The daily surreal adventures of a blue jay and raccoon duo that attempt to deal with their mundane jobs as groundskeepers at the local park.
Regular Show fans, say it with us: OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!! On July 16, 2013, your patience will finally pay off as Cartoon Network releases the much-anticipated Regular Show: The Complete First and Second Seasons on DVD and on Blu-ray. Jam-packed with all 40 11-minute episodes from the series' first and second seasons - yes, that's 440 minutes of your favorite, hilarious episodes! - the release marks the first time the Emmy Award-winning animated series created by J.G. Quintel (The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, Camp Lazlo) and produced by Cartoon Network Studios will be available as a full season set and the show's first Blu-ray release. If that's not enough of a draw, both the DVD and Blu-ray will also include more than two hours of bonus features, highlighted by: audio commentary for every single episode from Quintel and the show's storyboard artists; the unaired pilot episode from the series and an animatic for it; a video of Quintel pitching the series' first episode, "The Power complete with animatic; an interview with Quintel about the series; and his student short, "The Naïve Man from Lolliland," plus so much more. The three-disc DVD release will come with a suggested retail price of $36.94, while the two-disc Blu-ray release will be $39.98.
Regular Show is a breakout television series featured in the Monday night comedy block on Cartoon Network, which also includes Adventure Time. The series stars two best friends and slacker park groundskeepers, Mordecai and Rigby, who also happen to be a blue jay and a raccoon. Their attempts to escape their everyday boredom take them to fantastical extremes, much to the chagrin of their boss Benson (an anthropomorphic gumball machine). Other characters in the show include Pops (a lollipop), Skips (a yeti), Muscle Man (a muscle man) and many others.Read More
The Cartoon Network series Regular Show has been a hit with viewers ever since it debuted back in 2010. These animated adventures follow a blue jay named Mordecai (J.G. Quintel) and the raccoon Rigby (William Salyers), who have mundane jobs as groundskeepers at a local park.
For fans who need a regular dose of Regular Show, the network has released the Regular Show: Party Pack on DVD as a follow-up to the Regular Show - The Best DVD in the World *At this Moment in Time and Regular Show: The Slack Pack. This latest disc contains 16 episodes from all three seasons that have some sort of party theme that Mordecai and Rigby come across.Read More
Cartoon Network has brought its animated series Regular Show to Comic-Con to promote the upcoming third season, which has not been given a release date yet. Series creator J.G. Quintel and voice actors Sam Marin, Janie Hadad and creative director Mike Roth were in San Diego to discuss the future of this series. Click on the video players below for our exclusive video interviews with the cast and crew of Regular Show.Read More
Sunday is family day at Comic-Con, and this year for the first time, Warner Bros. Entertainment will partner with Time Warner sister company Cartoon Network on a daylong "booth takeover" initiative. On Sunday, July 24, at Comic-Con International: San Diego, the Warner Bros. booth - with its distinctive 30-foot tall replica of the iconic Warner Bros. water tower - will transform overnight into the Cartoon Network booth to create a fun, family friendly environment designed just for kids.
Live demonstrations by cartoonists and other artists, including iconic "MAD" illustrator Sergio Aragonés.Read More
Cartoon Network is ordering new seasons of the much-loved and hugely successful Monday night animated comedy series Adventure Time, Regular Show and MAD; it was announced today by Cartoon Network chief content officer Rob Sorcher.
The Emmy nominated Adventure Time (8:00 p.m. ET/PT) continues to build in popularity among kids. In its first two seasons the series ranked #1 in its timeslots on all of television - broadcast and cable - among kids and boys 2-11, 6-11, and 9-14. Adventure Time has also generated substantial growth versus same time period last year with K2-11 (+74%), K6-11 (+78%), K9-14 (+75%), B2-11 (+82%), B6-11 (+88%), and B9-14 (+85%) according to Nielsen Media Research. Adventure Time introduced viewers to unlikely heroes Finn and Jake, buddies who traverse the mystical Land of Ooo and encounter its colorful inhabitants including the Ice King, Princess Bubblegum and fan favorites Marceline the Vampire Queen and Lumpy Space Princess. Created by Pendleton Ward and executive produced by Fred Siebert, Adventure Time is currently in its second season and is now greenlit for a third.Read More