Seth Green never imagined that his Adult Swim series, which he launched with co-creator Matthew Senreich in 2005, would last this long. “We never expected it to become a show,” Green says. But since Robot Chicken's debut, the genre staples that it sent up have exploded in popularity. “It seems like all of these icons and stories have grown in popularity,” says Green, “and it’s made it much easier for us to appeal to a mass audience, as opposed to such a niche group of fans.” Robot Chicken Season 10 kicks off on Sunday night. ALSO: How Robot Chicken's writers and art department have kept things fresh for 10 seasons.