|My Little Pony: Friendship is for Adults|
The title card of the series
|Date added||March 29, 2014|
|Related to||Scootertrix the Abridged|
|Show connection||Abridged series of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic|
The first episode of My Little Pony: Friendship is for Adults was written in January 2012, with the trailer released on May 2013. EyesofEstranged15's brother, xSchmoopy, originally played Spike and edited the first episode before leaving the show because of a joke he didn't find funny. As the team changed, more voice actors were being replaced by others, such as Twilight Sparkle and Pinkie Pie originally being voiced by The Dreamer (which would later be voiced by Kitaronicus and RayearthNinja). The first episode was eventually released on March 29, 2014, only "5 months later then [they] predicted".
In December 2015, Scootertrix Studios teamed up with TheKanterlot to create the crossover "Scootertrix is for Adults", with both two-parters showing each side of the two universes. It later spawned the short series Royal Correspondence.
- Main article: My Little Pony: Friendship is for Adults/Episodes
- Main article: My Little Pony: Friendship is for Adults/Characters
- Main article: Royal Correspondence
- ↑ The Kanterlot (2015-6-6). My Little Pony: Friendship is for Adults Episode 1 Commentary (Re-Upload). YouTube. Retrieved on 2016 December 4.
- ↑ The Kanterlot (2014-3-29). My Little Pony: Friendship is for Adults Episode 1. YouTube. Retrieved on 2016 December 4.