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Over the Garden Wall 

Two brothers find themselves lost in a mysterious land and try to find their way home.
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Top Rated TV #43 | Won 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 2 wins & 8 nominations. See more awards »
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Two brothers find themselves lost in a mysterious land and try to find their way home.

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The soundtrack for the show is one of the most requested. The mixtape, "For Sara", from Chapter 9, "Into the Unknown", was available on cassette for a limited time (Now available on Soundcloud), and the full soundtrack, on vinyl only, is soon to be released for a limited time (Executive Producer Patrick McHale actually unboxed it on his YouTube channel). The full soundtrack is going to be released on Soundcloud. See more »

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Greg: Look, it's full of black turtles! We're turtle rich!
Greg: [concerned] Y'know, it's kinda funny finding a basket of turtles in an abandoned house, huh?
Wirt: Ha ha, yeah. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha...!
Wirt: Greg, not that kind of funny.
Greg: Huh?
[realizing]
Greg: Oh.
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The name of Greg's frog listed during the end credits changes each episode based on the running gag that Greg keeps renaming it. See more »

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Referenced in Talking with Chris Hardwick: Elijah Wood (2017) See more »

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Cartoon Network's Triumphant Return
6 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

In May 2014, Stuart Snyder, the man responsible for single-handedly destroying Toonami, bringing in live-action schlock to CARTOON Network, establishing the "NO GIRLS ALLOWED"* policy for cartoons, declaring that boys only like comedy (as a member of that demographic, I can assure you that such a statement is completely asinine), and ultimately killing every good show the network made resigned as the President of the Network. And oh what glorious day it was.

If Cartoon Network made this series as an apology for the sins of Snyder, then it succeeded. This series is dark, atmospheric, weird and pretty scary at times. It's not bright, it's not dumbed-down, it doesn't hold back on the creep factor, especially for Tim Curry's character, Auntie Whispers, and it takes its audience seriously. And even though the cast has a lot of celebrity actors (aside from Tim Curry, they also got Christopher Lloyd and cast Elijah Wood as one of the two main leads), they got them because they knew these guys were perfect for the roles. The story is revealed a snippet at a time and from what little I've gathered from the two episodes it strikes me as being just as dark as the setting and atmosphere.

Oh, and just to put icing on the cake, they stuck the old Cartoon Network Studios animated logo on to the end of it like they used to for shows like Samurai Jack and Power Puff Girls, followed by the classic Cartoon Network logo with the Cartoon Cartoons theme dubbed over it.

They're back, and this is only the beginning of what I hope is another era akin to that of the late-90s/early-2000s.

*IMDb does not allow me to spell the word "GIRLS" with a backwards "R". Please pretend that it did.


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