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As Steven tries to figure out his gradually expanding range of powers, he spends his days with his human father Greg, his friend Connie, his magical pet Lion, the other people in Beach City, or the Gems.
He explores the abilities passed down to him by his mother, which include fusion—the ability of Gems to merge their bodies and abilities to form new and more powerful personalities.
Books, comics and a video game based on the series have also been released.
When the series is in a hiatus, there would usually be multiple episodes airing after it concluded.
By the end of the first season, Steven learns that, millennia ago, the Homeworld Gems intended to sterilize the Earth to incubate new Gems within it, but Rose Quartz led the other Crystal Gems in a violent and apparently successful rebellion against these genocidal plans.
Now, 5,000 years later, the Homeworld's machinations once again extend towards the Earth with the arrival of two hostile envoys, Peridot and Jasper.
Rebecca Sugar is the first woman to have created a show independently for the network.
Before Rebecca conceived a crew for the series, she tried to alter some topics in the show's plot and was developing the character's identity with themselves and others so her crew could have the freedom to have ideas for the show as she did when she worked for Adventure Time.
It premiered on November 4, 2013 as Cartoon Network's first animated series to be solely created by a woman.Sugar had worked on the project while she was still working with Adventure Time full-time.The concept of the series was inspired by one of Rebecca Sugar's previous personal works she has done, "The Ballad of Margo and Dread".In the fourth season, as Steven wrestles with his conflicted feelings about his mother's actions, Homeworld's remaining leaders begin to turn their full attention toward Earth once again.The fifth season begins with Steven being taken to Homeworld to stand trial for his mother's supposed crimes; he escapes with the help of Homeworld fugitives.