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Here are the top shows that have come from Adult Swim over the years.
Check out this exclusive clip to see a musical side of Negan that The Walking Dead just doesn't show enough.
For The Robot Chicken Walking Dead Special: Look Who's Walking, the creators had a specific mystery they wanted to solve, even if it didn't exactly happen.
The Walking Dead goes stop-motion for a new Robot Chicken special, and it's the best mash-up fans could have hoped for.
Robot Chicken creators Matthew Senreich and Seth Green talked to CinemaBlend about how their upcoming Walking Dead special came together.
Robot Chicken's Star Wars spoofs have become iconic among nerds, and their origin story is actually tied to George Lucas himself.
The Simpsons are going to South Park for an upcoming couch gag! Or something like like that, anyway.
Although it might be some time before we start hearing news regarding The Walking Dead Season 7, this week we learned that the show’s creators have something special planned for fans.
The multiverse plays a significant role in Robot Chicken DC Special 3: Magical Friendship and it may not be too long before we start seeing it have an effect on live-action comic book movies and television shows as well.
Netflix is getting a lot more fun with its latest crop of new additions, it's Adventure Time! Come on and grab your friends… The streaming video subscription service has secured deals with Turner's Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, which means Adventure Time, Robot Chicken, Regular Show and a number of other great animated and live-action series are now available to streaming subscribers. The announcement also included word that the first season of TNT's Dallas is now available streaming.
Netflix is always working to bring new streaming content to the table and on Monday, the home entertainment company announced it has worked out a deal for complete seasons of Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. Animation, and Adult Swim. Additionally, just to shake things up a bit, fans will also be treated to episodes of TNT’s Dallas.
It sounds like what's gone around for three seasons of The Walking Dead is about to come around for Robert Kirkman when he makes a cameo on Robot Chicken. A photo from the comic creator and TV executive producer's spot on the Adult Swim series has made its way online, along with a few spoilery details about his appearance.
Robot Chicken has quite a premiere planned for its upcoming sixth season premiere. The Emmy Award-winning, stop-motion-animated program on the Adult Swim network has tackled big franchises before, with their famous spoof of the Star Wars Saga (before Family Guy), and now they are once again entering sacred fanboy territory: the DC Comics catalogue. Here's the first trailer for the Robot Chicken: DC Comics Special…
San Diego Comic Con is just weeks away, and it's evident by the growing frequency of the updates we're seeing that the TV networks are getting their ducks in a row in anticipation up the big event. Earlier today, we shared the panel line-up for Cartoon Network, which includes Adventure Time and Star Wars: Clone Wars. And now we have a look at what Adult Swim has to offer Comic Con goers this year.
Those crazy Robot Chicken guys are at it again. First they took on Star Wars, and now they will take on DC Comics’ superheroes for a new special to air on the Adult Swim block on Cartoon Network. How will Superman, Batman, and their friends handle the invasion of Robot Chicken? Will the Super Friends every be the same?
It seems that one Robot Chicken creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich just can’t get enough stop-motion tomfoolery. After five seasons of using toys to spoof everything from Star Wars to My Little Pony on Comedy Central’s Robot Chicken, Green and Senreich are adding another show to their docket. Now the duo are teaming up for a new YouTube series called Stoopid Monkey.
Yesterday, we posted some photos and details about Adult Swim's upcoming Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III. Today we have some videos to share with you!
Later this month Adult Swim will premiere the third installment of the Robot Chicken: Star Wars Trilogy. Star Wars fans and those who love Robot Chicken won’t want to miss this hour-long special.
During last Sunday’s episode of Family Guy, in which Stewie and Brian visited multiple universes, the baby and dog found themselves briefly visiting a Robot Chicken universe. Stewie made a remark to Chris (voiced by Seth Green), asking him, “How’s it feel to be on a major network for thirty seconds?” Looks like the joke's on you, Stewie!
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