Here's the couch gag for this Sunday's upcoming Simpsons season finale, in which Adult Swim's Rick and Morty accidentally kill Springfield's favorite family and need to figure out how to right their wrong. It's a perfect cross-over between the two shows, bringing the Simpsons into the insane sci-fi world of Rick and Morty without overstaying its welcome by stretching out for a full episode.
Get ready for the end of an era on Adult Swim. In a press release today, the network revealed that the upcoming season of Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro's Aqua Teen Hunger Force, now titled Aqua Teen Force Forever, will debut on Sunday, June 21st at midnight, and it will also mark the thirteenth and final season of the animated series. Here's what you can expect from the season:
In this latest installment of the fantastic adventures of Meatwad, Master Shake, Frylock and Carl, a court ruling has made divorce illegal in America. Heavily-armed, unhappy couples across the continent are tearing each other apart, and it's up to Aqua [...]
‘Genie in a Bottle’ is a recurring feature where each week a different bottle episode (an episode set entirely in one location, often designed to save money) from a comedy series is examined
“The power’s out, Debbie.” “I know!”
Adam Reed is a very talented comedy writer. He’s currently doing standout work on Archer, but before that, he was slowly refining his voice and building a style on cruder programs, like his first effort, Sealab 2021.The series was basically a re-appropriation of the outlandish series from the ‘70s with a crew stationed underwater.
The episode features the simplest of plots: the power has gone out and the fusebox must be [...]
At long last, Rob Corddry's Childrens Hospital returns for a sixth season on Friday, March 20th at midnight. Adult Swim released the first trailer today, which features a ton of guest stars like Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Tony Hale, David Wain, and Nick Offerman as a mustachioed detective.
The ongoing creative dispute between David Cross/H. Jon Benjamin and Adult Swim exec Mike Lazzo just got more intense. After a series of messages between Cross and Lazzo — catch up with part 1, part 2, and part 3 of the dispute — Benjamin sent us an email this morning with a retort of his own, and he even attached an 11-page budget document to refute Lazzo's claim that he and Cross were "just too expensive" to earn a series order for their Paid Programming pilot, called "Icelandic Ultra-Blue," in 2009. Read Benjamin's full message to Lazzo below, lightly edited for clarity: