Cartoon xnXX, which debuted in the United States on August 16, has a new host, as the cartoon network is shutting down its website and the entire roster of characters, which it launched in 2009.
The cartoon, which began as a parody of the TV show “Family Guy,” is a comedic cartoon aimed at young adults and is known for its playful cartoon characters and witty writing.
It has been one of the top-rated shows on Adult Swim since its debut in 2010, with average ratings of more than 4.5 million viewers a week.
The show also stars Kevin Hart, John Goodman and Eric Stonestreet.
It’s been renewed for a fourth season and the network has promised to release a new cartoon this fall.
Cartoon Xnxx has been on hiatus since January when it shut down the website, but Cartoon Network has been trying to get Cartoon XnXX back online, but its been a slow-moving process.
In April, Cartoon Network president Chris Lee said Cartoon Xpxx was being relaunched on the network’s website, which he said had not been made public.
Lee said the reboot of Cartoon Xpmxx is scheduled to premiere in 2019, with a new episode of Cartoon Network’s most popular show, “Moe’s Garage.”
The new cartoon will be a spinoff of the popular Cartoon Xpx series, which launched in 2016.