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Anime (Japanese: アニメ, pronounced [a.ɲ] (📷listen)) is hand-drawn and computer animation originating from Japan. Anime, a term derived from the English word animation, is used in Japanese to describe all animation, regardless of style or origin. Outside of Japan, anime can refer either to animated works produced in Japan, or to their common visual style), which has since been adopted by a minority of works produced in other countries.[1]


Main article: History of anime 📷 A frame from Namakura Gatana (1917), the oldest surviving Japanese animated short film made for cinemas
Animation in Japan began in the early 20th century, when filmmakers started to experiment with techniques pioneered in France, Germany, the United States, and Russia.[9] A claim for the earliest Japanese animation is Katsudō Shashin (c. 1907),[13] a private work by an unknown creator.[14] In 1917, the first professional and publicly displayed works began to appear; animators such as Ōten Shimokawa, Seitarō Kitayama, and Jun'ichi Kōuchi (considered the "fathers of anime") produced numerous films, the oldest surviving of which is Kōuchi's Namakura Gatana.[15] Many early works were lost with the destruction of Shimokawa's warehouse in the 1923 Great Kantō earthquake.[16]
By the mid-1930s animation was well-established in Japan as an alternative format to the live-action industry. It suffered competition from foreign producers, such as Disney, and many animators, including Noburō Ōfuji and Yasuji Murata, continued to work with cheaper cutout animation rather than cel animation.[17] Other creators, including Kenzō Masaoka and Mitsuyo Seo, nevertheless made great strides in technique, benefiting from the patronage of the government, which employed animators to produce educational shorts and propaganda.[18] In 1940, the government dissolved several artists' organizations to form the Shin Nippon Mangaka Kyōkai.[a][19] The first talkie anime was Chikara to Onna no Yo no Naka (1933), a short film produced by Masaoka.[20][21] The first feature-length anime film was Momotaro: Sacred Sailors (1945), produced by Seo with a sponsorship from the Imperial Japanese Navy.[22]
📷 Momotaro: Sacred Sailors (1945), the first feature-length anime film
The 1950s saw a proliferation of short, animated advertisements made in Japan for television broadcasting.[23] In the 1960s, manga artist and animator Osamu Tezuka adapted and simplified many Disney animation techniques to reduce costs and limit frame counts in his productions.[24] He originally intended these as temporary measures to allow him to produce material on a tight schedule with an inexperienced staff, though many of his limited animation practices would later come to define the medium's style.[25] Three Tales) (1960) was the first anime film broadcast on television;[26] the first anime television series was Instant History (1961–64).[27] An early and influential success was Astro Boy) (1963–66), a television series directed by Tezuka based on his manga of the same name. Many animators at Tezuka's Mushi Production would later establish major studios (such as Madhouse), Sunrise), and Pierrot)).
The 1970s saw growth in the popularity of manga, many of which were later animated. Tezuka's work—and that of other pioneers in the field—inspired characteristics and genres that remain fundamental elements of anime today. The giant robot genre (also known as "mecha"), for instance, took shape under Tezuka, developed into the super robot genre under Go Nagai and others, and was revolutionized at the end of the decade by Yoshiyuki Tomino, who developed the real robot genre.[28] Robot anime series such as Gundam and Super Dimension Fortress Macross became instant classics in the 1980s, and the genre remained one of the most popular in the following decades.[29] The bubble economy of the 1980s spurred a new era of high-budget and experimental anime films, including Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind) (1984), Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honnêamise (1987), and Akira) (1988).[30]
Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995), a television series produced by Gainax and directed by Hideaki Anno, began another era of experimental anime titles, such as Ghost in the Shell) (1995) and Cowboy Bebop (1998). In the 1990s, anime also began attracting greater interest in Western countries; major international successes include Sailor Moon) and Dragon Ball Z, both of which were dubbed) into more than a dozen languages worldwide. In 2003, Spirited Away, a Studio Ghibli feature film directed by Hayao Miyazaki, won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature at the 75th Academy Awards. It later became the highest-grossing anime film,[b] earning more than $355 million. Since the 2000s, an increased number of anime works have been adaptations of light novels and visual novels; successful examples include The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and Fate/stay night (both 2006).


Modern anime follows a typical animation production process, involving storyboarding, voice acting, character design, and cel production. Since the 1990s, animators have increasingly used computer animation to improve the efficiency of the production process. Early anime works were experimental, and consisted of images drawn on blackboards, stop motion animation of paper cutouts, and silhouette animation.[32][33] Cel animation grew in popularity until it came to dominate the medium. In the 21st century, the use of other animation techniques is mostly limited to independent short films,[34] including the stop motion puppet animation work produced by Tadahito Mochinaga, Kihachirō Kawamoto and Tomoyasu Murata.[35][36] Computers were integrated into the animation process in the 1990s, with works such as Ghost in the Shell) and Princess Mononoke mixing cel animation with computer-generated images.[37] Fuji Film, a major cel production company, announced it would stop cel production, producing an industry panic to procure cel imports and hastening the switch to digital processes.[37]
Prior to the digital era, anime was produced with traditional animation methods using a pose to pose approach.[32] The majority of mainstream anime uses fewer expressive key frames and more in-between animation.[38]
Japanese animation studios were pioneers of many limited animation techniques, and have given anime a distinct set of conventions. Unlike Disney animation, where the emphasis is on the movement, anime emphasizes the art quality and let limited animation techniques make up for the lack of time spent on movement. Such techniques are often used not only to meet deadlines but also as artistic devices.[39] Anime scenes place emphasis on achieving three-dimensional views, and backgrounds are instrumental in creating the atmosphere of the work.[9] The backgrounds are not always invented and are occasionally based on real locations, as exemplified in Howl's Moving Castle) and The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya).[40][41] Oppliger stated that anime is one of the rare mediums where putting together an all-star cast usually comes out looking "tremendously impressive".[42]
The cinematic effects of anime differentiates itself from the stage plays found in American animation. Anime is cinematically shot as if by camera, including panning, zooming, distance and angle shots to more complex dynamic shots that would be difficult to produce in reality.[43][44][45] In anime, the animation is produced before the voice acting, contrary to American animation which does the voice acting first; this can cause lip sync errors in the Japanese version.[46]


Body proportions of human anime characters tend to accurately reflect the proportions of the human body in reality. The height of the head is considered by the artist as the base unit of proportion. Head heights can vary, but most anime characters are about seven to eight heads tall.[47] Anime artists occasionally make deliberate modifications to body proportions to produce super deformed characters that feature a disproportionately small body compared to the head; many super deformed characters are two to four heads tall. Some anime works like Crayon Shin-chan completely disregard these proportions, in such a way that they resemble caricatured Western cartoons.
A common anime character design convention is exaggerated eye size. The animation of characters with large eyes in anime can be traced back to Osamu Tezuka, who was deeply influenced by such early animation characters as Betty Boop, who was drawn with disproportionately large eyes.[48] Tezuka is a central figure in anime and manga history, whose iconic art style and character designs allowed for the entire range of human emotions to be depicted solely through the eyes.[49] The artist adds variable color shading to the eyes and particularly to the cornea to give them greater depth. Generally, a mixture of a light shade, the tone color, and a dark shade is used.[50][51] Cultural anthropologist Matt Thorn argues that Japanese animators and audiences do not perceive such stylized eyes as inherently more or less foreign.[52] However, not all anime characters have large eyes. For example, the works of Hayao Miyazaki are known for having realistically proportioned eyes, as well as realistic hair colors on their characters.[53]
📷 Anime and manga artists often draw from a defined set of facial expressions to depict particular emotions
Hair in anime is often unnaturally lively and colorful or uniquely styled. The movement of hair in anime is exaggerated and "hair action" is used to emphasize the action and emotions of characters for added visual effect.[54] Poitras traces hairstyle color to cover illustrations on manga, where eye-catching artwork and colorful tones are attractive for children's manga.[54] Despite being produced for a domestic market, anime features characters whose race or nationality is not always defined, and this is often a deliberate decision, such as in the Pokémon) animated series.[55]
Anime and manga artists often draw from a common canon of iconic facial expression illustrations to denote particular moods and thoughts.[56] These techniques are often different in form than their counterparts in Western animation, and they include a fixed iconography that is used as shorthand for certain emotions and moods.[57] For example, a male character may develop a nosebleed when aroused.[57] A variety of visual symbols are employed, including sweat drops to depict nervousness, visible blushing for embarrassment, or glowing eyes for an intense glare.[58]


See also: List of anime distributed in the United States
Anime has become commercially profitable in Western countries, as demonstrated by early commercially successful Western adaptations of anime, such as Astro Boy) and Speed Racer. Early American adaptions in the 1960s made Japan expand into the continental European market, first with productions aimed at European and Japanese children, such as Heidi, Vicky the Viking and Barbapapa, which aired in various countries. Particularly Italy, Spain and France grew an interest into Japan's output, due to its cheap selling price and productive output. In fact, Italy imported the most anime outside of Japan.[101] These mass imports influenced anime popularity in South American, Arabic and German markets.[102]
The beginning of 1980 saw the introduction of Japanese anime series into the American culture. In the 1990s, Japanese animation slowly gained popularity in America. Media companies such as Viz and Mixx began publishing and releasing animation into the American market.[103] The 1988 film Akira) is largely credited with popularizing anime in the Western world during the early 1990s, before anime was further popularized by television shows such as Pokémon) and Dragon Ball Z in the late 1990s.[104][105] The growth of the Internet later provided international audiences an easy way to access Japanese content.[92] Early on, online piracy played a major role in this, through over time legal alternatives appeared. This is especially the case with net services such as Netflix and Crunchyroll which have large catalogs in Western countries, although as of 2020 anime fans in many non-Western countries, such as India or Southeast Asia, have difficulty obtaining access to legal content, and therefore still turn to online piracy.[106][107][93][108]

Anime style

Main article: Anime-influenced animation
One of the key points that made anime different from a handful of Western cartoons is the potential for visceral content. Once the expectation that the aspects of visual intrigue or animation being just for children is put aside, the audience can realize that themes involving violence, suffering, sexuality, pain, and death can all be storytelling elements utilized in anime as much as other types of media.[117] However, as anime itself became increasingly popular, its styling has been inevitably the subject of both satire and serious creative productions.[1] South Park's "Chinpokomon" and "Good Times with Weapons" episodes, Adult Swim's Perfect Hair Forever, and Nickelodeon's Kappa Mikey are Western examples of satirical depictions of Japanese culture and anime, but anime tropes have also been satirized by some anime, such as KonoSuba.
Traditionally only Japanese works have been considered anime, but some works have sparked debate for blurring the lines between anime and cartoons, such as the American anime style production Avatar: The Last Airbender.[118] These anime styled works have become defined as anime-influenced animation, in an attempt to classify all anime styled works of non-Japanese origin.[119] Some creators of these works cite anime as a source of inspiration, for example the French production team for Ōban Star-Racers that moved to Tokyo to collaborate with a Japanese production team.[120][121][122] When anime is defined as a "style" rather than as a national product it leaves open the possibility of anime being produced in other countries,[118] but this has been contentious amongst fans, with John Oppliger stating, "The insistence on referring to original American art as Japanese "anime" or "manga" robs the work of its cultural identity."[1][123]
A U.A.E.-Filipino produced TV series called Torkaizer is dubbed as the "Middle East's First Anime Show", and is currently in production[124] and looking for funding.[125] Netflix has produced multiple anime series in collaboration with Japanese animation studios,[126] and in doing so, has offered a more accessible channel for distribution to Western markets.[127]
The web-based series RWBY, produced by Texas-based company Rooster Teeth, is produced using an anime art style, and the series has been described as "anime" by multiple sources. For example, Adweek, in the headline to one of its articles, described the series as "American-made anime",[128] and in another headline, The Huffington Post described it as simply "anime", without referencing its country of origin.[129] In 2013, Monty Oum, the creator of RWBY, said "Some believe just like Scotch needs to be made in Scotland, an American company can't make anime. I think that's a narrow way of seeing it. Anime is an art form, and to say only one country can make this art is wrong."[130] RWBY has been released in Japan with a Japanese language dub;[131] the CEO of Rooster Teeth, Matt Hullum, commented "This is the first time any American-made anime has been marketed to Japan. It definitely usually works the other way around, and we're really pleased about that."[128]
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Counted up every single character in the franchise again for an updated version of my old list. This includes book characters, FIS2 characters, World characters, game characters, etc.

  1. Freddy Fazbear
  2. Bonnie the Bunny
  3. Chica the Chicken
  4. Foxy the Pirate
  5. Yellow Bear
  6. Endoskeleton 01
  7. Mike S.
  8. Toy Freddy
  9. Toy Bonnie
  10. Toy Chica
  11. Mangle
  12. Balloon Boy
  13. JJ
  14. The Puppet
  15. Jeremy F.
  16. Withered Freddy
  17. Withered Bonnie
  18. Withered Chica
  19. Withered Foxy
  20. W. Golden Freddy
  21. Endoskeleton 02
  22. Shadow Bonnie
  23. Shadow Freddy
  24. Fritz Smith
  25. Phone Guy
  26. Purple Guy
  27. FNaF 3 Guard
  28. Springtrap
  29. Phantom Freddy
  30. Phantom Foxy
  31. Phantom Chica
  32. Phantom BB
  33. Phantom Mangle
  34. Phantom Puppet
  35. Michael Afton
  36. Crying Child
  37. Pigtail Girl
  38. Balloon Kid
  39. Laughing Kid on the Curve
  40. Plushbonnie Girl
  41. Toy Figures Girl
  42. Physic Friend Fredbear
  43. Freddy Bully
  44. Bonnie Bully
  45. Chica Bully
  46. Foxy Bully
  47. Fredbear Preformer
  48. Springbonnie Preformer(?)
  49. Fredbear
  50. Springbonnie
  51. Nightmare Freddy
  52. Nightmare Bonnie
  53. Nightmare Chica
  54. Nightmare Foxy
  55. Plushtrap
  56. Nightmare Fredbear
  57. Nightmare
  58. Jack-O-Bonnie
  59. Jack-O-Chica
  60. Nightmare BB
  61. Nightmare Mangle
  62. Nightmarrione
  63. Cupcake
  64. Toy Cupcake
  65. Phantom Cupcake (Chica's Party Easter Egg)
  66. Nightmare Cupcake
  67. Pumpkin
  68. Adventure Freddy
  69. Adventure Bonnie
  70. Adventure Chica
  71. Adventure Foxy
  72. Adventure Toy Freddy
  73. Adventure Toy Bonnie
  74. Adventure Toy Chica
  75. Adventure Mangle
  76. Adventure BB
  77. Adventure JJ
  78. Adventure Phantom Freddy
  79. Adventure Phantom Chica
  80. Adventure Phantom BB
  81. Adventure Phantom Foxy
  82. Adventure Phantom Mangle
  83. Adventure Withered Bonnie
  84. Adventure Withered Chica
  85. Adventure Withered Freddy
  86. Adventure Withered Foxy
  87. Adventure Shadow Freddy
  88. Adventure Puppet
  89. Adventure Phantom Puppet
  90. Adventure Golden Freddy
  91. Adventure Paper Pals
  92. Adventure Nightmare Freddy
  93. Adventure Nightmare Bonnie
  94. Adventure Nightmare Chica
  95. Adventure Nightmare Foxy
  96. Adventure Endo 01
  97. Adventure Endo 02
  98. Adventure Plushtrap
  99. Adventure Endoplush
  100. Adventure Springtrap
  101. Adventure RXQ
  102. Adventure Crying Child
  103. Adventure Funtime Foxy
  104. Adventure Nightmare Fredbear
  105. Adventure Nightmare
  106. Adventure Fredbear
  107. Adventure Springbonnie
  108. Adventure Jack-O-Bonnie
  109. Adventure Jack-O-Chica
  110. Animdude
  111. Chipper
  112. Adventure Nightmare BB
  113. Adventure Nightmarrione
  114. Coffee
  115. Adventure Purple Guy
  116. Lolbit
  117. Mendo
  118. DeeDee
  119. Foxy.EXE
  120. Space Freddy
  121. Jar-Head Scott
  122. Soul-Dozer
  123. Chica's Magic Rainbow
  124. Paper Pal Freddy
  125. Paper Pal Bonnie
  126. Paper Pal BB
  127. Auto Chipper
  128. Bouncer
  129. Browboy
  130. Chipper's Revenge
  131. Eyesore
  132. Gold Endo
  133. Mad Endo
  134. Overclock
  135. Porkpatch
  136. Purplegeist
  137. AnimFreddy
  138. RPG Freddy
  139. RPG Bonnie
  140. RPG Chica
  141. Sit N' Freddy
  142. Seagoon
  143. Security
  144. Snowcone
  145. Supergoon
  146. Ballboy
  147. Beartrap
  148. Blacktrap
  149. Bouncepot
  150. Boxbyte
  151. Chillax
  152. Chop N' Roll
  153. Colossal
  154. Crapapple
  155. Dogfight
  156. Flan
  157. Gearrat
  158. Goldmine
  159. Graveweed
  160. Jangle
  161. Mechrab
  162. Meringue
  163. Metalman
  164. Neon
  165. P. Goon
  166. Prototype
  167. Quarry
  168. Redbear
  169. Rot
  170. Seaweed
  171. Tangle
  172. Tombstack
  173. Totemole
  174. Redbear
  175. White Rabbit
  176. %_^^&(
  177. _!2222
  178. Bubba
  179. Porkpatch
  180. Small Bee Byte
  181. Medium Bee Byte
  182. Big Bee Byte
  183. Small Health Byte
  184. Medium Health Byte
  185. Large Bee Byte
  186. Small Reaper Byte
  187. Medium Reaper Byte
  188. Large Reaper Byte
  189. Small UFO Byte
  190. Medium UFO Byte
  191. Large UFO Byte
  192. Small Target Byte
  193. Medium Target Byte
  194. Large Target Byte
  195. Small Bomb Byte
  196. Medium Bomb Byte
  197. Large Bomb Byte
  198. Small Eye Byte
  199. Medium Eye Byte
  200. Large Eye Byte
  201. Pearl Byte
  202. Fan unlockable
  203. Dancing Shadow Thing
  204. Ball Boy (Troll Game)
  205. Mad Endo (Troll Game)
  206. Cheesehead
  207. Tangle (Troll Game)
  208. Prototype (Troll Game)
  209. Half-Bake
  210. Brow Boy (Troll Game)
  211. Big Jack
  212. Anchovy
  213. Quad-Endo
  214. Mudpie
  215. Xangle
  216. Redbear (Troll Game)
  217. Security (Troll Game)
  218. Mini-P
  219. Purplegeist (Troll Game)
  220. Guy in the Update 2 ending
  221. Charlie
  222. John
  223. Jessica
  224. Carlton
  225. Marla
  226. Jason
  227. Lamar
  228. Aunt Jen
  229. Michael (TSE)
  230. Joan Brooks (Michaels Mother)
  231. Donald Brooks (Michaels Father)
  232. Clay Burke
  233. Sammy
  234. Betty Burke (Carltons Mother)
  235. Dave Miller (William Afton)
  236. Officer Dunn
  237. Harriet (Libraian in Hurricane)
  238. Freddy (TSE)
  239. Bonnie (TSE)
  240. Chica (TSE)
  241. Foxy (TSE)
  242. Carlton's Suit
  243. Theodore
  244. Ella
  245. Stanley
  246. Dr. Treadwell (Charlie's College Professor)
  247. Arty (Charlie's College Friend)
  248. Twisted Freddy
  249. Twisted Bonnie
  250. Twisted Foxy
  251. Twisted Wolf
  252. Mangle (TFC)
  253. Springtrap (Books)
  254. Funtime Freddy (TFC)
  255. Circus Baby (TFC)
  256. Baby Crawlers
  257. Fritz
  258. Clown Attraction Thing
  259. Gabriel
  260. Susie
  261. Jeremy
  262. Ron
  263. Alanna
  264. Jacob
  265. Lisa
  266. Charlotte's Mother (Mentioned)
  267. Cassidy
  268. Luis
  269. Oliver
  270. Delia
  271. Bob
  272. Steve
  273. Scrap Chica
  274. Circus Baby
  275. Funtime Freddy
  276. Funtime Foxy
  277. Ballora
  278. Minireenas
  279. Bidybabs
  280. Bon-Bon
  281. Elizabeth Afton
  282. Afton Robotics Worker
  283. Yenndo
  284. Lolbit (CN)
  285. Bonnet
  286. Electrobab
  287. Ennard
  288. Female Computer A.I. Voice
  289. Dead Technician #1
  290. Dead Technician #2
  291. Minigame Freddy
  292. Helpy
  293. Scrap Baby
  294. Scraptrap
  295. Molten Freddy
  296. Lefty
  297. Bucket Bob
  298. Pan Stan
  299. Mr. Can-Do
  300. Mr. Hugs
  301. No. 1 Crate
  302. Gumball Swivelhands
  303. Candy Cadet
  304. Happy Frog
  305. Mr. Hippo
  306. Nedd Bear
  307. PorkPatch
  308. Orville
  309. Lemonade Clown
  310. Fruit Punch Clown
  311. Rockstar Freddy
  312. Rockstar Bonnie
  313. Rockstar Chica
  314. Rockstar Foxy
  315. Egg Baby
  316. Prize King
  317. Security Puppet
  318. Music Man
  319. El Chip
  320. Funtime Chica
  321. Cutscene Mangle
  322. Cutscene Freddy
  323. Cutscene Foxy
  324. Toy Chica (The High School Years)
  325. Freddy (High School)
  326. Wolf (High School)
  327. Puppet (High School)
  328. PorkPatch (High School)
  329. Toy Bonnie (High School)
  330. Funtime Cupcake
  331. Parrot
  332. Charlie (Games)
  333. Gas Station Guy from TTO
  334. Phone Dude
  335. Vlad
  336. Clara
  337. Vlad Jr. (Baby)
  338. XOR
  339. Sergei (TFC)
  340. Handunit
  341. Tutorial Unit
  342. Mimic Ball Thing
  343. Haunting Freddy
  344. Virtua-Freddy
  345. Pink Fish Animatronic (World)
  346. Yellow Fish Animatronic
  347. Green Fish Animatronic
  348. Blue Fish Animatronic
  349. Orange Fish Animatronic
  350. Henry
  351. Malhare/Glitchtrap/Whatever you wanna call him
  352. Dreadbear
  353. Grim Foxy
  354. Vanny
  355. PlushBaby #1
  356. PlushBaby #2
  357. Plusbaby #3
  358. Tape Girl
  359. "Blacklight" Bonnie [HW Hard Mode]
  360. "Shadow" Freddy [HW Hard Mode]
  361. "Blacklight" Chica [HW Hard Mode]
  362. "Burnt'" Foxy [HW Hard Mode]
  363. Deranged Lunatic/Rogue Indie Developer
  364. Old Man Consequences
  365. Freddy Frostbear
  366. Freddy [FIS2]
  367. Bonnie [FIS2]
  368. Chica [FIS2]
  369. Foxy [FIS2]
  370. Golden Freddy [FIS2]
  371. The Puppet [FIS2]
  372. Lolbit [FIS2]
  373. Fredbear [FIS2]
  374. Freddy's Son
  375. Giant Terminator Chica
  376. Bat Foxy
  377. Cannon Cupcake
  378. Chicanator
  379. Cyclops Alien
  380. Foxbot
  381. Ghost Freddy [FIS2]
  382. Hammer-Head Puppet
  383. High School Chica Bot
  384. Machine Claw
  385. Piranha
  386. Pirate Ship
  387. Pirate Wolf
  388. Pogo Foxy
  389. Shadow Mask
  390. Already-Ate Chica
  391. Chica Defense Network
  392. Easter Bonnie
  393. F.O.X. Tank
  394. Franken-Foxy
  395. Fully Loaded Rabbit
  396. L.O.L.Z.H.A.X.
  397. Mariominous
  398. Puppenator
  399. Robo Chica WIP
  400. Rocket Fox
  401. Sockpuppet
  402. Totem Panic
  403. Animdude [FIS2]
  404. Mad Theorists
  405. The Revenge
  406. Mechiplier
  407. Poopet Master
  408. S. Cotton
  409. Oswald
  410. Jeff
  411. Oswald's dad
  412. Chuck
  413. Chuck's friend
  414. Oswald's mom
  415. Gabriela
  416. Sarah
  417. Sarah's friend
  418. Millie
  419. Millie's Grandfather
  420. Millie's Cousin
  421. Millie's Other Cousin
  422. Millie's Uncle who I forgot the name of
  423. Millie's Aunt who I forgot the name of
  424. Millie's ex who I forgot the name of
  425. Millie's dad
  426. Millie's mom
  427. Millie's rival
  428. Greg
  429. Greg's crush
  430. Greg's friend
  431. Greg's other friend
  432. Greg's mom
  433. Greg's dad
  434. Uncle Dare
  435. Greg's crush's dad
  436. Greg's crush's mom
  437. Alec
  438. Hazel
  439. Alec's Mom
  440. Alec's Dad
  441. Alec's Aunt
  442. Charlie [Lonely Freddy]
  443. Yarg Foxy
  444. Oscar
  445. Oscar's friend
  446. Oscar's other friend
  447. Oscar's mom
  448. Into the Pit Springbonnie
  449. Eleanor
  450. CTW Funtime Freddy
  451. Plushtrap Chaser
  452. Fetch
  453. Lonely Freddy
  454. Tristan [AR]
  455. Ness (Counting as a separate character for right now) [AR]
  456. Nora [AR]
  457. Steven Wilson [AR]
  458. Anna Kwemto [AR]
  459. James Campbell [AR]
  460. Luis
  461. Daniel Rocha [AR]
  462. Mark Cho [AR]
  463. Raha Salib [AR]
  464. Frostbear
  465. Shamrock Freddy
  466. Glamrock Freddy
  467. Glamrock Monty
  468. Unnamed Glamrock #2
  469. Unnamed Glamrock #3
In total, there's 469 characters in the series as of now.
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HBO Max Originals Megathread

HBO Max will launch in May 2020, with a monthly price of $14.99. Existing AT&T HBO customers and HBO Now subscribers who are billed through HBO directly will get access to HBO Max at launch for no extra cost. AT&T customers who are already subscribed to one of AT&T’s services will get one year of HBO Max for free.
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Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Danai Gurira (creator, showrunner, 101).
Starring: Lupita Nyong’o (Ifemelu).
Synopsis: The miniseries tells the story of Ifemelu (Nyong’o), a young, beautiful, self-assured woman raised in Nigeria, who as a teenager falls in love with her classmate Obinze. Living in a military-ruled country, they each depart for the west, with Ifemelu heading for America, where, despite her academic success, she is forced to grapple for the first time with what it means to be black. Quiet, thoughtful Obinze had hoped to join her, but with post-9/11 America closed to him, he instead plunges into a dangerous undocumented life in London.


Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Rick Jaffa (co-creator), Amanda Silver (co-creator).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: The animated series is a modern take on the world of Greek mythology told from the powerful feminist perspective of the goddess Circe, who transforms from an awkward nymph to a formidable witch, able to challenge gods, titans and monsters alike.

Close Enough

Premiere Date: TBA. (Likely May 2020).
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): J.G. Quintel (creator, 101), Deepak Sethi, Kristy Grant.
Starring: J.G. Quintel.
Synopsis: This absurdist animated comedy follows a millennial couple, their young daughter, and the divorced friends who live with them in an L.A. duplex. The show revolves around the married couple juggling such everyday challenges as parenthood, friendship, ham theft, stripper clowns and choosing the right day care.

College Girls [w/t]

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Mindy Kaling (creator, showrunner).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: The single-camera comedy following three 18-year-old freshman roommates at Evermore College in Vermont. A bundle of contradictions and hormones, these sexually active college girls are equal parts lovable and infuriating.

Crime Farm

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Janine Sherman Barrois (creator).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: A psychosexual love story that follows Selma and Richard Eikelenboom, forensic homicide experts whose marriage thrives on their all-consuming investigations into the depravity of the world’s most notorious criminals. As a seminal case upends the paradigm of their relationship, their unique, unconventional and sometimes dangerous arrangement stretches the boundaries of marriage and science to the limit.

DC Super Hero High

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Scott Weinger (creator).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: A half-hour comedy series that follows a group of students experiencing the fun and drama of adolescence at a boarding school for gifted kids. These teens are just trying to navigate the pressures of high school, but none of them realize that someday they will become legendary DC Super Heroes.

Dune: The Sisterhood

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): Denis Villeneuve (101).
Writer(s): Jon Spaihts (creator), Dana Calvo (showrunner).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: Told through the eyes of a mysterious order of women known as the Bene Gesserit. Given extraordinary abilities by their mastery of the body and the mind, the Bene Gesserit expertly weave through the feudal politics and intrigue of The Imperium, pursuing plans of their own that will ultimately lead them to the enigmatic planet Arrakis, known to its inhabitants as Dune. Set in the universe of Frank Herbert’s epic ‘Dune’ novel series.
Note: The search for a showrunner to replace Jon Spaihts is underway.

Grease: Rydell High

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): TBA.
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: The series is still set in the 1950s, a world that rocks with big musical numbers from the period combined with new original songs as well. It’s the peer pressures of high school, the horrors of puberty, and the rollercoaster of life in middle America with a modern sensibility that will bring it to life for today’s musical lovers. The new take reimagines the original movie and will feature some characters from it.

Green Lantern

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): TBA.
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: Based on the characters from the iconic DC comic.

Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Tze Chun (creator, 101-110), Anna Christopher (101-110).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: Set in 1920s Shanghai, the animated origin story reveals how 10-year-old Sam Wing met the young Mogwai called Gizmo. Along with a teenage street thief named Elle, Sam and Gizmo take a perilous journey through the Chinese countryside, encountering, and sometimes battling, colorful monsters and spirits from Chinese folklore. On their quest to return Gizmo to his family and uncover a legendary treasure, they are pursued by a power-hungry industrialist and his growing army of evil Gremlins.


Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): C.H. Greenblatt (creator).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: The animated series welcomes you to the town of Jellystone – a charming place where your favorite Hanna-Barbera characters live, work and play together…but, at the same time, can’t help but stir up trouble for one another. The animated series will include classic characters such as Yogi Bear, Boo-Boo, Augie Doggie, Doggie Daddy, Ruff, Yakky Doodle, Shag Rugg, Jabberjaw, El Kabong, Top Cat, Captain Caveman, Cindy Bear, Mildew Wolf, Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks, Peter Potamus, Snagglepuss, Magilla Gorilla and more.

Little Ellen

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Ellen DeGeneres (creator).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: A 2D animated children’s show that explores the world through the eyes of a hilarious and unpredictable seven-year-old Ellen DeGeneres. On her adventures in her musical hometown of New Orleans, Little Ellen takes big risks and makes big mistakes, but she’s always able to laugh at herself and bounce back when things don’t go as planned.

Looney Tunes Cartoons

Premiere Date: 2020. (Likely May 2020).
Director(s): David Gemmill (101-103), Pete Browngardt (108).
Writer(s): Pete Browngardt (101), David Gemmill (101), Johnny Ryan (101), Ving Pingerly (104), Bob Tzudiker (108), Noni White (108).
Starring: Eric Bauza (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, Pepé Le Pew, Marvin the Martian), Jeff Bergman (Elmer Fudd, Foghorn Leghorn, Sylvester the Cat), Bob Bergen (Porky Pig), Michael Ruocco (Beaky Buzzard), Fred Tatasciore (Yosemite Sam).
Synopsis: The animated series echoes the high production value and process of the original Looney Tunes theatrical shorts with a cartoonist-driven approach to storytelling. Marquee Looney Tunes characters will be featured in their classic pairings in simple, gag-driven and visually vibrant stories.
Note: The season will be 80 episodes, each eleven minutes long, comprising of shorts between one and six minutes, making it nearly 1,000 minutes total.

Love Life

Premiere Date: TBA. (Likely May 2020).
Director(s): Sam Boyd (101).
Writer(s): Sam Boyd (101).
Starring: Anna Kendrick (Darby), Zoe Chao (Sara), Sasha Compere (Mallory), Peter Vack (Jim), Scoot McNairy (Bradley).
Synopsis: The journey from first love to last love, and how the people we’re with along the way make us into who we are when we finally end up with someone forever.

Made for Love

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): S.J. Clarkson (101-110).
Writer(s): Patrick Somerville (creator, showrunner, 101).
Starring: Cristin Milioti (Hazel Green), Billy Magnussen (Byron Gogol), Ray Romano (Herbert Green), Noma Dumezweni (Fiffany), Augusto Aguilera (Liver), Dan Bakkedahl (Herringbone).
Synopsis: The limited series follows Hazel Green (Milioti), a thirtysomething woman on the run after 10 years in a suffocating marriage to Byron Gogol (Magnussen), an unstable, needy, possibly sociopathic tech billionaire. Soon she discovers that her husband has implanted a revolutionary monitoring device – the Made for Love chip – in her brain, allowing him to track her, watch her and know her thoughts and feelings as she tries to stay alive.

Mecha Builders

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): TBA.
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: The animated series will feature favorite Sesame Street characters as heroes in a robot-animation style.
Note: A second, different, animated series is also in development, to be announced at a later date.

Raised by Wolves

Premiere Date: TBA. (Likely May 2020).
Director(s): Ridley Scott (101, 102), Luke Scott (103, 104), Alex Gabassi (107, 108), James Hawes (109).
Writer(s): Aaron Guzikowski (creator, showrunner, 101).
Starring: Travis Fimmel (Marcus), Amanda Collin (Mother), Abubakar Salim (Father), Winta McGrath (Campion), Niamh Algar (Sue).
Synopsis: The sci-fi series centers around two androids — Father (Fimmel) and Mother (Collin) — tasked with raising human children on a mysterious new planet. As the burgeoning colony of humans threatens to be torn apart by religious differences the androids learn that controlling the beliefs of humans is a treacherous and difficult task.

Rap Sh*t [w/t]

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Issa Rae (creator, 101).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: The half-hour comedy series follows a female rap group from outside of Miami trying to make it in the music industry.


Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): Karen Maine (101).
Writer(s): Rose Matafeo (creator, 101).
Starring: Rose Matafeo (Rose).
Synopsis: The series follows twenty-something Rose (Matafeo), a millennial in London, juggling two dead-end jobs and navigating the awkward morning-after when she discovers the complications of accidentally sleeping with a movie star.

Station Eleven

Premiere Date: TBA. (Likely May 2020).
Director(s): Hiro Murai (101-110).
Writer(s): Patrick Somerville (creator, showrunner, 101, 102, 110).
Starring: Mackenzie Davis (Kirsten), Himesh Patel (Jeevan), David Wilmot (Clark).
Synopsis: A post-apocalyptic saga spanning multiple timelines, the miniseries tells the stories of survivors of a devastating flu as they attempt to rebuild and reimagine the world anew while holding on to the best of what’s been lost.

Strange Adventures

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): John Stephens (creator, showrunner).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: A DC Super Hero anthology show that will feature characters from across the DC canon. This one-hour drama series will explore close-ended morality tales about the intersecting lives of mortals and superhumans.
Note: The series will include “man of two worlds” Adam Strange, an archaeologist-turned-intergalactic-hero when he’s zeta-beamed to planet Rann, confirming our exclusive from October 1st.

The Flight Attendant

Premiere Date: TBA. (Likely May 2020).
Director(s): Susanna Fogel (101, 102).
Writer(s): Steve Yockey (creator, showrunner), Meredith Lavender (co-showrunner), Marcie Ulin (co-showrunner).
Starring: Kaley Cuoco (Cassie), Sonoya Mizuno (Miranda), Michiel Huisman (Alex), Rosie Perez (Megan), Zosia Mamet (Annie), Merle Dandridge (Kim), T.R. Knight (Davey), Griffin Matthews (Shane Evans), Colin Woodell (Buckley).
Synopsis: The terrifying story of how an entire life can change in one night. A flight attendant (Cuoco) wakes up in the wrong hotel, in the wrong bed, with a dead man – and no idea what happened.

The Fungies!

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Stephen Neary (creator).
Starring: TBA.
Starring: The animated series explores Fungietown through the whimsical quests of Seth, a young student at Fungietown Elementary. Seth loves science and sharing his exciting discoveries with all his Fungie friends. But in his search for the ultimate scientific adventure, Seth often stirs up trouble for Fungietown’s colorful inhabitants leading to hilarious and heartwarming surprises.

The Not Too Late Show with Elmo

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): Benjamin Lehmann (101).
Writer(s): TBA.
Starring: Ryan Dillon (Elmo).
Synopsis: A family-centric live-action take on a late-night talk show, featuring Sesame Street’s celebrity friends.

Tig N’ Seek

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Myke Chilian (creator).
Starring: TBA.
Starring: The animated series is about 8-year-old Tiggy and his gadget-building cat, Gweeseek, as they search for the lost items of Wee Gee City. With Tiggy’s cheerful attitude and Gweeseek’s exceptional inventing capabilities, the duo humorously navigates day-to-day dilemmas at the Department of Lost and Found.

Tokyo Vice

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): Michael Mann (101).
Writer(s): J.T. Rogers (creator, 101).
Starring: Ansel Elgort (Jake Adelstein), Ken Watanabe (Hiroto Katagiri).
Synopsis: American journalist Jake Adelstein (Elgort) embeds himself into the Tokyo Vice police squad to reveal corruption. Each day he descends into the neon-soaked underbelly of Tokyo, where nothing, and no one is truly what or who they seem.
Note: Mann will potentially direct more episodes of the series in its “freshman season,” according to Deadline. Perhaps a second season is already in motion?

Tooned Out

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Jared Stern (creator).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: A half-hour, hybrid live-action and animated comedy, where things get a little cartoony for Mac when he starts seeing iconic cartoon characters, but they’re not just there for laughs, they’re helping him get through a very rough patch in his life.

Untitled Gossip Girl sequel series

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Josh Schwartz (co-creator), Stephanie Savage, (co-creator), Joshua Safran (showrunner).
Starring: Kristen Bell (Narrator).
Synopsis: Eight years after the original website went dark, a new generation of New York private school teens are introduced to the social surveillance of Gossip Girl. The prestige series will address just how much social media — and the landscape of New York itself — has changed in the intervening years.

White House Farm

Premiere Date: 2020. (Likely May 2020).
Director(s): Paul Whittington (101-106).
Writer(s): Kris Mrksa (co-creator, 101-106), Giula Sandler (co-creator, 101-106).
Starring: Stephen Graham (DCI Taff Jones) Freddie Fox, (Jeremy Bamber), Cressida Bonas, (Sheila Caffell), Alfie Allen, (Brett Collins), Mark Addy, Gemma Whelan.
Synopsis: The factual drama tells the story of when members of the same family were murdered at an Essex farmhouse. The series will explore the family tragedy and the contested accounts of the events that took place at White House Farm.


Adventure Time: Distant Lands (event series)

Premiere Date: 2020. (Likely May 2020).
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Pendleton Ward (creator).
Starring: Jeremy Shada (Finn), John DiMaggio (Jake), Niki Yang (BMO), Olivia Olsen (Marceline), Hynden Walch (Princess Bubblegum), Steve Little (Peppermint Butler).
Synopsis: These four new hour-long specials will continue the stories that captured imaginations and introduced unlikely heroes Finn and Jake, best buds who traversed the mystical Land of Ooo and encountered its colorful inhabitants.
Note: The first two specials, ‘BMO’ and ‘Obsidian’ are set to premiere sometime in 2020 followed by ‘Wizard City’ and ‘Together Again.’

Doom Patrol (season 2)

Premiere Date: 2020. (Likely May 2020).
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Jeremy Carver (creator, showrunner).
Starring: Diane Guerrero (Crazy Jane), April Bowlby (Rita Farr), Joivan Wade (Vic Stone), Matt Bomer (Larry Trainor), Brendan Fraser, (Cliff Steele), Timothy Dalton (Niles Caulder).
Synopsis: The comic book series follows the unlikely heroes of the eponymous team who all received their powers through tragic circumstances and are generally shunned by society. Most members of the team were treated by Niles Caulder, the Chief, a medical doctor who gave them residence in his mansion to help protect them from the outside world.
Note: The series will also stream on the DC Universe streaming service.

Esme & Roy (season 2)

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Dustin Ferrer (co-creator), Amy Steinberg (co-creator).
Starring: Millie Davis (Esme) Patrick McKenna (Roy), Shayle Simons (Hugo Ooga) Elle Simons (Fig Ooga) Abigail Oliver (Tillie Plink).
Synopsis: The animated series follows a young girl named Esme and her best monster friend, Roy, the most in-demand “monster sitters” in Monsterdale, a town populated mostly by monsters. The duo set out to solve big problems by playing and helping out the young monsters with their problems.

gen:LOCK (season 2)

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): Gray G. Haddock.
Writer(s): Gray G. Haddock (creator, showrunner).
Starring: Michael B. Jordan (Julian Chase), Dakota Fanning (Miranda Worth), Golshifteh Farahani (Yasamin ‘Yaz’ Madrani), Maisie Williams (Cameron ‘Cammie’ MacCloud), David Tennant (Dr. Rufus Weller).
Synopsis: The half-hour animated dystopian series is set 50 years in the future, in which an oppressive authoritarian force threatens to conquer the world. The resistance recruits a team of pilots for a new form of devastating mecha — with Julian Chase (Jordan), the first to volunteer for the cause — but they must be willing to sacrifice everything.
Note: The second season will premiere exclusively on HBO Max 90 days before becoming available to subscribers of Rooster Teeth’s subscription service.

Search Party (season 3)

Premiere Date: May 2020.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Charles Rogers (co-creator, showrunner), Sarah-Violet Bliss (co-creator, co-showrunner), Michael Showalter (co-creator).
Starring: Alia Shawkat (Dory Sief), John Reynolds (Drew Gardner), John Early (Elliott Goss), Meredith Hagner (Portia Davenport), Brandon Micheal Hall (Julian Marcus).
Synopsis: The gang is swept up in the trial of the century after Dory and Drew are charged for the semi-accidental murder of a private investigator. As Elliott and Portia grapple with whether or not to testify as witnesses, the friends are pitted against each other and thrust into the national spotlight as notorious public figures. As Dory’s sanity begins to fracture, it becomes increasingly clear that they may not have brunch together for quite some time.
Note: The series has already been renewed for a fourth season.

Sesame Street (season 51)

Premiere Date: 2020.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Joan Ganz Cooney (creator), Lloyd Morrisett (creator).
Starring: Ryan Dillon (Elmo), David Rudman (Cookie Monster), Matt Vogel (Big Bird, Count von Count), Martin P. Robinson (Mr. Snuffleupagus), Eric Jacobson (Bert, Grover, Oscar the Grouch), Peter Linz (Ernie).
Synopsis: On a special inner city street, the inhabitants, human, and muppet, teach preschool subjects with comedy, cartoons, games, and songs.
Note: The series has already been renewed for seasons 52, 53, 54 and 55. New annual specials will kick off with ‘The Monster at the End of This Show,’ an animated version of ‘The Monster at the End of this Book.’

The Boondocks (season 5)

Premiere Date: Fall 2020.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Aaron McGruder (creator, showrunner).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: The adventures of self-proclaimed “Civil Rights Legend” Robert “Granddad” Freeman, and his two rambunctious grandsons Huey and Riley. The family has recently moved to an idyllic community in suburban Maryland only to see it taken over by the tyrannical Uncle Ruckus and his bizarre neo-fascist regime. Life under Ruckus turns out to be an everyday struggle to survive.
Note: The series has already been renewed for a sixth season. A 50-minute special will premiere in fall 2020.


15 Minutes of Shame

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): Max Joseph.
Writer(s): TBA.
Starring: Monica Lewinsky (Herself), Max Joseph (Himself).
Synopsis: The documentary is a timely, irreverent roller-coaster ride through the world of public shaming. Using follow-doc storytelling, social experiments, and the examination of social behavior, this film will feature individuals from around the globe who have been publicly shamed – while exploring the bullies, the bystanders, the media, psychologists, politicians, and experts in between.

Bobbie Sue

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): Charles Stone III.
Writer(s): Dana Fox.
Starring: Gina Rodriguez (Bobbie Sue).
Synopsis: The story of Bobbie Sue (Rodriguez), who after being raised among four rowdy brothers in a blue-collar neighborhood, is a scrappy, headstrong young lawyer who lands a career-making case with an upper-crust law firm, only to realize she’s been hired for optics and not her expertise. But after discovering her powerful client, a lifelong idol of hers, is trying to cover up exploiting workers within her company, Bobbie decides to take both her and the law firm on, caution and etiquette be damned.

Expecting Amy [w/t]

Premiere Date: TBA. (Likely May 2020).
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): TBA.
Starring: Amy Schumer (Herself).
Synopsis: The documentary gives an unfiltered behind-the-scenes look at Amy Schumer’s journey of preparing for a stand-up special while going through a difficult pregnancy. Beginning the day she found out she was pregnant, through the birth of her child, the Emmy winner chronicles the challenges that she experienced week after week. From hospitalizations to going out in front of a crowd of thousands, to quiet moments at home with her family, Schumer shares it all.

Fashionably Black [w/t]

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Christa Gatewood, Robin Thede.
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: Set in the world of haute couture, the comedy explores what happens when you actually put a black woman at the top spot in fashion. The film follows viral sensation Zoe Bankole who, after becoming the industry’s first and only black woman creative director for a French haute couture house, must contend with short deadlines, petty rivals and attempts at whitewashing her style in order to create the collection of her dreams.

Let Them All Talk [w/t]

Premiere Date: TBA. (Likely May 2020).
Director(s): Steven Soderbergh.
Writer(s): Deborah Eisenberg.
Starring: Meryl Streep, Gemma Chan, Candice Bergen, Dianne Wiest, Lucas Hedges.
Synopsis: The story of a celebrated author (Streep) who takes a journey with old friends to have some fun and heal old wounds. Her nephew (Hedges) comes along to wrangle the ladies and finds himself involved with a young literary agent (Chan).

Persona [w/t]

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): TBA.
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: The documentary explores the riveting and unexpected origin story of America’s obsession with personality testing. Embedded in everything from dating sites to job applications, the film reveals the profound ways personality testing has formed and influenced the world around us.


Premiere Date: May 2020.
Director(s): Ben Falcone
Writer(s): Steve Mallory
Starring: Melissa McCarthy (Carol Peters), James Corden (“Super Intelligence”), Bobby Cannavale (George), Brian Tyree Henry (Dennis), Sam Richardson (Donahue), Karan Soni (Ahmed).
Synopsis: Nothing extraordinary ever happens to Carol Peters, so when she starts getting snarky backtalk from her TV, phone, and microwave, she thinks she’s being punked or losing her mind. In fact, the world’s first superintelligence has selected her for observation, taking over her life…with a bigger, more ominous plan to take over everything. Now Carol is humanity’s last chance before this artificial intelligence-with-an-attitude decides to pull the plug.

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Matthew Barry.
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: The film follows bisexual British Lord, Henry Monty Montague, who embarks on a grand tour of 18th-century Europe with his best friend and secret crush, Percy. But Montague’s final blowout before he is expected to take over the family estate turns into a harrowing manhunt as the roguish aristocrat’s reckless and hedonistic decisions take an ugly turn.

The Scoop [w/t]

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): TBA.
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: The behind-the-scenes documentary follows the exhilarating and exhausting lives of CNN’s fearless female political reporters as they cover the most unpredictable presidential campaign in American history. The film draws from unprecedented access to the campaign press corps and reveals how these powerhouse political reporters deal with the candidates as well as with the challenges of life on the road.


Premiere Date: May 2020.
Director(s): Rachel Lee Goldenberg.
Writer(s): Ted Caplan, Jenni Hendriks.
Starring: Haley Lu Richardson (Veronica), Barbie Ferreira (Bailey), Sugar Lyn Beard (Kate), Jeryl Prescott (Peg), Kirsten Foe (Officer Herrera).
Synopsis: A coming-of-age story that focuses on a Missouri teen who hits the highway with a friend to obtain a legal abortion.

Untitled Anthony Bourdain Documentary

Premiere Date: TBA.
Director(s): Morgan Neville.
Writer(s): TBA.
Starring: Anthony Bourdain (Himself).
Synopsis: A documentary about the uncommon life of the late storyteller, explorer, and chef Anthony Bourdain.
Note: Focus Features will first release the documentary exclusively in theaters worldwide before the film premieres on television on CNN, and on streaming via HBO Max.

In development:

Anna K (pilot)

Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Jenny Lee (creator, 101).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: A modern-day, multicultural retelling of Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina, based on the novel ‘Anna K: A Love Story.’ The series follows a Korean-American “it” girl caught between her picture-perfect, family-approved boyfriend and the guy who might just be her one true love, along with her high-flying cast of friends and family.


Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): David Sidorov (creator, 101).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: A workplace comedy series that tackles just how hard it is to be an intern in the CIA.

Delilah (pilot)

Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Kirker Butler (creator, 101), Aisling Bea (earlier script), Sharon Horgan (earlier script).
Starring: Jessica Rothe (Delilah), Michael McKean (Tom Childs Sr.), Casey Wilson (Margaret Childs-Austin), Arturo Castro (Pastor Dale), Nat Faxon (Brian), Nicole Byer (Cassie).
Synopsis: After a life-changing event, Delilah’s (Rothe) first step toward putting her life back together is to introduce herself to a complete stranger (McKean) who might or might not be her real father and his family. The only question is: How much damage can one person do while trying to get their own life back on track? The answer is, quite a bit.

DMZ (pilot)

Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): Ava DuVernay (101).
Writer(s): Roberto Patino (creator, showrunner, 101).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: In the near future, the aforementioned civil war leaves Manhattan a demilitarized zone (DMZ), destroyed and isolated from the rest of the world. The series chronicles the harrowing journey of a fierce female medic who saves lives while desperately searching for her lost son. But as she contends with the gangs, militias, demagogues, and warlords that control this lawless no man’s land, she becomes the unlikely source of what everyone here has lost: hope.

Drama Queen

Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Michael Ausiello (creator, 101).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: Set in the 1980s and centers on a closeted, TV-obsessed teenager who copes with the harsh realities — and relative mundaneness — of life in small-town New Jersey by escaping to an alternate soap opera universe of his own creation.

Generation (pilot)

Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): Daniel Barnz (101).
Writer(s): Daniel Barnz (co-creator, 101), Zelda Barnz (co-creator, 101).
Starring: Martha Plimpton (Megan), Justice Smith (Chester), Michael Johnston (Ollie), Chloe East (Naomi), Uly Schlesinger (Nathan).
Synopsis: A group of high school students whose exploration of modern sexuality (devices and all) tests deeply entrenched beliefs about life, love and the nature of family in their conservative community.

Gumshoe (pilot)

Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): Randall Einhorn (101).
Writer(s): Aaron Brownstein (co-creator, co-showrunner, 101), Simon Ganz (co-creator, co-showrunner, 101).
Starring: Sonya Cassidy (Cassie), Miles J. Harvey, (Eamon), Carla Jimenez (Henrietta), Max Casella (Dennis Laramie), Phillipa Soo (Liz Chen).
Synopsis: The series centers on sweet, optimistic young cop Cassie (Cassidy) and creepy, crime-obsessed teenager Eamon (Harvey) who secretly team up to solve a murder.

Point Fear

Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): Jon M. Chu [in talks].
Writer(s): TBA.
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: An anthology series that exposes the horrors of being a teenager. Each episode of the show will be inspired by one of the R.L. Stine books in the ‘Point Horror’ series, told for today’s audiences but with a nostalgic nod to the 1990s.

Red Bird Lane (pilot)

Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Sara Gran (creator, 101).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: Morality and psychological horror series about eight strangers who arrive at an isolated house—all for different reasons—and quickly realize that something sinister and terrifying awaits them.

The Rules of Magic (pilot)

Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Melissa Rosenberg (co-creator, co-showrunner, 101), Dana Baratta (co-creator, co-showrunner, 101).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: In this epic, generational family drama set in 1960s New York City, three troubled siblings — Franny, Jet and Vincent Owens — wrestle with “abnormalities” that have kept them isolated. But the tumultuous times unearth the extraordinary discovery that they are, in fact, descendants of a bloodline of witches. In their aspirational journey towards self-discovery and self-acceptance, they’ll contend with grief, war, bigotry and dark magic, not to mention a centuries-old curse designed to keep them away from love. The two sisters, Franny and Jet, will become the revered, and sometimes feared, aunts in ‘Practical Magic,’ while their beloved brother, Vincent, will leave an unexpected legacy.
Note: A writers room with a 10-script order has already been ordered.

The Shelley Society (pilot)

Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (co-creator, showrunner, 101), Tessa Leigh Williams (co-creator, 101), James DeWille (co-creator, 101).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: The gothic horror and teen romance mashup chronicles young author Mary Shelley, who leads a band of Romantic outlaws—among them, her lovers Percy and the Lord Byron—against all manner of supernatural threats and monsters…including Shelley’s own iconic Creature.
Note: An additional script has also been ordered.

Untitled Quinta Brunson Comedy (pilot)

Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): TBA.
Writer(s): Quinta Brunson (co-creator, 101), Michelle Nader (co-creator, showrunner, 101).
Starring: Quinta Brunson.
Synopsis: The comedy series follows an ambitious millennial (Brunson) flying up the ladder at a media startup company, who is unexpectedly tasked with running the newly hired, PR crisis–averting diversity team made up of green Internet newbies.

Vegas High (pilot)

Premiere Date: N/A.
Director(s): Gillian Robespierre (101).
Writer(s): Sarah-Raquel Jimenez (creator, 101).
Starring: TBA.
Synopsis: A 90’s set coming-of-age story about a girl caught between two worlds – the fast paced lifestyle of Las Vegas and her strong Mormon faith and community.
This mega-thread is taken from "A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO HBO MAX ORIGINAL CONTENT", an article written by Jacob Tyler for I will try to keep this post up-to-date but I recommend bookmarking the actual article because this post will get very dated very fast, whereas the article won't.
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WWYDI a guy named Rifter tries to take over the multiverse?

On a desert planet named Planet Riftia, there lives a man named Rifter (original character). Rifter can open dimensional rifts, fly, and is invulnerable, physically strong, and highly intelligent. He doesn't need to eat, sleep, drink or breathe. He's 5 foot 10 inches tall.

Rifter decides to take over the multiverse. To do that, he must take the most important object from each universe and place it in his own universe. After he has done that for every universe, he will gain total omnipotence over the multiverse, and he'll be truly unstoppable.

An example of the 'most important object of the universe' would be the Triforce from The Legend of Zelda, or the Chaos Emeralds from Sonic.

The universes Rifter will try to take over are:
planet riftia (Rifter's home universe), real life, super mario, the legend of zelda, CDI zelda, pokemon (main series games), pokemon (main series anime), pokemon origins, pokemon (main series manga), sonic, sonic boom, sonic the comics, crash bandicoot, halo, call of duty, earthbound, undertale, five nights at freddy's, fnaf world, superman 64 (game), DC cinematic universe, superfriends (cartoon), Marvel cinematic universe, ghostbusters, ghostbusters (2016), pac man, mega man (classic timeline), mega man fully charged, mega man (battle network timeline), bomberman, the lego movie, scooby doo, super meat boy, rage comics, wreck it ralph, skylanders, teen titans, teen titans go, the a-team, knight rider, the goonies, mortal kombat, street fighter, blend s, vocaloid, utau, spyro the dragon, simpsons, futurama, harry potter, fantastic beasts and where to find them, lord of the rings, mission impossible, gremlins, gnomeo and juliet, powerpuff girls, powerpuff girls Z , powerpuff girls (2016), beetlejuice, my little pony friendship is magic, black rock shooter (song), black rock shooter (anime), black rock shooter (psp game), midway arcade, portal, plants vs zombies, machinarium, rock em sock em robots, baldi's basics, puzzle puppers, crane game toreta, snipperclips, tetris, Madou Monogatari, puyo puyo, kirby, lego city undercover, ninjago, chima, nexo knights, diary of a wimpy kid (books), diary of a wimpy kid (movies), poptropica, poptropica worlds, poptropica (comics), resident evil, peanuts, robot chicken, scribblenauts, splatoon, arms, bee movie, shrek, octopath traveller, bubsy, fifa, drawn to life, drawn together, toy story, a bug's life, finding nemo, wall-e, the good dinosaur, inside out, captain underpants (books), captain underpants (movie), timmy failure, spongebob, the loud house, fairly oddparents, invader zim, cow and chicken, samurai jack (original), samurai jack (reboot), adventure time, regular show, steven universe, clarence, uncle grandpa, plague inc, sailor moon, sailor moon crystal, ghost trick, ace attorney, professor layton, looney tunes, yu gi oh, beyblade, yo kai watch, cars, team fortress, half life, the sims, cory in the house, annoying orange, my hero acadamia, mr. peabody and sherman, e.t the extra terrastrial, back to the future, rick and morty, family guy, doki doki literature club, angry birds, fruit ninja, jetpack joyride, out there, akinator, dragon ball, dragon ball z, lego dimensions, super smash bros, star wars, charlie and the chocolate factory, willy wonka and the chocolate factory, lonely wolf treat, syrup and the ultimate sweet, first kiss at a spooky soiree, romance detective, tunnel vision, kaima, her tears were my light, mermaid splash passion festival, the twilight zone, disaster log c, yandere simulator, yanderella, mikoto nikki, mix ore, the dark side of red riding hood, makoto mobius, you me and empty words, shihori escape, tsukimi planet, full boko youchien, love live, menhera fresia, roco kingdom, sai er hao, mole, hawaiian slammers, planes, frozen, tangled, one piece, fairy tail, naruto, persona, digimon, no matter how i look at it, it's you guys fault i'm not popular, i can't believe my little sister is this cute, idolmaster, highschool dxd, hihi puffy ami yumi, momoe link, minecraft, minecraft: story mode, locked heart, confess my love, transparent black, nintendo badge arcade, swapdoodle, world of goo, rayman, little inferno, amazing alex, banjo kazooie, yooka lele, sly cooper, RWBY, despicable me, minions, WWE, nomad of nowhere, bravest warriors, xenoblade, punch out, contra, silent hill, tokimeki memorial, spelunker, spelunky, zork, bit trip, VVVVVV, runman race around the world, N, princess tomato in the salad kingdom, hitman, tomb raider, metal gear solid, fire emblem, animal crossing, metroid, gradius, zone of the enders, parodius, i wanna be the guy, jumper, braid, alien hominid, castle crashers, charlie murder, the emoji movie, castlevania, animator vs animation, brave, hello neighbor, the storey treehouse, wacky game jokez 4 kidz, nightmare before christmas, bayonetta, mii channel, warioware, donkey kong country, yoshi, unikitty, sword art online, squid girl, slenderman, the flintstones, berenstain bears, the jetsons, okami, sushi striker way of the sushido, shovel knight, kid icarus, jurrasic park, tom gates, paper mario, art academy, fortnite, player unknown's battlegrounds, fallout, the land before time, doctor who, the lego batman movie, himegoto, marchen madchen, bojack horseman, total drama, toradora, one punch man, attack on titan, pleasant goat and big big wolf, full metal alchemist, the wizard of oz, super smosh, alfred and poe, dev guy, valentine panic, seduce me the otome, trick and treat, haruka winter dreams, scratch, 9 (film), 9 (video game), problem solverz, animal inspector, liar liar, love or die, misSHAPEn love, pervert&yandere, paper roses, bookSLEEPer, heartbaked, lads in distress, telletubbies, thomas the tank engine, the walking dead, the big bang theory, 13 reason why, f.r.i.e.n.d.s, gumby, gravity falls, welcome to the wayne, tom and jerry, baka to test, golden time, searching, taken, charming, ballerina, home improvement, the sandlot, flappy bird, swing copters, earth chan, turbo, pocket protectors, boxboy, barefoot bandits, letter quest, overcooked, hydlide, oh sir!, taco man plays a video game, taco man the game master, pepsiman, buck bunny, voez, deemo, cytus, kitten squad, super mario logan, dr. stone, bee and puppycat, over the garden wall, star vs the forces of evil, power rangers, danny phantom, jimmy neutron, dexter's lab, foster's home for imaginary friends, chowder, the amazing world of gumball, we bare bears, felix the cat, bendy and the ink machine, outbreak company, tokyo mew mew, madoka magica, card captor sakura, ghostmates, boxman (original), boxman (comics), that damn neighbor, bunsen is a beast, coco, monsters inc, monsters university, the incredibles, spirited away, becky prim, kim possible, meet the robinsons, the little mermaid, robin hood, zootopia, taiko drum master, alien, the lego ninjago movie, what would you do, jersey shore, monty python, gundam, the muppets, alf, neon genesis evangelion, the x files, godzilla, final destination (film), ice age, lilo and stitch, robocop, the terminator, saw (film), the purge, 50 shades of grey, tron, dead space, overwatch, the king of fighters, ratchet and clank, jak and daxter, tekken, a boy and his blob, ace combat, adventure island, adventures of lolo, aero the acro-bat, ape escape, asteroids, battletoads, spooky's house of jumpscares, the call of cthulhu, chibi robo, frankenstein, dracula, boku no pico, burgertime, citrus, putt putt, pajama sam, prison tycoon, roller coaster tycoon, restaraunt empire, frogger, freddi fish, fatty bear, spy fox, gal gun, game and watch, guitar hero, rock band, the man with the invisible trousers, the curious case of benjiman button, passpartout, just dance, sega hard girls, kinectimals, left 4 dead, life is strange, littlebigplanet, loveplus, nights, naughty bear, ted, houdini (french animated movie), q bert, pixels (movie), touhou project, toejam and earl, the oregon trail (game), the organ trail, yakuza (game), mall tycoon, zoo tycoon, yukon trail (game), detention (game), the nutshack, lazytown, purgatory (game), desolate village, the desolate hope, the pilgrim's progress, the holy bible, captain bible, bad milk (game), journey to the west, captain toad, death squared, buddhism (religion), jewism (religion), islam (religion), hinduism (religion), taoism (religion), mormomism (religion), watch_dogs, sleeping dogs, paletta, wrecking crew, sara is missing, simulacra, welcome to the game, rides with strangers, a normal lost phone, mogeko castle, wahanodora and the great blue sea, little nightmares, little einsteins, sally face, fran bow, kick the buddy, super planet dolan, dr. jekyll and mr. hyde, phineas and ferb, big nate, nate is late, the ring (horror movie), inanimate insanity, my little pony equestria girls, winx club, tinkerbell, sausage party, the hobbit, duck hunt, starfox, f-zero, enchanted (disney movie), roblox, hearthstone, talking tom, crossy road, granny (horror game), the titanic (movie), dexter (show), how i met your mother, el tigre, mucha lucha, the book of life, cuphead, water world (movie), gradeaundera, foodfight, cyanide and happiness, jojo's bizzare adventure, the grim adventures of billy and mandy, the brave little toaster, fusionfall, playstation all stars battle royal, scott pilgrim vs. the world, club penguin, sonic.exe, pivot stick animator, mr. bean, skitzo, captain n the game master, detective pikachu, pokemon mystery dungeon, waluigi travels through the multiverse, parappa the rapper, god of war, uncharted, bioshock, paperboy, gauntlet, 720°, blaster (midway), bubbles (midway), marble madness, defenders, joust (midway), klax, roadblasters, robotron, spy hunter, spy vs spy, super sprint, tomodachi life, miitomo, xbox avatars, keflings, cloudberry kingdom, girls like robots, can your pet, snail (the flash game), snail bob, drawfee, the king's avatar, king's knight, king's quest, monster bark, haunt the house, detective grimoire, sort the court, wallace and gromit, frankenweenie, atelier (games), recettear, tales of, lost sphear, peta propaganda games, cooking mama, gish, aquaria, owlboy, alex kidd, space channel 5, mighty number 9, blaster master, vroom in the night sky, azure striker gunvolt, senran kagura, disgaea, the legend of dark witch, pico's school, riddle school, clock crew, lock legion, steamshovel harry, bionicle, hero factory, lego alien conquest, x-com, chantelise, yobi's basic spelling tricks, typing of the dead, cartoon all-stars to the rescue, where's wally, where's waldo, carmen sandiego, adam ruins everything, south park, human centipede, collegehumor, kingdom hearts, king kong, friday the 13th, nightmare on elm street, edward scissorhands, batman 1966, devil may cry, final fantasy, food wars, smosh, the diamond minecart, anthony padilla, the hunchback of notre dame, teenage mutant ninja turtles, who framed roger rabbit?, the angry video game nerd, mario & sonic at the olympic games, james bond, epic (movie), dance dance revolution, ed edd n eddy, hey arnold, codename: kids next door, galactic kids next door, back to backspace, big city greens, danger planet, 12 forever, infinity train, jack and jill (adam sandler), red dog, red dog true blue, air buds, 101 dalmations, good mythical morning, element animations, an egg's guide to minecraft, black rhino ranger, the suite life of zack and cody, that's so raven, milo murphy's law, even stevens, pete and pete, malcom in the middle, hotel transylvania, ducktales, elena of avalor, sofia the first, the proud family, the emporor's new groove, american dragon: jake long, fanboy and chum chum, fish hooks, smart house (movie), invisible dad (movie), tender loving care, my magic dog (movie), boy meets world, sabrina the teenage witch, shorty mcshort's shorts, shezow, call of duty dog (web animation), sonic for hire, video game violence saves the world from violent video games (web animation), reading rainbow, hey this is library, doge, nyan cat, wolfychu, lilypichu, emirichu, theodd1sout, domics, jaiden animations, game theory, dorkly, pokemon rusty, the greatest showman, advice animals, doodle jump, happy jump, seen (android game), color switch,,, cookie clicker, bitcoin billionare,,, sugar sugar, highschool romance, highschool romance 2: magi trials, highschool possesion, nekopara, ren'py, rpg maker, voltron: legendary defender, wander over yonder, kablam!, doug (cartoon), avatar: the last airbender, the legend of korra, garfield, calvin and hobbes, airplane safety videos, lego fan films, lego DC superheroes, lego friends, fl studio , stack up, gyromite, the texas chainsaw massacre, ice climber, captain commando, marvel vs capcom, cartoon network punch time explosion xl, dr. horrible, papers please, blocksworld, iron pants, happy wheels, super virgin squad, the truman show, edtv, duck life, the everyday ordinary adventures of samamtha browne, cinderella phenomenon, our home (visual novel), a day in the life of a slice of bread, a(t)rium, date almost anything sim, [email protected], stalker & yandere, tealy and orangey, geometry dash, the joy of creation, five nights at candy's, those nights at rachael's, five night's at wario's, wario date, duck season (vr horror game), the horribly slow murderer with the extremely inefficient weapon, mcdonald's, the karate kid, llamas with hats, the misfortune of being ned, super hexagon, perfect dark, dane boe, devil's world, balloon fight, h3h3productions, gnoggin, cinemasins, cinemawins, yo gabba gabba, crazy frog, angels of death (rpg), imaginary friends (rpg), pocket mirror (rpg), cherry tree high comedy club, pony island, huniepop, huniecam studio, tattletail, corpes party, friendship (horror rpg), aria's story (rpg), 1bitheart, leftway, tim's birthday, ib (game), glitched (rpg), amnesia (game), the stanley parable, long live the queen (visual novel), draw a stickman, qwop, girp, papa's (flash game series), whale trail, 5 minutes to kill yourself, doodle god, free icecream (flash game), fancy pants adventure, fireboy and watergirl, 60 seconds (game), 60 parsecs, getting over it with bennet foddy, sexy hiking, i am bread, surgeon simulator, rapeley, mr. mosquito, cubivore, the guy game, custer's revenge, e.t (atari 2600), pizza chef (atari 2600), black and white (game), postal (game), hatred (game), leisure suit larry, jones in the fast lane, manhunt, hatoful boyfriend, bully (game), night trap, mass effect, house party (game), who's your daddy? (game), second life, shower with your dad simulator, what's under your blanket!? (game), battle raper, The Maiden Rape Assault: Violent Semen Inferno, witch trainer, hetalia, ouran high school host club, rinse and repeat (game), wikia, deviantart, mystic messanger, moemon (a pokemon rom hack), segagaga, football manager (sega), crossfire (first person shooter), flicky, captain novalin, sega bass fishing, hiragana pixel party, captain rainbow, wonderful 101, the elder scrolls, scrolls (mojang), colbalt (mojang), candy crush saga, sharknado, who killed captain alex, archie comics, smokey bear, mcgruff the crime dog, smosh the movie, hell's kitchen, neighbours from hell (game), neighbors from hell (animated show), danganronpa, veggietales, oishi high school battle, teleporting fat guy, smosh babies, planets (shut up cartoons), the day my butt went psycho (tv show), the day my bum went psycho (books), what's with andy, the andy griffith show, leave it to beaver, pikmin, face raiders, part timers (smosh), trollface quest, coraline, alladin (disney), chibi miku san, dreams (when you sleep), vsauce, kilarin revolution, stellar theater, hanazuki: full of treasure, penn zero: part time hero, the croods, shawn the sheep, shakugan no shana, early man, walking with dinosaurs, league of angels, league of legends, world of warcraft, starcraft, stardew valley, rune factory, harvest moon, botanicula, fingered (game), love live, highschool dxd, lucky star, akame ga kill, kill la kill, cowboy bebop, mmo junkie, KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on this Wonderful World!, Natsuiro High School: Seishun Hakusho, Summer-Colored High School ★ Adolescent Record — A Summer At School On An Island Where I Contemplate How The First Day After I Transferred, I Ran Into A Childhood Friend And Was Forced To Join The Journalism Club Where While My Days As A Paparazzi Kid With Great Scoops Made Me Rather Popular Among The Girls, But Strangely My Camera Is Full Of Panty Shots, And Where My Candid Romance Is Going, short circuit (film), boyhood (film), honey, i shrunk the kids, in another world with my smartphone, wizard 101, sociolitron, runescape, i was reincarnated as a sword, i was reincarnated as a magic academy, My Reincarnation as a Hot Spring in a Different World is Beyond Belief ~ It's Not Like Being Inside You Feels Good or Anything!?, island (anime), crush crush, yandere (, kimi to kanojo no koi, kimi to mita sora no uta, city connection, cinders (visual novel), adventure capitalist, tiny tower, pocket plane, pocket train, pocket frogs, i am shape series, melancholic (vocaloid song), hatsune miku: unofficial hatsune mix, stargazer (vocaloid song), love trial (vocaloid song), to you of the future, i give every song, pou, my little bastard, evolution (cow evolution, platypus evolution, ect), dear diary: the secrets of anna, episode (game), kim kardashian: hollywood, campus life (mobile game), inkflow, sabreman, kameo: elements of power, it's mr. pants, whatever happened to... robot jones?, moetron, extra credits (youtuber), snakes on a plane, crazy rich asians, my strange addiction, toddlers and tiaras, soul eater, suki yuki maji magic, ultraman, the adventures of kid danger, johnny test, justice league action, youtube, brawl in the family (web comic), meteor 60 seconds, ok ko, counterstrike, boboiboy, dragonvale, crush the castle, demonic crepes, barbie, lego elves, spy kids, baby geniuses, laserblast (movie), giftpia, panel de pon, devil world, shin onigashima, nazo no murasamejo (The Mysterious Murasame Castle), nigahiga, dragon city (mobile game), clash of clans, clash royale, keep talking and nobody explodes, my life as a teenage robot, no anime penguin, gender bender dna twister extreme, inuyasha, inuyashika, scream (movie), manuel samuel, flipping death, tiny thief, boom beach, reign (game), the escapists, a hat in time, murder police, dragalia lost, aqua teen hunger force, dora the explorer, doraemon, inception, the matrix, fight club, the godfather, white chicks (movie), dumb and dumber, baseketball, the breakfast club (movie), donnie darko, the devil wears prada, darkwing duck, jaws, mean girls, the room, lost (tv show), never been kissed (movie), tarzan, the sixth sense, the help (movie), the shining, rocky (movie), sing (movie), blade runner, cut the rope, enter the ninja (1981), You only live twice (1967), surf ninjas (1993), Draw With Jazza, dork diaries, Lifeline (3 minute games), Project Hyrax, future diary, sonic the hedgehog (movie), panty and stocking, todo: today, happy heroes, asura's wrath, a certain magical index, zone archive, and 3 ninjas (1992)

Rifter will NOT gain omnipotence until he has collected the most important item from EVERY universe.

Just to clarify, Rifter only opens one rift at a time, when he's travelling to and from dimensions. He also makes rifts sometimes if he's attacking, or summoning an object he wants, or something like that. When he's done using a rift, he closes it.

However, Rifter will have to open many rifts along his journey. He opens so much rifts, that the space time continuum becomes unstable, resulting in random rifts opening and closing throughout the multiverse. Rifter isn't aware on how to make space time less unstable, so as his journey goes on, more and more random rifts will appear.

The random rifts will occur so often, that is it guranteed you will get sucked into one and experience at least 90% of the universes.

Rifter will start in his own universe. The universe he goes to first will be Real Life. After that, he'll do the rest in a random order.


What would you do in this situation?
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My favorite books

I Win! by U. Lose
Robots by Anne Droid
Danger! by Luke Out
Cloning by Irma Dubble II
Hot Dog! by Frank Furter
Cry Wolf by Al Armist
Wake Up! by Sal Ammoniac
I'm Fine by Howard Yu
Gambling by Monty Carlos
Mensa Man by Gene Yuss
Big Fart! by Hugh Jass
Hypnotism by N. Tranced
Downpour! by Wayne Dwops
Full Moon by Seymour Buns
Sea Birds by Al Batross
Teach Me! by I. Wanda Know
I Say So! by Frank O. Pinion
Tug of War by Paul Hard
Surprised! by Omar Gosh
Beekeeping by A. P. Arry
Good Works by Ben Evolent
Golly Gosh! by G. Whiz
It's Magic! by Sven Gali
April Fool! by Sue Prize
Come on in! by Doris Open
Parachuting by Hugo First
Get Moving! by Sheik Aleg
I Like Fish by Ann Chovie
Leo Tolstoy by Warren Peace
May Flowers by April Showers
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2017 Overwatch List of Trolls and Cognitively Deficient Players

Hey, I've been taking a break from all the cancer HotD has been giving me to get some more in Overwatch. Apparently it's fucking hard to left click when your crosshair is red. This list is the absolute cancer of Overwatch. Here are the retards you should dodge or grief!
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