An award-nominated live actionSketch Comedy series created by Nick Cannon (from the later cast of All That) that aired on Cartoon Network. The series was previewed on New Year's Eve 2012 for the "Incredible Crew Year's Eve" special. The series' first season premiered on January 24th, 2013 and ended on April 11 of the same year.The show seemed to disappear after its season finale, and this left many questions unanswered for months on whether or not there would be a season two, and the confusion kept on coming when the cast members started appearing in commercials and bumps. There was no news about the series for months on end. Eventually it was announced on July 29, 2013 that Incredible Crew had been cancelled.Incredible Crew cast stars Jeremy Shada (the same one who does voicework as Finn the Human on Adventure Time), Brandon Soo Hoo, Shauna Case, Shameik Moore, Tristan Pasterick, and Chanelle Peloso. The show is a mixture between standard Sketch Comedy tropes and hidden camera hilarity. Needless to say, Hilarity Ensues. Strangely, quite a few of the cast comes from Nickelodeon, one of Cartoon Network's rival networks. Especially Nick who still is the poster boy for TeenNick (at the time of this anyway).
Comically Missing the Point: In the "Cola Thief" sketch, a teacher keeps her class after school because someone stole and drank 58 sodas from her cabinet, and she won't let anyone leave until the thief confesses. One of the students points out that a boy named Wyatt probably did it, but the teacher says they don't accuse anyone without proof. As if Wyatt hopped up on sugar and running around the classroom like the Tasmanian Devil isn't proof enough. Wyatt confesses after a couple minutes, but now the teacher says that somebody else stole over 300 pieces of bubblegum and wants to know whodunit, failing to see a student clearly chewing a huge wad of gum.
Covered in Gunge: There are few sketches where one of the cast get some kind of liquid sprayed or dumped on them.
Dead Pet Sketch: In one short skit, Tristan plays a boy whose goldfish has passed away (refrain from confusion), and his mother instinctively gets a new one. However, he is able to find out when the goldfish keeps saying, "Hey."
Parental Obliviousness: The restaurant artist kid's parents exaggerate this trope to painful extents. Their son creates paintings, makes a colorful 3D clay stickman, makes it into the newspaper, and creates a giant metal stickman, while his parents don't notice a thing.
Tempting Fate: The Bad Luck song where a group kids rap that they don't believe in bad luck and do various things that are stated to cause it (breaking mirrors, stepping on cracks, walking under ladders, etc). Of course once they do the deeds, bad luck instantly happens to them. One of the kids gets Genre Savvy when it only comes down to two of them and backs out instantly.