The Canadian network Teletoon has released schedule details for Young Justice episodes slated to debut on the network this month, September 2011.
Teletoon has provided the following schedule details for episodes of the Young Justice animated series slated to air on the Canadian network during September 2011. Young Justice premieres on the Canadian network Friday, September 9th, 2011 at 7:00pm (ET), as part of the network's new Fall 2011 line-up, during the Superfan Friday programming block. Please note the episode details listed below are provided by Teletoon.
Friday, September 9th, 2011 at 7:00pm (ET)- "Independence Day"
Robin, Speedy, Aqualad and Kid Flash are finally granted access to the headquarters of the Justice League. But when that access turns out to be little more than a glorified backstage pass, Speedy walks, and the other three sidekicks go on a mission of their own… to discovery…
Friday, September 16th, 2011 at 7:00pm (ET) – "Fireworks"
Robin, Aqualad and Kid Flash are prisoners of Project Cadmus. Their only hope is for Superboy to help them break free…
Friday, September 23rd, 2011 at 7:00pm (ET) – "Welcome to Happy Harbor"
After Speedy declines to join the new team, Robin, Aqualad and Kid Flash fear Young Justice is just a big joke…while new member Miss Martian fears there’s no room for her to be part of it. So when the four heroes and Superboy come up against Mister Twister, it looks like all their fears have just been realized…
Friday, September 30th, 2011 at 7:00pm (ET) – "Drop Zone"
On their first official assignment – a covert recon mission to the Venom-producing island of Santa Prisca – the team finds itself caught in a struggle between the deadly Bane and cult leader Kobra for possession of something far worse than they suspected.
New episodes of Young Justice will debut Friday nights at 7:00pm (ET) on the Teletoon Superfan Friday programming block, and will then re-air the following Sunday at 8:30am (ET). Young Justice will also air Saturdays at 1:00am (ET) as part of the Teletoon At Night programming block.