Posts Tagged ‘adult swim’
Toon Zone News’ Matt Hazuda is reporting on-site from San Diego Comic-Con 2007 and brings us the following details from the panel for The Boondocks. During Sony’s panel for the show there was a preview for season two, which is set to begin airing on Adult Swim this Fall. Additionally, it was announced that Sony […]
Adult Swim has announced details on the final two episodes of Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, airing on July 15 and July 22, 2007, at 11:45 PM (Eastern/Pacific). The show, which premiered along with the Adult Swim network, stars the Hanna-Barbera superhero as an alcoholic lawyer representing popular animated such as Grape Ape, Apache Chief, […]
For the time period of June 18th through June 24th, Adult Swim saw delivery increase by 27% or more in its target demographics of Adults ages 18 to 34 and Men ages 18 to 34. The network additionally placed 16 programs in the Top 50 for Adults ages 18 to 34 and 24 programs in […]
Adult Swim set to take over the late night hours of Cartoon Network all week long with the addition of Friday nights on July 6th. As part of the schedule shift, the network will now air from 11pm to 6am weeknights, losing the 10:30pm half-hour. The Saturday and Sunday night timeslots will remain the same. […]
Newsarama’s Animated Shorts column has spoken with Robot Chicken’s Doug Goldstein on the Star Wars parody/tribute episode of the show which will debut on Sunday, June 17, at 10:00 PM (Eastern) on Adult Swim. Goldstein discusses how the episode came to be and what it’s like to work on the show.
Tvshowsondvd.com reports that 3 toons from Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim are coming to DVD. Metalocalypse: Season 1 will be a 2 disc set containing 20 episodes from the mind of Seth Green (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Family Guy). The box set will be out on September 4th. Metalocalypse: Season 1 is another 2 disc set […]
The New York Times has gone behind the scenes of the upcoming Star Wars episode of Robot Chicken (registration required), which gathered a surprising amount of support from Lucasfilm and George Lucas himself. The article goes into how the creators’ appreciation of the Star Wars films and a Robot Chicken segment ultimately led to a […]
The New York Times has taken a look at Adult Swim’s Moral Orel (registration required), a stop-motion animated satire of religious hypocrisy that is often described as a parody of the classic Davey & Goliath TV show. The article describes how creator Dino Stamatopoulos views the show, the unsurprising backlash from conservative Christian organizations, and […]
The New York Times ran a profile of cartoonist Tony Millionaire on the eve of Sunday’s premiere of The Drinky Crow Show on Adult Swim (registration required). The article covers the origins of the cartoon and Millionaire’s artistic inspirations.
On Friday, Boston prosecutors dropped criminal charges against Peter Berdovsky and Sean Stevens, the “guerilla marketers” who triggered a day of bomb scares on January 31 while promoting Adult Swim’s Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The two apologized in court, stating that they had no idea that their campaign would cause a scare. As part of […]