Dragon Ball GT

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  • TV-PG
  • 2005
  • 3 Seasons
  • 6.8  (24,328)

Dragon ball GT is the last anime series of the famous Dragon Ball franchise. GT also airs as a sequel to the Dragon Ball Z series. The anime series was produced by Toei Animation and aired in Japan on Fuji channel in 1996, covering 64 episodes until it was culminated a year later. Compared to other anime series in the Dragon Ball market, GT is not connected with the manga created by Akira Toriyama. However, original characters in the manga were used in Dragon Ball GT. Licensed by Funimation Entertainment, the GT series was allowed for an English translated version DVD copy and airing in the US. Funimation's English dub of Dragon Ball GT was broadcast on the Cartoon Network channel from 2003 to 2005. The first TV airing fast forwarded across 16 episodes. Funimation Entertainment compressed the 16 first episodes into one episode entitled "A Grand Problem". The fast forwarded episodes were later broadcast on the same channel entitled "The Lost Episodes" succeeding the authentic broadcast's finale. Dragon Ball GT series was later launched in DVD copy in a Season set. The original Season set was launched in 2008 and the second one was launched in 2009. Season 1 of Dragon Ball GT includes 16 different episodes, which started in 1996. Episodes include A Devastating Wish, Pan Blasts Off, Terror on Imecka, The Most Wanted List and Goku Vs Ledgic. The story line of Season 1 starts off with Goku and Uub fighting inside Dende's hideout. Emperor Pilaf sneakily goes outside the hideout and into the inner domain, unnoticed. He then glimpses on the Black Star Dragon Balls, and calls upon the dragon guarding it. He is then interfered by Goku. Annoyed and angry, Emperor Pilaf wishes Goku was a kid again so he could defeat him. Accidentally, the dragon grants the wish, turning Goku into a child again. After the emperor departs, King Kai tells Son Goku that the only means he could go back to normal is to search for the Black Star Dragon Balls that are dispersed along the galaxy. Goku refuses to do so and says it is much easier to simply grow up again. However, he later founds out that the planet where the wish was made will be destroyed within a year and the only way to save it is if Son Goku finds all the seven Dragon Balls. This is where Dragon Ball GT's story line starts.

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Until We Meet Again . . .
24. Until We Meet Again . . .
January 29, 2005
After Shenron appears without summoning he explains why the evil dragons had to be born in the first place. He also says the dragon balls will be gone forever so that the darkness of the evil dragons will never surface the earth again. Goku leaves with Shenron to train. At the end of the episode Goku Jr. and Vegeta Jr. fight in the world martial arts tournament.
Universal Allies
23. Universal Allies
January 22, 2005
With no hope of winning Vegeta, Trunks, Gohan, and Goten attempt to defeat Omega Shenron but are easily defeated. Goku returns with a Spirit bomb and uses all the energy in the universe to make a final attempt to deafeat Omega Shenron
Rescue Goku
22. Rescue Goku
January 15, 2005
Omega Shenron takes the four star dragon ball out of Goku's fourhead and revives Nuova Shenron. Without knowing it Nuova and Goku has formed an alliance with an attempt to defeat Omega.
The Limits of Power
21. The Limits of Power
January 8, 2005
Now that the fusion time has worn off Goku and Vegeta desperatley try to do fusion again but fail, all hope seems lost when Goku reverts back to his child form when Goku decides to swallow the four star ball.
Super Saiyan 4 Fusion
20. Super Saiyan 4 Fusion
January 1, 2005
Vegeta and Goku know that they can't win this fight even as two super Saiyan 4's and vegeta offers to do the fusion with Goku. After a long struggle they finally perform fusion and now the tables have turned. Omega can't damage Gogeta, now Gogeta must defeat Omega if he can stay serious long enough to finish the job.
Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta
19. Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta
December 25, 2004
As Goku continues to fight Omega Shenron he thinks his only option left to defeat the evil dragon is to blow both of them up, just as he is about to Vegeta arrives claiming that he too can turn super saiyan four. Can Goku and Vegeta save the universe?
Shadow Dragons Unite
18. Shadow Dragons Unite
December 18, 2004
As Goku fights Sin Shenron, Sin absorbs the dragon balls and takes the form of Omega Shenron, now Goku must fight all the shadow dragons combined.
The One-Star Dragon
17. The One-Star Dragon
December 11, 2004
Goku and Nuova resume fighting and the devious Eis Shenron freezes Goku solid. As the two evil dragon brothers continue to argue Goku starts to fight harder when Eis used Pan as a human shield. But unknown to them there is another fighter lurking in the shadows for the right time to strike.
The Three-Star Dragon
16. The Three-Star Dragon
December 4, 2004
As Goku's fight with Nuova Shenron comes to an end he decides to spare Nuova's life for not taking pans life when he had the chance. But things get difficult when Nuova's brother Eis shows up. Out numbered, can Goku manage to defeat two shadows dragons at once, or will he lose.
The Heart of the Prince
15. The Heart of the Prince
November 20, 2004
Through this episode Vegeta thinks back on his whole life and how ever since he met Goku he has bein second, Vegeta finnally realizes something important, and finally admits something after so many years.
The Four-Star Dragon
14. The Four-Star Dragon
November 13, 2004
Now Goku and Pan continue their journey with four dragon balls secured. They come across the blazing hot Nuova Shenron the fire dragon, Pan is knocked out and the battle against the four star dragon is getting intense.
Saying Goodbye
13. Saying Goodbye
November 6, 2004
Now the seven star dragon's secret is out, he can absorb living things, and after he absorbs Pan Goku has to make the decision of killing his grand daughter to save the earth.
The Seven-Star Dragon
12. The Seven-Star Dragon
October 30, 2004
While Goku and Pan continue their quest they come across a dragon that is borrowing threw an entire city. Its Naturon Shenron the Seven star dragon that is destroying the city. It looks as though the dragon is weak but when he seems to weak Goku knows somethings up, and Pan may be way over her head when she steps in.
The Six-Star Dragon
11. The Six-Star Dragon
October 23, 2004
Goku and Pan come across the six star dragon Oceanus Shenron in what was once a peaceful village, as Goku continues to fight Oceanus it seems she is winning, that is until Pan steps in.
The Five-Star Dragon
10. The Five-Star Dragon
September 11, 2004
Continuing their adventure, Goku and Pan stumble across what appears to be an abandoned town. As they go threw the town they find out that a large electric slime made everyone flee the town. It is Rage Shenron who the five star dragon, now Goku and Pan must defeat him before they get defeated by the large electric slime.
The Two-Star Dragon
9. The Two-Star Dragon
September 4, 2004
Goku after being confronted by Bulma that he is responsible for the shadow dragons goes to fight them. Along with him is Pan. They come up against their first dragon Haze shenron. This dragon has begin to polute the earth and its up to Goku and Pan to stop him.
The Shadow Dragons
8. The Shadow Dragons
August 28, 2004
When an evil Dragon emerges from the broken Dragon Balls, the peace of Earth is shattered as well. With evil Dragons scattering across the globe, what horrors are in store for humanity?
The Greatest Surprise
7. The Greatest Surprise
August 21, 2004
While Goku anticipates the end, help comes from an unlikely source: Android 18! The lady-robot is fighting mad, and she's determined to avenge the death of her one true love!
Raising the Stakes
6. Raising the Stakes
August 14, 2004
Goku's attacks prove useless against Super 17 thanks to Dr. Myuu's genius programming of the android. With each passing moment, Super 17 gets stronger – and Goku inches closer to his destruction!
Piccolo's Best Bet
5. Piccolo's Best Bet
August 7, 2004
Super 17's destructive power reaches new heights, and the Z Fighters lay battered and broken at the android's feet. Luckily, Piccolo has a plan to free Goku from his other-worldly prison.
17 Times 2
4. 17 Times 2
July 31, 2004
While Goku defends his life in HFIL, the heroes of Earth experience troubles of their own: the two No. 17s have merged to form the ultimate artificial killing machine!
The Resurrection of Cell and Frieza
3. The Resurrection of Cell and Frieza
July 24, 2004
Cell and Frieza return, and Goku must defeat the villains if he is to return to Earth. Things get complicated when he falls into the deepest, darkest realm of HFIL, where he will endure tests that threaten his sanity!
A Dangerous Union
2. A Dangerous Union
July 17, 2004
In the depths of HFIL, an evil union between Dr. Gero and Dr. Myuu takes place. Soon after, Trunks is ambushed by Android 17 to send Goku a warning: come to HFIL or the earth will be attacked!
Curtain Call
1. Curtain Call
July 10, 2004
It's time for the World Martial Arts Tournament, but the competition proves challenging for all: Goku and Pan fight in the wrong divisions, a plan to fix the fight is uncovered, and an old ally returns to fight Goku one last time!
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Dragon ball GT is the last anime series of the famous Dragon Ball franchise. GT also airs as a sequel to the Dragon Ball Z series. The anime series was produced by Toei Animation and aired in Japan on Fuji channel in 1996, covering 64 episodes until it was culminated a year later. Compared to other anime series in the Dragon Ball market, GT is not connected with the manga created by Akira Toriyama. However, original characters in the manga were used in Dragon Ball GT.

Licensed by Funimation Entertainment, the GT series was allowed for an English translated version DVD copy and airing in the US. Funimation's English dub of Dragon Ball GT was broadcast on the Cartoon Network channel from 2003 to 2005. The first TV airing fast forwarded across 16 episodes. Funimation Entertainment compressed the 16 first episodes into one episode entitled "A Grand Problem". The fast forwarded episodes were later broadcast on the same channel entitled "The Lost Episodes" succeeding the authentic broadcast's finale. Dragon Ball GT series was later launched in DVD copy in a Season set. The original Season set was launched in 2008 and the second one was launched in 2009.

Season 1 of Dragon Ball GT includes 16 different episodes, which started in 1996. Episodes include A Devastating Wish, Pan Blasts Off, Terror on Imecka, The Most Wanted List and Goku Vs Ledgic. The story line of Season 1 starts off with Goku and Uub fighting inside Dende's hideout. Emperor Pilaf sneakily goes outside the hideout and into the inner domain, unnoticed. He then glimpses on the Black Star Dragon Balls, and calls upon the dragon guarding it. He is then interfered by Goku. Annoyed and angry, Emperor Pilaf wishes Goku was a kid again so he could defeat him. Accidentally, the dragon grants the wish, turning Goku into a child again. After the emperor departs, King Kai tells Son Goku that the only means he could go back to normal is to search for the Black Star Dragon Balls that are dispersed along the galaxy. Goku refuses to do so and says it is much easier to simply grow up again. However, he later founds out that the planet where the wish was made will be destroyed within a year and the only way to save it is if Son Goku finds all the seven Dragon Balls. This is where Dragon Ball GT's story line starts.

Dragon Ball GT is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (115 episodes). The series first aired on February 5, 2005.

Where to Watch Dragon Ball GT

Dragon Ball GT is available for streaming on the Cartoon Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Dragon Ball GT on demand at Amazon, Hulu and Microsoft Movies & TV.

  • Premiere Date
    February 5, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (24,328)