The WB is a defunct American television network which (along with UPN) was the original broadcaster of Dragon Ball Z in the United States.
The network aired the first two Canadian-voiced seasons of Dragon Ball Z from 1996 to 1998 in early morning time slots, which led to lackluster ratings. In mid-1998 series producer FUNimation moved the show to Cartoon Network's Toonami block, where it became a breakaway hit.
Dragon Ball Z briefly resurfaced on The WB in mid-2001, as part of a joint venture between their children's block Kids' WB and Toonami.
WB stations that aired Dragon Ball Z
|SUN||8:30||WB 11 (WPIX)||New York City - Brooklyn, NY|
|SUN||9:30||WB 17 (WPHL)||Philadelphia, PA|
|SUN||10:00||WB 20 (KOFY)||San Francisco - Oakland - San Jose, CA|
|SUN||9:30||WB 56 (WLVI)||Boston, MA - Manchester, NH|
|SUN; MON THRU FRI||11:00 & 6:30||WB 20 (WXON)||Detroit, MI - Windsor, ON, Canada|
|SAT||7:00||WB 39 (KHTV)||Houston, TX|
|SUN||10:00||WB 22 (KTZZ)||Seattle - Tacoma - Olympia, WA|
|SAT||7:00||WB 39 (WDZL)||Miami - Ft. Lauderdale - Key West, FL|
|SUN||7:30||WB 18 (WKCF)||Orlando - Daytona Beach - Myrna Beach, FL|
|FRI||6:00||WB 69 (KSWB)||San Diego, CA - Tijuana, BCA, Mexico|
|SUN||11:00||WB 55 (WFVT)||Charlotte - Belmont, NC - Rock Hill, SC|