Adult Swim’s Tigtone Canceled After Two Seasons

 

 

Adult Swim is continuing it’s purge of original series with the latest announcement coming by way of Tigtone creator Benjamin Martian who has confirmed that the network has opted to not move forward with a third season of the series. Tigtone joins a long list of other recently canceled Adult Swim series which includes Lazor Wulf, 12 oz Mouse, probably Dream Corp LLC, and The Jellies. 

Tigtone is an American adult animated fantasy comedy television series that premiered on Adult Swim in 2019. It is based on the original characters of an independent short, The Begun of Tigtone, created by Andrew Koehler, Benjamin Martian, and Zack Wallenfang. They produced it through their own company Babyhemyth Productions.

The series was created by Andrew Koehler and Benjamin Martian and produced by Babyhemyth Productions with other two companies, Titmouse, Inc. and Williams Street. The setting is a parody of clichés and tropes from the medieval fantasy genre, with occasional steampunk references.

Synopsis:

In a medieval world, Tigtone is an intense and high-strung adventurer with a penchant for the over-dramatic and a murderous obsession for quests. He resides in the surreal, medieval kingdom of Propecia, ruled by its two-headed conjoined twin monarchs, King-Queen, who is regularly flanked by their effeminate man-child son Prince Lavender and their frequently put-upon attendant Command-Or Mathis. Joined by his trusty and expendable companion Helpy, Tigtone regularly accepts tasks and assignments that take him to various locations in Propecia, slaughtering numerous enemies along the way.

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