Cartoon Hangover

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Cartoon Hangover
Launched February 21, 2012; 5 years ago (2012-02-21)
Network YouTube
Owned by Frederator Studios
Picture format 1080p
Language English
Streaming media
Official website
YouTube channel CartoonHangover
Uncensored YouTube channel HangoverUncensored
Secondary YouTube channel CartoonHangover2
Spanish YouTube channel CartoonHangoverESP

Cartoon Hangover (stylized as CARTOOИ HAИGOVER) is a Frederator Studios' television channel and adult animation division, part of the YouTube Original Channel Initiative, launched in February 2012.[1]

Frederator is producing two animated series exclusively for the Internet: Bravest Warriors, created by Pendleton Ward[2] and Bee and PuppyCat, created by Natasha Allegri. Previously, they produced SuperFuckers, created by James Kochalka.[3] Frederator also produced its fifth cartoon shorts incubator for Cartoon Hangover, dubbed Too Cool! Cartoons, which was planned to feature 39 shorts but ended up releasing only 11 shorts.[4] The sixth Frederator cartoon laboratory, Go! Cartoons, is a joint venture with Sony Pictures Animation and Channel Frederator's Cartoon Hangover, and begins in 2016.[5][6]

Cartoon Hangover, Cartoon Hangover 2, Cartoon Hangover ESP and Cartoon Hangover Uncensored are part of the Channel Frederator Network.[7]

Cartoon Hangover is now available on VRV


Bravest Warriors[edit]

Bravest Warriors is an American animated web series created by Pendleton Ward and directed by Breehn Burns. Fred Seibert, Burns, and Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi serve as the series' executive producers. The series follows four warriors, Chris, Beth, Danny and Wallow as they travel across space, performing various acts of bravery. The series was launched on Cartoon Hangover's YouTube channel on November 8, 2012.[8][9]

The series is based on a pilot episode which originally aired as part of Random! Cartoons on Nicktoons in January 2009. The series has been dubbed in Spanish. Season 2 features several guest writers, including Invader Zim creator Jhonen Vasquez,[10] Dinosaur Comics creator Ryan North,[11] and Nimona creator Noelle Stevenson.[12] In February 2013, Robert Lloyd of the LA Times called Bravest Warriors his "favorite thing on the planet."[13]


SuperFuckers is an American animated web series created by James Kochalka and directed by Fran Krause. Based on the comic of the same name, the series was launched on Cartoon Hangover's YouTube channel on YouTube on November 30, 2012.[14] The series also features an uncensored version.

Hungover With Cade[edit]

Hungover With Cade is a bi-weekly show hosted by YouTuber Cade Hiser that featured updates and sneak peeks about upcoming Cartoon Hangover cartoons, merchandise, and events. The series ended after 34 episodes.

Bee and PuppyCat[edit]

A screenshot from the first episode of Bee and PuppyCat; PuppyCat is falling from the sky, about to land on Bee

Bee and PuppyCat is an American animated web series created and written by Natasha Allegri, and directed by Larry Leichliter. Fred Seibert serves as the series' executive producer, with producers Kevin Kolde and Eric Homan, as well Allegri co-producing the series. The series revolves around Bee (voiced by Allyn Rachel), an unemployed adolescent, when suddenly she encounters a mysterious creature called PuppyCat (voiced by the Vocaloid program Oliver). She adopts this apparent cat-dog hybrid, and together they go on an intergalactic babysitting gig to pay her monthly rent.

Fin Punch[edit]

Fin Punch was an English dub of the 2012 Chilean series Personas Cetaceas which was created by Matias Latorre and animated by Marmota Studio. It is set in a world where humans and sea mammals co-exist. The series ran for eighteen episodes and ended on a cliffhanger. The English dub ran from February 5, 2015 to April 7, 2015 on Cartoon Hangover.

Nite Fite[edit]

Originating as a skit on The Meth Minute 39 in 2007, the series was originally on Channel Frederator and ran for 22 episodes. It is available on the Cartoon Hangover VRV channel.

Too Cool! Cartoons[edit]

Too Cool! Cartoons was a cartoon anthology which featured several cartoon shorts that could act as pilots for series on Cartoon Hangover or other places.[15] The shorts that became a full series were Bee and PuppyCat[16] and Rocket Dog.[17]

  • Our New Electrical Morals: created by Mike Rosenthal, directed by Kenny Pittenger (April 4, 2013)
  • Rocket Dog: created by Mel Roach (May 2, 2013)
  • Ace Discovery: created by Tom Gran and Martin Woolley (May 30, 2013)
  • Bee and PuppyCat: created by Natasha Allegri (July 11, 2013; August 9, 2013)
  • Doctor Lollipop: created by Kelly Martin, directed by Aliki Grafft (September 12, 2013)
  • Dead End: created by Hamish Steele (June 26, 2014)
  • Chainsaw Richard: created by Chris Reineman (July 17, 2014)
  • Manly: created by Jesse Moynihan and Justin Moynihan (July 31, 2014)
  • SpaceBear: created by Andy Helms (August 14, 2014)
  • Blackford Manor: created by Jiwook Kim (August 28, 2014)

Super Science Friends[edit]

Super Science Friends is a Canadian series produced by Tinman Creative. The Super Science Friends are a team of heroes who are scientific historical figures. It was added to Cartoon Hangover on VRV on March 14, 2017.

GO! Cartoons[edit]

GO Cartoons is an upcoming cartoon anthology series which will feature several cartoon shorts that could act as pilots for series on Cartoon Hangover or other places. It was planned to start in Fall 2015 and 2016 but it has been pushed to 2017[18] and Frederator will partner with Sony Pictures Animation for the series.[19]


  1. ^ "Frederator Launches New Cartoon Hangover Channel" Animation Magazine, February 21, 2012
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  3. ^ "Come Work With Us!" June 14, 2012
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  5. ^ 'Sony, Channel Frederator Launch Online Animation Incubator' by David Bloom, November 3, 2014, Deadline Hollywood
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  8. ^ Frederator staff (November 9, 2012). "'Bravest Warriors'". Frederator. Retrieved December 8, 2013. 
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  14. ^ Cartoon Hangover staff. "'SuperF*ckers'". Cartoon Hangover. Frederator. Retrieved December 8, 2013. 
  15. ^ Too Cool! Cartoons @
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