Steven Universe is a 2013 show on Cartoon Network.It is the first show to be made by a woman (Rebecca Sugar) on Cartoon Network.
PilotEditThe show originally started as a pilot with other pilots,which were first shown on Youtube,They were later deleted,however the "sneak peak" is just the pilot episode.As you can see,the animation in the pilot is super different than the final animation.This animation was probably cut due to make more episodes faster,and since Regular Show and Adventure Time have very simple animation,this is may also be the reason.Fortunately,the pilot got picked up along with Clarence.The song used in the pilot was used for the show's theme song,but with a faster tone.
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In Steven Universe, the world is protected from evil threats by the Crystal Gems, a group of intergalactic female warriors who use the power of special gem stones embedded on their bodies to summon magical weapons. The four Gems are: Garnet, Amethyst, Pearl and Steven. Steven is a young boy who inherited a gem stone from his mother, a Crystal Gem named Rose Quartz. As Steven tries to figure out the secrets to using his gem, he spends his days in Beach City doing activities with the other Crystal Gems, whether it's helping them save the universe or just hanging out.
TV ShowEditFor the real show,the animation was made much simpler.
The series is rated TV-PG and premiered in North America on Nov.4th,2013.It is created by Rebecca Sugar,the same storyboard artist,writer,and composer for Adventure Time.
Steven Universe has gotten positive press for Rebecca Sugar being the first female producer for any Cartoon Network show.
Information From Wikipedia:
Emily Ashby of Common Sense Media gave the series 2 out of 5 stars, promoting the series "for older tweens [than] for kids" in her review. Devin O’Leary of Alibi praised the series premiere for its "cheerful, distinctive look", making a comparison to the "highly cartoonish art style ... a cross between the old Schoolhouse Rock! shorts and some long-lost 70s anime series."