I Knew It: Some connected the dots between Dane Lisslow and Deathstroke early, considering Dane and Bruce had so much in common, and Deathstroke had both of his eyes.
Invisible Advertising: This show and Teen Titans Go! replaced the previous DC Nation, but you wouldn't have known that from the total lack of advertising for this show, which had been mostly been shown to the public through press releases alone until a few weeks prior to the premiere. Teen Titans Go!, on the other hand, has been given lots of advertising weeks before it premiered and technically airs in a primetime slot with reruns on DC Nation.
No Export for You: Despite having its Latin American dub for all 26 episodes, has not aired in Latin America. At least the DVD releases in US (Region 1), Mexico (Regions 1 and 4) and Argentina (Region 4) include this dub.
Screwed by the Network: The Invisible Advertising and erratic scheduling after the first few weeks were bad enough. Then it was pulled from the schedule altogether and left in limbo for months with no official word from Cartoon Network about the show's fate. Cast members assured that it would return in early 2014, and even that changed as their promised dates came and went. Keep in mind the episodes had already all been produced; they were airing in New Zealand this whole time and some of the episodes were released on DVD before they had ever aired in the states; Cartoon Network just outright refused to air the show or even comment on its ongoing status one way or the other. Eventually Toonami came to the rescue...
But even Toonami rescuing the show was in vain. Cartoon Network wrote off the show financially, preventing it from airing on Toonami ever again. At least Toonami kept to their word and gave the show a 7-episode marathon so that it can at least reach its conclusion.
Given the climate of entertainment today, where comic book adaptations are some of the hottest properties around, the fact that Cartoon Network either could not or would not make a killing off a Batman show is mind-boggling. Batman is the single best-selling comic book there is, and has already had four successful television adaptations going back to the 1960s— to say nothing of his films and video games. Batman prints money, he's the very definition of a cash cow, to the point where DC's basic marketing strategy sometimes feels like "Make everything as similar to Batman as possible." There are no words, basically, for how hard you have to try to not have a successful Batman adaptation.
Based on the current direction of the network, it can now be assumed the show was cancelled by Moral Guardians.
Short Run in Peru: During the late 2013-early 2014 hiatus, new episodes continued to air in New Zealand, of all places.
Too Soon: The series was re-edited to have less realistic fire-arms following the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado.
What Could Have Been: The Creeper was at one point considered to be in the show. Villains such as Mad Hatter, Nocturna, and Hush were also considered, with the last one being replaced by a similar villain.
In an interview, the show's creators commented that it would be focused more on Bruce Wayne, and would show "the three faces of Bruce": the millionaire playboy; the paranoid shut-in; and Batman, the moderator between the two sides.