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BoBoiBoy Season 2 promotional poster (2012)
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy
Created by Nizam Razak
Developed by Animonsta Studios Sdn. Bhd.
Written by Nizam Razak
Anas Abdul Aziz
Directed by Nizam Razak (Season 1, Season 3)
Yap Ee Jean, Mohammed Dzubir Zakaria (Season 2)
Voices of Nur Fathiah Diaz
Yap Ee Jean
Nur Sarah Alisya Zainal Rashid
Mohammed Dzubir Zakaria
Anas Abdul Aziz
Muhammad Fathi Diaz
Nizam Razak
Yvonne Chong Shin Vun
Theme music composer Yuri Wong, Jonathan Lee
Opening theme BoBoiBoy, Superhero Kita!
(English version: BoBoiBoy, Our Superhero!)
(Season 1 Episode 1 until Season 3 Episode 18)
Jagalah Bumi
(Season 3 Episode 19 onwards)
Ending theme Bersedia
(English version: Hang on Tight)
Country of origin Malaysia
Original language(s) Malay
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 45 (list of episodes)
Running time 20mins/episode (Season 1)
21mins/episode (Season 2)
21mins/episode (Season 3)
Distributor Media Prima
Original network TV3
Disney Channel
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original release 13 March 2011 – present
External links

BoBoiBoy is a Malaysian animated series produced by Animonsta Studios, centering on a boy who has superpowers and the ability to separate into three. With his friends, Ying, Hannah (Yaya in the Malay version), Gopal, and Fang, they fight to protect the earth from alien threats who aim to conquer the Earth in the hunt for cocoa beans.

The series is published in HDTV format and broadcasts on TV3 began on 13 March 2011, on Disney Channel Malaysia & Disney Channel Asia from 11 June 2011 and on NTV7 from 24 May 2014.


BoBoiBoy is the first product of Animonsta Studios Sdn. Bhd. , an animation company established by Nizam Razak with three other partners (Safwan Abdul Karim, Anas Abdul Aziz and Kee Yong Pin).[1] The four were originally employed by Les' Copaque Production Sdn.Bhd, a company first founded by Nizam and Safwan, and are famous for the animation series Upin & Ipin and film Geng: Pengembaraan Bermula, directed by Nizam. Animonsta operated in MAC3, Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) content developer incubation facility located in Cyberjaya and has since moved their studio at the Technopreneur Center in the middle of 2012.[citation needed]

The original concept of the story centres on a coffee-addict alien named Adu Du who has made his way to Earth. A minor change was made later, where instead of coffee, the alien is now in search of cocoa. The change, according to the BoBoiBoy Facebook fan page, was due to the fact that coffee is a bitter-tasting drink, and does not appeal to children.[citation needed]

The series was released simultaneously in two languages, Malay version and English version for the local international market, respectively. Both versions fully utilises the different voice actors. In the Malay version, the original voice actor for Upin & Ipin, Nur Fathiah Diaz, was invited to voice the main character, BoBoiBoy.[citation needed]

Broadcast history[edit]

Further information: List of BoBoiBoy episodes

Season One (2011-2012) (12 episodes)[edit]

The first season of BoBoiBoy was aired on Sunday, 13 March 2011 at 7:00 pm. The episode starts when the main character, BoBoiBoy on a trip to his grandfather Tok Aba's home in Pulau Rintis for the school holidays. At the same time, Adu Du, an alien from planet of Ata Ta Tiga heads to Earth, to search for energy resources. He finds out that there is cocoa, a powerful energy source, which had extinct from his planet about 30,000 years ago. Adu Du wanted to conquer all the cocoa for himself, so that he could be a hero for his planet. To make sure his plan succeeded, he sought help from the Power Sphere (Ochobot) which he created. However, a series of mishaps occur and BoBoiBoy obtains Ochobot instead.Ochobot then gives some superpowers to BoBoiBoy and his new friends, Ying, Yaya and Gopal.

For the first season,there are 13 slots with every slot consisting of two episodes which last 11 minutes each. This make total of 26 episodes all together with each episode lasting for 11 minutes. Due to the cartoon's popularity, Animonsta Studios agreed to re-air the final episode with an "Extended Finale" on 1 January 2012.

Season Two (2012-2013) (13 episodes)[edit]

The second season of BoBoiBoy was aired on Sunday, 27 May 2012 at 7:00pm on TV3.In this season, BoBoiBoy begins a new chapter of his life as he moves to Pulau Rintis to unite with Tok Aba, Gopal, Ying and Yaya. The story in this season mainly centres on BoBoiBoy and his friends' life at Sekolah Rendah Pulau Rintis. BoBoiBoy also encpunters a new challenger, Fang at his new school.

Fang or Mystery Boy was first introduced in Season 1 on "Extended Finale" (Episode 26 with addition of a few minutes of scene on BoBoiBoy leaving Pulau Rintis).

Season Three (2014-2016) (26 episodes)[edit]

On 12 April 2013, Animonsta Studios channel in YouTube uploaded a sneak preview of the first episode of the third season featuring the battle between BoBoiBoy and Ejo Jo in his armour, thus confirming the third season to be in progress. On 12 July 2013, Animonsta Studios announced on their Facebook page that the third season of BoBoiBoy will be aired on 11 August 2013 with 13 new episodes making it the longest season to date. But then they postponed it and brought it to 5 January 2014. Season 3 started on 5 January 2014 and continuously aired 5 episodes for 5 weeks. On 23 March 2014, the Animonsta Studio's YouTube channel have announced that the new time slot airing on 6:00 pm from Sunday, 6 April 2014 to Sunday, 18 May 2014 due to the school test and Eid al-Fitr. Season 3 Episode 6 and so on were aired started on 4 December 2014 at new time slot, 5.35pm, Monday-Thursday at TV3 and aired started on 20 November 2014 at new time slot. This is also the first season that new episodes would be uploaded onto YouTube before its first airing on TV. It is also the first season to change the theme song, switching out "BoBoiBoy Superhero Kita" with "Jagalah Bumi" by Kotak.

BoBoiBoy Galaxy (2016)[edit]

BoBoiBoy Galaxy is a rebranding of BoBoiBoy. It will be aired in June 2016. BoBoiBoy Galaxy will focus more on an adventure-based storyline and will have a total of 104 episodes.[2] BoBoiBoy Galaxy is set to be released after BoBoiBoy: The Movie on March or April 2016 in cinemas.[3]



A film of the series entitled BoBoiBoy: The Movie is expected to be on cinemas on March/April 2016.[5] Taking place after the events of Season 3, the movie brings BoBoiBoy and his friends on an adventure on a mysterious island that houses an ancient Power Sphere older than Ochobot with untold powers after Ochobot gets taken by a new group of enemies called the Tengkotak, led by Bora Ra who attempts to seek out said ancient Power Sphere called Klamka Bot.


Anugerah Karyawan Animasi[6]

Year Award Result
2011 Best Animation Script Won
Best Theme Music Won
Best Voice Acting Won

Foreign broadcasters[edit]

[citation needed]

Country Channel Airdates Notes
 Malaysia TV3
Disney Channel Malaysia
13 March 2011 (TV3)
11 June 2011 (Disney Channel)
24 May 2014 (NTV7)
Season 1 and onwards
 Indonesia MNCTV 20 October 2014 Previously on Global TV
Disney Channel Asia 11 June 2011 Season 1 and onwards
 Hong Kong TVB Pearl 20 March 2011 Season 1 and onwards


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  1. ^ "About Us" Animonsta Studios. Retrieved on September 10, 2015.
  2. ^ "Animonsta Signs With A Global Toy Company, TOMY" Animonsta Studios. September 2, 2014. Retrieved on September 9, 2015.
  3. ^ "BoBoiBoy Official Statement" Facebook. August 3, 2015. Retrieved on September 9, 2015.
  4. ^ "BoBoiBoy English Season 1 Episode 6." YouTube. Retrieved on August 31, 2015. See credits at 21:20
  5. ^ "BoBoiBoy Official Statement" Facebook. August 3, 2015. Retrieved on September 9, 2015.
  6. ^ "Majlis Penganugerahan Karyawan Animasi Malaysia Yang Pertama" FINAS. June 28, 2011. Retrieved on September 10, 2015.

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