Cartoon Network USA Cartoon Network This Week Episode 11 Interview With Steven Universe Podcast Host McKenzie Atwood

Cartoon Network USA Cartoon Network This Week Episode 11 Interview With Steven Universe Podcast Host McKenzie Atwood

Cartoon Network USA Cartoon Network This Week Episode 11 Interview With Steven Universe Podcast Host McKenzie Atwood

In this week’s episode of Cartoon Network USA’s ongoing YouTube series – Cartoon Network This Week, Sam is a geologist and has been studying his gemstone collection, this of course, relates to Cartoon Network’s cult animated show – Steven Universe, which is the theme of this week’s episode. Sam mentioned that there will be a special Steven Universe half-hour event on Cartoon Network USA airing on Monday 7th May at 7.30pm ET/PT. In the second part of the episode, Sam interviews a special guest – the host of The Steven Universe Podcast, McKenzie Atwood. McKenzie talks about the podcast and her time interviewing the show’s crew (often referred to as the “Crewniverse”) and voice acting cast and also her favourite moments from the show. Sam surprises McKenzie with the “Guess The Gem” quiz.

As today (21st April) is Record Store Day, Rupert The Seal has been listening to the Steven Universe Soundtrack Volume One vinyl collection, the soundtrack release topped the Billboard Vinyl Album Charts in March. Rupert then goes back home to his natural habitat and hangs out with his friends at a listening party. Steven Universe’s Sadie Killer and the Suspects do a musical performance in the episode’s Fun Stuffs segment. The episode concludes with Sam trying to fuse gems together, unfortunately, it’s not as easy as that in real life.

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Cartoon Network USA Cartoon Network This Week Episode 10 New Shows

Cartoon Network USA Cartoon Network This Week Episode 10 New Shows

Cartoon Network USA Cartoon Network This Week Episode 10 New Shows

In this week’s episode of Cartoon Network USA’s ongoing YouTube series – Cartoon Network This Week, Sam takes a look at three new shows coming soon to Cartoon Network – Infinity Train, Victor and Valentino and Summer Camp Island. Clips from the Infinity Train and Victor and Valentino pilots were shown, as well as a sneak peek of a scene from Summer Camp Island in both animatic and completed form, in the scene, Oscar has magical powers and makes everything cute in his new home at Summer Camp Island, including an ugly monster.

More info about Cartoon Network’s newest shows here, it’s also CN’s largest ever programming slate: https://www.regularcapital.com/2018/03/cartoon-network-usa-2018-2019-upfront-cartoon-networks-largest-programming-slate-ever-new-shows-new-episodes-and-new-digital-content/

Rupert The Seal is a farmer this week and is showing off his funny fruits and vegetables crops with names that are puns based on Cartoon Network shows and characters. Also relating to fruits and vegetables, Rupert shares his favourite clips from this week’s challenge on the CN Sayin’ app, this week’s challenge was Apple and Onion, on the app, kids submitted a video of themselves dancing like Apple and Onion. Towards the end, there was an advert for Corginia, the corgi kingdom themed carriage from the Infinity Train pilot.

Next week’s episode of Cartoon Network This Week will have a special guest – McKenzie Atwood, she’s the host of the Steven Universe Podcast and has worked as an intern in many divisions at Cartoon Network including social media, Cartoon Network Games and she’s even worked as a Steven Universe production intern at Cartoon Network Studios.

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Cartoon Network Watch And Play App Now Available For Sky TV Customers In New Zealand

Cartoon Network Watch And Play App Now Available For Sky TV Customers In New Zealand

Cartoon Network Watch And Play App Now Available For Sky Customers In New Zealand

Cartoon Network’s Watch and Play app is now available for Sky TV subscribers in New Zealand. Kids are now able to access their favourite Cartoon Network shows, games and videos anywhere at anytime. Sky TV customers can access the app’s features by logging in with their Sky account details. The app offers a safe environment for children and also offers age appropriate animated content straight from Cartoon Network’s animation library. Cartoon Network’s Watch and Play app is already available and accessible to Foxtel (Australia), Globe (Philippines) and True Visions (Thailand) subscribers. Also, Sky New Zealand customers are now able to access Nickelodeon’s Nick Play app, which also offers child-friendly content on the go.

Cartoon Network shows available on the Watch and Play app include: Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, Teen Titans Go!, The Amazing World of Gumball, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Uncle Grandpa, Mighty Magiswords, Steven Universe, Clarence and many more. The app also features personalised video mix playlist functionality and a live stream of the Cartoon Network TV channel.

From The Sky New Zealand Press Release: Sky Teams Up With Nickelodeon And Cartoon Network To Bring More Family Content To Customers With Two New Fun Apps Free iOS And Android Apps Offer Kiwis Access To Nickelodeon Content Anywhere, Anytime

SKY is thrilled to support the launch of NICK PLAY and CARTOON NETWORK WATCH AND PLAY Apps in New Zealand, allowing Kiwi kids access to their favourite games, videos, animations and shows anywhere at any time.

Anyone with an internet connection can now head to their devices’ App store to download both the NICK PLAY and CARTOON NETWORK WATCH AND PLAY Apps for free.

Kiwi kids, whose parents are SKY domestic customers, can then access loads of extra content from their favourite Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network shows simply by entering their SKY My Account details.

“We know hundreds of thousands of Kiwi kids are avid fans of both Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network,” said SKY’s Director of Entertainment Content, Travis Dunbar. “So now, not only do they have the ability to access additional content via the Apps, but can also catch up on their favourite shows on the go just because they are SKY customers. As a parent myself it’s great to see the launch of both the NICK PLAY and CARTOON NETWORK WATCH AND PLAY Apps in this market as they offer a safe place for kids to enjoy some of the best children’s content SKY has to offer when they’re away from home,” he said.

“SKY customers will love the extra content available on the CARTOON NETWORK WATCH AND PLAY App,” said Robi Stanton, General Manager of Turner Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Territories. “Together with SKY, Cartoon Network is committed to providing our fans in New Zealand new ways to connect with the world’s best animation. The app offers a truly unique and enjoyable second-screen brand experience for kids to enjoy – and for parents to trust.”

Ben Cox, Vice President and General Manager of Nickelodeon Australia and New Zealand said, “Nickelodeon has a long history of bringing the best shows and content to our Kiwi viewers and together with SKY, we’re now offering them more than ever before. The free NICK PLAY App provides our audiences with a safe environment to catch their favourite show from The Thundermans, to SpongeBob SquarePants and more. Our dedication to constantly innovate across all of our platforms means that we can provide viewers with a different experience every time they connect with our brand,” Cox concluded.

These engaging Apps for a new generation of multi-taskers allow our youngest viewers to watch their favourite episodes and shows, and play games, in a simple and safe layout, from anywhere in New Zealand.

SKY domestic customers who sign in by simply entering their SKY My Account login and password will have access to hundreds of hours of catch-up TV on the NICK PLAY App and access to full episodes of catch-up TV, along with the ability to stream Cartoon Network channel live, on the CARTOON NETWORK WATCH AND PLAY App.

https://www.sky.co.nz/-/mk_pressrelease_1204-1