For fans of Robot Chicken, Adult Swim announced that the hit long-running stop motion animated adult series will officially make it’s return on September 6.
The successful critical acclaimed long running series will be on its 11th Season. The new season is promised to have more hilarious and potentially memorable new stop motion skits that will please long time fans of the series. The upcoming 11th season is reported to have skits that includes new parodies and characters based on today’s modern pop culture or society. Those include personalities or characters such as Joe Exotic and Peppa Pig.
New skits and episodes will air from September 6th up till September 23. So fans should expect a memorable and hilarious Labor Day weekend. The series has come a long way since its debut back in early February of 2005, and it’s still going strong 16 years later. Now to help promote the upcoming new season of Robot Chicken Adult Swim just released the official press release and trailer of Season 11.
ROBOT CHICKEN OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE
Robot Chicken Returns for
Triumphant 11th Season on September 6
New Season Kicks off On Labor Day
with More Laughs and Parodies
Adult Swim’s off-the-wall stop-motion comedy series Robot Chicken is back for season 11 and filled with more hilarious parodies and insane characters and personalities from Joe Exotic to Peppa Pig. The new season will air as a nightly strip Monday through Thursday at Midnight ET/PT beginning Monday, September 6 through Thursday, September 23.
The Robot Chicken Nerd and Bitch Pudding are also back along with a spooky Halloween-themed episode. And not to disappoint, no corner of pop culture is safe from Robot Chicken’s satirical gaze this season. The show skewers today’s biggest hits and classics including fan-favorite characters from movies, television shows, video games, celebrities, and even nursery rhymes – Robot Chicken spares nothing and no one and prides itself on having the most comedy a quarter-hour sketch comedy show can provide!
Robot Chicken is created, and executive produced by Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, and their Stoopid Buddy Stoodios partners, John Harvatine IV and Eric Towner, also serve as executive producers. Green and Senreich also write, voice and with Tom Sheppard, direct the award-winning series.