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CNX was a channel operated by Turner Broadcasting in the UK and Ireland aimed at the 12-34 male audience, first started broadcasting on October 14, 2002 and lasted until September 8, 2003 when it was changed to the Toonami channel. The station was based around three key ingredients—Action, Adventure and Anime -- which formed the backbone of the schedule. The Daytime Schedule consisted largely of Anime and more 'mature' cartoons from the existing Toonami blocks on Cartoon Network while the evening moved into more non-censored Anime which would have been aired on Adult Swim in the US at the time. Later there were the 'Triple A Movies' which were a combination of martial arts films, anime films and otherwise. The channel later in the evenings broadcast mainstream television programmes such as The Shield.

Shows that aired on CNX

Daytime Broadcasting

The daytime schedule consisted of the child-friendly Toonami versions of such shows as:

These shows were mainly edited versions which were retained when the channel moved to Toonami.

Triple A Movies

The "Triple A Movies" block, which stood for the channel's combination of "Action, Adventure and Anime" showed mainly martial arts films but showed other material as well, a...
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