EXCLUSIVE: The kid-targeted net has picked up 13 additional episodes each of its new animated series. That brings the orders for Cartoon Network‘s Uncle Grandpa and Steven Universe, which were greenlighted in September 2012, to 26 episodes. Creator Pete Browngardt’s Uncle Grandpa, about a magical elder who travels the world finding unusual solutions to everyday situations, has regularly led its time slot in targeted kids demos since its September 2 premiere. Steven Universe, from Rebecca Sugar, Cartoon Network’s first solo female show creator, drew the network’s best premiere of 2013 on November 4. It centers on the ultimate “little brother” to a team of magical guardians of humanity.
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