Each film debuts both home video and VOD for three months, then streams for free on HBO Max and Adult Swim.
Here are the synopses of the three films:
Power-hungry TRIBUNAL unveils its secret and deadly “Falconback Project” as the world grows in besieged chaos and the menacing Doomstar shatters Earth’s atmosphere as a group member’s mysterious and twisted dissent threatens the future of Dethklok. Picking up directly after Toki Wartooth’s heroic rescue: Can Dethklok choose between their ego and the greatest good in the world to throw themselves into a glove of dangers that will put their soul to the test and finally write the song that will be their salvation?
The new film is created by Brendon Small and Tommy Blancha. The soundtrack of the film will be shown on WaterTower Music.
The Venture Bros.
Doc’s latest invention will bankrupt the Ventures or launch them to new heights, as Hank searches for himself, Dean searches for Hank, The Monarch searches for answers, and a mysterious woman from their past threatens to bring their entire world to pieces.
The Venture Bros. is created, written and produced by Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force
A sequel to the hit animated series, fans will find out what happens next with Frylock, Meatwad, and Master Shake, who see themselves as crime fighters, but the truth is, they never fight crime.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force is created by Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis and follows the bizarre daily life of three human-sized food products living in New Jersey.
In 2015, Dethklok/Metalocalypse fans had campaigned for a final season of the show. In April 2016, the show’s TV house, Adult Swim started a petition to… get Adult Swim to sign the petition… to bring back Metaloclypse, as well as a live video feed from the official fax machine with all entries going direct. in a recycling bin.
Essentially, the joke indicated how seriously Adult Swim took fan requests for more. Metaloclypsis, as creator Brendon Small revealed in a 2016 interview with Loudwire. He mentioned that Adult Swim had no interest in bringing the show back, despite fan demand:
“There was no debate, there was not even a telephone return. It was a difficult ‘no’. It was about as hard of a ‘no’ as you could be… It’s basically like a crappy relationship at the end where we should probably break up, but they kept rocking the idea of doing it. that thing in front of me and then tossing around other TV show ideas and stuff like that.
“What I think really happened is [‘Metalocalypse Now’ campaigners] made Adult Swim crazy. I think Adult Swim, for some reason, took it very personally. The truth was people were like, ‘Hey, what the fuck is this? Where’s our show? We’re here for this show, can you give it to us? We’re gonna watch him like crazy, ‘and [Adult Swim] says no. I think someone has thin skin and someone felt hurt.