On Cartoon Network ‘Steven Universe’ Sets Last 10 Events

The “Steven Universe” adventure gives off an impression of being arriving at a resolution.

The first of the last 10 scenes of the Cartoon Network unique enlivened arrangement will make a big appearance March 6 at 7 p.m., the cabler reported Thursday. The run will end March 27 with a four-section arrangement finale.

Despite the fact that the following group of scenes is set to stamp the finish of “Steven Universe,” arrangement maker Rebecca Sugar indicated in an explanation that she isn’t finished investigating the universe of the show.

“I’m so excited for the final episodes of ‘Steven Universe Future’ to be out in the world, and so grateful to our audience for supporting our show for all these years. It has been an eye-opening experience to meet the community that has come together around the show: I have been so moved, and I have felt so seen,” said Sugar. “I have always been a firm believer in the power of cartoons, and these days it’s undeniable: the friendships forged over this show, the artists inspired to draw, the families that watched together and saw each other in these characters, fill me with awe and renew my love of animation every day. Though our epilogue series is coming to a close, please trust that like us, these characters will always be growing, changing, and supporting each other. From the bottom of my heart, thank you so much for watching our show.”

Created via Cartoon Network Studios, “Steven Universe” recounts to the narrative of Steven, the child of a human and a mystical outsider. The show has been respected by GLAAD and Common Sense Media, and got a Peabody Award in 2019. The main emphasis of the arrangement debuted in 2013 and went through 2019, at that point was followed that equivalent year by the presentation of “Steven Universe Future,” a restricted arrangement proceeding with the first show.

“Steven Universe broke ground for young audiences with a rich representation of diverse and fully realized characters, unique original music, and for its use of empathy as a story driver,” said Rob Sorcher, boss substance official for Cartoon Network. “Cartoon Network Studios is immensely proud of Rebecca Sugar and of this series– which has changed lives. Along with millions of devoted fans around the world, we will always Believe in Steven.”

Author: Leon Williams

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