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HBO Max Sets Premiere Dates for Adventure Time, Tig ‘n Seek And Others


HBO Max launches May 27, but not with much. The truly interesting material doesn’t arrive until at least a month later. That’s when BMO, the first chapter in Adventure Time’s revival, shows up — along with some other cool stuff.

The first in a four-part series of Ooo-related specials, focusing on everyone’s favorite green computer. Look for it June 25.

When there’s a deadly space emergency in the farthest reaches of the galaxy, there’s only one hero to call, and it’s probably not BMO. Except that this time it is!

This bonkers program is the live-action highlight of the DC Universe streaming service, for as long as we’ll have it. Season 2 premieres on HBO Max too, around June 25. We’d describe what happened in Season 1, but it would only make you dizzy.

DC’s strangest group of heroes — Cliff Steele aka Robotman (Brendan Fraser), Larry Trainor aka Negative Man (Matt Bomer), Rita Farr aka Elasti-Woman (April Bowlby), Jane aka Crazy Jane (Diane Guerrero), and Victor Stone aka Cyborg (Joivan Wade) — are back again to save the world. That is, if they can find a way to grow up…both figuratively and literally.

This was intended to be a Cartoon Network show, and if you don’t believe me, search the background of the OK KO episode “Crossover Nexus”…Tig and Seek appear as statues there. It will premiere July 23.

Tig n’ Seek follows an upbeat and eccentric 8-year-old named Tiggy and his cat, Gweeseek. Tiggy not only works at the Department of Lost and Found, finding lost items all throughout Wee-Gee City, he lives there, too! Though he tries to help his friends whenever he can, his over-eagerness and neurotic quirks often lead to chaos in the Department. Tiggy’s partner and best friend,, Gweeseek, is a graceful kitty who appears to be a normal cat, but is also capable of inventing extraordinary gadgets to help her friends in times of need.

The last new episode of this Alia Shawkat series aired on TBS in December of 2017, which makes its disappearance nearly as long as Close Enough. Unlike that show, though, we’ve been promised it’s still in production — with a Season 4 on the way. But first we have to get through Season 3, which appears June 25.