Author has written 2 stories for South Park.
Hello, thank you for taking the time to stop by. Unfortunately I don't enjoy writing profiles... I spend my time on stories.
Basically all you need to know is clearly stated below:
I'm From Australia.
I'm in senior year at school.
And I enjoy animated programs that have a long record of aired time and that have had more then one season. The reason for that is because animations are more interesting to observe and have a history for fiction. Therefore, fanfictions are easily written and are fun to read. The reason for me liking animations that a long-running and have more then one season are that they are more interesting and you can really get into the program. I mean ... say you watch something with only 12 episodes ... yawn yes whatever, seen them, don't want to anymore. Get It?
For example. I have enjoyed South Park for many years. Running since 1997 and has had 13 seasons, South Park just keeps getting better and better. Plans for the future indicates that the creators of this beloved series 'Trey Parker and Matt Stone', intend on making 14 new episodes a year until 2011. That will be a sad year for all South Park fans. The bright side is that with so many seasons, reruns are enjoyable and still interesting to watch.
Another animated series I love to watch is 'Futurama'. This hilarious Sci-Fi sitcom was aired in 1999 till 2003 on Fox when it was then canceled off the network for putting Fox down to much in the show. So it was then aired from 2003 till 2007 on Adult Swim on Cartoon Network until the networks contract expired. The series was revived in 2007 as four straight-to-DVD films which would then be split into a sixteen-episode sixth season. Futurama is now very secretive and isn't shown much on Fox as it is a threat to the network although the creator of the show is the creator of 'The Simpsons' who also supports Fox.
Lastly would be the Stop-Motion animated sitcom 'Rick and Steve'. The show premiered in 2008 with its first season and then without hesitation a second season was realest months afterwards. Rick and Steve is the owner of Logo network (which is similar to the word 'Lego') and is only new. Depending on how popular this series becomes is up to how far it will go with seasons.
I also enjoy children's cartoons as well (having seasons of coarse). 'The Fairly Oddparents' is a favorite of mine, it has been running since 2001 where it started out as a short Oh Yeah! Cartoons production that looks nothing like the program now. The Fairly Oddparents was aimed at kids but the mature sense of humor quickly attracted adults. It is Nickelodeons second favorite show coming second off 'Spongbob Square Pants'. However between 2001 and 2004 the 'Fairly Oddparents' was Nickelodeons highest rated show. In Febuary 2008 the show hit a high rate as a new character was included. A vote on Turbo Nick was constructed to show what episodes where the fans favorites. Once counted, Nickelodeon came up with a Lucky 7 Marathon where 77 episodes where shown and hints for a new character ... which was Baby Poof 'Cosmo and Wanda's new son'. The Fairly Oddparents has come far with 6 seasons ... no news has been said as to whether or not there will be another season, but if Butch Hartman 'The creator', was thinking about putting a halt to the show in 2007 but continuing with another season ... perhaps he's grown tired of the show ... it's had a good run, and everything needs to end eventually.
ONE SHOW WITH TO MANY SEASONS AND EPISODES!! The Simpson Family first appeared as Shorts on April 19, 1987 and is still continuing on. The series has been renewed by fox which will be taking the show through its twenty-second season. It has made over 1.2 Billion dollars in merchandise and has won The Longest- running Prime Time Animated series award. This year Fox will hold a year-long celebration of the show titled "Best. 20 Years. Ever." to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the premiere of The Simpsons Finally after so long the show will be ending on January 14th, 2010. I say ... ABOUT TIME!!
Favorite Characters Are: Cartman and Kenny From 'South Park', I think they are a very good pair ... and I love how strangely there friendship actually works.
Fry and Leela, From 'Futurama'. They are truly amazing and one day should become a couple. Leela doesn't know what she is missing.
Rick and Evan, From 'Rick and Steve'. I love the sweet and sensitive gay men ... and that's what they are.
Cosmo and Anti-Cosmo, From 'The Fairly Oddparents'. Just very talented and incredibly hilarious animations.