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Henry Yakushev
Henry Yakushev

Regular Show Season 5 [CRACKED]

Regular Show is an American cartoon that was made by Cartoon Network. It was censored in most countries due to the show having crude language and sexual innuendo not generally seen in other Cartoon Network shows. Cartoon Network Australia, Cartoon Network UK and Cartoon Network Turkey censored the show, due to them wanting to make it more family friendly and more accessible to small children.

Regular Show Season 5

Quintel initially worked as a writer and staff director for the Cartoon Network series Camp Lazlo and The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack before he was offered to produce a short for the network's showcase project The Cartoonstitute.[1][2] Quintel developed the Regular Show pilot for the project, utilizing characters from his California Institute of the Arts student films The Naïve Man from Lolliland (2005) and 2 in the AM PM (2006).[3] While The Cartoonstitute was ultimately scrapped, Cartoon Network executives approved the production of a Regular Show series.[4] Its first two seasons were ratings successes, with Nielsen Media Research ranking the series at number one in its time period amongst its primary demographic.[5] As of May 2013, the program averages approximately 2 to 2.5 million viewers each week.

Regular Show received positive reviews from critics and has been noted for its appeal towards different age groups,[6][7] simplistic animation style,[2] and frequent references to 1980s popular culture.[8] It has attained four Primetime Emmy Award nominations, including a win in the Short-format Animation category for the 2012 third season episode "Eggscellent".[9][10] The series has also been nominated for two Annie Awards,[11][12] as well as three BAFTA Children's Awards.[13][14][15] The eighth and final season was announced by Cartoon Network on July 7, 2015.[16] A film adaptation, Regular Show: The Movie, premiered on November 25, 2015.

The actor has recurred as Crowley since Season 5, appearing in 35 episodes of the series since 2009. The character played a major part in the show's Season 9 finale, "Do You Believe In Miracles?", which ended with Dean (Jensen Ackles) being turned into a demon under Crowley's watch.

Misha Collins, who plays the fallen angel Castiel, was also promoted to series regular earlier this week. The actor had previously recurred in Season 4 and Season 8, and was a series regular in Season 5, Season 6 and Season 9.

The show was given an early renewal for Season 10 back in February. The CW also ordered a spin-off series, Supernatural: Bloodlines, to pilot, but the network passed on the show earlier this month. The network is entertaining other spin-off possibilities at this time. 041b061a72


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