History Trivia / AdventureTime

14th Aug '17 10:14:03 PM ApeAccount
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** Many of the show's adult viewers (and some younger ones from the UK) will naturally smile whenever they see [[ComicStrip/BananaMan Banana Man]].
4th Jul '17 5:01:52 PM ElSquibbonator
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* CashCowFranchise: On top of the things listed on the [[Franchise/AdventureTime franchise page]], it also has various toy and clothing merchandises with more still to come.

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* CashCowFranchise: On top of the things listed on the [[Franchise/AdventureTime franchise page]], it also has various toy and clothing merchandises with more still to come. Even though the show itself doesn't air as often as it used to, it's still having merchandise churned out.
28th Jun '17 10:28:51 AM ElSquibbonator
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** It should be noted, though, that actual ending of the series in 2018 is ''not'' an example of this, as this was intended by the show's creator rather than forced by the network.
26th Jun '17 11:59:56 PM BNSF1995
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** The screwing intensified in mid-late 2016. In September, it was announced the series would end after its ninth season in 2018. Then, the Finn & Jake balloon did not show up in the line-up for the 2016 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, meaning it was retired. And finally, the two-part seventh season finale aired in other countries before the United States, received zero promotion in the US, and was suddently rescheduled right before its airing, giving it the series' lowest ratings. This treatment of InvisibleAdvertising contiued for Season 8, and a complete lack of reruns (aside from the "Stakes" miniseries airing on the weekend before Halloween due to being thematically appropriate) makes it very clear that Cartoon Network is working as hard as it can to snuff out what was once its flagship series.

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** The screwing intensified in mid-late 2016. In September, it was announced the series would end after its ninth season in 2018. Then, the Finn & Jake balloon did not show up in the line-up for the 2016 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, meaning it was retired. And finally, the two-part seventh season finale aired in other countries before the United States, received zero promotion in the US, and was suddently rescheduled right before its airing, giving it the series' lowest ratings. This treatment of InvisibleAdvertising contiued for Season 8, and a complete lack of reruns (aside from the "Stakes" miniseries airing on the weekend before Halloween due to being thematically appropriate) appropriate; a regular rerun schedule wasn't re-established until June 2017, when the series began airing in an hour-long block on Mondays at noon) makes it very clear that Cartoon Network is working as hard as it can to snuff out what was once its flagship series.
24th Jun '17 10:32:33 AM nombretomado
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: The show was this back in the day. It was very much adored along with ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' and, to a lesser extent, ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball''. It would eventually be surpassed by the latter of the three as the network's favorite, and would eventually be dethroned completely by ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', to the point that, as of October 2015, zero ''Adventure Time'' re-runs are on the schedule, meaning the only places the series can be watched are video on-demand, on the official Cartoon Network app, on the DVD and Blu-Ray releases, and on YouTube (if the copyright police haven't taken down the episodes yet). Fortunately, re-runs finally returned on October 25, 2015 in the lead-up to the seventh season. It used to air on Saturday evenings as part of a block called ''Regular Time Adventure Show'' (which features new episodes and reruns of ''Adventure Time'' and ''RegularShow'') on March 5, 2016, but now, as of May 5, 2016, has moved back to Thursdays.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: The show was this back in the day. It was very much adored along with ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' and, to a lesser extent, ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball''. It would eventually be surpassed by the latter of the three as the network's favorite, and would eventually be dethroned completely by ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', to the point that, as of October 2015, zero ''Adventure Time'' re-runs are on the schedule, meaning the only places the series can be watched are video on-demand, on the official Cartoon Network app, on the DVD and Blu-Ray releases, and on YouTube Website/YouTube (if the copyright police haven't taken down the episodes yet). Fortunately, re-runs finally returned on October 25, 2015 in the lead-up to the seventh season. It used to air on Saturday evenings as part of a block called ''Regular Time Adventure Show'' (which features new episodes and reruns of ''Adventure Time'' and ''RegularShow'') on March 5, 2016, but now, as of May 5, 2016, has moved back to Thursdays.
11th Jun '17 6:17:55 AM Piterpicher
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*** As VideoGamesAwesome pointed out, Canada had only just started airing the first season, so there was no reason to release the game. The crew recieved episodes and the game through outside means.

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*** As VideoGamesAwesome ''WebVideo/VideoGamesAwesome'' pointed out, Canada had only just started airing the first season, so there was no reason to release the game. The crew recieved episodes and the game through outside means.
27th May '17 11:54:14 AM polarbearjosh94
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* TheOtherDarrin:
** Tiffany was voiced by Vincenzo Rauzo in his first appearance in "My Two Favorite People". He has been voiced by Collin Dean since the episode "One Last Job".
** Neil Patrick Harris voiced Lord Gumball in all the the Fiona and Cake episodes he speaks in until "Five Short Tables" when he was replaced by Keith Ferguson due to scheduling conflicts.
** Lena Dunham voiced Betty from her self-titled episode up until "Elements Part 2: Bespoken For" where she was voiced by Felicia Day.


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** Tiffany was voiced by Vincenzo Rauzo in his first appearance in "My Two Favorite People". He has been voiced by Collin Dean in the character's subsequent appearences.
27th May '17 11:41:34 AM polarbearjosh94
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* TheOtherDarrin:
** Tiffany was voiced by Vincenzo Rauzo in his first appearance in "My Two Favorite People". He has been voiced by Collin Dean since the episode "One Last Job".
** Neil Patrick Harris voiced Lord Gumball in all the the Fiona and Cake episodes he speaks in until "Five Short Tables" when he was replaced by Keith Ferguson due to scheduling conflicts.
** Lena Dunham voiced Betty from her self-titled episode up until "Elements Part 2: Bespoken For" where she was voiced by Felicia Day.
17th May '17 4:58:53 PM GoldenKeyblade
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* It has become so successful that most of the crew members past and present are now getting work in most of Cartoon Network's and Disney's [[WesternAnimation/RegularShow other]] [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse headlining]] [[WesternAnimation/Clarence shows]]. The show has pushed several of the cast and production members into the spotlight for animation fans and executives, who suddenly saw them appear in later shows thanks to ''Adventure Time''.

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* It has become so successful that most of the crew members past and present are now getting work in most of Cartoon Network's and Disney's [[WesternAnimation/RegularShow other]] [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse headlining]] [[WesternAnimation/Clarence [[WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}} shows]]. The show has pushed several of the cast and production members into the spotlight for animation fans and executives, who suddenly saw them appear in later shows thanks to ''Adventure Time''.
16th May '17 5:58:04 PM Upgrader
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* InvisibleAdvertising: The final two episodes of season seven, "Preboot" and "Reboot", were not promoted at all, and were aired in a bad time slot, causing the episodes to be the least-watched episodes of the series! Also, the episodes were scheduled to air at 8:30 p.m., but a few hours before they scheduled to air, they were moved to 8 p.m.!
** The entire show is getting hit with this as of late. It never airs unless there's new episodes, and even then, the new episodes are barely promoted, or not promoted at all! (See the example above.)
** Starting with season eight, the series is only advertised through Cartoon Network's/Adventure Time's Twitter and Facebook pages, and by the staff of the show on Twitter.



** The screwing intensified in mid-late 2016. In September, it was announced the series would end after its ninth season in 2018. Then, the Finn & Jake balloon did not show up in the line-up for the 2016 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, meaning it was retired, and the two-part seventh season finale aired in other countries before the United States, and was suddently rescheduled right before its US airing. The [[InvisibleAdvertising]] for Season 8, and complete lack of reruns (aside from the "Stakes" miniseries airing on the weekend before Halloween due to being thematically appropriate) makes it very clear that Cartoon Network is working as hard as it can to snuff out what was once its flagship series.

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** The screwing intensified in mid-late 2016. In September, it was announced the series would end after its ninth season in 2018. Then, the Finn & Jake balloon did not show up in the line-up for the 2016 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, meaning it was retired, and retired. And finally, the two-part seventh season finale aired in other countries before the United States, received zero promotion in the US, and was suddently rescheduled right before its US airing. The [[InvisibleAdvertising]] airing, giving it the series' lowest ratings. This treatment of InvisibleAdvertising contiued for Season 8, and a complete lack of reruns (aside from the "Stakes" miniseries airing on the weekend before Halloween due to being thematically appropriate) makes it very clear that Cartoon Network is working as hard as it can to snuff out what was once its flagship series.
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