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A couple of months ago, it was announced that Netflix would be pulling most (if not all) of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim programming from streaming. It was less than a secret that Turner felt partnering with Netflix was an abject failure, having previously stating that they were losing ratings (and
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In case you don’t have Twitter or missed the Twitter post from Jason DeMarco, the co-creator and executive producer of Toonami, One Piece will be getting the same experimental treatment as Dragon Ball Z Kai and have repeat episodes air during regular Adult Swim time. This addition will take place starting this
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On the heels of the AMAZING Venture Bros. 1 hour special last night, AstroBase, Go! by way of TitmouseStuff.com has released some exclusive merchandise related to the episode: First off, we have the AstroBase, Go! knit cap (modeled here by co-creator, Doc Hammer). Now, you too can become an Honorary
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This weekend, at Otakon Las Vegas, Aniplex of America announced that Kill La Kill will be coming to Adult Swim’s Toonami starting February 7th at 11:30PM EST/PST. It will be replacing Attack On Titan, which is currently starting the block. Many people have wondered how this show can even be on
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Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a brand new special starring Eagleheart’s Brett Gelman has been announced for Adult Swim. If you remember, last year’s special (titled: Dinner With Friends With Brett Gelman and Friends) featured comedian Gelman hosting a dinner party (gone extremely wrong) consisting of random actors and comedians such as
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Whodathunk that the Nintendo Power Glove would ever become a useful tool? Robot Chicken animator Dillon Markey did, and what he does with it is pure genius. He found potential in the device in a place no one would think to apply it: stop-motion animation. For those of us who’ve lived
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[as]central rings in 2015 with a brand new episode of the Swimcast. The Swimcast is the exclusive home of all things [adult swim], including news, reviews, interviews, and much more! Synopsis: A brand new year for Adult Swim! After some apologies for downtime, John, Trish, and Jason touch down on a
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Like I mentioned last time, July 2013 was your last Venture Bros fix. That’s a long time. It’s 2015 now! That’s nuts! But, if you’re a Venture fan, you’re used to it. Waiting is part of the job, of course. Season one ended in ’04 and two began and ended in ’06. Three didn’t
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One of the stranger projects Adult Swim has had in the pipeline for a while is finally set to make its debut next month. The Jack and Triumph Show, the new multi-camera sitcom starring Jack McBrayer (30 Rock, Wander Over Yonder) and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog (played by Robert Smigel, of course) will premiere Friday,
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Adult Swim has a history with music: they’ve been releasing free tunes for years now, and they have their own label imprint, Williams Street Records, which brought the world the amazing Killer Mike album “R.A.P. Music” in 2012. Their Singles Program is the highlight of each summer and has included
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For a fan of the hilarious, amazing action show The Venture Bros, the wait for newness is long and hard and painful. The last time we got any new Venture? July 2013! We have to wait a bit longer for season 6, but there’s some stuff coming up that will give us a
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We’ve made it to Friday. Unfortunately there’s no more I can give from the Adult Swim side… But that shouldn’t imply the fun is over! In addition to Adult Swim programming, I had the chance to speak with pretty much the ENTIRE cast (including the one and only, Christian Slater) of FX’s
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nycc 2014

Day 3 is upon us! At last month’s NYCC, I had the honor and privilege once again to chat with Rick and Morty show creators, Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland. In addition, I also chat with Sarah Chalke and Chris Parnell (voices of Beth and Jerry) about being voices on
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We return for some more fun interviews from last month’s New York Comic-Con. Today, we have my chat with the cast and crew of Mike Tyson Mysteries (airing Monday night’s at 10:30pm on Adult Swim). I remind EP Hugh Davidson of his “fever dream” playing Abraham Lincoln on the mini-series
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