A SpongeBob-inspired movie marathon that’s also a marathon in itself has been announced.
The SpongeBob Movie Marathon is a weekly video game marathon in which fans can compete to see which of their favorite SpongeBob movies will become SpongeBob: SpongeBob SquarePants.
There’s a minimum age requirement of 12 years old, but it’s not quite that hard.
The marathon runs for seven days, and will be broadcasted every Friday on ESPN.com.
The marathon is a “tribute to our favorite cartoon” to the SpongeBob franchise, the network said in a statement.
“It’s a great opportunity for our fans to watch our favorite characters in a completely new way,” said ESPN executive vice president of programming Michael Kaye.
“The SpongeBobs are always a great fit in our SpongeBob family, so we are thrilled to be able to add this SpongeBob marathon to the ESPN family.”
The Spongebobs were created by J.J. Abrams and Paul Feig.
The show stars Patrick Stewart, Amy Poehler, and Nick Offerman, and is based on the book of the same name by the same creators.
It was created in 2008, and has since been nominated for several Emmys, including best animated series.
The series has been renewed for a fourth season in 2020, and the SpongeBob Movie Marathon will be a part of the festivities.