DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know Adventure Time started as a pitch to Nickelodeon? Creator Pendleton Ward came up with the idea when he was a student at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). That was the time Nickelodeon came to CalArts and asked all the students to pitch one-minute shorts to them. Unfortunately, Nickelodeon rejected it twice. But everything happens for a reason because Cartoon Network bought the show. The series follows the adventures of a boy named Finn and Jake, a dog which can morph into all sorts of shapes and sizes. So you might have heard that some episodes of the show are weird. But they are always either in an adorable or hilarious way. There are even some episodes out of all the Adventure Time seasons with straight-up guts and organs. It also has mature themes unfolding in a bunch of episodes. Sometimes it's very funny, sometimes it's serious, and sometimes it's very sad. This has made Adventure Time become a quirky cult animated cartoon series to a pop culture show. And due to its popularity, Ward quit during the production of the show's fifth season. Of course, he didn't quit the show. Instead, he returned to doing what he loved most, which was drawing storyboards and writing episodes.
Although Adventure Time might have concluded after nine seasons in 2018. There are rumors that an Adventure time movie is in the works. But, the show's executive producer Adam Multo said that nothing is official yet. Let's cross our fingers that sooner or later there will be a movie. For now, you can watch Bravest Warriors, Clarence, and Steven Universe series online created by the show's alumni while waiting for the movie.
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