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Johnny Test is an American and Canadian animated series created by Scott Fellows. The show follows the adventures of Johnny Test, a delinquent boy who is often used as a lab rat by his genius twin sisters. These experiments will either help Johnny save the day along with his talking dog Dookie, or be the cause of the problem in the first place. Though the show is infamous online for its generally poor production quality, it has nevertheless garnered an ironic following, much like the series Cory in the House.
The show premiered on Kids WB In September 17, 2005, produced by Warner Bros. Animation for the first season and Teletoon Productions, Cookie Jar Entertainment, and DHX Media consecutively for the rest. The show debuted on Cartoon Network on January 7th, 2008, broadcasting during six years until it was cancelled on 2014, after 7 seasons and 130 episodes.
On March 15th, 2019, the official Johnny Test Youtube channel posted a teaser trailer announcing a new project for the show. According to the teaser, the new project will be produced by WildBrain, formerly known as DHX Media. The teaser was later made private on Youtube sometime in October, though is still available on Facebook.
On January 20th, 2020, Wildbrain announced the development of a new season/revival of the show, alongside announcing positions made available for the project.
On May 1st, the official channel launched a livestream counting down to the next day, leading to the premiere of the first episode of a new webseries called The Lost Webseries. The episode received mixed reviews with a number of people noting its more lower quality animation compared to previous seasons. This was also made private a few days later. 5 days later, it was reported that Wildbrain and Netflix would collaborate to produce two more seasons of the show alongside an interactive special. The show will notably employ a new artstyle compared to previous seasons and is set to premiere in 2021.
Common Sense Media rates Johnny Test as a show recommended to seven year old children and its quality with 3/5 stars. The average rating of Johnny Test in IMDB is a 5.3/10 from 2,619 users. The average score of TV.com from its users is a 5.8/10. Furthermore, several Youtubers have made their own video reviews on the TV show, most of these negatively criticizing the show.
The tag Johnny Test is active on Tumblr and there are currently 5,351 results when Johnny Test is searched on Deviantart.
Bee Shrek Test in the House
Bee Shrek Test in The House is an ironic crossover fandom meant to parody other genuine crossover fandoms like SuperWhoLock. It consists of the movies Shrek, Bee Movie, and television shows Cory in the House and Johnny Test.
Whip Crack refers to the whip sound effect that is used on the series, which has been often used to poke fun at the show for it's overuse. YouTuber cartoonlover98 uploaded on April 29, 2014 a video where it's counted how many times the whip sound effect is used on one episode, resulting on 190 whip cracks for 11 minutes (re-upload shown below, left). As March 8, 2014, the video has over 200,000 views. There's also several videos that parody the sound overuse by adding them to other cartoon scenes.
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 The Cookie Jar Company (via Wayback Machine) – JOHNNY TEST TO DEBUT CARTOON NETWORK
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