List of Programs Broadcast By Cartoon Network (Philippines) - Future Shows

Future Shows

Listed below are programs to be shown on Cartoon Network Philippines, as announced by the channel itself and its program schedule. It does not list programs rumored to be shown, as these rumors have not been proven. The following shows which being shown:

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