Robot Chicken, the stop-motion semi-animated bizarro hit on Cartoon Network's late night replacement, Adult Swim, has been renewed for two more seasons totaling 40 episodes, over what will be the show's sixth season.
Since its February 2005 debut, "Robot Chicken" has weirded out viewers with its pop-culture projectile vomit, featuring crudely designed claymation and action figures - often voiced by visiting celebs - in short satirical skits. Creators and executive producers Seth Green and Matthew Senreich have kept the awesomely bizarre show fresh for almost five years, resulting in the show's ranking as the highest-rated original animated series on the network.
Vulgar, abnormal and far beyond the limits of traditional broadcasting limitations, "Robot Chicken" is a gem of twisted humor that must be experienced to fully comprehend.
Check out a classic clip from the show:
"We're very excited," Seth Green commented on being greenlit for another two seasons, "we never expected to do a second season, let alone a fifth and sixth, so we are thrilled by the audience response and how the show continues to grow internationally." Senreich added, "We love Adult Swim. It's really that simple. From the get-go, we've always said that Robot Chicken was a show where we play with friends and we look forward to doing that for years to come."