Since its debut on April 30, Alloy Digital/Smosh’s Shut Up! Cartoons has ranked first or second in growth and registered close to 2 million video views. The toon-centric channel broke into the top-500 of all of YouTube’s hundreds of programming channels within the first 24 hours of its launch. Its new series Pubertina trended as a major topic on Twitter when it debuted on Wednesday.
SMOSH is headed by longtime Disney TV Animation chief Barry Blumberg, who co-founded the channel with comedy duo Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox. Here’s a rundown of SMOSH’s animated offerings:
Do’s and Don’ts: A Children’s Guide to Social Survival (Ryan Naumann)
Horrible lessons for youngsters in trying situations.
Pubertina (Emily Brundige)
Life is hard when you’re an eleven year old going through that awkward stage.
Zombies vs. Ninjas (Michael Granberry)
Stop motion series filled with over the top zombie vs. ninjas battles.
Krogzilla Gets a Job (Cory Edwards)
Japanese monster shrinks down to human size and is forced to seek a variety of jobs.
Snowjacked (Kelsy Abbott, John Olsen)
An action comedy that follows the search for our protagonist’s snowjacked family.
Nature Break (Mike Hollingsworth)
Nature vignettes with horrible outcomes.
Weasel Town (Nathan Hamill, Eric Filipkowski)
Traditional buddy comedy from superstar creators.
Oishi High School Battle (Daniel Dominguez, Joe Gressis)
Hanna Montana meets Sailor Moon. What would happen if an Anime character is forced to attend regular high school?
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