Last week we printed the episode of Shenmue that aired that week would be the season finale. I swear that’s what the press release told us — we can’t be held liable for typos from official sources. THIS week they claim Robot Chicken will be airing its season finale — I guess we’ll just see if another one shows up next week.
After you’ve had your fill of phony news stories and prank posts from every corner of the Internet this April 1, Adult Swim is here to extend the insanity two more days.
This weekend’s premieres on Adult Swim include robots, chickens, more robots, and the possible return of an old friend.
This weekend’s Adult Swim premieres are a lot like last weekend’s Adult Swim premieres, only with slightly different events. For example, instead of Yoshi, you get Bea Arthur.
Last weekend, Robot Chicken commenced its latest season, and this coming weekend it shall continue commencing further. This week Adult Swim has two new premieres to show you, on two different nights.
As long as there is pop culture media to make fun of, Robot Chicken will always be around…well, Adult Swim ceasing broadcast would throw a wrench in it, but maybe it could continue on somewhere else. It leads this weekend’s list of AS premieres with the brand new episode “May Cause a Squeakquel.”
Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken parodies just about everything, but every now and then their targets have enough of a sense of humor that they partner with RC to produce officially licensed specials centered around their IPs. You can add Archie Comics to that list when what has been dubbed The Bleepin’ Robot Chicken Archie Comics Special runs next month.
Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim block has announced the premiere of the eighth season of the hit stop-motion, animated comedy series Robot Chicken. The new season will premiere with a half-hour special, the Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Magical Friendship. This very special episode premieres next month. In addition, Adult Swim provided us with a new trailer and some photo stills of the special, which you can check out below.
The Emmy award-winning team and studio behind the hit series, Robot Chicken, have created a new original, stop-motion animated series that will soon premiere on Crackle next month. That show, SuperMansion, features a superhero theme, and Crackle and Stoopid Buddy Stoodios have released a new trailer for the show, which you can check out below.