Cartoon Network Studios

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Cartoon Network Studios
Type Subsidiary
Industry Animation, and Live action (2006–2013)
Founded October 21, 1994
Headquarters Burbank, California
Key people Brian A. Miller (Senior Vice President and General Manager)
Products Television program
Owners Hanna-Barbera (1994–2001)
Turner Broadcasting System (2001–present)
Parent Turner Broadcasting System (1994–1996)
Time Warner (1996–2001, 2003–present)
AOL Time Warner (2001–2003)

Cartoon Network Studios is an American animation studio. A subsidiary of the Turner Broadcasting System and formerly of Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc. (arms of the Time Warner media conglomerate), Cartoon Network Studios focuses on producing and developing animated programs for Cartoon Network and Boomerang.

History[edit]

The studio began on October 21, 1994 at 7:00am as a division of Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc., which was then focused on producing original programming for Cartoon Network: Dexter's Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, Cow and Chicken, I Am Weasel, and The Powerpuff Girls. In 1997, the division's productions credited them as their parent studio Hanna-Barbera. In 1999, Cartoon Network Studios acquired its own facility located at 300 N 3rd St in Burbank, California.[1] The site was the location of a telephone communications equipment building. After William Hanna died, the Hanna-Barbera name was dropped as a production entity and the Hanna-Barbera studio was folded into Warner Bros. Animation by its chief Jean MacCurdy.[2] Cartoon Network Studios was then revived as a separate entity from Hanna-Barbera, growing out of the animation studio.[2] Cartoon Network Studios has continued to steadily grow with productions such as The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Samurai Jack and newer productions such as Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Uncle Grandpa. Some of Cartoon Network Studios' former programming now rerun on Cartoon Network's sister channel, Boomerang.

Logo evolution[edit]

  • The first logo, dated since 1996–1997, had the word "Studios" in 2 versions: the first is outside blocks (for the CN Studios' shorts in What a Cartoon!), and the second is inside the blocks (instead for the Season 1 of Dexter's Laboratory).
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  • The second logo was with the appearance of the factory on red background, and the word "Studios" was on right side of the blocks. It was short-lived and used only in three 2001's short pilots: Kids Next Door: No P in the OOL, IMP, Inc., and My Freaky Family.
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  • The third logo was the longest (2001–2010), and had a long rectangle of the word "Studios" inside with two his variants: in the first several original characters appeared in the blocks, while in the second the logo appeared with a green laser. Adventure Time is the last series to use this logo.
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  • The fourth logo had three blocks in the slanting form, and a block in its form of original characters inside. Used from 2010 to 2014, Adventure Time and Regular Show used the fifth logo due to rebranding.
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Filmography[edit]

Former/current series[edit]

Show Year(s) Creator(s) Co-production(s) Notes
What a Cartoon! 1995–1997 (Main show only)
1995–2002 (Main + CC shorts)
1995–2008 (Main + CC shorts + CC segments)[3][4]
Fred Seibert Hanna-Barbera (1995–2000)
Fred/Alan (1995–1997)
Frederator Incorporated (1998–2002)
Also known as World Premiere Toons, The What-A-Cartoon! Show, and The Cartoon Cartoon Show.
Dexter's Laboratory 1996–2003 Genndy Tartakovsky Hanna-Barbera (from 1997 to 1998) Spin-off of the What a Cartoon! shorts: Dexter's Laboratory (renamed Changes), The Big Sister, Old Man Dexter, and Dumb Like Dee Dee (renamed Dimwit Dexter).
Johnny Bravo 1997–2004 Van Partible Hanna-Barbera (from 1997 to 2002) Spin-off of the What a Cartoon! shorts: Johnny Bravo, Jungle Boy in "Mr. Monkeyman", and Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women.
The Powerpuff Girls 1998–2005 Craig McCracken Hanna-Barbera (from 1998 to 2002) Spin-off of the What a Cartoon! shorts, Meat Fuzzy Lumpkins and Crime 101.
Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law 2000–2007 Michael Ouweleen and Erik Richter Williams Street
Allied Arts & Science[5]
Turner Studios
First Cartoon Network Studios series exclusively made for and aired on Adult Swim.
Time Squad 2001–2003 Dave Wasson
Samurai Jack 2001–2004 Genndy Tartakovsky
Grim & Evil 2001–2002 Maxwell Atoms Consists in the union of the shows, The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Evil Con Carne.
Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones? 2002–2003 Greg Miller
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy 2003–2008 Maxwell Atoms Originated from Grim & Evil.
Evil Con Carne 2003–2004 Maxwell Atoms Originated from Grim & Evil.
Star Wars: Clone Wars 2003–2005 Genndy Tartakovsky (on request by George Lucas) Lucasfilm, Ltd.[6] First Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network original series based on a motion picture franchise: Star Wars.
Megas XLR 2004–2005 Jody Schaeffer and George Krstic Titmouse, Inc. (only for the opening, and for additional animation on S01) Originally meant to air in 2003, named LowBrow, but aired in 2004 as Megas XLR.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends 2004–2009 Craig McCracken
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi 2004–2006 Sam Register Renegade Animation
Freegate, Ltd. (live-action segments only)
First Cartoon Network Studios series produced in a foreign country (Japan). Based on the pop/rock duo Puffy AmiYumi, known as the composers of the theme song for Teen Titans.
The Life and Times of Juniper Lee 2005–2007 Judd Winick
Camp Lazlo 2005–2008 Joe Murray
My Gym Partner's a Monkey 2005–2008 Julie McNally-Cahill and Timothy Cahill
Ben 10 2005–2008 Man of Action Renegade Animation (main title only) First iteration of the Ben 10 series.
Squirrel Boy 2006–2007 Everett Peck
Class of 3000 2006–2008 André Benjamin and Thomas W. Lynch Moxie Turtle[7]
Tom Lynch Company[8]
First Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network original series to be created by a singer. The creator is André Benjamin, a.k.a. André 3000 from Outkast.
Out of Jimmy's Head 2007–2008 Tim McKeon and Adam Pava Brookwell McNamara Entertainment[9]
Primal Screen (main title only)
First live-action/animated series from Cartoon Network Studios.
Chowder 2007–2010 C.H. Greenblatt Screen Novelties (stop-motion sequences only)
Transformers: Animated 2007–2009 Hasbro (original franchise) MOOK DLE
The Answer Studio[10]
Hasbro
Studio 4°C[11]
First Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network original series based on a Hasbro toyline: Transformers.
Ben 10: Alien Force 2008–2010 Man of Action Funny Garbage (main title only) Second iteration of the Ben 10 series.
Wedgies 2008–2009 (1st run)
2009–2010 (2nd run)
Cartoon Network Studios A show project containing 5 short series (B.A.E.: The Bremen Avenue Experience, Big Baby, Calling Cat-22!, Nacho Bear, and The Talented Mr. Bixby), aired before or after a show. It launched the TV series The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack.
The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack 2008–2010 Thurop Van Orman Screen Novelties (stop-motion sequences only)
Adventure Time 2010–present Pendleton Ward Frederator Studios[12] Spin-off of Adventure Time, a short that was aired as part of Nicktoons' Random! Cartoons.
Ben 10: Ultimate Alien 2010–2012 Man of Action Wut It Is (main title only) Third iteration of the Ben 10 series.
Generator Rex 2010–2013 Man of Action
The Cartoonstitute 2010 Rob Sorcher Originally intended to be aired on Cartoon Network. Aired on Cartoon Network Video only.
Regular Show 2010–present J. G. Quintel Spin-off of The Cartoonstitute short of the same name.
Tower Prep 2010 Paul Dini Dolphin Entertainment[13] First live-action series produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Sym-Bionic Titan 2010–2011 Genndy Tartakovsky, Bryan Andrews, and Paul Rudish Orphanage Animation Studios[14]
Robotomy 2010–2011 Michael Buckley and Joe Deasy World Leaders Entertainment[15] First Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network original shortest series. Originally composed of 12 episodes, the show was canceled because of its high costs of production stopping at 10th episode.
The Problem Solverz 2011–2013 Ben Jones Mirari Films[16] The creator, Ben Jones, is a member of the art collective Paper Rad. Originally intended to be an Adult Swim show named Neon Knome.
Secret Mountain Fort Awesome 2011–2012 Pete Browngardt Spun off into Uncle Grandpa, premiered in 2013.
Level Up 2012–2013 Derek Guiley and David Schneiderman D and D Productions[17]
Lords Productions[18]
Alive & Kicking Productions[19]
Second live-action series produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Black Dynamite 2012–present Michael Jai White, Byron Minns, and Scott Sanders Williams Street
Ars Nova Entertainment
N-BOMB SQUAD
From his Season 2, is the second Cartoon Network Studios series exclusively made for and aired on Adult Swim.
Ben 10: Omniverse 2012–2014 Man of Action Fourth and latest iteration of the Ben 10 series.
Incredible Crew 2012–2013 Nick Cannon N'Credible Entertainment Third and latest live-action series produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Uncle Grandpa 2013–present Pete Browngardt Spin-off of Secret Mountain Fort Awesome, which was in turn a retooling of the original "Uncle Grandpa" short for The Cartoonstitute.
Steven Universe 2013–present Rebecca Sugar
Clarence 2014–present Skyler Page
Over the Garden Wall 2014 Patrick McHale Second Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network original shortest series. Unlike Robotomy, it is the first miniseries and lasts 10 episodes for 5 consecutive nights.

Former/current shorts[edit]

Show Year Creator(s) Co-production Notes
Periwinkle Around the World 2005 Aaron Springer Aired as a part of Cartoon Network's Sunday Pants anthology series.
Hot Dog TV 2010 The Jim Henson Company The Jim Henson Company
La'Antz and Derek 2010–2011 Joanna Davidovich Turner Studios
Teddy Blue Eyes 2010 Billy Cone Turner Studios
Rad Roach: Made in America 2010–2011 Troy Gross
The Swashbuckling Perils of the Adventures of the Men & Jeremy 2010 Kevin Fitzgerald
Mixels 2014–present John Fang and David P. Smith The Lego Group First Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network original series based on a Lego toyline: "Mixels".

Upcoming/in development series[edit]

Show Debut year Creator Notes
Untitled Boomerang animation showcase 2015 Fred Seibert First Cartoon Network Studios series set to air only on Boomerang.[20] Two of its shorts, "Mike" and "The Fancy", are being considered for selection to become upcoming animated series on Cartoon Network and Disney Channel as Phibian Mike and The Fancy, respectively.
We Bare Bears 2015 Daniel Chong Animated series pitched to Cartoon Network's comedy block based on the webcomic The Three Bare Bears.[21]
The Powerpuff Girls 2016 Craig McCracken Upcoming reboot of Cartoon Network's animated series.[22]
Phibian Mike TBA Doug TenNapel Animated series pitched to Cartoon Network's comedy block.[23][24] Spin-off of "Mike", an upcoming short that will be aired as part of the upcoming Boomerang animation showcase.

Pilot shorts/pilot films greenlit to series[edit]

Show Year Creator(s) Co-production(s) Notes
Kids Next Door: No P in the OOL 2001 Mr. Warburton Curious Pictures Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The 2nd Big Pick Show marathon, later won the competition. Pilot for Codename: Kids Next Door.
Evil Con Carne 2001 Maxwell Atoms Aired as part of the series premiere of Grim & Evil. Pilot for Evil Con Carne.
LowBrow 2002 Jody Schaeffer and George Krstic Aired as part of Cartoon Network's Weekend Summerfest marathon. Pilot for Megas XLR.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: House of Bloo's 2004 Craig McCracken Pilot for Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
Class of 3000: Home 2006 André Benjamin and Thomas W. Lynch Moxie Turtle
Tom Lynch Company
Pilot for Class of 3000.
Re-Animated 2006 Tim McKeon and Adam Pava Appleday Pictures
Renegade Animation
Turner Studios
First Cartoon Network live-action/animated film. Pilot for Out of Jimmy's Head.
The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack 2007 Thurop Van Orman Aired online in mini sequence as part of the interview with its creator.[citation needed] Pilot for the show of the same name.
Uncle Grandpa 2008 Pete Browngardt Aired as part of The Cartoonstitute. The pilot was used as the basis for the series Secret Mountain Fort Awesome, and then greenlit as its own series, which is started in 2013.
Mike 2009 Doug TenNapel Set to be aired as part the untitled animation showcase on Boomerang. Greenlit as Phibian Mike, a Cartoon Network show.
Regular Show 2009 J. G. Quintel Aired as part of The Cartoonstitute. Pilot for the Regular Show.
Level Up 2011 Derek Guiley and David Schneiderman D and D Productions[17]
Alive & Kicking Productions[19]
Turner Studios
Live-action film. Pilot for the show of the same name.
Steven Universe 2012 Rebecca Sugar The first of the seven pilots of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project to be greenlit as a full series. Pilot for Steven Universe.
Clarence 2013 Skyler Page The second of the seven pilots of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project to be greenlit as a full series. Pilot for the show of the same name.
Tome of the Unknown 2013 Patrick McHale The third and final pilot among the nine of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project[25] to be greenlit as a full series. Unlike the other pilots, that were shown online, this was selected for screening in various film festivals (such as the OIAF).[26] Greenlit as Over the Garden Wall.

Pilot shorts/pilot films not greenlit to series[edit]

Show Year Creator(s) Co-production(s) Notes
IMP, Inc. 2001 Charlie Bean and Chris Reccardi Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The 2nd Big Pick Show marathon.
My Freaky Family 2001 John McIntyre Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The 2nd Big Pick Show marathon. Lost 3rd Place.
Ferret and Parrot 2001 Scott Morse Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The 2nd Big Pick Show marathon.
A Kitty Bobo Show 2001 Kevin Kaliher and Meg Dunn Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The 2nd Big Pick Show marathon. Lost 2nd Place.
Bagboy! 2002 John Mathot and Ken Segall Aired as part of Cartoon Network's Weekend Summerfest marathon.
Commander Cork: Space Ranger 2002 Mike Bell Aired as part of Cartoon Network's Weekend Summerfest marathon.
Jeffrey Cat 2002 Mark O'Hare Aired as part of Cartoon Network's Weekend Summerfest marathon.
Welcome to Eltingville 2002 Evan Dorkin First Cartoon Network Studios pilot exclusively made for and aired on Adult Swim.
The Groovenians 2002 Kenny Scharf S4 Studios Only Cartoon Network Studios CGI short pilot.
Party Wagon 2004 Craig Bartlett Snee-Oosh, Inc. This film was intended to yield an animated series, but the series was cancelled.
Korgoth of Barbaria 2006 Aaron Springer Williams Street Second and final Cartoon Network Studios pilot exclusively made for and aired on Adult Swim.
Welcome to Wackamo 2006 John McIntyre
Zoot Rumpus 2006 Kaz
Diggs Tailwagger: Galactic Rover 2007 Derek Drymon Pilot originally greenlited by Nickelodeon.[27]
Enter Mode 5 2007 Gabe Swarr
Locker 514[28] 2007 Jeffrey Nodelman and Eric Trueheart First live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Siblings[29] 2007 Thomas W. Lynch Tom Lynch Company Second live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Stan the Man[30][31] 2007 Matt Dearborn Third live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
What's Wrong with Ruth? 2007 William Reiss
Mask of Santo[32] 2008 Carlo Olivares Paganoni Six Point Harness Based on the real-life Mexican wrestler icon Santo, El Enmascarado de Plata, it was originally to be a series broadcast on the network.[33][34]
Underfist: Halloween Bash 2008 Maxwell Atoms This film was intended to yield a spin-off to The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, but the series was also cancelled.
KROG[35] 2010 Mark Rivers Fourth live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Harlem Man[36] 2011 Robert Brewster Fifth live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Aliens in the House[37] 2013 Danny Kallis Sixth live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Attention Students[38] 2013 Garrett Frawley and Brian Turner Seventh and final live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Lakewood Plaza Turbo 2013 Ian Jones-Quartey Aired as part of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project.
Mars Safari! 2013 Ghostshrimp Aired as part of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project.[39]
My Science Fiction Project 2013 Audie Harrison Aired as part of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project.
Paranormal Roommates 2013 Benton Connor Aired as part of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project.
AJ's Infinite Summer 2014 Toby Jones Shown as an artwork at the Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project.[25][40]
Long Live the Royals 2014 Sean Szeles Also shown as an artwork at the Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project.
Back to Backspace 2014 Dominic Bisignano and Amalia Levari
Pillywags Mansion 2014 Sam Marin Retrofit Films
Swazzle Inc.
Chiodo Bros. Productions Inc.
Only Cartoon Network Studios puppet show pilot.

Independent shorts[edit]

Title Created by Year Notes
The Great Pinkerton John McIntyre 2004
Flower Pals John McIntyre 2005
Mr. Pike Lillian Hughes 2012 First short winner of Young Writers Program, a special school project created in 2010 by the former Studios' executive Zita Lefebvre, in partnership with Burbank's R.L. Stevenson Elementary School. Its creator, Lillian Hughes, was a 5th grader student of the same school.[41]
You Are Special Sherryn Sim 2013 Second and final short winner of Young Writers Program, a special school project created in 2010 by the former Studios' executive Zita Lefebvre, in partnership with Burbank's R.L. Stevenson Elementary School. Used for the Cartoon Network's campaign "Stop Bullying: Speak Up", the creator Sherryn Sim was an 8th grader student of Jordan Middle School.[42]
Revelation Boys & Girls Club of Burbank 2014 Short created by nine middle & high school kids members of the club for Cartoon Network's campaign "Stop Bullying: Speak Up".[43]

Original movies/TV specials[edit]

Show Year(s) Co-production(s) Notes
The Flintstones: On the Rocks 2001 Hanna-Barbera
Screen Novelties (stop-motion sequences only)
Last film of The Flintstones to be made and produced with "Hanna-Barbera", prior to their closure occurred in the same year.
A Johnny Bravo Christmas 2001 Christmas special based on Johnny Bravo.
Samurai Jack: The Premiere Movie 2002 Samurai Jack stand-alone film of the first three episodes of the show.
It's Valentine's Day, Johnny Bravo! 2003 TV special based on Johnny Bravo.
The Powerpuff Girls: Twas the Fight Before Christmas 2003 Only TV movie based on The Powerpuff Girls.
Billy and Mandy's Jacked Up Halloween 2003 Halloween special based on The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: A Lost Claus 2005 Christmas special based on Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
Billy and Mandy Save Christmas 2005 Christmas special based on The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.
June's Egg-cellent Adventure: Juniper Lee Meets the Easter Bunny 2006 TV special based on The Life and Times of Juniper Lee.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Good Wilt Hunting 2006 Only TV movie based on Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
My Gym Partner's a Monkey: The Big Field Trip 2007 Only TV movie based on My Gym Partner's a Monkey.
Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo? 2007 TV special based on Camp Lazlo.
Billy & Mandy's Big Boogey Adventure 2007 First TV movie based on The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.
Billy & Mandy: Wrath of the Spider Queen 2007 Second and final TV movie based on The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.
Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix 2007 Only TV movie based on Ben 10.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Nightmare on Wilson Way 2007 Halloween special based on Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
The Grim Adventures of the KND 2007 Curious Pictures
a.k.a. Cartoon (Ed, Edd n' Eddy '​s cameo only)
First Cartoon Network crossover special, featuring characters and elements from both The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, and Codename: Kids Next Door.
Ben 10: Race Against Time 2007 Trouper Productions First live-action film produced by Cartoon Network Studios. Based on Ben 10.
Transformers Animated Movie: Transform and Roll Out 2007 MOOK DLE
The Answer Studio
Hasbro
Studio 4°C
Stand-alone film of the first three episodes of Transformers: Animated.
Camp Lazlo: Kamp Kringle 2007 Christmas special based on Camp Lazlo.
The Class of 3000 Christmas Special 2007 Moxie Turtle
Tom Lynch Company
Christmas special based on Class of 3000.
My Gym Partner's a Monkey: Animal School Musical 2008 TV special based on My Gym Partner's a Monkey.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends - Destination: Imagination 2008 TV special based on Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. The only episode of the series to be rated TV-PG.
The Powerpuff Girls Rule!!! 2009 10th Anniversary series finale special to The Powerpuff Girls.
Ben 10: Alien Swarm 2009 Trouper Productions Second live-action film produced by Cartoon Network Studios. Based on Ben 10: Alien Force.
Low Tidings 2009 Screen Novelties (stop-motion sequences only) Christmas special based on The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack. Also known as A Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack Very Special: Low Tides Day Special.
Chowder: Hey, Hey It's Knishmas! 2009 Screen Novelties (stop-motion sequences only) Christmas special based on Chowder.
Firebreather 2010 Pistor Productions
SAMG Animation Studio
First Cartoon Network Studios CGI original film. Based on the comic book of the same name, published by Image Comics.
Regular Show: Terror Tales of the Park Part 1: 2011
Part 2: 2012
Part 3: 2013
Part 4: 2014
Halloween special based on Regular Show.
Ben 10/Generator Rex: Heroes United 2011 Second Cartoon Network crossover special, featuring characters and elements from both Ben 10, respectively Ben 10: Ultimate Alien and Generator Rex.
Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood 2011 Inspidea Animation Malaysia
Cartoon Network Asia
Finale special to Johnny Bravo.
Adventure Time: Holly Jolly Secrets 2011 Frederator Studios Christmas special based on Adventure Time.
Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens 2012 Monkey Punch Studio LLC
Tiny Island Productions
Cartoon Network Asia
First Cartoon Network CGI film based on one of its own original series: Ben 10.
Regular Show: Exit 9B 2012 First TV special based on Regular Show.
Regular Show: The Christmas Special 2012 Christmas special based on Regular Show.
T.G.I.S. 2013 Third Cartoon Network crossover special, featuring characters and elements from both Ben 10, respectively Ben 10: Omniverse and The Secret Saturdays.
Regular Show: The Thanksgiving Special 2013 Thanksgiving special based on Regular Show.
The Powerpuff Girls: Dance Pantsed 2014 Passion Pictures
Je Suis Bien Content[44]
Planktoon Studios[44]
15th Anniversary series finale, and CGI special to The Powerpuff Girls.
Regular Show: Skips' Story 2014 Second TV special based on Regular Show.
Mixels: Mixed Up Special 2014 The Lego Group Stand-alone special of Mixels '​ some episodes.
Regular Show - The Real Thomas: An Intern Special 2014 Third TV special based on Regular Show.
Christmas Special 2014 Based on Uncle Grandpa.

Theatrical films[edit]

Film Year Distribution and Co-productions Notes
The Powerpuff Girls Movie 2002 Warner Bros. Pictures
Rough Draft Studios, Inc.
First theatrical film produced by Cartoon Network. Prequel film to The Powerpuff Girls.
Samurai Jack TBA Warner Bros. Pictures
Frederator Films
Bad Robot Productions
Upcoming theatrical film to be produced by Cartoon Network. Finale film to Samurai Jack.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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