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This article refers to the Benelux Union broadcast of Dragon Ball anime series.

Dragon Ball

The Netherlands and Flanders

Dragon Ball anime series were never aired and dubbed or subbed in Dutch.

Wallonia

In French-speaking areas of Belgium, the French dub was aired in 1995-1996 at Club RTL.

Dragon Ball Z

The Netherlands and Flanders

The Dutch sub of the Dragon Ball Z anime first aired in the Netherlands feed of Cartoon Network in August 28, 2000 to 31 July, 2001, then moves to Yorin (then Toonami) in November 5, 2001 to August 31, 2003 and it was very popular there, becoming one of the Cartoon Network's highest ratings show, beating the Pokémon anime series, which is not popular in the past.

In every Saturday and Sundays during early-mid 2000s, Yorin runs the marathon of the Dragon Ball Z episodes, titled "Dragon Ball Z Rewind".

Episodes 1-53 are based on English Saban dub, episodes 54-107 are based on English FUNimation dub and episodes 108-276 are based on English Westwood dub.

Bridge Entertainment distributed the Big Green dub of nine of the thirteen Dragon Ball Z movies and both TV specials on DVD in the Netherlands.

In Flanders, the Dutch-speaking areas of Belgium, the Dutch sub of the English dub were aired in KANAALTWEE channel's teen block "Cake" on December 17, 2001. Only Saiyan Saga to Cell Games Saga were aired there.

Wallonia

In French-speaking areas of Belgium, the French version was aired in 1996-2006 on Club RTL. From 2006, it was also aired on AB3 and MCM Belgique.

Dragon Ball GT

The Netherlands and Flanders

Dragon Ball GT also aired in the Netherlands from 2003 to 2005 on Yorin (then Toonami). However, it is unknown if the series is dubbed or subbed in Dutch or not.

Wallonia

The French dub of DBGT was aired in French-speaking areas of Belgium on Club RTL.

Dragon Ball Z Kai

Dragon Ball Z Kai was never aired and dubbed or subbed in Dutch.

Dragon Ball Super

Dragon Ball Super was never aired and dubbed in Dutch. However, in January 24, 2019, Dragon Ball Super: Broly was released in the Netherlands cinemas, with the original Japanese audio and English audio with Dutch subtitles. The movie is the most successful film in the Netherlands cinemas, beating Bohemian Rhapsody.

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