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I don’t really care what you do, but own up to your choice when you watch the show from a source that doesn’t pay the people involved.” ] episodes that were mistakenly posted online, I hope you enjoyed them,” said Matt Burnett, who’s written several episodes of the show.
“It was a very fun arc to work on.” The notion that the episodes made it online by accident runs counter to what Cartoon Network told us.
Steven Universe is a coming-of-age story told from the perspective of Steven, a chubby and happy-go-lucky boy and the youngest member of an intergalactic team of warriors called the Crystal Gems.
Together, the Crystal Gems fight and protect the Universe, while Steven strums up a cheesy tune on his ukulele.
“This is actually something we’ve been doing for some time with a few of our shows through what we call the ‘See It First’ element of the [Cartoon Network] App,” they said.
episodes had the “See It First” designation when they appeared on the app.
For one I saw the Berenstein/Berenstain Bears thing mentioned and I always knew them is Berenstein. No record of “stein” which is definitely how it was when i was younger. Matt said: I specifically remember Berenstein Bears, not Berenstain Bears.
“If you watched the episodes on the CN app, you’re cool,” Tran wrote. If you’re downloading it from illegal sources, however: illegal sources don’t pay licensing fees to show an episode like legit sources do.
Aivi Tran, who works as a composer on the show, took to Twitter and Tumblr to criticize those who chose to “enjoy [her] work illegally.” “Geez, I have no clue what’s going on,” Tran tweeted in the early hours of Jan.
3, shortly after the episodes were removed from the app.
“Releasing all the episodes, online, at once, at an irregular hour, with no previous announcement, nearly a whole month before the episodes are even meant to premiere on their channel? “If it's intentional, it's a ’s demographically diverse audience may not have the patience for app-based premieres, however, according to many fans online.
“While kids may use the app, teens and young adults just pirate,” wrote sevelev711.