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    The Boondocks

    The Boondocks

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    The Boondocks is based on the satiric Aaron McGruder comic strip of the same name. The show follows the adventures of two black boys, Riley and Huey Freeman, who experience a culture clash when they move from southside Chicago to the "boondocks" to live with their grandfather.

    Originally made for FOX, The Boondocks is produced by Rebel Base and Hudlin Entertainment in association with Sony Pictures Television for Cartoon Network's late-night segment [adult swim].moreless
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    Rick & Morty

    Rick & Morty

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    Rick & Morty is an animated series that follows the exploits of an old genius and his dimwitted grandson. Based on "The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Maharti" the show was created by Dan Harmon (writer, Community) and Justin Roiland.moreless
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    Squidbillies

    Squidbillies

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    Five million years ago, the Atlantic Ocean covered North America all the way to the Ohio Valley. As the ocean receded to form our present-day geography, a family of squids was stranded in a remote setting in the North Georgia mountains. This motley melange of mischievous mollusks, influenced by the rural ways of the redneck locals, quickly "adapticise" to a world of fighting, feuding and fornicating with a Faulknerian flambé of ferocious sea creature livin'. The humor lies in the "adapticization." Early guest starred in the "Perfect Hair Forever/Anime Talk Show" which aired on [adult swim] on November 7, 2004.moreless
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    Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

    Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

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    Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a retelling of the story based off the manga, and is not directly related to the first Fullmetal Alchemist series. Edward and Alphonse Elric are two brothers living in a world where the practice of alchemy flourishes. After their mother passes away, the brothers work together to try and bring her back using alchemy, but without success. Their failure results in Edward losing his left leg and right arm, while Alphonse loses his entire body and has his soul attached to a suit of armor. Years later, they join the military for the opportunity to locate the Philosopher's Stone; the one thing that is capable of restoring their bodies. Japanese Version This guide covers the English version. For the Japanese version, go to: Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Fullmetal Alchemist Opening Themes eps (01-14) -- "again" by YUI (15-26) -- "Hologram" by NICO Touches the Walls (27-38) -- "Golden Time Lover" by Sukima Switch (39-??) -- "Period" by Chemistry Closing Themes eps (01-14) -- "Lie" by SID (15-26) -- "LET IT OUT" by Miho Fukuhara (27-38) -- "Tied Hands" by Lil'B (39-??) -- "Shunkan Sentimental" by SCANDALmoreless
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    Superjail!

    Superjail!

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    Superjail is an "Adult Swim" cartoon detailing the adventures of a rather strange and eccentric jail, it's warden, and it's inmates.
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    Off the Air

    Off the Air

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    Off the Air is the mysterious new Adult Swim show that brings trippy and weird videos to late night viewers. Adult Swim is the cable network that shares channel space with Cartoon Network, taking over the airwaves from 9:00PM to 6:00AM for some wild and crazy adult-oriented fun. The channel launched in 2001, and features animated shows, both original and syndicated, often geared to the 18 and up crowd. With hit shows like The Venture Bros., Robot Chicken, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and more, the channel has cemented itself as a cult favorite amongst late night viewers who might be under the influence of certain substances. Now in 2011 there is a new mysterious show that some viewers have caught at 3AM, known only as Off the Air. Not much is known about the show, but the viewers who caught it report that they saw some seriously trippy music videos from artists like Flying Lotus and Blockhead, clips of ostriches downhill skiing, and plenty of other strange sights for your late night viewing. So if you are up late and looking for some weirdness to stimulate your mind, check out Adult Swim's Off the Air.moreless
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    Loiter Squad

    Loiter Squad

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    Loiter Squad is the Adult Swim life-action comedy series where the network hands over a camera to Tyler, The Creator and his Odd Future buddies for some crazy hijinks. Dickhouse Productions revisits the Jackass formula with this crew of young skateboarding rap loving hams. Join Tyler, Jasper Dolphin, Taco Bennett, and Lionel Boyce for skits and surprises.moreless
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    Mongo Wrestling Alliance

    Mongo Wrestling Alliance

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    This is a animated series that spoofs the world of professional wrestling, developed by Metalocalypse co-creator Tommy Blacha. It follows the career of Rusty Kleberkuh, who follows in his grandfather's footsteps in the Mongo Wrestling Alliance. the violence of wrestling is over exaggerated for comedic effect.moreless
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    Space Dandy

    Space Dandy

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    Space Dandy is a galactic adventurer on the search for new alien species that he catalogs at a fair price. He is joined by his sidekicks, Meow the cat-like alien and QT the out-of-date robot assistant.moreless
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    Beware the Batman

    Beware the Batman

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    Beware the Batman is a CGI animated series that aired on the Cartoon Network from July 2013 to September 2014. It feature the adventures of a relatively young Batman coming to Gotham with his associate, former MI6 agent Alfred Pennyworth, and taking up the guise of Batman. When Alfred is unable to continue as Bruce's bodyguard, he hires Tatsu Yamashiro, a former agent who soon learns that Bruce is Batman and takes on the guise of Katana. Together they battle such villains as Professor Pyg & Mister Toad, Anarky, Man Bat, Ra's al Ghul, Humpty Dumpty, and many more.moreless
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    Eagleheart

    Eagleheart

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    Chris Elliott returns to the small screen for his first television role since his 90s cult favorite Get A Life. Conan O'Brien's Conaco Productions and Dakota Pictures produce Eagleheart. In this live-action spoof on cop shows, Elliott plays Marshal Chris Monsanto. Sidekicks Brett (Brett Gelman, The Other Guys) and Susie (Maria Thayer, Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and under the watchful authority of Chief (Michael Gladis, Mad Men) aid Monsanto on his cases.moreless
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    Mr. Pickles

    Mr. Pickles

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    Black Dynamite

    Black Dynamite

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    Based on the 2009 feature film about an ex-CIA agent and ladies man, Black Dynamite, who seeks revenge for the death of his brother. Voice talent on the show includes the original talent from the film: Michael Jai White, Tommy Davidson, Kym Whitley and Byron Minns.moreless
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    Childrens Hospital

    Childrens Hospital

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    A parody of hospital dramas. This began as a web series before transitioning to TV on Adult Swim.
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    NTSF:SD:SUV::

    NTSF:SD:SUV::

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    A secret team of government agents work together to protect San Diego from terrorist threats coming in daily from Mexico, Canada and Guam.
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    Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem a Klok Opera

    Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem a Klok Opera

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    Moral Orel

    Moral Orel

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    Moral Orel is a TV-MA clay-mation series on Cartoon Network's [adult swim] segment, which centres around the life of Orel Puppington, a young boy who consistently fails in his attempts to understand and abide by Protestant Christian values.

    Orel takes his cues from the authority figures around him; his parents Clay and Bloberta, school coach Stopframe, Reverend Putty, and others. Unfortunately for Orel, he always misunderstands the actions of his mentors, who are mostly shown as bitter, jaded, and merely paying lip service to their religious beliefs.

    These misunderstandings often lead to circumstances where Orel believes that he's following the Lord's wishes by doing things such as smoking crack, re-animating the bodies of dead townsfolk, practising euthanasia, or even impregnating sleeping women with a sperm-filled pastry bag. At the end of each episode, Orel's misbehaviour is discovered and he is taken to his father's study for a beating and a twisted explaination one might not expect from a responsible adult.


    Season 2
    The second season episodes of Moral Orel somewhat eradicated the repeated narrative structure seen in Season 1 episodes, which dramatically changed the way the stories unfold; creating a fresh new approach. The majority of episodes 11-30 focus primarily on other townsfolk and their relationship with Orel, whilst still creating twisted situations. The stop-motion animation improves enormously with the Season 2 episodes; creating a richer quality in picture, with more detail. New locations and townsfolk are also introduced and expanded upon.

    Season 3
    The third and final season took the show to the next level. These episodes revolve around events leading to and following the Season 2 finale, which proved to be the series' turning point. These episodes also incorporate elements of other episodes from the past two seasons, mainly from the viewpoints of other characters, ultimately tying the entire series together and wrapping it up nicely.


    Overview & History
    Although the show slightly resembles the visual animation of the 1960s series Davey and Goliath, Dino Stamatopoulos, creator of Moral Orel, has said that it is not a parody, stating that "there's no getting around that it's religious, but the word parody to a comedian is a dirty word, because one has to know what the show is parodying to like it."

    The show originally stemmed from the concept for a send-up of a Leave It to Beaver-like 1950s family comedy, that would star Iggy Pop. The idea eventually grew and evolved into a cartoon.

    "It's an incredibly tightly written show, with probably the strongest narrative structure of anything we have on the network."
    - Nick Weidenfeld (Head of Development at Adult Swim)



    Production Companies:
    Fragical Productions
    Williams Street
    ShadowMachine Films


    The name of Dino Stamatopoulos' production company "Fragical Productions" came from a song his daughter wrote about him being "fragical." The animation sequence for the company was animated by Dino himself and uses a fairy (magical) in a wheel-chair (fragile); making up the company's name. The "hello-goodbye" heard is said by his daughter, Tigger, and is a saying that she created.moreless
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    Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell

    Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell

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    Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell is a new live-action comedy on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. In the series, an associate demon named Gary works hard to climb up the corporate laddder in Hell's office. Gary must overcome his own stupidity, laziness, kind-heartedness, and even his own (more talented) intern Claude.moreless
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    Mary Shelley's Frankenhole

    Mary Shelley's Frankenhole

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    Mary Shelley's Frankenhole, which airs on Cartoon Network, is a stop motion animated TV series created by Dino Stamapolous. Broadcast as part of the channel's popular 'Adult Swim' line-up, each fifteen-minute episode features protagonist Dr. Victor Frankenstein. Frankenstein has developed a great number of wormholes, or Frankenholes, which transport him to various time periods. Because of his invention, many of histories most famous historical figures are now able to seek our Frankenstein's medical services. Some of these historical guest stars consist of Michael Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, Adolf Hitler, Gandhi, Ron Howard, and Lyndon Baines Johnson. Other characters on the show include Professor Sanguinaire Polidori, Frankenstein's immortal assistant, Elizabeth Frankenstein, his wife, Count Drival, his rival, and Igor, his hunch-backed assistant. Ten original episodes were made in the first and only season, featuring the voice talents of Scott Adsit, Jeff B. Davis, Jay Johnston, Britta Phillips, Mark Rivers, Chris Shearer, and Dino Stamatopoulous.moreless
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    The Eric Andre Show

    The Eric Andre Show

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    A comedic talk show from an alternate reality featuring unstable hosts, a variety of celebrities - both real and fake - and unusual studio action.
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