Cartoon Network USA Summer Camp Island Pilot Episode

Cartoon Network USA Summer Camp Island Pilot Episode

Cartoon Network USA Summer Camp Island Pilot Episode

Cartoon Network USA has also uploaded the full pilot episode for a brand new animated show coming to Cartoon Network next year – Summer Camp Island. The show is about two best friends named Oscar and Hedgehog staying at a magical summer camp full of mystery and wonder. On Summer Camp Island, anything can happen and exist, it’s a place of witches and talking sharks and monsters hiding underneath beds and where objects are alive and can talk. The new show is created by British animation director – Julia Pott, known for her episode story-writing on Adventure Time. The pilot was developed at Cartoon Network Studios as part of their Shorts Development Programme. On 30th January, Cartoon Network USA shared a short clip from the pilot on social media.

Rob Sorcher, Cartoon Network’s Chief Content Officer, explains that the place where Summer Camp Island takes place is a “timeless and magical world” and also comments on Julia’s “signature warmth and inventiveness”.

In the pilot, Oscar and Hedgehog organise a sleepover party, with only just the two of them, both are having a difficult time adjusting to their weird new home for the summer and they miss their parents, however things don’t go to plan, Hedgehog invites a friend that Oscar wasn’t expecting, talking food ruin the party and Oscar’s pyjamas are up to mischief.

The full pilot episode is not yet available on Cartoon Network USA’s YouTube channel, the only official way to view the pilot episode is by using the Cartoon Network App.

http://www.cartoonnetwork.com

Cartoon Network App Download Links

iTunes (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cartoon-network-app/id404593641?mt=8

Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.turner.cnvideoapp&hl=en

Amazon App Store (Amazon Fire and Android): https://www.amazon.com/Cartoon-Network-App-Episodes-Favorite/dp/B00DDYQCFW

Cartoon Network USA Adventure Time New Episodes December 2017

Cartoon Network USA Adventure Time New Episodes December 2017

Cartoon Network USA Adventure Time New Episodes December 2017

Next Sunday (17th December), Cartoon Network USA will be airing four brand new Adventure Time episodes in an hour block from 7pm ET/PT, the episode names are as follows: “Seventeen”, “Ring Of Fire”, “Marcy & Hunson” and “The First Investigation”. Can’t wait that long to watch Finn and Jake’s latest adventures?, the new episodes are already on the Cartoon Network App. Also this weekend, the Cartoon Network App is unlocked, which means anyone within the United States can watch these episodes along with hours of cartoons for free and with no cable or satellite subscription required. Adventure Time is currently in its final season, after a successful show run, Finn’s and Jake’s adventures will conclude next year.

Episode Descriptions

“Seventeen” – 7pm ET/PT: A mysterious knight crashes Finn’s birthday bash and presents him with a dangerous gift.

http://adventuretime.wikia.com/wiki/Seventeen

“Ring of Fire” – 7.15pm ET/PT: When an old flame comes calling on urgent business, Tree Trunks reconsiders both her wild past and her tranquil present.

http://adventuretime.wikia.com/wiki/Ring_of_Fire

“Marcy & Hunson” – 7.30pm ET/PT: Hunson Abadeer returns to Ooo to bond with his daughter Marceline, but will he be able to prove he’s changed his soul-sucking ways?

http://adventuretime.wikia.com/wiki/Marcy_%26_Hunson

“The First Investigation” – 7.45pm ET/PT: Finn and Jake are tasked with investigating reports of a haunting at Joshua and Margaret’s old office.

http://adventuretime.wikia.com/wiki/The_First_Investigation

http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/video/adventuretime/

Cartoon Network USA Partners With 826 National To Create Storytelling Project For CN’s Stop Bullying Speak Up Campaign

Cartoon Network USA Partners With 826 National To Create Storytelling Project For CN's Stop Bullying Speak Up Campaign

Cartoon Network USA Partners With 826 National To Create Storytelling Project For CN’s Stop Bullying Speak Up Campaign

Cartoon Network USA is continuing its anti-bullying “Stop Bullying: Speak Up” campaign and have partnered with 826 National, a non-profit organisation that runs tutoring programmes for students that help to improve their writing skills. Together, both Cartoon Network and 826 National have collaborated on the “Inclusion Storytelling Project”, the project aims to encourage young adults across the United States to write and share their stories about kindness and empathy as a way to prevent bullying. 826 National has created inclusion-themed writing workshops for elementary and middle school students to inspire them to write stories about compassion and understanding. Hundreds of students participated in the project, and the students’ fiction and nonfiction stories will be compiled into eight illustrated publications. Each 826 National chapter will also host a local book release event, where young authors will share their work with the community.

The 826LA Echo Park location in Los Angeles was the first out of the eight chapters to release student work from the Inclusion Storytelling Project with an event held today (Thursday 7th December). Other 826 locations (San Francisco, Ann Arbor/Detroit, Boston, Chicago, New York City, and Washington, D.C.) will hold release events early next year.

The lessons created through the project will also be made available to teachers everywhere next year via the 826 Digital online service, 826 National’s pay-what-you-wish online platform of resources for educators.

From The Turner USA Press Release: Cartoon Network Partners with 826 National to Create the First Inclusion Storytelling Project: Encourages Students to Share Their Stories as Part of “Stop Bullying: Speak Up”

Cartoon Network is expanding its award-winning, “Stop Bullying: Speak Up” campaign by partnering with 826 National to launch the Inclusion Storytelling Project, which encourages youth across the country to share their individual stories about kindness and empathy in an effort to stop bullying before it starts.

Working in collaboration with Cartoon Network, 826 National and its network of eight internationally celebrated youth writing organizations created inclusion-themed writing workshops for elementary and middle school students to inspire stories of compassion and understanding. Hundreds of students from the 826 Network participated in the project, and the students’ fiction and nonfiction stories will be compiled into eight illustrated publications. Each of the 826 Network chapters will host a local book release event, during which these young authors will share their work with the community.

“Many of the students we serve at 826 come from traditionally under-resourced communities that are most affected by our changing political and cultural landscape,” said Laura Brief, CEO of 826 National. “We believe our students have the power and perspective to end a pervasive culture of bullying, and we are so excited to partner with Cartoon Network in sharing their stories and voices on a national scale.”

The 826LA Echo Park location will be the first of eight chapters to release and celebrate student work from the Inclusion Storytelling Project with an event on Thursday, December 7 from 2:45-4:15pm. Additional 826 locations (San Francisco, Ann Arbor/Detroit, Boston, Chicago, New York City, and Washington, D.C.) will hold release events respectively, into early next year.

“Elevating kids’ voices is central to everything we do at Cartoon Network. Equipping each kid with tools and resources to use their individual voice to speak up is a key goal of Stop Bullying: Speak Up,” said Jill King, senior vice president, marketing and partnerships, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and Boomerang. “826 National is an organization that values children as a creative force as much as we do, and by developing the Inclusion Storytelling Project together, we are encouraging kids to use creativity to understand and spread kindness, compassion, and empathy.”

To expand the reach of this partnership and inspire other kids to share their stories, the lessons created through the project will also be made available to teachers everywhere in 2018 via 826 Digital, the 826 National’s pay-what-you-wish online platform of resources for educators.

About 826 National:

826 National is a nonprofit organization that provides strategic leadership, administration, and other resources to ensure the success of its network of writing and tutoring centers. 826 National’s chapters are dedicated to supporting under-resourced students, ages 6 to 18, with their writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. 826’s mission is based on the understanding that great leaps in learning can happen with individualized attention, and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success.

The 826 Network serves more than 1,000 teachers and 32,000 students annually. The chapters offer five core programs: After-School Tutoring, Field Trips, Workshops, Young Authors’ Book Project, and In-School programs—all free of charge—for students, classes, and schools. Each program offers innovative and dynamic project-based learning opportunities, building on students’ classroom experience and strengthening their ability to express ideas effectively, creatively, confidently, and in their own voice.

The 826 Network is now comprised of a national office and seven—soon to be eight—nonprofit chapters across the United States: 826 Valencia (San Francisco), 826LA, 826 Boston, 826CHI, 826michigan (Ann Arbor/Detroit), 826NYC, 826DC, and, beginning in early 2018, 826 New Orleans. Additional information about 826 National and the 826 Network is available at 826national.org.

http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/stop-bullying

https://www.826national.org/