Steven Universe

2013 • Cartoon Network
14.3K reviews
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Volume 7 episodes (14)

1 Raising the Barn / Back to the Kindergarten
Raising the Barn: Pumpkin goes missing! / Back to the Kindergarten: Steven, Amethyst and Peridot try to spruce up the Kindergarten.
2 Sadie Killer / Kevin Party
Sadie Killer: Steven and the Cool Kids start a band, but they have trouble finding their sound. / Kevin Party: Kevin is throwing a party, and Steven is invited.
3 Lars of the Stars / Jungle Moon
Lars of the Stars: Lars rises to the occasion. / Jungle Moon: Stevonnie finds themself alone on an adventure.
4 Your Mother and Mine / The Big Show
Your Mother and Mine: Steven takes Garnet to meet some of his new friends. / The Big Show: Steven shoots a documentary that follows a local band as they get their first big break.
5 Pool Hopping / Letters to Lars
Pool Hopping: Garnet and Steven explore the most unlikely timelines in Beach City. / Letters to Lars: Steven writes about the latest news of Beach City.
6 Can't Go Back / A Single Pale Rose
Can't Go Back: Ronaldo spots something mysterious on the moon, and Steven goes to investigate./ A Single Pale Rose: Steven helps Pearl find her phone.
7 Now We're Only Falling Apart / What's Your Problem?
Now We're Only Falling Apart: Pearl tells a story. / What's Your Problem?: Amethyst convinces Steven to take a day off for himself.
8 The Question / Made of Honor
The Question: Steven shows some city slicker gems how the cowboys lived. / Made of Honor: Steven has a big surprise for the Crystal Gems.
9 Reunited
Reunited: Steven brings everyone together for a special reunion.
10 Legs from Here to Homeworld / Familiar
Legs from Here to Homeworld: Steven travels to visit family. / Familiar: With many changes going on in his life, Steven tries to find his place in the world.
11 Together Alone / Escapism
Together Alone: Steven throws a party to bring his family together. / Escapism: Steven uses his psychic powers to find help.
12 Change Your Mind
Steven faces his biggest challenge yet.
101 Legs from Here to Homeworld
Steven travels to visit family.
102 Diamond Days Trailer
What's waiting for Steven and the gems when they arrive on Homeworld? Get ready for Steven Universe: Diamond Days!

About this show

Steven Universe is about the misadventures of a boy named Steven, the ultimate "little brother" to a team of magical guardians of humanity-the Crystal Gems. Steven may not be as powerful as the Crystal Gems. Or as savvy. But that doesn't stop him from joining Garnet, Amethyst and Pearl on their magical adventures and somehow finding a way to save the day!

Ratings and reviews

14.3K reviews
Nathan Drozd
November 29, 2017
This show is fantastic. It does start off a bit odd/quirky but stick with it, it gets into some very deep tones and a thrill-by-the-minute storyline. After watching for awhile, and coming back, I do appreciate that everything wasn't laid out and spelled out in the first few episodes,; the mystery and quirkiness with a slow trickle of storyline made the entire show much better. The pacing/style is similar to the Harry Potter series or Trigun - fun and easy at the beginning but serious enthralling plot later. Additionally, I very much like how sterotypes are completely dismissed. Nothing is sterotypical with the characters. The best part - they never point it out nor do they wave flags around saying "look we did this that's different" it just is and we accept it - the way it should always be done. By far the best cartoon/show currently out. I wait fanatically for each new episode and have rewatched this so many times (there are numerous small hints/future things littered throughout each episode and it wasn't until the second or third watching I picked those small details up).
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Alex Franklin
February 17, 2015
And even in the beginning it's not bad. The show has a method of delivering lore similar to Adventure Time, in that little bits of something epic trickle down, then all of a sudden a two-part episode floods you with a fantastic world that you can't help but want to learn more of. If you're not sure whether you'll like Steven Universe, just watch the 7th pair of episodes, "So Many Birthdays/Lars and the Cool Kids." Both give you an idea of the show at its best (out of the episodes that you can fully appreciate without seeing previous episodes first). This show excels at many things. It seamlessly integrates moments of deep emotion, comedy free of meanness, and fun action sequences together. The characters are well-developed and lovable. And it doesn't hurt that this show is the perfect example of diversity done RIGHT in every possible way, from race to gender to body types. It doesn't make a big deal of its progressiveness, it's just completely natural and visible for all to see, and proud of it. All this, PLUS some adorable songs make this a 5-star show, even in spite of its minor flaws. If every porkchop were perfect, we wouldn't have hotdogs!
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Jacob “Goob” Schweitzer
June 16, 2018
Still my favorite 'kids' cartoon after 4 years of watching. I do wish that the release schedule was more regular and not so infrequent, but the quality of the show more than makes up for that. The truly emotionally complex characters that despite being animated, are not one dimensional. The riveting stories that really pull you in, and quite regularly, have you on the edge of your seat. The animation style (including the overall character design, the background and foreground, the whole overall look and feel of the show basically). The positive message the show imparts about not only being true to yourself, but encouraging and supporting others to do the same. The show really celebrates diversity in a way that feels totally natural and "doesn't feel like they are pushing an agenda, just spreading what the Crystal Gems believe in on the show" according to a conservative friend of mine, who is always on about how entertainment is "always pushing a liberal agenda". Her words, not mine! So anyways, basically, I'm in love with the show. Definitely obsessed on the level I used to only experience with Doctor Who and a small number of other shows. Short review: Gay Space Rocks, Rock'n'Roll, Book Nerds, Salty Pearls, Lying To Your Parents & Not Actually Needing Glasses Anymore, But Afraid To Tell Them Your Man Has Healing Spit & You Shared a Dorian Fruit Juice Box, Being Your Own Mom.
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