steel, 8- BeyWarriros: BeyRaiderz, 9- BeyWarriors: Cyborg.


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Season 8 : Episode 13

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Fan Reviews (110)

  • Ah,good old memories.

    Beyblade is a decent show about a 13 year old(he was 12 in the first few episodes)named Tyson Grainger and his friends Max,Kenny,Ray and Hilary.I remember this good old classic and the second season was the weakest season it was OK but the first and third seasons were great i also remember getting a video from America from my friend who was given the video by one of his cousins or something like that it aired on ABC Family sadly they are'nt making new episodes in Japan i hope they return it as seeing this was a good old show which aired on Cartoon Network and then Toonami over here in the UK it is better than most stuff today like Robotboy or anything else even though they are'nt making new episodes i still recommend this a classic and sadly now Toonami UK only airs it at night and what is nearly on everyday on Toonami UK is Pokemon which is a weak and retarded show i love this show and i still remember playing the Beyblade toys they are at least better than stupid scams for boys and girls such as: Bratz,Barbie,Pokemon and Action Man.moreless
  • Let it Rip!

    I was bored and addicted to watching anime back then, and ended up watching Beyblade on YTV. Ever since I watched the show I've always wanted to own one of those beyblades and play with it too. There are catchy songs in the show to listen and play beyblade to, such as Across the Nation, Never Gonna Take Me Down, and the theme song itself. It is an okay anime, but it got repetitive later. It's definitely better than Battle B'Daman. My favourite characters were Ray and Kai. The animation changed after season 1, as the characters used to be chubbier.moreless
  • They save the world... with tops. Yeah.

    Beyblade is the kind of show where you pause, look at an episode, and wonder what in the world the creator was thinking.

    I can buy a top tournament. I can even buy the players getting so bizarrely into such a game.

    I can't, however, buy that they store magical creatures within them, nor that they ultimately battle for the fate of the world.

    Saving the world with tops. It's absolutely ludicrous. YuGiOh! made cards work. Beyblade just sells tops. Unlike other gaming series, it's impossible to truly emulate the feats in the show, since once you release a top, the best you can do is, if electronic, it's general direction of back and forth can be manipulated.

    But come on. Saving the world with tops? I have a dredle in my closet. Think I could be a hero too?moreless
  • Sweet Merciful Crap!!!

    Beyblade is by far the worst anime I have ever seen. I watched a few episodes and man it sucked. All you do is watch a few tops pointlessly spin around and crash into each other. Talk about boring. And futhermore the characters are also shouting sencelessly alot and the announcers are more annoying than Pokemon\'s Team Rocket. To add to that, the voice acting is terrible, only that pink cat girl has a decent sounding voice, but it still sounds pretty weak. I don't want to see anymore Beyblade.moreless
  • Holy crud...

    I have just one question: WHY? I don't know what the creators were thinking when they were making this show but WHY? TOPS? TOPS! They're tops! A show about tops and it's annoying commands from their [i]owners[/i]. Seriously, did they spend THAT much money on pointless tops for a dumb game? Seriously though, this show is annoying. You got all these somewhat-looking new tops just crashing into each other and making a huge stadium for it... Would that even consider it siutable for competitions in a tournament? Yup, I guess it would.

    Cancel it. To think their company had already made another lame show like this...moreless

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