Adult Swim (stylized as ) is an American timeshare cable television network bundled with Cartoon Network, airing from 9:00 pm until 6:00 am PT/ET in the United States. The programs featured on Adult Swim are geared toward older adolescents and young adults.
Broadcast since 2001, much of the network's general content is known for its risqué, unorthodox and often bizarre presentation, while many of the series' features are developed in stark contrast with traditional American television programs. The network was granted its own Nielsen ratings report due to differing target demographics, and broadcasts in countries such as Australia and New Zealand. The block features stylistically varied animated and live-action shows including original programming, syndicated shows and Japanese anime, generally with minimal or no editing for content.
In the United States, Adult Swim has, over the course of its history, frequently cycled through and aired either recent or older features of adult animation, foreign anime, mockumentaries and sketch comedy, among many other programs consisting of pilots and their subsequent, short-lived series' and numerous spinoffs and shows that have sexual themes, frank sex talk, nudity, strong language and hard violence. While the network features trendy comedies and dramas of all types, many of its programs could be considered aesthetically experimental, transgressive, improvised and surreal in nature. Adult Swim has contracted with various studios such as Williams Street, Augenblick Studios and PFFR, all of which are notable for their productions in absurd and shock comedy. As of 2012, Aqua Teen Hunger Force is the longest running original series on the network.
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... unarticulated figures of Murderface and Toki as part of an Adult Swim blind boxed mini figure line.At the 2009 San Diego Comic Con, Shocker Toys released an exclusive ... In early 2010, Adult Swim released a "Dethklok Fountain" for sale on their website for $40,000 ... On August 17, 2012, a two minute animated short aired on Adult Swim featuring Dethklok and Death from Darksiders II, in promotion of the game ...
... to air on The WB before the series was cancelled 9 ... "Pickles' Little Amazons" August 25, 2002 (Adult Swim) 236-004 Pickles gets arrested for neglecting Beth after ... to others 11 ... "Please Be Genital" September 15, 2002 (Adult Swim) 236-007 Bob gets his genitals crushed by a stripper wearing clogs during his best friend's bachelor party ... and Bob stop having sex 12 ... "My Name Is Robbie" October 6, 2002 (Adult Swim) 236-010 Bob gets his jaw injured at his company's theme park and (at the advice of company attorneys) is given a robotic body with the ...
... This is a list of episodes for the animated Adult Swim television series, The Brak Show ... with "Goldfish" on September 2, 2001, on Adult Swim, and ended with three seasons and 28 episodes on December 31, 2003, with "Cardburkey" ... On May 24, 2007, an additional webisode entitled "Space Adventure" was released on Adult Swim Video, no further webisodes have ever been produced ...
... A high definition feed of Adult Swim is available from many cable and all satellite service providers ...
... The series is now one of Adult Swim's most popular shows, and is the only show from the original Adult Swim line-up to still be in production ... in 2008 as part of the fifth season, however, Adult Swim was forced by Turner Legal to pull the episode to avoid further controversy surrounding the incident ...
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