|Directed by||J Falconer|
|Creative director(s)||Mark Evestaff|
|Theme music composer||
|Opening theme||"Rocket Monkeys" performed by Tony Daniels|
|Ending theme||"Rocket Monkeys" performed by David Berni (as YAY-OK)|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||26 (52 shorts) (List of episodes)|
|Running time||22 minutes (11 minutes per short)|
|Original channel||Teletoon (Canada)
|Picture format||HDTV 1080i|
|Original run||January 10, 2013– present|
Rocket Monkeys is a Canadian animated television series that is created by Dan Abdo and Jason Patterson and developed by Alex Galatis and Mark Evestaff. Produced by Breakthrough Entertainment in association with Atomic Cartoons, Hornet Films and Teletoon Canada Inc., the series premiered in Canada on Teletoon on January 10, 2013 and in the United States on Nickelodeon on March 4, 2013.
Gus is the more logical and serious Rocket Monkey.
Wally is the sillier and more carefree Rocket Monkey.
YAY-OK is an outdated robot who travels through space with the Rocket Monkeys.
Dr. Chimpsky is the head of GASI who gives the Rocket Monkeys their missions to complete.
Inky is Gus' pet space octopus who is often included as part of the Rocket Monkeys team.
Lord Peel is a galactic villain who the Rocket Monkeys always mistake for a giant banana.
Nefarious is an evil squid-like being who strongly dislikes the Rocket Monkeys for stranding him on a barren asteroid.
Gamester X is a frog-like alien with a singular eye and an obsession for collecting valuable items.
Monkevil is a female monkey who the Rocket Monkeys had a crush on, not knowing she was actually a criminal. Her catchphrase is "poopy doopy."
The Space Gorillas are two gorillas and the Rocket Monkeys' rivals. There are two, named He-Rilla and She-Rilla.
Bernice is the Rocket Monkeys' mother.
Deep Space Dave is the Rocket Monkeys' favorite television superhero.
- Seán Cullen
- as Gus
- as Nefarious
- as Deep Space Dave
- Mark Edwards
- as Wally
- David Berni
- as YAY-OK
- Jamie Watson
- as Dr. Chimpsky
- as He-Rilla
- Mark McKinney
- as Lord Peel
- Mark Little
- as Gamester-x
- Jamie Watson
- Kayla Lorette
- as Monkevil
- Shoshana Sperling
- as She-Rilla
- Mike "Nug" Nahrgang
- as Bernice
- "In The Can - Atomic Cartoons".
- "Breakthrough Entertainment Gets New Order From TELETOON Canada for Rocket Monkeys.".
- Wolfe, Jennifer (October 15, 2014). "TELETOON Commissions Third Season of Breakthrough’s ‘Rocket Monkeys’". Article. Jennifer Wolfe. p. 1. Retrieved October 15, 2014.