Howdy Evil Geeks! By now you’ve undoubtedly heard the amazing news from the Warner Media Upfronts via the AdultSwim Instagram account … November 2019 marks the return of our beloved Rick and Morty!
But November is still a while away — so to cope with the long period of waiting, here are some of my recommendations for getting your fix of our favorite adventurers through time and space.
Well if it isn’t you guys again…..Welcome back to another edition of your favorite suggestions! I, of course, am your spiritual guide to the afterlife, and to the awesomely amazing. This week, I have something for you all that I think you are going to love, and hopefully just as much as I loved it. Back when Cartoon Network was all about Anime and before they decided to relegate it to the middle of the night block on Saturdays, they had a pretty solid line up of great Anime shows showing either right after school, or after 11 on Saturdays. Needless to say, Arthur was always a creature of the night, and stayed up late to watch if I didn’t get a chance to do so after school. I got into quite a few different things, much like Gundam and DBZ, and although DBZ took the cake for me, another show wound up stealing my affections and caused me to grow an obsession. That show ladies and gentlemen….was Yu Yu Hakusho.
A couple months ago I reported to you that Netflix would soon start streaming Cartoon Network programming which included DC Nation. Over the weekend reports on the internet broke and StreamingSoon.com has confirmed that the following shows debuting on Netflix on March 30th include but are not limited to the following:
An announcement was made this morning that the folks at Turner Broadcasting and Warner Brothers Television have signed a multi-year deal with Netflix to offer a slew of shows from The Cartoon Network on the streaming service! Beginning on March 30th, complete past season of shows such as Adventure Time, Ben 10, Regular Show, and Green Lantern will be made available in the Just for Kids section of Netflix.