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    Sports (Cartoon Network)

    Sports (Cartoon Network)

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    It's more than just carving, more than just catching air, more than just shredding. We're taking you to the edge. Watch videos from new extreme sports shows like 10 Count and Re:Evolution of Sports. Only on Cartoon Network.moreless
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    The Prince Of Tennis

    The Prince Of Tennis

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    Twelve-year-old Ryoma Echizen joins the Seishun Gakuen Middle School tennis team, known for being one of the most competitive teams in Japan. Freshmen rarely have a chance to actually play during their first year, but Ryoma's cool confidence, combined with a deadly, un-returnable "twist serve," gain him a coveted starting spot. With rigorous and extremely intense practices, the upperclassmen of the team expect the very best from themselves, and expect even more from the new members of the team. He's made the cut but can he survive the intense competition? Join Ryoma and other first year players, as they train hard, make friends, and try to find a place for themselves on the team. Ryoma's cute but chronically shy classmate, Sakuno Ryuzaki, also has problems of her own as she hopes he will notice her. Ryoma Echizen is The Prince of Tennis. He may be ready for the Seishun Gakuen tennis team, but are they ready for him?

    The exciting backdrop of high school tennis serves as the setting for the sports drama and coming-of-age story, The Prince of Tennis, or Tennis no Ōjisama (テニスの王子様). From creator Takeshi Konomi, the manga and anime depict the life and adventures of Ryoma Echizen, both on the court and off of it. The series has becomes one of the most popular manga and anime titles to hit Japan. In Japan, the manga is published in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump (and is still ongoing), and in North America (and in English), it is published by VIZ Media as a Shonen Jump graphic novel series.

    The anime aired its final episode in 2005 on TV Tokyo in Japan. On this side of the hemisphere, The Prince of Tennis anime series is slated to air on Cartoon Network's new online broadband service called Toonami Jetstream on July 17 2006.

    General Note on Airdates: The Prince of Tennis airs on Cartoon Network and Viz's broadband service, Toonami Jetstream and on Toonami. Even though TV.com has broadband shows in its database, the airdates and the titles for each episode are that of it's U.S. regular Toonami airing. The Japanese titles and airdates, and the Jetstream airdates can be found in their respective episodes ONLY when dub info (titles and airdates) have been revealed.

    Popularity of the Franchise: The series is extremely popular in Japan. In addition to the manga and anime, there is a half-hour weekly radio show, over 100 music CDs and Drama CDs, several games, an animated movie and a live action movie, a five episode OVA, a number of live-action musicals, and much, much more.

    Seasons: Season 1: Episodes 1-26 - Intraschool Ranking Arc I (1-10), Versus Fudomine Arc (11-21), Seigaku Training (22-26) Season 2: Episodes 27-52 – Versus St Rudolph Arc (27-26), Training Filler Arc (37-40), Versus Yamabuki Arc (41-48), Intraschool Ranking Arc II (49-52) Season 3: Episodes 53-78 – Versus Hyoutei Arc (53-68), Tezuka's Leaving Arc (69-75), Shonan Arc – Part 1 (76-78) Season 4: Season 5: Season 6: Episodes 129-160 - Recreation II Arc (129-135), Junior Selection Camp Arc (136-146), Versus American West Coast Team Arc (147-160) Season 7: Episodes 161-178 - Recreation III Arc (161-165), Intraschool Ranking Arc III (166-176), Start of Nationals Arc (177-178) Season 8: Episodes 179-194 (1-13 + 3 specials) - The Prince of Tennis OVA: The National Tournament (179-191/1-13), New Year's Special 2003 (192), A Day on Survival Mountain (193), New Year's Smash 2005 (194)moreless
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    Thumb Wrestling Federation

    Thumb Wrestling Federation

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    Thumb Wrestling Federation is a sports entertainment television series of live-action shorts about famous thumb wrestlers President Newt and Pageboy Skull.
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    Hall of Game Awards

    Hall of Game Awards

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    Tony Hawk is set to host this award show experience that allows viewers to vote for their favorite sports stars and memorable moments of the year.
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    Track Rats

    Track Rats

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    Track Rats is an auto sports docu-reality series from Cartoon Network that follows three amateur racers to different parts of the country as they prepare and participate in a vast array of racing competitions in an effort to prove they are the best.moreless
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    My Dad's A Pro

    My Dad's A Pro

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    My Dad's A Pro is an animated cartoon series on Cartoon Network with characters from the NBA. The show follows Jaelen House, the 9-year-old son to 2008 NBA Champion Boston Celtics guard Eddie House, as he lives day in and day out as the son of a successful and celebrated basketball star. The show follows the life of Jaleen and gives viewers an inside view of what it is like to be the son of a famous basketball player, on and off the court. The show as conceived through a partnership between Cartoon Network and the NBA. Eddie House, a NBA superstar, was chosen because of his dedication to both the game of basketball and his family. Cartoon Network also created additional basketball-themed content to go along with the show for a number of different platforms, including online, mobile, video on demand and on-air broadcast. The series will go on to highlight other teams and players in the NBA in future seasons.moreless
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    Re:Evolution of Sports

    Re:Evolution of Sports

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    Re:Evolution of Sports is a thirteen part HI-DEFINTION series that combines the most awe-inspiring footage in adrenaline sports history with insightful and compelling story lines and exotic locales to create a true window into this rapidly growing universe. RE: EVOLUTION showcases the athletes and their stories, the trails they've blazed, and the progression of their disciplines, which have transcended well beyond the label of "extreme" and well into the core of cultural relevance.moreless