Aqua Teen hunger Force

Aqua Teen hunger Force

Premiere Date: December 30, 2000
Casts: Dana Snyder, Carey Means, Dave Willis, Matt Maiellaro, C. Martin Croker, Andy Merrill
Air Time: 11:45 PM
Country: US
Air Day: Sunday
Aqua Teen Hunger Force follows the adventures of the aptly named Aqua Teen Hunger Force, a group of mystery-solving fast food items. The team consists of Master Shake, or Shake, a rather sadistic, lazy, ordering milkshake who loves to torture Meatwad. Frylock, the floating box of fries, is the brains the group, and contains the one thing that the rest of the group lacks: common sense. Meatwad is a loving, caring, gentle ball of meat that crawls wherever he goes, who is frequently tortured by Shake. The title of the show is a decided misnomer: The characters have no major affiliation with water (though many episodes involve their neighbor’s pool), they aren’t teenagers (though their ages are never really established), and they are rarely shown as any kind of a force, although they did used to be detectives. “Hunger” seems to be the only word that has a bearing on the characters’ lives. The surreal adventures of three anthropomorphic fast food items: Master Shake, Frylock and Meatwad, and their human nextdoor neighbor, Carl Brutananadilewski.. Watch TV shows online free. Watch Aqua Teen hunger Force series online.
Season 11 Episodes

Watch video clips & trailers

ATHFCMFFT Trailer | Aqua Teen Hunger | Adult Swim

ATHFCMFFT Trailer | Aqua Teen Hunger | Adult Swim

You may also like

Trust Me watch series

Trust Me

Gannibal watch series


Disney+ TV
Mistresses watch series


The Climb watch series

The Climb

Battle Creek watch series

Battle Creek

Cash Cab (2005) watch series

Cash Cab (2005)

Discovery Channel TV
Moltissimo watch series


Viceland TV
Fred: The Show watch series

Fred: The Show

Nickelodeon TV
Know Your Sh!t watch series

Know Your Sh!t

Channel 4 TV
Record of Ragnarok watch series

Record of Ragnarok

Netflix TV
Get Out watch series

Get Out

LuLaRich watch series


Amazon Prime Video TV