It appears that [adult swim] is kicking off a media blitz to announce the long-awaited return of it’s animated series based on the comic strip, The Boondocks. That’s right, The Boondocks is coming back and after a four year hiatus. At the top of the year, AS announced that the show would return this April and this is after years of speculation (4 to be exact) as to whether Huey, Riley, and Granddad would ever return. McGruder Read More
[adult swim] kicked off an installation at Comic Con called Fun House and it was an inflatable and live interaction with all of your favorite AS themed TV shows like Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Childrens Hospital, Loiter Squad, Metalocalypse, Robot Chicken, and Squidbillies. Robot Chicken and Dr. Rockso in person? Cccccoocaaaaineee! I’m in! Now they’re taking it on the road. Read More
Last night was the forth and final episode in Adam Scott’s The Greatest Event in Television History TV series. Ya know, that one where he and a bunch of his comedy friends get together and do a shot for shot remake of a classic TV show opening title sequence and [adult swim] airs it? Scott and co have done Simon & Simon, Hart to Hart, Too Close For Comfort, and the final time it’s the opening sequence for the Tom Hanks classic, Bosom Buddies.
This time around Adam Scott recruited the likes of Paul Rudd, Gillian Jacobs, Aidy Bryant, Mo Collins, June Diane Raphael, Billy Joel, and the one and only Tom Hanks.
Eric Andre is taking to the road bringing his hilarious [adult swim] show The Eric Andre Show to a town near you.
To celebrate the tour, fans will have a chance to enter for the chance to win some sweet Eric Andre Show prize packs, including a poncho, Eric Andre mask, and t-shirt. Fans can also enter for the grand prize drawing. One lucky winner will receive an iPad mini loaded with a personalized greeting from Andre himself. You can keep tabs on the tour by following the hashtag #EricAndreTour on www.ericandretour.com, on Tumblr, Twitter, and Facebook.
Enter the contest using the form below, share with your friends, and possibly win yourself the brightest of yellow ponchos possible. Read More
If you’re a fan of [adult swim], then you’ll be excited to hear that the channel’s radically impulsive talk show, The Eric Andre Show, is going on tour this fall. Starting November 7th and ending November 20th, the stand-up comedian will take his show to nine cities across the U.S., including: Seattle, Portland, Eugene, San Francisco, Phoenix, Austin, New Orleans, Atlanta, and Nashville.
Tickets are on sale now, so if you’re an Eric Andre fan or you just like impulsive and boundlessly sidesplitting humor, you’ll definitely want to check this out. While you’re at it, mark your calendar for Season 2 of The Eric Andre Show, which premieres on Adult Swim October 3rd.
Patton Oswalt is making the rounds to promote the new season of his [adult swim] TV show, The Heart She Holler which might be one of the weirdest shows currently on television so we’re good to see it back. While on Conan he stopped by to play a new clip and revealed to Conan O’Brien that he was celebrating his 20 anniversary of coming on the show and that he woulda hit that anniversary on the show a year earlier had he not auditioned for the show at a Latino Night hosted by Carlos Mencia. Read More
Yes, we know, it’s the same date as the return of Breaking Bad, but you can figure out a way to manage. On Sunday, August 11th at midnight
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1 Aqua Teen Something You Know Whatever Aqua Teen Show Show will make its return to the [adult swim] lineup. If this 4th name change angers because of the continuing need to change the season pass option on your TiVo, well that’s a small price to pay for one of the most oddly bizzare and great 15 minutes of TV.
This will mark the 12th season of the flagpole show created by Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro. So tune in at 12 midnight for more Carl, Master Shake, Meatwad, and Frylock antics.
It’s a classic story, a kid has his first day at a new school and a bully comes right up to let him know the rules: You’re on my turf now. In this case, the new kid is FOX’s Animation Domination High-Def (or ADHD) and the bully is [adult swim]. Last Saturday FOX premiered ADHD, thereby stepping into the ring of late night animated short comedies. Most would agree that it was a good move for FOX: they certainly have enough animated series for it. However, Cartoon Network’s [adult swim] did not agree with the idea and certainly let Fox know how they felt.
During the premiere [adult swim] made the sly move by buying local adds without FOX’s knowledge. Read More