An animated series that has become a cult hit since it premiered in 2010 will be wrapping in 2018. Deadline.com reports that Cartoon Network has the endgame in place for the Peabody- and Emmy-winning series “Adventure Time.”
“‘Adventure Time’ content will continue to debut on Cartoon Network over the next two years, including specials, miniseries and the ninth and final season,” Deadline reports.
The show is executive produced by Adam Muto and produced by Cartoon Network Studios.
“The Pendleton Ward-created series centers on the post-apocalyptic adventures of Finn the Human (Jeremy Shada) and Jake the Dog (John DiMaggio), best friends who have increasingly surreal adventures in the magical Land of Ooo,” Deadline notes. “Long acclaimed for its groundbreaking visual style and mixture of darkness and whimsy, the show has won six Emmys and two BAFTAs. It has also long attracted numerous celebrity guests including Andy Samberg, Matthew Broderick, Laura Silverman, George Takei, Rainn Wilson and Neil Patrick Harris.”
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