List of Code Lyoko Episodes

List Of Code Lyoko Episodes

This is a list of episodes for the French animated television series, Code Lyoko. The first season has no set viewing order save for the last two episodes, so it is listed by the order in which it aired. The following seasons have their episodes numbered, and are ordered by that number. So far, the series has a total of ninety-seven episodes: Twenty-six each for the first two seasons, thirteen for the third, thirty for the fourth, and the two-part prequel made alongside the third season. The first three seasons, the prequel, and Episodes 66-77 and 79-88 aired on Cartoon Network. Episode 78 and episodes 89-95 of the series aired on Cartoon Network Video and Kabillion, instead of on the network channel itself. MoonScoop announced a fifth season titled Code Lyoko: Evolution, consisting of twenty-six episodes of thirteen each, scheduled to air in year 2012 and 2013.


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