We Get Up In Our Feelings With 'Steven Universe: The Movie' The animated show Steven Universe has told the story of a human-alien hybrid boy and the race of alien women called Gems who've helped raise him on Earth. The show has told lighthearted stories of life in the fictional Beach City — and headed to space for a more epic saga about a group of intergalactic leaders, a past rebellion, and a plot to destroy the world. Creator Rebecca Sugar has said that there will be more episodes, but for now, Steven Universe: The Movie has just premiered on the Cartoon Network.
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We Get Up In Our Feelings With 'Steven Universe: The Movie'

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We Get Up In Our Feelings With 'Steven Universe: The Movie'

We Get Up In Our Feelings With 'Steven Universe: The Movie'

We Get Up In Our Feelings With 'Steven Universe: The Movie'

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Garnet (Estelle) and Steven Universe (Zach Callison) return for Steven Universe: The Movie. Cartoon Network hide caption

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Garnet (Estelle) and Steven Universe (Zach Callison) return for Steven Universe: The Movie.

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The animated show Steven Universe has told the story of a human-alien hybrid boy and the race of alien women called Gems who've helped raise him on Earth. The show has told lighthearted stories of life in the fictional Beach City — and headed to space for a more epic saga about a group of intergalactic leaders, a past rebellion, and a plot to destroy the world. Creator Rebecca Sugar has said that there will be more episodes, but for now, Steven Universe: The Movie has just premiered on the Cartoon Network.