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July 9, 2015, 7:14 pm EDTGravity FallsComments Off on Gravity Falls Promo – SDCC 2015 – Look Ahead
As the first day of the San Diego Comic Con kicks off, we got a one minute and ten second preview of the upcoming Gravity Falls episode(s) via The Mystery of Gravity Falls. The video is above, enjoy it. A Tale Of Two Stans premieres this Monday, July 13th.
Also announced were the next two episodes for Season Two.
The second season of Wander Over Yonder shall officially begin August 3rd. This was announced earlier today over on ETOnline with a few details about the second season.
First off, celebrity guest voices…
Weird Al Yankovic
Jon Hamm (Mad Men)
Sabrina Carpenter (Girl Meets World)
Noel Wells (SNL)
Calum Worthy (Austin & Ally)
Season Two is set to begin August 3rd at 9pm on Disney XD. Episode wise it has been announced that the second season will feature thirty six 11 minute episodes, and four 22 minute episodes.
If that wasn’t enough, it was announced via Craig McCraigen’s Tumblr that there will also be eleven 1 minute shorts that will begin to air on Disney XD starting July 20th and air daily up until the season premiere.
The script for the 22-minute Wander Over Yonder Season 2 Finale has finally been approved, officially bringing writing on the season to a close. Of course we’ve still got a few months of boards to wrap up, so there’s still plenty of writing odds and ends to be taken care of, but I felt the need to mark this momentous occasion.
We are SO UNBELIEVABLY EXCITED to share The Dominator Saga with you guys. You shouldn’t have to wait too much longer to see our goofy little galaxy face the greatest threat they’ve ever encountered. It’s been a labor of love for all of us here, and everyone, from our unparalleled directors, board artists, and art team, to our phenomenal production crew, to our amazing cast, has come together to make this season something truly special.
I want to take this opportunity to personally thank the writers who made this the single best project I’ve ever worked on. Shout outs to the incredible Andy Bean, Ben Joseph, Sam Riegel, Rachel Vine, Nate Federman, Mike Yank, and Scott Peterson, who contributed some truly amazing work to our season.
But most especially, thank you Amy Higgins, Noelle Stevenson, and Todd Casey, the finest writing staff I’ve had the privilege to work with. Thank you for caring about every single script as if it was your own and loving these characters so damn much.
And of course, thanks again, Craig, for the best job ever.
(The above image is my favorite piece of fan art of my favorite WOY character, the Black Cube of Darkness, by our own Noelle Stevenson.)
Couldn’t have said it better myself, which is why I hired Frank as Story Editor. But he’s right, man oh man is Season 2 good, we can’t wait for you all to see it!
A month ago fans got a little worried when the freshly minted schedule of Cartoon Network featured no repeat episodes of Steven Universe. Now the gears have changed and the network is literally ramming six new episodes in a marathon this week (called #StevenBomb) as they wind the first season of the series down. I could literally write essays on how much enjoyment this show has brought me, but the internet is already filled enough with opinions. All I can say is check it out if you haven’t, or been meaning to. The first half of the season can seem non-sequential at times, but the second half has been a roller coast ride has everything is given meaning. The show even has some really grim themes going on (Amethyst & the Kindergaten).
After the page break we have a whole bunch of episode titles and previews. I would like to thank the fan site the World of Steven Universe which covers a great deal of content for the show, including the preview clips we have in this article. Also behind the page break we apparently have the first two episodes (no dates) for Season 2. Its pretty much traditional in the half decade for CN to premiere new seasons weeks after one has ended. Its one reason they take those huge breaks.
July 26, 2014, 10:09 pm EDTSteven UniverseComments Off on Steven Universe Season 2 Confirmed – 52 Episode Run
From Steven Universe intern Jackie Ferrentino: “I don’t know if you knew this but, Onion is super pumped for Comic Con!”
Well it might be slightly old news now, but if you have not heard the word, Steven Universe has been picked up for a full second season. 52 episodes in total, confirmed by the crew. This news came Friday morning via the San Diego Comic Con, relayed by the Hollywood Reporter. Below is a snippet from the Crewniverse Tumblr, pointing out in total Steven Universe will have 104 episodes total, though to date only 18 have officially aired on Cartoon Network. With the news of a new season also came the news of new episodes, starting August 21st (Thursday) @ 6:30pm et.
Alex Hirsch, creator of Gravity Falls, has gone to Twitter to announce that we’ll be returning to Gravity Falls, Oregon this Summer with the premiere of Season 2. Currently we don’t have any details on the month, time slot, or if it’ll stay on Disney Channel or move to Disney XD. We’ll bring you more details on Season 2 as soon as we get them.