The show is rebooted, and therefore a new episode is out!
Object Overload got...rebooted? See what's new!
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Object Overload is an online animated series created by Niall Burns. It focuses on 28 (27 (later 31) in the original series) anthropomorphic objects competing for one million dollars. The original series was cancelled in October 2014, but was rebooted on November 4th, 2014.
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