[06/18/18 - 10:34 AM] "Steven Universe" Returns for Five-Night Event Monday, July 2 on Cartoon Network The five-episode arc, "Heart of the Crystal Gems," comes on the heels of "A Single Pale Rose," which left fans reeling from the revelations about the Crystal Gems' former leader, Rose Quartz.
[via press release from Cartoon Network]
"Steven Universe" Returns for Five-Night Event Monday, July 2 on Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network's multiple Emmy and GLAAD Award-nominated Steven Universe returns Monday, July 2 at 7:30 p.m. (ET/PT), with new episodes airing all week at 7:30 p.m. through Friday, July 6. The five-episode arc, "Heart of the Crystal Gems," comes on the heels of "A Single Pale Rose," which left fans reeling from the revelations about the Crystal Gems' former leader, Rose Quartz. In the five-night event, when the Gems fall apart after new information about Rose Quartz has come to light, it's up to Steven to bring the team back together.
Catch a sneak peek at the upcoming "Heart of the Crystal Gems" arc below:
Fans can own the "Heart of the Crystal Gems" arc, "A Single Pale Rose," and more Steven Universe episodes on DVD when Steven Universe: The Heart of the Crystal Gems hits shelves Aug. 14. Additionally, the arc will feature two new singles on Wednesday, July 4 and Friday, July 6. Both singles will be available on iTunes and other streaming platforms the day after their respective debuts on Cartoon Network.
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