Adventure Time (2010–2018)

Description: prof. Simon Petrikoff is driven insane by an ancient magic crown the magic is the only thing that keeps him and his adopted demon daughter marceline alive after the human world is destroyed. 1000 years later a new world is formed a kingdom of candy run by a harsh ruler Bonnibel bubblegum and monsters and demons roam the lands. Finn and Jake two adventures become great friends with Marceline, Bubblegum and Simon and they uncover secrets about their past as Finn (the last human) searches for that of his own. As the evil Lich resurfaces, Simon’s time displaced fiance Betty goes insane and Finn’s sentient grass arm becomes a conflicted volitle plant clone. Finn, Jake, Simon, Marceline and Bubblegum must do whatever they can to save the world from another apocalypse when Bonnibels evil uncle declares war.
Creator: Pendleton Ward
Stars: John DiMaggio, Jeremy Shada, Tom Kenny



As a running gag, in every episode (except in Adventure Time: Food Chain (2014)), a small snail is in frame, waving at viewers. The snail is usually only on screen for one shot per episode.

All of Lady Rainicorn’s dialogue is written in English in storyboards of the episodes she is in. Her voice actor Niki Yang translates her lines in Korean during voice sessions.

With Jeremy Shada growing older, the creators decided to age Finn a year older every season so Shada could keep voicing the character.

Jeremy Shada was chosen to voice Finn after his older brother Zach, who played the character in the pilot, was unable to reprise his role due to his changing voice.

BMO is Pendleton Ward’s favorite character.

Unlike most animated series, most of the cast get to record their lines together in one room.

During Indy Pop-Con, John DiMaggio confessed that the voice of the Banana Guards comes from his imitation of Pendleton Ward voicing Lumpy Space Princess.

This along with Regular Show (2009) are the first Cartoon Network shows to be renewed past six seasons.

The first series produced by Frederator Studios to not air on Nickelodeon. Pendleton Ward originally pitched it to the network twice after doing the pilot for them which aired on Random Cartoons, but was eventually rejected both times before Ward pitched the show to Cartoon Network and got greenlighted.

After 6 seasons, Warner Bros green lit an Adventure Time film adaptation, making it the first Cartoon Network intellectual property to make it from the small to big screen since The Powerpuff Girls Movie (2002).

Adventure Time: Burning Low (2012) drew over 3.5 million viewers, making it the highest rated episode of the series to date, breaking the record set by the genderbent episode, Adventure Time: Fionna and Cake (2011).

Adventure Time: Everything’s Jake (2014) reunites John DiMaggio, who voiced Bender on Futurama (1999), with two of his Futurama cast mates. Billy West and Tress MacNeille lend their voice talents to the episode as “Jake people.”

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