USA adult cartoon programme Adult Swim has officially come to Channel 4.

Adult Swim airs on Cartoon Network from 8pm-6am in the US but now you can watch it on E4.

With a whole host of different shows on offer from Rick and Morty to Robot Chicken, it’s unlikely you’ll get tired of Adult Swim any time soon.

Here are seven All 4 Adult Swim cartoons you need to watch…
Screen Shot: Mr Pickles S1 E1 – Adult Swim

Mr Pickles

Series 1 and 2 of Mr Pickles are now available to watch on All 4.

Set in the idyllic looking Old Town is Adult Swim’s Mr Pickles.

Mr Pickles is a dog with an evil streak although The Goodman family have no idea.

Mr Pickles’s owner, six-year-old Tommy, loves his dog but doesn’t see everything that his pet gets up to.
Screen Shot: Mr Pickles S1 E1 – Adult Swim

Robot Chicken

Robot Chicken is a stop-motion animation created by Family Guy’s Seth Green and Matthew Senreich.

The show’s main character was a normal chicken until he got run over.

He was then brought back to life as a cyborg by mad scientist Fritz Huhnmorder.

Each episode is usually based around current events or pop culture such as Star Wars and The Walking Dead.
Screen Shot: Robot Chicken S6 E1 – Adult Swim

Rick and Morty

Everyone’s favourite terrified 10-year-old and his crazy grandfather scientist, Rick, are also on Channel 4.

Seasons 1-3 of Rick and Morty launched on E4 on Friday, February 15th, with a double episode.

After that, the show will continue airing every Friday night at around 10:35 pm.
Rick and Morty

The Venture Bros

Seasons 1-6 of The Venture Bros are available to watch on All 4.

The cartoon sees two American teenagers hopping from one adventure to the next!
Screen Shot: The Venture Bros – Adult Swim

The Jellies

Forget the Simpsons or the Griffins, The Jellies – a family of jellyfish that have adopted a human son – are here now.

The Adult Swim show follows the cartoon family as their adoptive son, Cornell, attempts to “find himself”.
Screen Shot: The Jellies – Adult Swim

Hot Streets

A new addition to Adult Swim in 2018, Hot Streets was created by Brian Wysol and the team behind Robot Chicken.

The animation sees FBI Agent Mark Branski, his partner, his niece, and her dog investigate supernatural phenomena.

All 10 episodes of series 1 are available to watch on All 4.
Screen Shot: Hot Streets – Adult Swim

Ballmastrz: 9009

All 10 episodes of series 1 are available now on All 4.
Ballmastrz: 9009 is a cartoon set thousands of years in the future – in the year 9009.
The Ballmastrz work in teams and go up against each other in a violent sport called ‘The Game’.
Screen Shot: Ballmastrz: 9009 S1 E2 – Adult Swim


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