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Cartoon Network is re-investing in Regular Show, The Amazing World of Gumball and Annoying Orange.
Emmy winner Regular Show has been renewed for a fifth season, Gumball for a third, with web-turned-TV series Annoying Orange earning an order for additional episodes, the cable network announced Monday.
Regular Show, which recently wrapped its third season, ranks as the No. 1 show on Mondays from 7-9 p.m. among key boy demographics and No. 1 among kids. Guests on this season on series, which hails from JG Quintel and Cartoon Network Studios, have included Ed Asner and Thomas Haden Church.
STORY: Cartoon Network Orders ‘Annoying Orange’ Comedy Series
Gumball, for its part, hails from Cartoon Network Studio Europe, and has earned two BAFTA wins on its way to becoming the No. 1 program among kids and boys 2-11 and 6-11 on Tuesdays from 7-9 p.m.
For its part, Annoying Orange launched in June and ranks as the No. 1 program on Mondays among all key boy demographics. The series hails from The Collective, Dane Boedigheimer and Tom Sheppard.
Time Warner-owned Cartoon Network is the No. 1 network among boys ages 6-11 and is available in 99 million homes and 194 countries around the world. The network also has a sketch comedy series with Nick Cannon in the works.
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