Stoopid Buddy Stoodios
|Founded||2005 (as Stoopid Monkey)|
2011 (as Stoopid Buddy Stoodios)
John Harvatine IV
John Harvatine IV
Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, formerly known as Stoopid Monkey, is an American production company and animation studio, formed by Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, John Harvatine IV, and Eric Towner. It was established in 2011 following the partnership of Stoopid Monkey and Buddy Systems Studios. It is one of the producers of the Adult Swim animated television series Robot Chicken and Hot Streets as well as SuperMansion on the Sony streaming service Sony Crackle and Buddy Thunderstruck on Netflix.
The company was founded in 2005 as Stoopid Monkey and relauched under its current name in 2011.
|Adult Swim||Robot Chicken||Seth Green
Sony Pictures Digital [season 1-5]
Sony Pictures Television [season 6-9]
ShadowMachine Films [season 1-5]
|Produced under Stoopid Monkey. Season 6-9 is co-produced by Stoopid Buddy Stoodios|
|Adult Swim||Titan Maximum||Matthew Senreich
|2009||Tom Is Awesome
|Produced under Stoopid Monkey|
|Cartoon Network||Mad||Kevin Shinick||2011–2013||Warner Bros. Animation
|Spy vs. Spy sketches seasons 2-4 only|
|The CW||Crazy Ex-Girlfriend||Rachel Bloom
Aline Brosh McKenna
webbterfuge (season 1)
Black Lamb (season 2–4)
racheldoesstuff (season 2–4)
Warner Bros. Television
CBS Television Studios
|Created the title sequence for season 1, also did some animated transitions and "Our Twisted Fate" in season 4|
|Sony Crackle||SuperMansion||Matthew Senreich
|2015–present||Moon Shot Entertainment|
|Netflix||Buddy Thunderstruck||Ryan Wiesbrock||2017||American Greetings Entertainment||First family-oriented production|
|Adult Swim||Hot Streets||Brian Wysol||2018–2019||Williams Street
Justin Roiland's Solo Vanity Card Productions!
|First traditional animated series|
|Hulu||Crossing Swords||John Harvatine IV
|2020||Tom Is Awesome|
|TBA||Superbago!||TBA||TBA||Sony Pictures Animation||Originally developed as a feature film.|
- The Stoopid Monkey Show (2011–present)
- WWE Slam City (2014)
- Kre-O Transformers (2015)
- Bratz (2015–16)
- Lego Scooby-Doo (2015–present)
- Camp WWE (2016–present)
- Blark and Son (2018–present)
- Robot Chicken: Star Wars (2007)
- Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II (2008)
- Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III (2010)
- Robot Chicken DC Comics Special (2012)
- Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 2: Villains in Paradise (2014)
- Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Magical Friendship (2015)
- I Feel Good (2018) (in association with Arte and Stoopid Buddy Stoodios)
- Rabbids (TBA) (in association with Ubisoft Motion Pictures and Sony Pictures Entertainment)
- Changeland (TBA) (in association with Living Films and Karivara Films)
Every episode of Robot Chicken from seasons 1-4 displays one of many still Stoopid Monkey production logos following the credits; each depicts a cartoon monkey performing an obviously foolish or life-threatening activity or the aftermath of suicide as an irritated Seth Green is heard saying, "Stupid monkey." Each Stoopid Monkey card was drawn by artist and actor Adam Talbott. In season 5, the logo is the monkey's shining silver head smiling with the shining Stoopid Monkey text below it. From season 6 onward, the logo returned to a similar concept as the first, but the titular monkey was redesigned to be cuter, despite in season 7 a still variant showcasing only the company logo was used.
- Hopewell, John (June 12, 2019). "Sony Pictures Animation Links to Tencent, Sets New 'Boondocks,' Tartakovsky Duo". Variety. Retrieved June 13, 2019.
- McNary, Dave (July 9, 2014). "Sony Pictures Animation Developing 'Superbago'". Variety. Retrieved July 11, 2014.
- LEGO® Scooby-Doo: Ghoul on Wheels. August 26, 2015 – via YouTube.
- "WWE Network partners with Seth Green, Jerry Springer and Jeff Tremaine on three new original series". www.wwe.com.
- Cartoon Brew (January 5, 2017). "'Robot Chicken' Maker @StoopidBuddy To Launch Online Series 'Blark and Son'". Twitter.
- Kroll, Justin (October 14, 2015). "'Robot Chicken' Writers to Pen 'Rabbids' Movie for Sony, Ubisoft (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved October 15, 2015.
- Staff (February 10, 2014). "Sony To Make Movie Based On Ubisoft's 'Rabbids'". deadline.com. Retrieved 10 February 2014.