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‘Childrens Hospital’ Renewed by Cartoon Network

5 October 2010 10:59 AM, PDT | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

Dr. Blake Downs will walk through halls of Dr. Arthur Childrens' hospital, embodying a bizarro Hippocratic oath and dispensing his special kind of Patch Adams health care, for at least 14 more episodes. Cartoon Network has renewed Childrens' Hospital for a third season. Created by Rob Corddry and starring a bevy of Hollywood hotshots (including former Will and Grace star Megan Mullally, Boston Legal’s Lake Bell, Ken Marino, The Office’s Ed Helms, SNL’s Jason Sudeikis, Rob Huebel from Human Giant, Malin Akerman, Henry Winkler, John Cho, and Kurtwood Smith), Childrens' Hospital originally aired in December 2008 as a web series on TheWB.com. After a strong internet performance, Mike Lazzo, Adult Swim's senior vice-president of programming and production, caught wind of the series. He liked what he saw. In July 2010, Childrens' Hospital aired as part of Cartoon Network's Adult Swim line-up. For the first cable television season, »

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