This is a list of television programs formerly or currently broadcast on Cartoon Network 's late night block, Adult Swim in the United States. Although both entities share the same channel space, Adult Swim is classified as a separate network for the purposes of Nielsen ratings. For special programming released under the "Infomercials" banner, please see Infomercials. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Brendon signs up for an acting class, and Paula teaches at an adult education center. Brendon tries to take control of his class while Paula almost loses control of hers. Brendon wants to buy a fisheye lens, but the Smalls are on a budget. He is forced into the working world when his mother refuses to extend his line of credit. The new school nurse has everyone's attention. Coach McGuirk and Jason eye her as a love interest; Brendon sees her as his ticket to getting out of class. Coach McGuirk decides to buy a condo, but getting approved for a mortgage proves to be difficult.
The topic of this page has a wiki of its own: [adult swim] Wiki. The programs featured on Adult Swim are geared toward a male audience, in contrast to the originally children's oriented daytime programming on Cartoon Network. In the United States, Adult Swim has, over the course of its history, frequently cycled through and aired either recent or older features of adult animation, Japanese anime, mockumentaries and sketch comedy, among many other programs consisting of television pilots and their subsequent, short-lived series' and numerous spinoffs and shows that has sexual themes, nudity, strong language and hardcore violence. While the network features trendy comedies and dramas in this regard often anime of all types — many of its programs could be considered aesthetically experimental, "underground", transgressive, improvised, nonlinear or surreal in nature.
Adult Swim stylized as [adult swim] is an American adult-oriented nighttime programming block of the basic cable network Cartoon Network that is programmed by its in-house production studio, Williams Street. Marketed as a separate network for ratings purposes, Adult Swim currently broadcasts nightly from 9 p. Debuting in , Adult Swim serves as the nighttime identity of Cartoon Network, and it was established as alternative programming during late night hours when Cartoon Network's primary target audience, children between the ages of 6 and 12, would normally be sleeping. In , Adult Swim was granted its own Nielsen ratings report from Cartoon Network due to it targeting a separate demographic. The block features stylistically varied animated and live-action shows, including original programming, syndicated series, anime , original video animations , and short films with generally minimal or no editing for content.