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The 21st Century so far; a time of global oil wars, economic depression and, most importantly, the rise of the TV series. We’ve seen the genre outclass film in many ways, offering a more expansive platform for writers, actors and directors to explore different themes and concepts. We’ve seen some great series over the years. [...]
The bonkers but brilliant show, devised by Pendleton Ward (who also voices one of the best supporting characters, Lumpy Space Princess), follows the escapades of Finn the human and Jake the magical dog who can change size and shape at will.
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