Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. Tartakovsky conceived Samurai Jack after finishing his work on his first Cartoon Network original series, Dexter's Laboratory, which premiered in 1996. Samurai Jack was inspired by Tartakovsky's enjoyment of the Kung Fu televised drama starring David Carradine as well as his fascination with samurai culture. The series has garnered critical acclaim, and won eight Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program, as well as six Annie Awards and an OIAF Award.

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  • Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. Tartakovsky conceived Samurai Jack after finishing his work on his first Cartoon Network original series, Dexter's Laboratory, which premiered in 1996. Samurai Jack was inspired by Tartakovsky's enjoyment of the Kung Fu televised drama starring David Carradine as well as his fascination with samurai culture. The titular character, "Jack," an unnamed Japanese samurai who, after nearly defeating the ultimate evil being known as Aku, using a magic katana capable of cutting through virtually anything, is sent forward in time by him to a dystopian future ruled by the tyrannical shape-shifting demon. Jack, who is brought to the future with only his kimono, geta, and sword, quests to travel back to his own time and defeat Aku before he can take over the world. Jack's search for a way back to his own time period transcends Aku's control, but Jack's efforts are largely in vain due to the ways back to his home being just out of his reach. Premiering on August 10, 2001 with a three-part made-for-TV movie called The Premiere Movie, the first episode has nine and half minutes of silence, without dialogue—which was unheard of in children's animation featured on any American television show—a hallmark staple of the series in addition to its groundbreaking animation style that featured character designs without black outlines. Samurai Jack originally ran for four seasons comprising thirteen episodes each until September 25, 2004, without concluding the overarching story. The show was revived twelve years later for the fifth season that provided a conclusion to Jack's story. The fifth season premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami block on March 11, 2017 and concluded with its final episode, which serves as the series finale, on May 20, 2017. Episodes are directed by Tartakovsky, often in collaboration with others. The series has garnered critical acclaim, and won eight Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program, as well as six Annie Awards and an OIAF Award. (en)
  • {{Infobox television| image = SamuraiJack.png| image_size = 280px| genre = Action-adventureComedy-dramaDystopianScience fantasy| creator = Genndy Tartakovsky | writer = * Genndy Tartakovsky * Bryan Andrews * Brian Larsen * Chris Reccardi * Darrick Bachman * Charlie Bean * Paul Rudish * Aaron Springer * Chris Mitchell * Erik Wiese | director = * Genndy Tartakovsky * Randy Myers * Robert Alvarez * Rob Renzetti * Chris Savino | voices = * Phil LaMarr * Mako (seasons 1–4) * Greg Baldwin (season 5) | theme_music_composer = * Will Adams * George Pajon, Jr. * Tyler Bates (season 5) | opentheme = "Samurai Jack" (seasons 1–4)| endtheme = "Samurai Jack" | composer = * James L. Venable (seasons 1–4) * Tyler Bates, Joanne Higginbottom, and Dieter Hartmann (season 5) * Paul Dinletir (additional music, seasons 1–4) | country = United States| language = English| num_seasons = 5| num_episodes = 62| list_episodes = List of Samurai Jack episodes | executive_producer = * Genndy Tartakovsky * For Cartoon Network (seasons 1–4): * Mike Lazzo * Linda Simensky * For Cartoon Network Studios (season 5): * Brian A. Miller * Jennifer Pelphrey * Rob Sorcher * For Williams Street (season 5): * Keith Crofford * Mike Lazzo | producer = * Genndy Tartakovsky * Dana Ritchey (associate producer, seasons 1–4) * Kelly Crews (supervising producer, season 5) | runtime = 22 minutes | company = * Cartoon Network Studios * Williams Street (season 5) | distributor = * Warner Bros. Television Distribution | channel = * Cartoon Network (2001–04) * Adult Swim (2017) | picture_format = * 480i (4:3 SDTV) * 1080i (16:9 HDTV) Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. Tartakovsky conceived Samurai Jack after finishing his work on his first Cartoon Network original series, Dexter's Laboratory, which premiered in 1996. Samurai Jack was inspired by Tartakovsky's enjoyment of the Kung Fu televised drama starring David Carradine as well as his fascination with samurai culture. The titular character, "Jack," an unnamed Japanese samurai who, after nearly defeating the ultimate evil being known as Aku, using a magic katana capable of cutting through virtually anything, is sent forward in time by him to a dystopian future ruled by the tyrannical shape-shifting demon. Jack, who is brought to the future with only his kimono, geta, and sword, quests to travel back to his own time and defeat Aku before he can take over the world. Jack's search for a way back to his own time period transcends Aku's control, but Jack's efforts are largely in vain due to the ways back to his home being just out of his reach. Premiering on August 10, 2001 with a three-part made-for-TV movie called The Premiere Movie, the first episode has nine and half minutes of silence, without dialogue—which was unheard of in children's animation featured on any American television show—a hallmark staple of the series in addition to its groundbreaking animation style that featured character designs without black outlines. Samurai Jack originally ran for four seasons comprising thirteen episodes each until September 25, 2004, without concluding the overarching story. The show was revived twelve years later for the fifth season that provided a conclusion to Jack's story. The fifth season premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami block on March 11, 2017 and concluded with its final episode, which serves as the series finale, on May 20, 2017. Episodes are directed by Tartakovsky, often in collaboration with others. The series has garnered critical acclaim, and won eight Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program, as well as six Annie Awards and an OIAF Award. (en)
  • Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. Tartakovsky conceived Samurai Jack after finishing his work on his first Cartoon Network original series, Dexter's Laboratory, which premiered in 1996. Samurai Jack was inspired by Tartakovsky's enjoyment of the Kung Fu televised drama starring David Carradine as well as his fascination with samurai culture. The titular character, "Jack," an unnamed Japanese samurai who, after nearly defeating the ultimate evil being known as Aku, using a magic katana capable of cutting through virtually anything, is sent forward in time by him to a dystopian future ruled by the tyrannical shape-shifting demon. Jack, who is brought to the future with only his kimono, geta, and sword, quests to travel back to his own time and defeat Aku before he can take over the world. Jack's search for a way back to his own time period transcends Aku's control, but Jack's efforts are largely in vain due to the ways back to his home being just out of his reach. Premiering on August 10, 2001, with a three-part made-for-TV movie called The Premiere Movie, the first episode has nine and half minutes of silence, without dialogue—which was unheard of in children's animation featured on any American television show—a hallmark staple of the series in addition to its groundbreaking animation style that featured character designs without black outlines. Samurai Jack originally ran for four seasons comprising thirteen episodes each until September 25, 2004, without concluding the overarching story. The show was revived twelve years later for the fifth season that provided a conclusion to Jack's story. The fifth season premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami block on March 11, 2017, and concluded with its final episode, which serves as the series finale, on May 20, 2017. Episodes are directed by Tartakovsky, often in collaboration with others. The series has garnered critical acclaim, and won eight Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program, as well as six Annie Awards and an OIAF Award. (en)
  • Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. Tartakovsky conceived Samurai Jack after finishing his work on his first Cartoon Network original series, Dexter's Laboratory, which premiered in 1996. Samurai Jack was inspired by Tartakovsky's enjoyment of the Kung Fu televised drama starring David Carradine as well as his fascination with samurai culture. The titular character, "Jack," an unnamed Japanese samurai who, after nearly defeating the ultimate evil being known as Aku, using a magic katana capable of cutting through virtually anything, is sent forward in time by him to a dystopian future ruled by the tyrannical shape-shifting demon. Jack, who is brought to the future with only his kimono, geta, and sword, quests to travel back to his own time and defeat Aku before he can take over the world. Jack's search for a way back to his own time period transcends Aku's control, but Jack's efforts are largely in vain due to the ways back to his home being just out of his reach. Premiering on August 10, 2001, with a three-part made-for-TV movie called The Premiere Movie, the first episode has nine and half minutes of silence, without dialogue—which was unheard of in children's animation featured on any American television show—a hallmark staple of the series in addition to its groundbreaking animation style that featured character designs without black outlines. Samurai Jack originally ran for four seasons comprising thirteen episodes each until September 25, 2004, without concluding the overarching story. The show was revived twelve years later for the fifth season that provided a conclusion to Jack's story. The fifth season premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block on March 11, 2017, and concluded with its final episode, which serves as the series finale, on May 20, 2017. Episodes are directed by Tartakovsky, often in collaboration with others. The series has garnered critical acclaim, and won eight Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program, as well as six Annie Awards and an OIAF Award. (en)
  • Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. Tartakovsky conceived Samurai Jack after finishing his work on his first Cartoon Network original series, Dexter's Laboratory, which premiered in 1996. Samurai Jack was inspired by Tartakovsky's enjoyment of the Kung Fu televised drama starring David Carradine as well as his fascination with samurai culture. The titular character, "Jack", an unnamed Japanese samurai who, after nearly defeating the ultimate evil being known as Aku, using a magic katana capable of cutting through virtually anything, is sent forward in time by him to a dystopian future ruled by the tyrannical shape-shifting demon. Jack, who is brought to the future with only his kimono, geta, and sword, quests to travel back to his own time and defeat Aku before he can take over the world. Jack's search for a way back to his own time period transcends Aku's control, but Jack's efforts are largely in vain due to the ways back to his home being just out of his reach. Premiering on August 10, 2001, with a three-part made-for-TV movie called The Premiere Movie, the first episode has nine and half minutes of silence, without dialogue—which was unheard of in children's animation featured on any American television show—a hallmark staple of the series in addition to its groundbreaking animation style that featured character designs without black outlines. Samurai Jack originally ran for four seasons comprising thirteen episodes each until September 25, 2004, without concluding the overarching story. The show was revived twelve years later for the fifth season that provided a conclusion to Jack's story. The fifth season premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block on March 11, 2017, and concluded with its final episode, which serves as the series finale, on May 20, 2017. Episodes are directed by Tartakovsky, often in collaboration with others. The series has garnered critical acclaim, and won eight Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program, as well as six Annie Awards and an OIAF Award. (en)
  • Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network and Adult Swim. Tartakovsky conceived Samurai Jack after finishing his work on his first Cartoon Network original series, Dexter's Laboratory, which premiered in 1996. Samurai Jack was inspired by Tartakovsky's enjoyment of the Kung Fu televised drama starring David Carradine as well as his fascination with samurai culture. The titular character, "Jack", an unnamed Japanese samurai who, after nearly defeating the ultimate evil being known as Aku, using a magic katana capable of cutting through virtually anything, is sent forward in time by him to a dystopian future ruled by the tyrannical shape-shifting demon. Jack, who is brought to the future with only his kimono, geta, and sword, quests to travel back to his own time and defeat Aku before he can take over the world. Jack's search for a way back to his own time period transcends Aku's control, but Jack's efforts are largely in vain due to the ways back to his home being just out of his reach. Premiering on August 10, 2001, with a three-part made-for-TV movie called The Premiere Movie, the first episode has nine and half minutes of silence, without dialogue—which was unheard of in children's animation featured on any American television show—a hallmark staple of the series in addition to its groundbreaking animation style that featured character designs without black outlines. Samurai Jack originally ran for four seasons comprising thirteen episodes each until September 25, 2004, without concluding the overarching story. The show was revived twelve years later for the fifth season that provided a conclusion to Jack's story. The fifth season premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block on March 11, 2017, and concluded with its final episode, which serves as the series finale, on May 20, 2017. Episodes are directed by Tartakovsky, often in collaboration with others. The series has garnered critical acclaim, and won eight Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program, as well as six Annie Awards and an OIAF Award. (en)
  • Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network and Adult Swim. Tartakovsky conceived Samurai Jack after finishing his work on his first Cartoon Network original series, Dexter's Laboratory, which premiered in 1996. Samurai Jack was inspired by Tartakovsky's enjoyment of the Kung Fu televised drama starring David Carradine as well as his fascination with samurai culture. The titular character, "Jack", an unnamed Japanese samurai who, after nearly defeating the ultimate evil being known as Aku, using a magic katana capable of cutting through virtually anything, is sent forward in time by him to a dystopian future ruled by the tyrannical shape-shifting demon. Jack, who is brought to the future with only his gi, geta, and sword, quests to travel back to his own time and defeat Aku before he can take over the world. Jack's search for a way back to his own time period transcends Aku's control, but Jack's efforts are largely in vain due to the ways back to his home being just out of his reach. Premiering on August 10, 2001, with a three-part made-for-TV movie called The Premiere Movie, the first episode has nine and half minutes of silence, without dialogue—which was unheard of in children's animation featured on any American television show—a hallmark staple of the series in addition to its groundbreaking animation style that featured character designs without black outlines. Samurai Jack originally ran for four seasons comprising thirteen episodes each until September 25, 2004, without concluding the overarching story. The show was revived twelve years later for the fifth season that provided a conclusion to Jack's story. The fifth season premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block on March 11, 2017, and concluded with its final episode, which serves as the series finale, on May 20, 2017. Episodes are directed by Tartakovsky, often in collaboration with others. The series has garnered critical acclaim, and won eight Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program, as well as six Annie Awards and an OIAF Award. (en)
  • Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network and Adult Swim. Tartakovsky conceived Samurai Jack after finishing his work on his first Cartoon Network original series, Dexter's Laboratory, which premiered in 1996. Samurai Jack was inspired by Tartakovsky's enjoyment of the Kung Fu televised drama starring David Carradine as well as his fascination with samurai culture. The titular character, "Jack", is an unnamed Japanese samurai with a magic katana capable of cutting through virtually anything, that he must use to defeat the ultimate evil being known as Aku. Originally, before Jack could finish him off, Aku sent the samurai forward in time to a dystopian future ruled by the tyrannical shape-shifting demon. Jack, who was brought to the future with only his gi, geta, and sword, quests to travel back to his own time and defeat Aku before he can take over the world. Jack's search for a way back to his own time period transcends Aku's control, but Jack's efforts are largely in vain due to the ways back to his home ending up just out of his reach. Premiering on August 10, 2001, with a three-part made-for-TV movie called The Premiere Movie, the first episode has nine and half minutes of silence, without dialogue—which was unheard of in children's animation featured on any American television show—a hallmark staple of the series in addition to its groundbreaking animation style that featured character designs without black outlines. Samurai Jack originally ran for four seasons comprising thirteen episodes each until September 25, 2004, without concluding the overarching story. The show was revived twelve years later for the fifth season that provided a conclusion to Jack's story. The fifth season premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block on March 11, 2017, and concluded with its final episode, which serves as the series finale, on May 20, 2017. Episodes are directed by Tartakovsky, often in collaboration with others. The series has garnered critical acclaim, and won eight Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program, as well as six Annie Awards and an OIAF Award. (en)
  • Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network and Adult Swim. Tartakovsky conceived Samurai Jack after finishing his work on his first Cartoon Network original series, Dexter's Laboratory, which premiered in 1996. Samurai Jack was inspired by Tartakovsky's enjoyment of the Kung Fu televised drama starring David Carradine as well as his fascination with samurai culture. The titular character, "Jack", is an unnamed Japanese samurai who wields a magic katana capable of cutting through virtually anything, that he must use to defeat the ultimate evil being known as Aku. Originally, before Jack could finish him off, Aku sent the samurai forward in time to a dystopian future ruled by the tyrannical shape-shifting demon. Jack, who was brought to the future with only his gi, geta, and sword, quests to travel back to his own time and defeat Aku before he can take over the world. Jack's search for a way back to his own time period transcends Aku's control, but Jack's efforts are largely in vain due to the ways back to his home ending up just out of his reach. Premiering on August 10, 2001, with a three-part made-for-TV movie called The Premiere Movie, the first episode has nine and half minutes of silence, without dialogue—which was unheard of in children's animation featured on any American television show—a hallmark staple of the series in addition to its groundbreaking animation style that featured character designs without black outlines. Samurai Jack originally ran for four seasons comprising thirteen episodes each until September 25, 2004, without concluding the overarching story. The show was revived twelve years later for the fifth season that provided a conclusion to Jack's story. The fifth season premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block on March 11, 2017, and concluded with its final episode, which serves as the series finale, on May 20, 2017. Episodes are directed by Tartakovsky, often in collaboration with others. The series has garnered critical acclaim, and won eight Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program, as well as six Annie Awards and an OIAF Award. (en)
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  • Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. Tartakovsky conceived Samurai Jack after finishing his work on his first Cartoon Network original series, Dexter's Laboratory, which premiered in 1996. Samurai Jack was inspired by Tartakovsky's enjoyment of the Kung Fu televised drama starring David Carradine as well as his fascination with samurai culture. The series has garnered critical acclaim, and won eight Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program, as well as six Annie Awards and an OIAF Award. (en)
  • {{Infobox television| image = SamuraiJack.png| image_size = 280px| genre = Action-adventureComedy-dramaDystopianScience fantasy| creator = Genndy Tartakovsky | writer = * Genndy Tartakovsky * Bryan Andrews * Brian Larsen * Chris Reccardi * Darrick Bachman * Charlie Bean * Paul Rudish * Aaron Springer * Chris Mitchell * Erik Wiese | director = * Genndy Tartakovsky * Randy Myers * Robert Alvarez * Rob Renzetti * Chris Savino | voices = * Phil LaMarr * Mako (seasons 1–4) * Greg Baldwin (season 5) | theme_music_composer = * Will Adams * George Pajon, Jr. * Tyler Bates (season 5) (en)
  • Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network and Adult Swim. Tartakovsky conceived Samurai Jack after finishing his work on his first Cartoon Network original series, Dexter's Laboratory, which premiered in 1996. Samurai Jack was inspired by Tartakovsky's enjoyment of the Kung Fu televised drama starring David Carradine as well as his fascination with samurai culture. (en)
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  • Samurai Jack (en)
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