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Somewhere is an animated series created by Aaron McCullough, who created the emmy award-winning Pan-Boy! for Cartoon Network. The show centers around 3 colorful friends in their mid-20s who shared a hotel room together since they were teenagers. They go by the names of Michael, Hannah, and Drake, with Michael being the responsible one who knows how to stay out of trouble, Hannah being the fun one who loves having fun, and Drake being the diobolical one who likes to do blow stuff up most of the time. This show takes place in the same universe as Pan-Boy!. The show is the first Cartoon Network Studios production that's not produced for Cartoon Network.
The series originally ran from March 1st, 2013 to May 17th, 2013 for a total of 13 episodes on TBS. A 26-episode second season premiered on Netflix on August 18, 2019. Both a 15-episode third and final season, and a crossover special with Pan-Boy! will premiere in 2020.
The show is usually rated TV-PG-DV in the United States. Some episodes are rated just TV-PG.
In late 2011 to early 2012, McCullough starting developing a new show called Somewhere, with most of the same people who worked on Pan-Boy!. He created a pitch pilot to TBS called "Somewhere in Space", they liked the pilot so much that they green lit the show in early 2013.
The animation for Season 1 was handled by Rough Draft Korea, Seasons 2-3's animation are now handled by Mercury Filmworks.
Just like Pan-Boy!, The music for this show was chiptune music produced by Jake Kaufman.
The show was originally cancelled by TBS on May 17, 2013 after one season and 13 episodes. The reason for the cancellation due to low ratings and TBS not liking the show all too much, thus moving the show's time slot over and over, and airing the episodes out of order. A second season was supposed to premiere in 2014, but it was cancelled.
Due to popular demand, Netflix brought back the show for a second and third season. Season 2 premiered on August 18, 2019. Production on Season 2 started around late 2016 to early 2017.
|First released||Last released|
|1||13||March 1, 2013||May 17, 2013|
|2||26||August 18, 2019||Netflix|
|Crossover special||2020||Cartoon Network|
Season 1 (2013)
|No. overall||No. in season||Title||Written and storyboarded by||Original air date||US viewers (millions)|
|0||0||"Somewhere in Space"||Aaron McCullough||2012||N/A|
|Three multicolored humans named Michael, Hannah, and Drake are stuck on the Moon and need to get back to Earth.|
|1||1||"Love at First Bite"||Aaron McCullough & Andy Ristaino||March 1, 2013||2.0|
|Hannah falls in love with a vampire.|
|2||2||"Inspiration"||Aaron McCullough||March 1, 2013||1.9|
|Michael writes a very inspiring poem.|
|3||3||"We Love Japan!"||Kent Osborne||March 1, 2013||2.0|
|Michael, Hannah and Drake make friends with a Chinese family.|
|4||4||"Drake's Sins"||Aaron McCullough & Andy Ristaino||March 1, 2013||2.0|
|Drake counts all of his sins one by one.|
|5||5||"Spooky Summer"||Andy Ristaino||March 2, 2013||1.4|
|Michael, Hannah and Drake get ready for Summerween.|
|6||6||"Merry Birthmas, Drake"||Somvilay Xayaphone||March 3, 2013||1.2|
|Drake tells Michael and Hannah why he hates his birthday.|
|7||7||"Another Psycho"||Kent Osborne||March 3, 2013||1.3|
|Drake meets a female murderer named Annie and tries to kill her to get back his spot light.|
|8||8||"Cats in the Air"||Aaron McCullough||May 15, 2013||0.5|
|Michael and Hannah find a bunch of flying cats.|
|9||9||"Vampire Cat"||Aaron McCullough & Andy Ristaino||May 15, 2013||0.3|
|A blood-sucking cat that belonged to Michael's distant sister invades the town.|
|10||10||"Flashlight"||Somvilay Xayaphone||May 3, 2013||0.8|
|Michael finds a lonely flashlight and tries to get it a flashlight girlfriend.|
|11||11||"Tsundere"||Kent Osborne, Aaron McCullough, Nate Cash, & Kelly Crews||May 12, 2013||0.6|
|Drake meets a girl named Maud and starts dating her, making Annie a bit jealous.|
|12||12||"The Big Sleep"||Aaron McCullough||May 17, 2013||0.2|
|Michael tries to out a vicious dog to sleep...forever.|
|13||13||"No Longer Friends"||Aaron McCullough, Kent Osborne, Nate Cash, & Somvilay Xayaphone||May 17, 2013||0.2|
|After an incident that happened in Boston, Michael, Drake, and Hannah are blamed for the incident, causing them to split up and never talk to each other again.|
Season 2 (2019)
|No. overall||No. in season||Title||Written and storyboarded by||Original release date|
|14||1||"Reunion"||Kent Osborne, Somvilay Xayaphone, Aaron McCullough, Nate Cash, & Kelly Crews||August 18, 2019|
|After six years of being separated, Michael, Drake, and Hannah finally decide to become friends again.|
|15||2||"Summer Salt"||Andy Ristaino||August 18, 2019|
|Hannah makes a salty salmon dinner to celebrate the begining of the summer, but the ingredients are missing.|
|16||3||"A Good Friend from the Old Times"||Andy Ristaino||August 18, 2019|
|An old friend from over 100 years ago visits the hotel.|
|17||4||"The Crystal Arm"||Aaron McCullough & Andy Ristaino||August 18, 2019|
|Michael, Drake, and Hannah go on a quest for something legendary.|
|18||5||"Nixon"||Kelly Crews||August 18, 2019|
|Drake's former arch nemesis, Richard Nixon, comes back and plots the end of the galaxy.|
|19||6||"Love is in the Fair"||Kelly Crews||August 18, 2019|
|Hannah finds her "true-est" love at a fair that she goes to.|
|20||7||"Pizza Bowl"||Andy Ristaino||August 18, 2019|
|Michael and Hannah warn Drake about an evil bowl of pizza.|
|21||8||"The Vicious Hug Disease"||Mike Roth||August 18, 2019|
|Michael can't stop hugging people due to a disease that he got from his grandpa.|
|22||9||"The Story of Edd Johnson"||Andy Ristaino||August 18, 2019|
|Michael tells Drake the story of the ted-loving Edd Johnson so that Drake can go to sleep.|
|23||10||"The Organ Swamp"||Mike Roth & Kent Osborne||August 18, 2019|
|Michael, Drake, and Hannah visit a swamp full of organs.|
|24||11||"The Cartoonist"||Ghostshrimp||August 18, 2019|
|Hannah meets a cartoonist named Barbera Hanes and wants to collaborate with her so bad.|
|25||12||"Mountain Journey"||Andy Ristaino||August 18, 2019|
|Michael, Drake, and Hannah goes on an adventure to retrieve a box on a tall mountain.|
|26||13||"Electrode Boogaloo"||Andy Ristaino||August 18, 2019|
|Michael, Drake, and Hannah test out electrodes on food to see how food explodes.|
|27||14||"No Service"||Mike Roth & Kent Osborne||August 18, 2019|
|Drake tries to find something to do after the internet dies for some reason.|
|28||15||"Art-Off"||Kent Osborne, Aaron McCullough, Nate Cash, & Kelly Crews||August 18, 2019|
|Drake learns about an art contest that can win the top contestant 100 billion dollars, and he tries to get Michael to enter since Michael's the best artist he knows.|
|29||16||"Chips"||Kent Osborne, Aaron McCullough, Nate Cash, & Kelly Crews||August 18, 2019|
|Hannah grows a big obsession with eating potato chips and it gets out of hand.|
|30||17||"Helicopter"||Mike Roth||August 18, 2019|
|Michael and Drake chase after a helicopter that mysteriously flows through the city.|
|31||18||"Somebody I Used To Know"||Mike Roth & Kent Osborne||August 18, 2019|
|Drake meets his great-great-great grandpa in one of his hyperrealistic dreams.|
|32||19||"Danger Ranger"||Somvilay Xayaphone||August 18, 2019|
|Michael meets his new favorite hero.|
|33||20||"Anteaters from Mars"||Somvilay Xayaphone||August 18, 2019|
|Hannah meets three anteaters from mars and keeps them as pets, not knowing their domestically violent nature.|
|34||21||"Slice of Life"||Kent Osborne, Aaron McCullough, Nate Cash, & Kelly Crews||August 18, 2019|
|Drake takes a look at Hannah's daily life.|
|35||22||"Water's (Not) Fine"||Mike Roth||August 18, 2019|
|Michael, Drake, and Hannah go into a pool full of strange monsters.|
|36||23||"Swimming"||Mike Roth||August 18, 2019|
|Hannah teaches Michael to swim.|
|37||24||"Swords"||Mike Roth||August 18, 2019|
|Michael, Drake, and Hannah go exploring and find a 70-feet-tall pile of swords.|
|"Pig Attack: The Virus" (Part 1)|
"Pig Attack: Chemicals" (Part 2)
|Kent Osborne, Aaron McCullough, Nate Cash, & Kelly Crews|
Mike Roth, Nate Cash, Kelly Crews, & Aaron McCullough
|August 18, 2019|
August 18, 2019
|A bunch of army pigs try to take over the town and kill everyone.|
Drake creates some chemicals that will end the pig invasion forever.
Season 3 (TBA 2020)
|No. overall||No. in season||Title||Written and storyboarded by||Original air date|
Crossover special (2020)
|Title||Written and storyboarded by||Original air date||Prod.|
|"Somewhere in the Void"||Patrick McHale, Aaron McCullough, Kelly Crews, & Ben Gruber||2020||TBA||TBD|
|Pan-Boy and Scribbles meet up with Michael, Hannah, and Drake at an ATM.|
Somewhere received generally mixed reviews, with the show's first few episodes getting mixed to negative reviews, with a critic on IMDb calling them "not as good as Pan-Boy!", and the show's last episodes getting mostly positive reviews. The series received a 7.5 on IMDb. Season 2 was been receiving mostly positive reviews as of today, with a critic on IMDb calling it "An improvement over Season 1".
- ↑ "Somewhere Season 1 episodes".
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "Friday's Cable Ratings: NBA Doubleheader, Disney Originals Top Charts".
- ↑ "Saturday's Cable Ratings: ESPN Tops Charts with College Basketball Doubleheader".
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 "Sunday's Cable Ratings: "Walking Dead" Keeps Demo Crown, "The Bible" Tops Viewers".
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 "Wednesday's Cable Ratings: TNT Tops Third Consecutive Night with NBA Playoffs".
- ↑ "Friday's Cable Ratings: NBA Playoffs Keep ESPN in Front".
- ↑ "Sunday's Cable Ratings: Another Week, Another "Game of Thrones"".
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 "Friday's Cable Ratings: "Sons of Guns," "WWE Smackdown" Lead".
- ↑ "Somewhere Season 2 episodes".