Cartoon Network This Week Episode 29 Adventure Time Final Voice Session

Cartoon Network This Week Episode 29 Adventure Time Final Voice Session

Cartoon Network This Week Episode 29 Adventure Time Final Voice Session

This week’s episode of Cartoon Network This Week is all about the final voice acting session of Adventure Time, the show’s after party and a look at the show from the perspective of the show’s cast. Be warned, this episode will contain spoilers, so if you haven’t already done so (if possible), watch the Adventure Time finale on the Cartoon Network app in the United States, international audiences will have to wait until the finale airs in their respective countries.

The episode starts off with Willow Smith singing the Adventure Time theme for the final episode – Come Along With Me, she also voices Beth – The Pup Princess. Then Sam shows the waving snail on to of Finn and Jake’s treehouse in the final episode of Adventure Time, as last week’s episode of Cartoon Network This Week was all about the snail that features in every episode of Adventure Time. In the episode, Jeremy Shada (voice of Finn), John DiMaggio (voice of Jake), Olivia Olsen (voice of Marceline) look back through the history of the series, they were amazed about the amount of support from the show’s fans and look back to the first Adventure Time panel at San Diego Comic-Con, while at the convention they were impressed by the costumes of Adventure Time cosplayers. This was followed by the actual voice acting session with Kent Osborne (Adventure Time’s Head of Story), Tom Kenny (voice of Ice King and Gunter the Penguin), John DiMaggio and Jeremy Shada.

After the voice acting segment, is the after party, the centerpiece of the party was an cake featuring all the main characters from Adventure Time, production crew and voice acting talent of both past and present were invited to the final celebration, the show’s supervising director throughout the whole course of the series – Kelly Crews makes a speech about the show’s voice talent. John DiMaggio describes Jake’s voice as his own voice but with a hug around it, the show’s creator – Pendleton Ward gives him a hug. The voice of Tree Trunks – Polly Lou Livingston joined in the party via video call. Cartoon Network’s executive of current series – Conrad Montgomery describes the show as “always adventurous, always interesting” and has said that working on the show made him a better person, this segment ends with Pendleton Ward saying thanks to everyone.

The episode concludes with Sam, on behalf of the whole Cartoon Network team, he says “How do we feel about the end of Adventure Time?”, this was followed by a clip of Lemongrab saying (or rather, yelling) his infamous catchphrase – UNACCEPTABLE!. Adventure Time maybe over (at least in the form of a show), but the fun will never end.

The Cartoon Network App is free and unlocked this weekend (no pay-TV login details required), if you live the United States, why not check out the finale of Adventure Time – Come Along With Me.

https://www.cartoonnetwork.com/video/adventure-time

How to cope with the end of Adventure Time:

New Adventure Time comics: BOOM! Studios will be releasing “Adventure Time: Season 11” in comic-book form in the United States in October 2018, although this may not be considered canon (it’s still 100% authorised by Cartoon Network), but it will offer some extra closure of what could of happened with Finn, Jake and friends after the events of the finale.

https://www.boom-studios.com/2018/07/23/boom-studios-cartoon-network-announce-adventure-time-season-11-an-all-new-comic-book-series/

Also check out the new Adventure Time console game: Adventure Time: The Pirates of the Enchiridion, play the Bloons Adventure Time TD game or make your own adventure with the Adventure Time: Minecraft pack:

https://www.outrightgames.com/adventure-time-pirates-of-the-enchiridion/

https://www.facebook.com/bloonsadventuretimetd/

https://minecraft.net/en-us/article/adventure-time-comes-minecraft

Finally, check out Cartoon Network’s new show – Summer Camp Island, many people who work on the new show (including the show’s creator – Julia Pott), also worked on Adventure Time.

https://www.cartoonnetwork.com/video/summer-camp-island/

The show’s over (although not yet in the UK), but here’s some of my personal real-life memories from the series:

Adventure Time Stakes: UK Premiere:

https://www.regularcapital.com/2016/03/cartoon-network-uk-adventure-time-stakes-premiere/

Adventure Time: An Ooo Experience (UK Tour):

https://www.regularcapital.com/2016/06/special-report-adventure-time-an-ooo-experience-at-intu-merry-hill/

MCM Comic-Con London (May 2018):

http://bigadventuretime.cartoonnetwork.co.uk/

Adventure Time Wins 2017 Creative Arts Emmy For Outstanding Short Form Animated Program

Adventure Time Wins 2017 Creative Arts Emmy For Outstanding Short Form Animated Program

Adventure Time Wins 2017 Creative Arts Emmy For Outstanding Short Form Animated Program

Yesterday (09/09/2017), the winners of the 2017 Creative Arts Emmy Awards were announced in Los Angeles and Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time has won another Creative Arts Emmy in the “Outstanding Short Form Animated Program” category bringing the tally to seven Emmys throughout show’s run since its premiere in 2010. Adventure Time won the Emmy for the episode “Imaginary Resources”, which is the fourth episode in the Adventure Time: Islands mini-series. In the episode, Finn and Jake visit a strange island while on their voyage across the ocean; the island’s inhabitants live in a virtual world. The episode was directed by Elizabeth Ito and written by show creator Pendleton Ward, Kent Osborne, Jack Pendarvis, Ashly Burch and Adam Muto. In the same category, Teen Titans Go!’s – “Orangins” episode and the Steven Universe episode – “Mr. Greg” were also nominated.

https://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2017/outstanding-short-format-animated-program

Also, Adult Swim’s and Cartoon Network Studios’ Samurai Jack has won an amazing total of four Emmy awards in the “Outstanding Individual Achievement In Animation” category, one for the episode (XCII) (“92”), two for the episode “XCIII” (“93”) and one for “XCV” (“95”).

List of “Outstanding Individual Achievement In Animation” winners for Samurai Jack:

Craig Kellman, Character Design in “XCII”
Scott Wills, Production Design in “XCIII”
Bryan Andrews, Storyboard in “XCIII”
Lou Romano, Background Design in “XCV”

https://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners/2017/outstanding-individual-achievement-in-animation

All the winners and nominations for the 2017 Creative Arts Emmys are listed on the Emmy Awards website, which can be accessed via the link below:

https://www.emmys.com/awards/nominees-winners

Final Adventure Time Recording Session

Final Adventure Time Recording Session

Final Adventure Time Recording Session

This week (31/01/2017), the Adventure Time crew and cast commemorated the final Adventure Time episode recording session with a party, voice actors and actresses of the characters from the show attended the final session; including John DiMaggio (Jake), Hynden Walch (Princess Bubblegum), Tom Kenny (Ice King) and Olivia Olson (Marceline The Vampire Queen). Since the show’s premiere in 2010, Adventure Time has been a huge hit for Cartoon Network both in the United States and internationally, the show has won six Primetime Emmy Awards, a Peabody Award, two Annie Awards, two British Academy Children’s Awards among others. The show will conclude in 2018, after eight years and 284 episodes.

This week (30/01/2017 – 02/02/2017), the miniseries – Adventure Time: Islands aired on Cartoon Network USA and Cartoon Network Canada, the miniseries finally answered a couple of questions about the show – Are there any other humans left, and where are they? and Where are Finn’s real parents?. Adventure Time: Islands was written by head writer Kent Osborne, with Adam Muto, Jack Pendarvis and Ashly Burch as showrunners.

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

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