Go Team Venture! Season Seven of The Venture Bros. Returns August 5th on Adult Swim 

Get Ready for an Exciting New Season of More Drama, Disappointment and Danger Adult Swim’s highly-anticipated and beloved animated adventure-comedy series, The Venture Bros. returns for season seven on Sunday, August […]

Get Ready for an Exciting New Season of More Drama, Disappointment and Danger

Adult Swim’s highly-anticipated and beloved animated adventure-comedy series, The Venture Bros. returns for season seven on Sunday, August 5th at Midnight ET/PT.  Fans can share the exciting news with a custom GIF created here by the network. 
 

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Slap on your winter parka and warm your hands over a smoldering pile of broken dreams and semi-functioning teleporters as Team Venture saves their frozen butts from the icy chill of organized villainy. Laugh along with the pathos and pity served cold like so much revenge soup.
 
Each half-hour action-packed episode is based on the true-life escapades of America’s favorite family of super scientists and the inescapable agents of their downfall. Created and directed by Jackson Publick, and written and executive produced by Publick and Doc Hammer, The Venture Bros. season seven is produced by Titmouse, Inc.
 
The new season finds Team Venture in their cozy Manhattan lair dealing with everyday allies, enemies, and the unknown. Fans can expect more danger and drama mixed in with hazardous blizzard conditions making for more obstacles Team Venture must overcome.

Ahead of the season premiere, Dark Horse Comics will release its highly-anticipated Go Team Venture!: The Art and Making of The Venture Bros. on July 31, offering fans a never-before-seen look at the series complete with artwork and original sketches by Publick and Hammer.
 
Adult Swim first introduced viewers to Hank and Dean Venture in August 2004. The twin brothers living in a high-tech compound where their father, the world-renowned Dr. Venture, carries out his scientific experiments are all-American boys oddly out of place in today’s world.  But it’s not all reading, sports and goofing around in dad’s lab for these fraternal twins.  Once the boys leave home, they inevitably find themselves in danger. 

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