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Andrew W.K., Maker Studios Ask Young Viewers To ‘Meet Me At The Reck’

This fall, Andrew W.K., the "king of partying" and host of Cartoon Network’s Destroy Build Destroy, will go from rocker to “recker.” He’s partnered with Maker Studios to host the original series Meet Me at the Reck, a kid-focused educational program full of adventures and famous faces. “Hosting Meet Me at The Reck was so much fun for me,” said Andrew W.K. in a release. “The kids and characters I got to hang out with were all amazing people—we all got to run around and go crazy together and we were able to meet special guests who showed us how to make really cool projects. It's a very advanced party time with some very advanced party friends!” The show’s trailer calls it “Sesame Street for the digital generation,” which is exactly what it looks like it’ll be. W.K. and his gang of kids called “reckers” will build,
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Comic-Con: Andrew W.K. Talks About Adult Swim Work and Says “Fuck You” to Certain Mothers

Andrew W.K. is a strange sort of fellow. After bursting onto the scene in the early ‘00s with his debut album I Get Wet (which featured tracks like Party Hard, Party Till You Puke and Fun Night), W.K. went into a contract dispute-induced hibernation. Now, after clearing up his legal issues, which he peppered over with a delightfully gonzo, Abby Hoffman inspired conspiracy theory that positioned W.K. as not just a major label shill, but also as a completely fictional character, the man is back. Except now, W.K. isn’t just singing. He’s also hosting, Destroy Build Destroy, a live action series on Cartoon Network, tearing up twitter, producing Emmy nominated Dub albums, running night clubs, promoting Taco Bell and giving lectures at Harvard…and My Little Pony conventions, just to name a few of his various achievements. Earlier today I sat down with W.K.
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Cartoon Network's VP Rob Swartz Exits

Cartoon Network's VP original series Rob Swartz is leaving the cable network after a three-year stint to return to his alternative series roots, this time as a producer. His last day is today. At Cn, Swarz led the development and current teams and oversaw development and current programming for all of Cn’s original animated, live-action and alternative series, including Adventure Time, Regular Show, Mad, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, Generator Rex, Young Justice, Hole in the Wall, Dude What Would Happen, and Destroy Build Destroy. He joined Cn from Syfy, where as VP alternative programming he developed and launched Destination Truth and was responsible for overseeing the successful Ghost Hunters franchise. Here is an internal memo from Cn chief content officer Rob Sorcher announcing Swartz's departure: Rob Swartz has decided to pursue a career track producing alternative format series, as a producer. I am very grateful to Rob
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Hole in the Wall, Dude, What Would Happen, and Destroy Build Destroyed Get Renewed

Hole in the Wall, Dude, What Would Happen, and Destroy Build Destroyed Get Renewed
Cartoon Network is ordering additional episodes of their hilarious new game show, Hole in the Wall and hit live-action series Dude, What Would Happen along with a third season of Destroy Build Destroy. Since their Fall 2010 season premieres (Oct. 6, 2010), Dude, What Would Happen (8:00 p.m. Et, Pt) and Destroy Build Destroy (8:30 p.m. Et, Pt) are the #1 programs in their timeslots with boys 2-11, boys 6-11 and boys 9-14 according to Nielsen Media Research*.

Since its series premiere, Hole in the Wall (7:30 p.m. Et, Pt) is the #1 program in its timeslot with boys 6-11 and boys 9-14. Overall, Wednesday nights on Cartoon Network has seen double-digit delivery growth versus last year with kids and boys 6-11 and 9-14.

"The tremendous success of these three unique shows has made Wednesday night appointment viewing" said Rob Swartz, vice president of original series for Cartoon Network. "Hole in the Wall,
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Lego reality show: One brick at a time

There's a Lego reality show in the works according to Variety, which means there's a fandom obsession in the works, according to me. Scott Messick, reality producer of such shows as Destroy Build Destroy and Shaq vs, is currently developing a doc series around the Lego "master builders" who create the most insane Lego sculptures all over the world. Another possible series might be based at the Legoland park and be a contest of some kind. Let's think about how awesome a Lego show would be for a moment while we watch this amazing feat of Lego construction: I am
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Cartoon Net orders more 'Destroy'

Cartoon Network has picked up additional episodes of the live-action competition series "Destroy Build Destroy."

The new episodes of the show -- in which two teams compete against one another to destroy a large structure, rebuild it into something different and then destroy it again -- will begin filming in October.

Andrew W.K. is back as host.

"Destroy Build Destroy," Cartoon Network's No. 1 live-action series with kids and boys 6-11, was created by Dan Taberski and produced by Idiot Box & Mess Media. Taberski and Scott Messick exec produce.
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