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Their press release was posted everywhere (including here!) and, as usual, there's something for everyone (to be pissed about)
    Originally posted by their PR, via Business Wire (businesswire.com)
    Adult Swim Announces Largest Programming Schedule Ever for 2012-13

    Basic Cable's #1 Network In Total Day With Adults 18-34 and 18-49 Offers Up 9 New Series/Specials, 8 Pilots and 10 Returning Series

    Childrens Hospital Spin-off Newsreaders and Animated Harold & Kumar Make The List

    Fan Favorite Toonami Returns to Saturday Nights


    ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Adult Swim, basic cable's #1 network with young adults for seven consecutive years, sets out to "control" the night by announcing a slate of new and returning programming at its annual Upfront presentation in New York City. Hours before their annual event featuring a scheduled performance by Grammy Award-winning rap artist T.I., the network announced the largest programming commitment in Adult Swim's history, which includes new and returning series, pilots and specials.

    After having its most-watched broadcast season-to-date in its history with adults 18-34, Adult Swim has ordered second seasons of new hit shows China, IL and Loiter Squad. The top-rated series Childrens Hospital returns with a spin-off in tow and an animated pilot based on the Harold & Kumar films is in development. Additionally, in response to overwhelming fan enthusiasm and devotion, the beloved anime programming block Toonami will make its return Saturday, May 26.

    New original series and specials:


    • NEWSREADERSNewsreaders is a satire of
      the network television newsmagazine genre, from the creative team
      behind Adult Swim’s highly successful comedy Childrens Hospital. Based
      upon the “Newsreaders” episodes of Childrens Hospital which
      aired during seasons two and three, Newsreaders will explore
      the vital issues that actually don’t affect us every day, from
      hard-hitting investigations to harder-hitting heartwarming profiles.
      Created by Childrens Hospital executive producers Rob Corddry (Hot
      Tub Time Machine
      , The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and the
      upcoming films Seeking a Friend for the End of the World and Butter),
      Jonathan Stern (The Ten; NTSF:SD:SUV::) and David Wain (Wanderlust, Wet Hot American Summer, Superjail!, upcoming films They
      Came Together
      and Dr. Dan), with Jim Margolis (The Daily
      Show with Jon Stewart)
      serving as showrunner, Newsreaders will
      deliver unparalleled award-eligible reporting every week. The series
      is produced by Abominable Pictures and Warner Bros. Television Group’s
      Studio 2.0.

    • THE ERIC ANDRE SHOW – The series premieres on Sunday,
      May 20, at 12:30 a.m. (ET/PT) The Eric Andre Show
      may be the most manic and unorthodox late night talk show ever made.
      The show’s traditional talk show format quickly devolves into chaos as
      its inept and bipolar host Eric Andre, along with his apathetic
      co-host Hannibal Buress (30 Rock, SNL), subvert all late night
      conventions. Taking place on a dingy public-access TV channel within
      an alternate reality, The Eric Andre Show creates its own
      distorted pop culture universe by conducting interviews with an
      unpredictable mix of actual celebrities, “fake” celebrities and
      extreme real-life weirdos. These interviews are broken up with
      deranged man-on-the-street segments, surreal flashes of inexplicable
      studio chaos, talk show desk-pieces and the general deconstruction of
      late night's most beloved tropes in every quarter-hour episode. The
      Eric Andre Show
      is produced by Abso Lutely and executive produced
      by Eric Andre, Andrew Barchilon, Kitao Sakurai, Daniel Weidenfeld (China,
      IL
      ), and Dave Kneebone (Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!).

    • BLACK DYNAMITE – Premiering in July and based on 2009’s
      critically-acclaimed feature film, Black Dynamite, the animated
      series, further chronicles the exploits of the central character,
      Black Dynamite, and his crew. Under the direction of head writer Carl
      Jones (The Boondocks), the series features the voice talent of
      Michael Jai White (For Better or Worse, The Dark Knight, Why Did I
      Get Married?),
      Tommy Davidson (In Living Color, Bamboozled),
      Kym Whitley (The Cleveland Show, Brian McKnight Show) and Byron
      Minns (Mongo Wrestling Alliance), all of whom starred in the
      feature film. Black Dynamite, the animated series, is being
      produced by Ars Nova. Jon Steingart, Carl Jones, and Jillian Apfelbaum
      are executive producers. Brian Ash is co-executive producer. Scott
      Sanders, Michael Jai White and Byron Minns are producers. Monica Jones
      is associate producer. Lesean Thomas is creative producer/supervising
      director. Original music by Adrian Younge. Black Dynamite is
      being animated by Titmouse, Inc.

    • TOONAMI – Beginning Saturday, May 26, Adult Swim brings
      back Toonami, the network’s popular block of anime programming.
      Airing weekly from midnight to 6 a.m. (ET/PT), in addition to the
      return of previous series featured in Toonami, Adult Swim is
      also developing new original anime programming for fans.

    • HOT PACKAGE – Premiering this fall on Adult Swim, Hot
      Package
      is a live-action fictional Canadian entertainment news
      program in vein of "Entertainment Tonight," "EXTRA," or "E! News.” Hot
      Package
      is created by and stars Derrick Beckles (TV Carnage),
      produced by Abominable Pictures, with Jon Stern and Derrick Beckles as
      executive producers.

    • UNTITLED HELL PROJECT – This new live-action series from
      Adult Swim is a workplace comedy about Gary, an associate demon, as he
      competes on the corporate ladder of the underworld. A Williams Street
      production, the show is created and directed by Dave Willis (Squidbillies, Aqua Teen Hunger Force) and Casper Kelly (Aqua Unit Patrol
      Squad 1, Squidbillies, Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law
      ).

    • ROBOT CHICKEN DC COMICS SPECIALComing this
      fall, the Robot Chicken DC Comics Special brings you the
      awesomeness of the DC Comics universe of characters as only Robot
      Chicken
      can, with amazing guest stars and the stop-motion sketch
      comedy you've come to love after five seasons of the popular Adult
      Swim series. The special features many Robot Chicken favorites
      including the Robot Chicken Nerd, the Humping Robot, Composite Santa,
      and the Mad Scientist who will be joined by characters of the DC
      Comics universe to poke fun at those with the most impressive powers
      and the lesser ones who can't really be called superheroes. The
      all-star cast includes Seth Green as Batman, Robin and the put-upon
      Aquaman, Paul Reubens as The Riddler, Neil Patrick Harris as Two-Face,
      Alfred Molina as Lex Luthor, Nathan Fillion as the Green Lantern,
      Megan Fox as Lois Lane, Breckin Meyer as Superman, plus Abe Benrubi,
      Alex Borstein, Clare Grant, Tara Strong, Matt Senreich, Tom Root, Zeb
      Wells, and Kevin Shinick as the narrator. The Robot Chicken DC
      Comics Special
      is executive produced by Stoopid Monkey's Seth
      Green and Matthew Senreich and their Stoopid Buddy Stoodios partners,
      Buddy Systems' John Harvatine IV and Eric Towner along with DC
      Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, and Warner Bros.
      Animation's Executive Vice President and Creative Affairs, Sam
      Register.

    • VENTURE BROTHERS HALLOWEEN SPECIALThis October
      on Adult Swim, the Venture Family fills your Halloween goody
      bag with fun-sized Truth. Created and directed by Jackson Publick and
      written by Publick and Doc Hammer, both of whom also provide voices
      for the special, the Venture Brothers Halloween Special is
      being animated by Titmouse, Inc.

    • BEFOREL ORELA Moral Orel special that
      sheds light on the origin of Orel’s religious nature and the birth of
      his brother, Shapey. Beforel Orel is created by Dino
      Stamatopoulos (Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole and Mr. Show).



    Pilots:


    • Untitled Animated Harold & Kumar Project (In Development)
      - An animated version of the eponymous blockbuster stoner comedy
      series. Produced by Lionsgate.

    • Rick & MortyA genius inventor grandfather and his
      less than genius grandson, and the journeys in life they share. From
      Dan Harmon (Community, Channel 101) and Justin Roiland.
      (30-minute animated)

    • Colonel Wallace (Working Title)An eccentric southern
      fried chicken magnate and his adventures with his family. Created by
      Greg Cohen (Conan O’Brien, King of the Hill, TV Funhouse).
      (15-minute animated)

    • Coffin DodgersA group of misfit grumps get into
      fraternity-style trouble at a cozy suburban retirement home. From Dave
      Silverstein and Matt Jeser (Drawn Together). (30-minute
      animated)

    • Green Bench: The American Day DreamA group of friends
      have pooled their money to buy a large office space for their
      business. The only problem is they haven’t quite figured out what that
      business is. In the meantime, it’s an awesome headquarters where their
      petty, self-centered, and mischievous minds can wander. From the
      internet sketch comedy sensation Green Bench and produced by Dakota
      Pictures. (30-minute live-action)

    • Freestyle Love SupremeThese I.T. guys work on their
      freestyle rapping at the office, much to the annoyance of their
      co-workers. Starring Lin-Manuel Miranda (In The Heights). From
      Ars Nova (Black Dynamite). (30-minute live-action)

    • King Star KingKing Star King is a modern day he-man
      who’s half-warrior, half-idiot. From artist JJ Villard (Monsters
      Vs. Aliens
      ) and Eric Kaplan (Big Bang Theory). (15-minute
      animated)

    • Rolling With Dad – A brilliant, but disabled man deals
      with his much less intelligent family. From Seth Grahame-Smith (Pride
      and Prejudice and Zombies
      ; Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter;
      Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows; The Hard Times of RJ Berger)
      and David Katzenberg (The Hard Times of RJ Berger). (30-minute
      animated)



    Ridiculous and Absurd Infomercials (That Sell You Nothing):


    • NTSF:SD:SUV::Home Security System – The state of the art
      home security system has arrived. Protect your home from every type of
      terrorist invasion. Through the installation of electrified moats,
      attack leopards, gun turrets, and even a mini detention center, NTSF:SD:SUV::HSS
      is the only type of security to make sure that your mailman is who he
      says he is and your next store neighbor is as friendly as they seem.
      Never have a surprise guest again. Be prepared for the worst with the
      best security money can buy. Produced by Abominable Pictures.

    • You’re Whole - Michael Ian Black introduces viewers to
      the best, most economical system for taking your life to the next
      level now available on 27 DVDs. Produced by Abominable Pictures.

    • Swords, Knives, Very Sharp Objects and Cutlery (Working Title) – A
      typical knife/sword infomercial and call-in show goes horribly wrong
      for host Dragon Shumway when the studio is suddenly attacked by bad
      guys and our host finally gets to realize the full potential of his
      weaponry by unleashing each one on his enemies. Created by and
      starring Rob Huebel and produced by Abominable Pictures.



    Returning series:


    • AQUA SOMETHING YOU KNOW WHATEVER – What happens when
      three wisecracking roommates go from chasing tail to the diaper pail?
      You'll find out, when Frylock, Meatwad, and Master Shake try their
      hands—and hearts—at raising a baby. But smelly diapers aren't the only
      thing changing this season—Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1 has been
      put to bed for a long nap and replaced by Aqua Something You Know
      Whatever
      , the show where Meatwad and the gang can get down to some
      serious parenting. This season, the Aqua Somethings find an
      ancient treasure map and follow it all the way to Argentina, where
      they're shocked to discover an orphaned baby on the 'x' that marks the
      spot. Outraged, Master Shake begins to throw the child off a steep
      embankment but one look into the baby's eyes, and the only thing
      getting thrown off a steep embankment is Shake's heart. Introducing
      Pepe the Pepper, the newest member of the Aqua Something You Know
      Whatever
      family—and boy is he a handful! Find out what happens
      when three not-so-eligible bachelors catch a case of baby fever, and
      the only cure is snuggle time. The only nipples these guys will be
      touching are gonna have a bottle on the other end. Aqua Something
      You Know Whatever
      premieres in June on Adult Swim. Aqua
      Something You Know Whatever
      is created by Dave Willis (Squidbillies)
      and Matt Maiellaro (12 oz. Mouse).

    • THE BOONDOCKS – Since the debut of the first season in
      2005, The Boondocks has been one of Adult Swim’s most popular
      and critically acclaimed series. The Peabody Award-winning animated
      series is based on Aaron McGruder’s comic strip by the same name.
      Produced by Rebel Base in association with Sony Pictures Television, The
      Boondocks
      returns with a new season on Adult Swim.

    • CHILDRENS HOSPITAL – This August, Childrens
      Hospital
      returns for its fourth season and continues to live up to
      its reputation as the greatest hospital drama in the history of
      recorded media. Applauded for its tight stories and medical accuracy,
      this season reaches new heights: an airborne virus threatens to
      destroy the hospital and perhaps society, a search for the mysterious
      PA announcer Sal Viscuso reveals an undercurrent of evil powering the
      hospital, the origins of Chief's handicaps are revealed, a beloved
      regular character dies a couple of times, and Sy gets a dog! Also,
      from across the pond, we bring you the British version of Childrens
      Hospital
      (subtitled). Finally, 30% more story and character
      development! For free! The show’s creative team is led by Rob Corddry (Hot
      Tub Time Machine
      , The Daily Show with Jon Stewart) and
      fellow executive producers/writers Jonathan Stern (The Ten;
      NTSF:SD:SUV::
      ) and David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer,
      Wanderlust, Superjail!
      ). Childrens Hospital is produced by
      Abominable Pictures and Warner Bros. Television Group’s Studio 2.0,
      and distributed by Warner Bros. Television.

    • CHINA, IL – Renewed for a second season, China, IL
      is about the worst school in America, where the teachers are crazy and
      the students just want to learn. In this second season of new
      half-hour episodes, we'll continue to follow the Professor Brothers,
      Frank & Steve Smith, as well as their TA Pony Merks &
      their man-child friend Babycakes, along with a host of other teachers,
      students and townies. Some examples of stories we'll see this season
      are Baby Cakes's Joe McCarthy-esque witch hunt for actual wizards and
      witches, Frank & Ronald Reagan's quest for Thomas Jefferson's
      legendary Crystal Castle, and a god who descends down on China, IL,
      turning it into a surfer town. China, IL was created by Brad
      Neely and is executive produced by Neely and Daniel Weidenfeld.

    • THE HEART, SHE HOLLER – Renewed for a second season, The
      Heart, She Holler
      is a live-action soap opera about folk who ain’t
      never used soap or seen an opera. It’s a satire on the emotional
      Hee-Hawification of America, set in a town so inbred, the folks have
      become almost supernaturally wrong. The series is produced by PFFR,
      and stars Patton Oswalt, Kristen Schaal and Heather Lawless.

    • LOITER SQUAD – Renewed for a second season after a
      top-rated premiere this March, Loiter Squad will continue to
      wreck havoc on Adult Swim. Loiter Squad is a 15 minute
      live-action show that features sketches, man on the street segments,
      pranks and music from Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All. The cast,
      featuring the Los Angeles collective of rappers, artists, and
      skateboarders, channel their multi-faceted creative talents in this
      off-the-wall showcase. Loiter Squad is produced by Dickhouse
      Entertainment—the Hollywood production partnership of Johnny
      Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine and Spike Jonze who have been the creative
      power behind hits including Jackass, Nitro Circus, Rob
      & Big
      , Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory, Wild Wonderful
      Whites of West Virginia, The Birth of Big Air
      and Wildboyz.
      Jeff Tremaine, Shanna Zablow, Dimitry Elyashkevich, and Lance Bangs
      from Dickhouse Entertainment are executive producers.

    • NTSF:SD:SUV::— This August on Adult Swim, terrorism is
      back and better than ever. Join Special Agent Trent Hauser and his
      elite counter-terrorist unit, NTSF:SD:SUV:: (National
      Terrorist Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle)
      for
      a second season of passionate yelling, pregnant pauses, and even more
      civilian casualties than last season! There will be Time Traveling,
      Robot Murders, Food Stealing Swedes, Talking Dogs, a Killer Santa
      Claus and a wedding. Terrorists—you've been warned—again! NTSF:SD:SUV::
      is created by Paul Scheer and stars Scheer, Rebecca Romijn, Rob
      Riggle, Kate Mulgrew, Brandon Johnson, June Diane Raphael, Martin
      Starr and Peter Sarafinowicz as the first sentient robot on
      television. NTSF:SD:SUV:: is produced by Abominable Pictures,
      Inc. Paul Scheer (The League, Human Giant), Jonathan Stern (The
      Ten
      ; Childrens Hospital) and Curtis Gwinn (Fat Guy Stuck
      in Internet
      ) are executive producers.

    • ROBOT CHICKEN— Premiering its sixth season this fall on
      Adult Swim, Robot Chicken uses stop-motion animation to bring
      pop-culture parodies to life in a modern take on the variety/sketch
      show format. The Emmy Award®-winning series began
      airing in February 2005 and remains among the top-rated original
      series on Adult Swim. Robot Chicken is created and
      executive produced by Stoopid Monkey Productions' Seth Green and
      Matthew Senreich and their Stoopid Buddy Stoodios partners, Buddy
      Systems' John Harvatine IV and Eric Towner, also serve as executive
      producers. Green and Senreich also write, voice and with Zeb Wells,
      direct the multiple Annie Award-winning series. Robot Chicken head
      writers/co-executive producers Douglas Goldstein and Tom Root are
      joined by season six writers Matthew Beans, Rachel Bloom, Mike Fasolo,
      Jessica Gao, Breckin Meyer, Jason Reich, Mehar Sethi, Tom Sheppard,
      Erik Weiner and Wells. For season six, Robot Chicken welcomes
      Elizabeth Banks, Sarah Chalke, Kat Dennings, Sam Elliott, Ben Foster,
      Whoopi Goldberg, Lucas Grabeel, Megan Hilty, Gillian Jacobs, Zachary
      Levi, J.B. Smoove, Liev Schreiber, Jon Stewart, Patrick Stewart,
      Stanly Tucci, Olivia Wilde, and Alex Winter.

    • SQUIDBILLIES – Premiering its sixth season this July,
      Adult Swim welcomes you back to the North Georgia
      Mountains, birthplace of hell raising and inhalant huffing. At the
      epicenter of this rural paradise is Dougal County, home to crippling
      gambling addictions, murderous corporations, sexual deviants, and the
      authentic southern mountain squid. Early Cuyler continues his reign as
      America’s favorite cephalopod in season six of Squidbillies,
      filled with love, murder, sobriety, and the secrets of the Catfish
      Kingdom. This time around Rusty tackles fatherhood, Early defends his
      reputation as the town’s biggest badass, Granny helps the Sheriff
      solve a series of butt thefts, Lil embraces the boring life of
      sobriety, and the Sheriff finds love east of the Iron Curtain. Come
      watch the Cuylers chase the southern dream of a rewarding job in the
      food service industry, all while using violence and alcohol to tackle
      life's toughest problems. It's good clean family fun, if your family
      is in the 18-35 demographic! Squidbillies is written and
      produced by Dave Willis (Aqua Teen Hunger Force) and Jim
      Fortier (Space Ghost Coast to Coast, The Brak Show).

    • SUPERJAIL! – This fall on Adult Swim, Superjail!
      slams back in general population for a third season of destruction.
      Triple the insanity. Triple the crazy. Triple the pain of being kicked
      in the guts really hard. Superjail! is produced at Titmouse
      Studios in N.Y. Series creators and executive producers Christy
      Karacas (Cartoon Sushi, Robotomy) and Stephen Warbrick (Beavis
      and Butthead, Celebrity Deathmatch
      ) have teamed up again to take
      this over-the-top animated series to the next level.



    Returning acquisitions:


    • AMERICAN DAD

    • BLEACH

    • CLEVELAND SHOW

    • FAMILY GUY

    • FULL METAL ALCHEMIST: BROTHERHOOD

    • KING OF THE HILL



    Adult Swim (AdultSwim.com),
    launched in 2001, is Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.’s network offering
    original and acquired animated and live-action series for young adults.
    Airing nightly from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. (ET/PT), Adult Swim is basic
    cable’s #1 network with persons 18-34 and 18-49, and is seen in 99
    million U.S. homes.


    Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and
    programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media
    environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the
    world.


    PHOTOGRAPHY


    Photos from the Adult Swim Upfront event can be found at WireImage.com.




The only "unaccounted for" series I can help with are:

METALOCALYPSE - Season 4 is in progress and airing now! Episodes are back down to 15 minutes from 30.

VENTURE BROS. - Alas, other than the special, there's no mention because the new season will take to air for ANOTHER year.

OFF THE AIR - I got nothing on this one, actually, but I'm still expecting occasional and sporadic new episodes of this awesome anthology because it looks like it costs next to nothing to produce

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    THE ERIC ANDRE SHOW – The series premieres on Sunday, May 20, at 12:30 a.m. (ET/PT) The Eric Andre Show may be the most manic and unorthodox late night talk show ever made.


This looks weird/intriguing in the commericals. Season Passing-ing.


    Beginning Saturday, May 26, Adult Swim brings
    back Toonami, the network’s popular block of anime programming.
    Airing weekly from midnight to 6 a.m. (ET/PT), in addition to the
    return of previous series featured in Toonami, Adult Swim is
    also developing new original anime programming for fans.


Yea, they brought it back on April 1st as a gag and, just six weeks later, they already have a plan to bring it back and new footage. A Christmas miracle! Not at all a marketing campaign.

I'm not complaining, I'll be up at 2AM sooner or later watching people's mouths not quite sync up with their voice.


    You’re Whole - Michael Ian Black introduces viewers to
    the best, most economical system for taking your life to the next
    level now available on 27 DVDs. Produced by Abominable Pictures.


will buy


    THE BOONDOCKS – Since the debut of the first season in
    2005, The Boondocks has been one of Adult Swim’s most popular
    and critically acclaimed series. The Peabody Award-winning animated
    series is based on Aaron McGruder’s comic strip by the same name.
    Produced by Rebel Base in association with Sony Pictures Television, The
    Boondocks returns with a new season on Adult Swim.


I do not believe this at all!



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    Originally posted by thecubsfan

      THE BOONDOCKS – Since the debut of the first season in
      2005, The Boondocks has been one of Adult Swim’s most popular
      and critically acclaimed series. The Peabody Award-winning animated
      series is based on Aaron McGruder’s comic strip by the same name.
      Produced by Rebel Base in association with Sony Pictures Television, The
      Boondocks returns with a new season on Adult Swim.


    I do not believe this at all!
Slightly more plausible than the comic strip returning.



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Newsreaders is superb. Gray whales: more like gay whales?
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