Adult Swim has announced its new lineup of 2013-2014 programming, which includes returning favorites like Black Dynamite, The Boondocks, Robot Chicken and The Venture Brothers as well as new acquisition, Bob’s Burgers, a Halloween special from Tim & Eric and various live-action pilots from, among others, Aaron McGruder (The Boondocks), Paul Scheer (The League, Human Giant) and the creators of Space Ghost Coast to Coast.

Here’s a summary of the new animated content they’ll be offering to stoners throughout the 2013-2014 season:

Rick and Morty, Dan Harmon (Community) and Justin Roiland’s (Disney’s Fish Hooks) pilot about the adventures of a “genius inventor grandfather and his less than genius grandson” will go to series for a late 2013 premiere.

King Star King, about an amnesiac modern-day he-man “who falls from the realm of the gods” and lands a job as a waffle fry cook, by JJ Villard (The Son of Satan, Monster Vs. Aliens).

Mr. Pickles, a new show featuring “ a deviant border collie with a secret satanic streak” in a polluted old-fashioned town, created by Will Carsola and Dave Stewart (Funny Or Die Presents Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time).

Mike Tyson Mysteries, a new series by Warner Bros Animation that places the ex-boxer in a problem solving premise alongside a talking pigeon and a magical face tattoo.

Ghostbags
, a pilot produced by Hayes Davenport (Eastbound and Down) and Guy Endore-Kaiser (Allen Gregory) about the afterlives of three “douchebag” frat guys who die in a horrible car accident.

Metalocalpyse: The Doom Star Requiem
, a one-hour special picking up where the Metalocalypse season 4 finale left off, created by Brendon Small and airing in October 2013.

Robot Chicken DC Comics Special II, the 2014 sequel to the Annie Award-winning Robot Chicken DC Comics Special made in partnership between Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation.

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