Dude, What Would Happen

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Dude, What Would Happen
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Genre Reality television
Created by Charles Dalaklis
Written by Charles Dalaklis
Directed by Charles Dalaklis
Starring C.J. Manigo
Jackson Rogow
Ali Sepasyar
Theme music composer Charles Dalakis
Composer(s) Charles Dalaklis
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 37 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Charles Dalaklis
Producer(s) Cameron Dieterich
Mark D'Anna (story producer)
Cinematography Charles Dalaklis
Editor(s) Jason Lee (actor)
Camera setup Charles Dalaklis
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Dalaklis Media Enterprises
Distributor Charles Dalaklis
Original network Cartoon Network
Picture format 720p: HDTV
Original release August 19, 2009 (2009-08-19) – September 21, 2011 (2011-09-21)

Dude, What Would Happen is an American live-action reality series that aired on Cartoon Network originally as part of its CN Real block which aired a line of live-action reality shows promoted in the summer season of 2009. The show premiered on August 19, 2009, preceded by another CN Real series Bobb'e Says. The show was hosted by three male teenagers (C.J. Manigo, Jackson Rogow, and Ali Sepasyar) who wondered what would happen if some wild event, scheme or experiment were to occur. The three teens attempt to create the event themselves and consult experts ("The Lab Dudes") when needed.

The series went on to have four seasons aired throughout a span of two years, in which the series eventually ended on September 2011, as the series was not announced for a renewal by Cartoon Network.

Dude, What Would Happen was one of only two CN Real shows (the other being Destroy Build Destroy) to have been renewed for additional seasons, as the other CN Real shows had already been cancelled earlier most likely due to low ratings.


In the "Dudes Make It Happen" weekend special, it was revealed that new episodes were coming. These episodes ranked #1 in their timeslot among boys 6-11 on all television.[1]

The show was listed as returning for Cartoon Network's 2010–2011 season.[2] The next season began airing on October 6, 2010.[3]

In February 2011, Vincent Cariati renewed his contract to serve an additional four seasons as the series' showrunner, co-creator and co-executive producer. The show had four seasons aired, but was not announced as a returning series, automatically cancelling the series altogether.


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