"Steven Universe" Season 4 recently came back from its midseason hiatus with an episode titled "Gem Harvest." As details for the upcoming episodes are already being released online, will the Cartoon Network series go on another hiatus after the episode "Three Gems and a Baby?"
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"Steven Universe" Season 4 spoilers hint that the Cartoon Network series may go on yet another hiatus just after airing a couple of episodes. As most fans can recall, the show recently returned on air through an episode titled "Gem Harvest."
This ended the hiatus that most fans and viewers are well aware of in-between seasons and episodes of "Steven Universe." However, there are speculations that the show would immediately come to another hiatus once it airs the episode titled "Three Gems and A Baby," which will air on Dec. 1.
"Steven Universe" Season 4 spoilers for episode 9 "Three Gems and a Baby" reveal that the story would focus on Steven and Greg. According to TV Listings, this episode will see Greg tell Steven a story about their first winter together.
This seemingly proves theories that "Steven Universe" Season 4 will air a younger version of Greg. Many fans are also expecting to learn more about Rose Quartz this season.
While it remains to be seen whether "Steven Universe" Season 4 will end with this particular episode, several fans discussed on Reddit the recent meeting between series creator Rebecca Sugar and several other creators. According to the post, Sugar met with "Gravity Falls" creator Alex Hirsch and a couple of other creators during a panel.
This sparked speculations that "Steven Universe" Season 4 may do a crossover with the Disney series "Gravity Falls." While this may not be possible due to the difference in network and the fact that the latter has already ended, fans were thrilled to note on the possible collaboration of Sugar and Hirsch on another series.
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