Regular Show Has Been All But Wiped From Cartoon Network


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Regular Show made its debut on Cartoon Network in 2010, captivating audiences with its eight seasons and an astounding 261 episodes chronicling the adventures of Mordecai, Rigby, and their fellow park workers. Created by J.G. Quintel, the series concluded with a finale that befit the beloved characters who had been followed by devoted animation fans throughout its run. Unfortunately, it appears that a significant amount of Regular Show content has been removed from Cartoon Network's website, leaving fans perplexed and lacking any clear explanation for the decision.

In recent times, many animation enthusiasts have been apprehensive about their favorite shows and movies being removed from streaming services like MAX. To the disappointment of devoted followers and creators alike, fan-favorite series such as Infinity Train, Summer Camp Island, and OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes were all entirely removed from the streaming platform, leaving a sense of frustration regarding the decision. Ironically, the creator of Regular Show experienced a similar fate with his subsequent series, Close Enough. Taking a more mature approach while retaining a similar animation style to Regular Show, Close Enough also faced removal from MAX after three seasons, and its chances of a comeback seem uncertain, if not unlikely.

Regular Show Removal

Fans and media outlets alike have observed the conspicuous absence of nearly all content related to Regular Show on Cartoon Network's platforms, with the exception of online games like "RigBMX." However, for those yearning to relive the adventures of Mordecai and Rigby or discover them for the first time, the series is currently available for streaming on both MAX and Hulu. Unfortunately, MAX has removed the Regular Show Movie from its platform, sparking concerns about the potential fate of the entire television series.

While series creator J.G. Quintel has not directly addressed the content removal, he did share a statement on his Official Twitter Account last year following the cancelation of Close Enough. The statement reads as follows: "It's true, Close Enough is ending after 3 seasons. I feel fortunate to have worked on this project with so many talented people. Thank you to everyone that helped bring it to life, and to everyone who watched!"

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