Season 10 of the award-winning Robot Chicken will enjoy its midseason finale this Sunday, October 27 at Midnight ET/PT on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. While it’s a bummer that we’ll have to wait a little longer for more episodes, we do have a bright note: We have an exclusive clip from the upcoming episode to share with you today, as in, right now!
This clip revisits the classic 1987 sci-fi actioner Predator in which Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s Dutch takes on the title terror in a mano a alieno grudge match to the death. But there’s more to the story, as this clip reveals.
Check out our exclusive clip from Robot Chicken below:
The 10th season of Robot Chicken airs Sundays at midnight on Adult Swim.
Watch full episodes of Robot Chicken here: www.adultswim.com/videos/robot-chicken
For more on all things Robot Chicken, we’ve got you covered! We recently shared another exclusive clip with you that featured the Fab 5 helping a horror icon get a much-needed makeover. We also talked to co-creator Seth Green about the new season of Robot Chicken, the series’ upcoming special, and other projects of his in various states of production, like Star Wars Detours, SuperMansion, and Crossing Swords. You can also listen to that interview along with my review of Season 10 of Robot Chicken in our podcast episode here.
The 10th season is a milestone for Adult Swim’s hit show Robot Chicken, not for celebrating the 200th episode of the Emmy Award-winning show, but for attempting top-secret new formats that break new ground in animated sketch comedy! Um… or something like that.
Robot Chicken uses stop-motion animation to bring pop-culture parodies to life in a modern take on the variety/sketch show format. The series debuted February 2005 and remains among the top-rated original series on Adult Swim. Robot Chicken is created, and executive produced by Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, and their Stoopid Buddy Stoodios partners, John Harvatine IV and Eric Towner, also serve as executive producers. Green and Senreich also write, voice and with Tom Sheppard, direct the award-winning series.