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|SpongeBob in Minecraft|
Logo as of late Season 1
|Original run||February 23, 2014 - July 8, 2017|
|# of seasons||5|
|# of episodes||40 (does not include Pilot)|
|Starring|| Tom Kenny (as SpongeBob)
Bill Fagerbakke (as Patrick Star) TheSponge231 (as Steve)
|Spin-off status||Concluded, in reruns|
|Production company||United Plankton Pictures in co-op with TheSponge231 Productions|
|Followed by||The SpongeBob in Minecraft Movie (2017)|
SpongeBob in Minecraft is a 2014 TV show by TheSponge231. It is a crossover between SpongeBob SqaurePants and the game Minecraft.
It uses the same style as most Minecraft animations.
The series currently airs on Nickelodeon in the US, and on TV Tokyo in Japan.
On July 8, 2017, 11 days before the release of the film, the series concluded with the episode "What's Next?", which foreshadows said film.
SpongeBob and Patrick get sucked into SpongeBob's computer, ending up in Minecraft.
- Sheldon J. Plankton
- Creeper Army
- Eugene H. Krabs
- Gary the Snail
- Sandy Cheeks
- Squidward Tentacles
See article: List of SpongeBob in Minecraft episodes
- Main article: SpongeBob in Minecraft (2016 video game)
On February 13, 2016 the self-titled game SpongeBob in Minecraft was released for mobile. It combined two genres, city-building and survival. The game was developed by Mojang, the creators of Minecraft.
- Main article: The SpongeBob in Minecraft Movie
In late 2015, TheSponge231 announced that there will be a feature film to end the series and is set to release in 2017. The movie has a website at spongebobinmcmovie.com.
Main article: Creepocolapse
The "lost episode", entitled Creepocolypse, is set to air a day after the movie's premiere. The episode was produced early in the series life, but has not been aired since. The reason being the fact that TheSponge231 Productions lost the files to the episode, but were able to recover them during the movie's development.
- "The Lost Treasure" is the first two part episode of SpongeBob in Minecraft.
- The series has a website at www.spongebobinmc.com. As of 2015, the link leads to the website for the movie.
- There was once an episode planned for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, but it was cancelled after it was announced the show would go on a year-long hiatus.
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