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Ben 10 is an American animated series franchise created by the group Man of Action and produced by Cartoon Network Studios. The franchise consists of five series (Ben 10, Alien Force, Ultimate Alien, Omniverse, and the 2016 Reboot), five movies (Secret of the Omnitrix, Race Against Time, Alien Swarm, Destroy All Aliens, and Ben 10 Versus the Universe: The Movie), several video games and many comic books.


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Ben 10 premiered on Cartoon Network on December 27, 2005. The show is about Ben Tennyson, who finds a device called the Omnimatrix (Omnitrix), which allows him to transform into 10 different aliens, spending the summer with his cousin Gwen Tennyson, and his paternal grandfather Max Tennyson. Ben 10 lasted for four seasons and was succeeded by the sequel series Ben 10: Alien Force in 2008.
See Ben 10/Episodes

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Ben 10: Alien Force premiered on April 18, 2008, which takes place five years after the first series. Not only is Ben five years older and matured, but his Omnitrix is recalibrated and contains entirely new aliens and Kevin, from Ben 10, had changed sides and is now part of the team. Ben 10: Alien Force lasted for three seasons and was succeeded by Ben 10: Ultimate Alien in 2010.
See Ben 10: Alien Force/Episodes

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Ben 10: Ultimate Alien premiered on April 23, 2010. This follows a now 16-year old Ben and Gwen and 17-year old Kevin about a few weeks after Alien Force. Ben's secret identity has been revealed to the world by a kid named Jimmy Jones, and Ben is now an international superhero, loved by kids all over the world, but distrusted by most adults. Ben is armed with a more powerful new device called the Ultimatrix. Ben 10: Ultimate Alien lasted for three seasons and was succeeded by Ben 10: Omniverse in 2012.
See Ben 10: Ultimate Alien/Episodes

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Ben 10: Omniverse is the fourth series that premiered on August 1, 2012. Ben 10 is back with a new look, a new Omnitrix, and a brand-new show. Get ready for Ben 10: Omniverse! Ben is all set to be a solo hero, but Grandpa Max teams him up with a rookie, by-the-book partner. Together they explore a secret alien city. Meanwhile, a mysterious hunter sets his sights on Ben! With ten new heroes to choose from, the fun is just getting started. It's a whole new Omniverse!" Ben 10: Omniverse lasted for eight seasons and was succeeded by a Ben 10 reboot in 2016.
See Ben 10: Omniverse/Episodes

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Ben 10 is the fifth iteration that premiered on October 1, 2016. It serves as a reboot of the television series and is loosely based upon the original series. Building on the highly successful franchise about kid hero Ben Tennyson, Ben 10 introduces a re-imagined Ben, his cousin Gwen, and Grandpa Max, as they travel the country during summer vacation. When Ben finds the Omnitrix, a mysterious watch that transforms him into 10 different friendly aliens, a world of extraterrestrial superpowers opens up to him. Ben 10 (2016) lasted for five seasons.
See Ben 10 (Reboot)/Episodes

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This series occasionally spoofed Ben 10, although only made two dedicated episode segments doing so:

  • The first was Ben 10 Franklin, in which Benjamin Franklin's famous kite experiment gifts him an Omnitrix, and allows him to have mischievous adventures as different aliens across the young America.
  • The second was a Cowboys and Aliens parody. In Cowboys and Alien Force, Jake Lonergan wakes up in an old western town with a mysteriously ever-increasing collection of bracelets and armwear, the first of which is an Omnitrix he seemingly stole from Jedediah Benjamin Tennyson, a kid that he also knocked out and stole clothes from. Jake uses the Omnitrix to turn into Chromastone and crush a cowboy criticizing him. The rest of the skit doesn't involve Ben 10.

Other references to the franchise can be found in Season 1. In Episode 4: Star Bleech, a nondescript clip of Alien Force is briefly on TV; and in Episode 6: Batman Family Feud, one of the shows on a TV guide is named "Ben 80: The Golden Years".

South Park[]

In the South Park episode You're Getting Old, Cartman's mother entioned that Cartman gets upset when he doesn't get a present every time someone else gets a present at a party. One of the presents Cartman gets is a "Ben 10 Wrist Rocket."

Peep Show[]

In the Peep Show episode, "Man Jam", Jeremy jokingly refers to Ben, the boyfriend of a woman he admires, as "Ben 10" during a phone call to him.

Lost[]

In the episode Ji Yeon, many Ben 10 toys can be seen on a shelf in the toy store scene.

Jeopardy[]

In the January 11, 2021 broadcast, Ben 10 was one of the questions.

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