The animated comedy sequence The Venture Brothers — which ran for 7 seasons over 17 years — is lastly coming to an end on Grownup Swim.
Sadly, followers should say goodbye to the Enterprise family which includes teen brothers Dean and Hank, their scientist dad Rusty, the family bodyguard Brock Sampson and a vast array of bizarre however hilarious supervillains and henchmen.
Current creator Christopher McCulloch (who writes beneath the pen title Jackson Publick) confirmed on Monday by means of Twitter the sequence could possibly be ending. Apparently, the writing crew was in the middle of engaged on season eight after they obtained the knowledge.
“Sadly, it’s true: ‘Enterprise Bros.’ has been canceled,” McCulloch tweeted. “We purchased the extraordinarily disappointing data just some months previously, whereas we’ve been writing what would have been season eight. We thanks, our fantastic followers, for 17 years of your kind (and affected particular person) consideration. And, as on a regular basis, we love you.”
Actor James Urbaniak tweeted about his appreciation for with the power to voice the dad Rusty Enterprise over so a couple of years.
“So, as a result of it ought to to all, cancelation has come for The Enterprise Bros,” Urbaniak tweeted on Monday. “The pilot aired 17 years previously, which suggests the current was almost old enough to vote. It was one in every of many good gadgets of my life & occupation. The followers have been, pretty merely, the best. Thanks, everybody. Go. Group. Enterprise!”
However, Grownup Swim talked about it was looking for a method to proceed the story with McCulloch and co-writer Doc Hammer, according to Variety on Monday. So perhaps all is simply not misplaced.
“We moreover want additional Enterprise Bros. and have been working with Jackson [Publick] and Doc [Hammer] to look out one different method to proceed the Enterprise Bros. story,” Adult Swim said in a statement.
The sequence was one in every of many longest-running genuine sequence on Grownup Swim, which included seven seasons. The pilot episode first aired on Cartoon Neighborhood’s Grownup Swim in 2003.
Followers shared their love for The Enterprise Brothers on social media and requested totally different networks to save lots of a number of the current or perhaps crowdfund one different season to be aired elsewhere.