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The series is presented without explanation or narration as a showcase of surreal animations, viral internet videos, archival footage and morphing psychedelic imagery, arranged around a single loose theme (expressed in the episode title) and blended without pause into a single continuous presentation.
Thousands of years in the future, teams of Ballmastrz face off against each other using their own hyper-creative and artificially intelligent combat weapons to attack, defend and score.
Trapped in another world, a cop from Earth can finally fight crime the way he wants after acquiring talking magical gauntlets. Based in the Rug Burn web series, it's an animated quarter-hour pilot.
The Jack and Triumph Show
The Jack and Triumph Show is a 30-minute comedy series that features a talking dog named Triumph. The dog is operated by Jack McBrayer and is known for being very rude and crude.
Despite this, Triumph is also very funny and provides plenty of laughs throughout the show. The series is a must-watch for anyone who enjoys offbeat humor and unique characters.
Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team
U.C. 0079 - In the middle of the One Year War, Ensign Shiro Amada is transferred to South East Asia to command Kojima Batallion's 08th MS Team, a small army of soldiers piloting RX-79[G] Gundam Ground type units. During the skirmishes in the jungle, he confronts ace Zeon pilot Norris Packard and falls in love with Aina Sahalin, a pilot involved in testing Zeon's top-secret mobile armor. This relationship leads to the Federation doubting their trust in Shiro. Now Shiro must prove his loyalty in the battleground or die a traitor.
The Jellies (2017)
The Jellies follows a jellyfish family and their human son, Cornell. After discovering he was adopted, the family embarks on a journey of self-discovery.
The show explores themes of identity and family dynamics as Cornell navigates his new reality. The Jellies provides a unique perspective on the coming-of-age story.
Straight from the creators of the groundbreaking Matrix trilogy, this collection of short animated films from the world's leading anime directors fuses computer graphics and Japanese anime to provide the background of the Matrix universe and the conflict between man and machines.
Created by Tom Root and Matthew Senreich, Titan Maximum is a parody on the various Super Robot shows. Robot Chicken's creator - Seth Green - also lends his voice to this similar stop-motion animation show about a squadron of young pilots whose spaceships combine to form the giant robot Titan Maximum.
The Greatest Event in Television History
A 15-minute special that stars Adam Scott and Jon Hamm, as they recreate a $25 million shot-for-shot remake of the opening credits for popular 1980s TV shows. Originally a one-off, it was extended into 4 episodes. Shot in tongue-in-cheek documentary style.
Learning with Pibby: Apocalypse
When a cute preschool educational television show is invaded by an unknown corruption, its main character Pibby has to escape to different animated programs as the mysterious entity transforms the characters it captures into possessed creatures. Along the way, Pibby teams up with two characters - a cliché superhero sidekick, Alloy Boy, and a Disney-like villainess, Melira. Although none of them are traditional heroes, they have to learn to work together to save the cartoon worlds from the apocalypse.