Miguzi was the weekday-afternoon replacement for Toonami on Cartoon Network, when Toonami switched to a Saturday night block. It began airing on April 19, 2004 and ended on September 24, 2007, a little less than a year before the eventual Cartoon Network cancellation of Toonami on September 20, 2008.
Created by Cartoon Network's Williams Street division, the folks that brought us Toonami and Adult Swim, it was created to be a lighter-toned successor to Toonami (while Toonami itself was reconfigured to a Saturday night block), running action shows from America, France, and Japan.
The animated hostess of the block was Erin, a young CGI girl with black hair and a yellow jumpsuit who, at the start of the block, was transported underwater and into a sunken alien spaceship by an enormous red fish. There, she chills out and watches the shows along with a group of mutant sea creatures and robots, none of whom speak but all of whom have rudimentary personalities.
As of June 1, 2007, Miguzi is no longer part of the Cartoon Network lineup. It was replaced by Master Control, an interactive block on September 24, 2007.
In one of the bumpers, A robot monitor name, MONITOR, hypnotized the main mutant aliens by projecting a spinning blue spiral in front of them. Erin tells MONITOR to stop doing that. MONITOR apoligizes as well as the mutant aliens snapped out of their trance.