It seems that Cartoon Network is in deep pain when it comes to viewers. Especially the ones staying tuned to Toonami, their almost-Japanese section, which includes Naruto and the likes. As of 20 September, Toonami was canceled after 11 years of prodigious existance, with only its online streaming counterpart, Toonami Jetstream, remaining. For now.
Word is that Cartoon Network still has some 15 more Naruto episodes acquired, so these ones will continue to be aired as planned, but beyond that, nobody knows what will happen. I fail to see how the viewership of this series block was decreasing, but it seems fair enough. No money gained, no reason to continue. I guess they would rather fill the gap with absolutely retarded in-house productions, like Bernard (God, I hate that bear so much), or Chowder. Or whatever stupid animations they have released lately.
They are also broadcasting Code Geass, which, fairly enough, is a pretty good show, but it seems they lack in audience here, too. According to Cartoon Network representatives, the series "is not doing well at all". Sometimes I wonder what kind of viewers does CN actually have, anyway.