On the same day CN Too also replaced Toonami by becoming a 24 hour service with all the programming moved to CN Too. Outside the United States, Cartoon Network aired Toonami blocks in Australia from 2001 to 2006. Before Toonami ceased transmission, a message warned viewers about the merge with the CN Too channel. CNX was later closed down and replaced by Toonami which became a full-time UK channel in its own right. Near the end of its run, Toonami UK's newer shows had only aired once or twice a week, such as On July 27, 2006 in the UK, Toonami, along with the other channels, TCM, Boomerang, Cartoon Network, Boomerang +1 and CN Too suffered a major technical fault due to a power cut in Soho, London. In March 2006, criticism about Toonami UK increased after the network relaunched itself from an action-animation network into a general entertainment outlet airing teen soaps, live-action sitcoms, and other non-animated programming. The changes were criticised by older fans of the channel, who thought that it was moving away from its original premise as an all-ages channel to take a younger audience. Boomerang +1 was off air for some time, while TCM, reverted between TCM France and other programming during the times it was able to provide a service. Toonami Wiki fully supports and fully promotes the revived Toonami on Adult Swim, as well as the hardworking staff of Toonami.

Toonami Wiki is a fan made project dedicated to providing information about the history, shows, and universe of Toonami. Cartoon Network being broadcast on Boomerang and Toonami, with Boomerang being broadcast on CN Too). The Southeast Asian and Indian channels have since been closed. However, the changes to the channel brought a drop in ratings and the live-action shows were phased out over the next few weeks. Cartoon Network ist ein US-amerikanischer Fernsehsender des Turner Broadcasting System. Toonami is broken, we'll be right back as soon as we fix it.". This is due to technical difficulties. Sein Programm besteht hauptsächlich aus US-amerikanischen und europäischen Zeichentrickserien sowie japanischen Animes. The power cut caused a mix up of channels (i.e. Toonami is broken, we'll be right back as soon as we fix it.". Most advertising was suspended and several of the channel websites were offline also. in multiple languages. These idents have since been re-used in disclaimers warning viewers not to try stunts on various shows at home. TCM 2 didn't have a power cut because of its downtimes of timesharing. In the United Kingdom, Toonami was a standalone channel from 2003 to 2007. However, those who could still receive the channels had a backup transmission played out. On May 24th at 3am, The original version of Cartoon Network TOO was finally closed down with Cartoonito launching in its slot. Toonami UK has had its critics since day one, after it was relaunched from the previous CNX format. Similar channels were launched in India in 2015, France in 2016 and Africa in 2017. Toonami was previously hosted by Moltar (March 17, 1997 - July 9, 1999) and is currently hosted by TOM (July 10, 1999 - September 20, 2008, May 26, 2012 - present). In the UK, Toonami was also a programming block on Cartoon Network. Außerhalb der Vereinigten Staaten gibt es mehrere Cartoon-Network-Sender, die ältesten befinden sich in Großbritannien und Lateinamerika. Toonami usually showcases dubbed anime from Japan. When the channel launched in 2003, the idents would be the Toonami logo in the Sensor Room, or TOM's Face, whispering Toonami. Toonami rebranded in 2004 and got rid of TOM. The biggest criticisms came from viewers who wanted more action-animation aimed towards older audiences which had all but disappeared. This was due to the energy supplier EDF cutting power from different parts of Soho one at a time for four hours, purposely, due to the inability as the 2006 European heat wave had hit Turner Broadcasting System Europe.

Toonami was a British children's channel which aired from September 2003 to May 2007. The channel was first launched on 28 September 2003, replacing CNX, but was shut down and replaced by a relaunched version of Cartoon Network Too on 24 May 2007. The idents on Toonami which aired between shows during the black-out displayed the message "Sorry! In December 2012, Toonami was launched as a standalone channel in Asia-Pacific. For a short period of time, Toonami UK aired a special programming block on Fridays called "Destination Friday", which ran from 4pm to 9pm. The message was 'Breaking News: Toonami becomes the bigger and better Cartoon Network Too on May 24, 2007. Launched in 2000, Toonami was a programming block on Cartoon Network UK until October 2002 when it became a key component of Toonami UK, throughout its existence, also aired cartoons based on DC Comics properties, such as Beginning on March 6, 2006, Toonami UK changed its focus from action cartoons to entertainment in general and began airing live-action series such as On May 3, 2007, Turner UK announced that Cartoon Network Too would transition to 24 hours a day and Cartoonito would be launched as a standalone channel on May 24, 2007. The idents on Toonami which aired between shows during the power cut displayed the message "Sorry! In 2005, Toonami was added to the TV and video on demand kids' package for VNL's HomeChoice (now On 6 March 2006, Toonami changed its focus from action cartoons to entertainment in general, as the channel moved to Sky 602 and began airing five live-action shows: On the night of 26–27 July 2006 Cartoon Network Too, along with its sister channels suffered a major technical fault due to a power cut in The power cut caused a mix up of Turner Broadcasting System Europe channels (Whilst most channels returned to the air within 5–10 minutes, it took longer for Cartoon Network Too to resume programming and it was also joked on various animation based forums by Toonami UK viewers, many of whom have made note of their disdain for the direction in which Turner took the brand in the UK, that the backup transmission was more entertaining, purely due to the lack of live action programming aired during the outage.