Craig of the Creek

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Craig of the Creek
GenreComedy
Created byMatt Burnett
Ben Levin
Directed by
  • Martin Ansolabehere (art)
  • Stu Livingston (supervising, Episodes 1–18 and 21–22)
  • Eddy Houchins (supervising animation)
Voices of
Composer(s)Jeff Rosenstock
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes33
Production
Executive producer(s)Matt Burnett
Ben Levin
Producer(s)Kelly Crews (supervising producer)
Running time11 minutes
Production company(s)Cartoon Network Studios
DistributorWarner Bros. Television Distribution
Release
Original networkCartoon Network
Picture format1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Audio formatDolby Surround
Original releasePilot: December 1, 2017 (2017-12-01) (CN App)
Series: February 19, 2018 (2018-02-19) (CN App & Online)
March 30, 2018 (2018-03-30) (TV) – present

Craig of the Creek is an American animated television series that airs on Cartoon Network and is created by Matt Burnett and Ben Levin, who had previously served as story editors/writers on Steven Universe as well as former writers of Level Up. The show's pilot episode debuted directly on the official app on December 1, 2017.[1] The series premiered online on February 19, 2018, with a double-premiere event airing on March 30, 2018.[2]

On August 15, 2018, it was announced that it was renewed for a second season which will air in 2019.[3]

Synopsis[edit]

The show follows a young boy in the suburban town of Herkleston, Maryland named Craig Williams, his two friends Kelsey and John Paul "J.P.", and their many adventures in the titular creek, described as a kid utopia of untamed wilderness in which tribes of children reign over tree forts and dirt bike ramps.[4]

Characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Craig Williams (voiced by Philip Solomon) – A 10-year-old boy who enjoys playing at the creek with his friends Kelsey and J.P. He is a natural leader and always tries to help other kids when they need it the most. In "Escape from Family Dinner", it was implied that Craig is smart to some degree as he takes advanced math and admits that he likes the class. He also takes on the role of a cartographer at the creek as he usually draws maps and is asked by others to map or plot things for them.
  • Kelsey Bern (voiced by Georgie Kidder [Pilot plus the first 3 episodes] and Noël Wells [episode 4-onwards]) – A ginger-haired 8-year-old girl who is one of Craig's friends. She is always seen wearing a cape, and has a pet parakeet (which she identifies as a falcon) named Mortimer who is usually perched on top of her head. She is adventurous, and tends to be overly dramatic. She often internally narrates her life, that others are seemingly unaware of. She is raised by her single widower father. In "Doorway to Helen", it is revealed that Kelsey is Jewish.
  • John Paul "J.P." Mercer (voiced by H. Michael Croner) – A tall, Southern accented 13-year-old boy who is one of Craig's friends. He wears a hockey jersey that is too big for him. While not very bright, he is imaginative and kind to those around him. His namesake is short for John Paul, as revealed in "You're It." In "Under the Overpass", Craig stated that he and Kelsey "found" J.P. in a previous adventure.
  • Jessica Williams (voiced by Dharma Brown [Pilot] and Lucia Cunningham [Series]) – Craig's younger sister who typically likes to keep everything in check by describing her actions out loud. She is very smart for her age and already shows an interest in the stock market.
  • Bernard Williams (voiced by Phil LaMarr) – Craig's smart, yet cynical, older brother who looks down on Craig and his adventures at the creek. He is obsessed with getting good grades and getting into an Ivy League college. He used to play "Bring Out Your Beast" and showed interest in teaching it to Craig.
  • Duane Williams (voiced by Terry Crews) — Craig's understanding father who works as a personal trainer.
  • Nicole Williams (voiced by Kimberly Hebert Gregory) – Craig's loving mother who works as a school counselor. Nicole gets a new hairstyle and clothes in "Dinner at the Creek".
  • Alexis (voiced by Karen Fukuhara) – Bernard's kindhearted girlfriend who, unlike him, finds Craig amusing.
  • Earl Williams (voiced by Phil LaMarr [Pilot] and Phil Morris [Series]) – Craig's grandfather and Duane's father whom he looks up to and inherited his adventurous spirit from.
  • Jojo Williams (voiced by Saundra McClain) – Craig's grandmother who is part of the city council who used to be a civil rights activist back in the 1960s.
  • Kit (voiced by Dana Davis) – A kid who runs the Trading Tree at the creek, trading food for other items. She shows strong entrepreneurial tendencies.
  • Mark (voiced by Ben Levin) – One of the Elders of the Creek, a teenage boy who is tall and slim with brown hair, and wears glasses. The character originated from Burnett and Levin's online shorts.
  • Barry (voiced by Matt Burnett) – One of the Elders of the Creek, a teenage boy who is rather portly and has light brown hair. The character originated from Burnett and Levin's online shorts.
  • David (voiced by Zach Steel) – One of the Elders of the Creek, a teenage boy who is short and has a vellus mustache. The character originated from Burnett and Levin's online shorts.
  • Jason (voiced by Gunnar Sizemore) – A self-important Junior Forest Scout who speaks with a lisp, and gets on everyone's nerves.
  • Tony (voiced by Ben Levin) – A self-important Junior Forest Scout who wears glasses and has the role as the secretary of the rules.
  • Boris (voiced by Matt Burnett) – A Junior Forest Scout part of Jason's troupe, who is tall and gets angry easily.
  • Stacks (voiced by Montse Hernandez) – A girl who hangs out at the library and does other kids' book reports. She is a bibliophile, and is close friends with Kelsey (who loves fantasy novels).
  • Handlebarb (voiced by Jessica McKenna) – The tomboy leader of the 10 Speeds, a mountain-bike loving group of kids. She praises her bike's capabilities and talks like a typical 90's sports commercial.
  • Cannonball (voiced by Jeff Trammell) – A member of the 10 Speeds. He is a short stocky boy who has never lost a race until "Creek Cart Racers" where he declares that "the curse has been lifted".
  • Warpspeed (voiced by Philip Solomon) – A member of the 10 Speeds. In addition to that, he records with his cell phone the tricks his friends make on their bicycles.
  • Todd (voiced by H. Michael Croner) – A member of the 10 Speeds. He does very simple tricks with his bike, believing that it is something incredible.
  • Mackenzie (voiced by Lauren Lapkus) – The leader of the Horse Girls, who emulate typical equine behavior and practice dressage. She is bossy and claims to be the most fashionable when it comes to horse accessories.
  • Melissa (voiced by Erin Whitehead) – A member of the Horse Girls. She is the most excited about horses right down to having eaten grass.
  • Mangerine "Maney" (voiced by Mary Holland) – A member of the Horse Girls. She looks like a horse compared to the rest and is close friends with Kelsey, acting as her steed. She has a crush on J.P.
  • Marie (voiced by Stephanie Allynne) – A member of the Horse Girls. She is the least excited about horses to the point she finds her friend's fascination with them confusing.

Recurring[edit]

  • Paintball Mike (voiced by Phil LaMarr) – Leader of the 6th grade paintballers and Paintball Benny's younger brother.
  • Paintball Benny (voiced by Jon Gabrus) – Leader of the 7th grade paintballers and Paintball Mike's older brother.
  • Eliza (voiced by Andree Vermeulen) – The leader of the Tea Timers. A posh girl dressed in pink who looks down on others and loves to declare her wealth and status.
  • Jane (voiced by Noël Wells) – A member of the Tea Timers. A girl dressed in violet and close friends with Eliza.
  • George (voiced by H. Michael Croner) – A member of the Tea Timers. A boy dressed in blue who is friends with Eliza, but is usually treated like a servant to her.
  • Tabitha (voiced by Karen Kilgariff) – One of the Witches of the Creek. A mischievous and macabre teen who picks on, but also likes Craig and his friends.
  • Courtney (voiced by Georgia Hardstark) – One of the Witches of the Creek. A sensible and empathetic teen who picks on, but also likes Craig and his friends.
  • Sewer Queen (voiced by Karen Fukuhara) – As her name implies, she is the leader of the kids who play in the sewers and is close friends with Craig and his friends. The Sewer Queen has webbed toes,[citation needed] and along with other kids who were self-conscious about going to the local pool found sanctuary at the similarly water-park like sewer system of Herkleston.
  • Junk Lord (voiced by Wilber Zaldivar) – The ruler of the junkyard. He has trouble letting other kids borrow his things unless there is something in it for him.
  • Wildernessa (voiced by Izabella Alvarez) – A wild girl who roams around in The Creek to help animals in distress. She is accompanied by her Tibetan Mastiff, Cheesesticks.
  • Laura Mercer (voiced by Fortune Feimster) – J.P.'s older sister who is a nurse and also appears to help care of the family. She has also been shown to be a body-positive person, referring to J.P.'s body as "beautiful" on more than one occasion.
  • Kat (voiced by Charlet Chung) – Laura's girlfriend who appears in "Jextra Perrestrial".
  • Neil Bern (voiced by Ian Roberts) – Kelsey's widowed father.
  • The Green Poncho (voiced by Zeno Robinson) – A hooded archer kid who guards the Overpass and protects the Creek.

Episodes[edit]

Pilot (2017)[edit]

TitleDirected byWritten and storyboarded byOriginal release dateProd.
code
"Craig of the Creek"Nick Cross (art), and Robert Alvarez (animation)Matt Burnett and Ben LevinDecember 1, 2017 (2017-12-01) (CN App)TBA
Craig drops his staff into the sewers after getting distracted by his older brother, Bernard, and his girlfriend, Alexis. He teams up with his best friends Kelsey and J.P. and venture to the Creek to look for it, encountering other strange and wild kids along the way.

Season 1 (2018)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleWritten and storyboarded byStory byOriginal air dateProd.
code
US viewers
(millions)
11"Itch to Explore"Madeline QueripelMatt Burnett and Ben LevinMarch 30, 2018 (2018-03-30)[nb 1]1059-0020.83[5]
Discovering that there's an unmapped part of the Creek in the center of the Poison Ivy Grove, Craig sets out to discover what waits for him there and become a legend among his peers, only to realize something is stalking him through the ivy.
22"You're It"Matt Burnett and Ben LevinMatt Burnett and Ben LevinMarch 30, 2018 (2018-03-30)[nb 2]1059-0010.83[5]
While out playing at the soda bottle races, the Creek Kids are terrorized by a years long running game of tag. Kelsey is its latest victim and Craig and J.P. resolve to have Kelsey tag someone worthy of carrying the burden. However, Kelsey is too honorable to have someone suffer her fate and threatens to leave the Creek for good.
33"Jessica Goes to the
Creek"
Tiffany Ford and Michelle XinMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, and Stu LivingstonMarch 31, 2018 (2018-03-31)1059-0030.67[6]
When Craig and Jessica are locked out of the house, Craig has no choice but to bring his little sister to the Creek where he, Kelsey and J.P. have been trying to draw up plans to defend their stump, but Jessica insists that she stick to her schedule. Meanwhile, Jason wants revenge on Craig and his friends for taking the last of the Scouts favorite snacks from the Trading Tree.
44"The Final Book"Carmen Liang and Charmaine
Verhagen
Matt Burnett and Ben LevinMarch 31, 2018 (2018-03-31)1059-0050.79[6]
The last book of Kelsey's favorite fantasy series, Ythrith of Scriggth, goes missing from the library, so Craig decides to help her solve the mystery of who took it. The kids seemingly hit a dead end, until a book Craig himself has been reading gives him the answers he needs.
55"Too Many Treasures"Katie Aldworth and Jason DwyerMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, and Jeff TrammellMarch 31, 2018 (2018-03-31)1059-0040.85[6]
Craig cannot stop collecting junk which he deems as treasure. His mother insists that he picks things he "wants" and things he "needs". Soon, Craig is put to the challenge when he must get a replacement part for the stump and enlists the bike riding 10 Speeds to take him to the legendary Junk Pile where he encounters the Junk Lord.
66"Wildernessa"Dashawn Mahone and Najja PorterDemi Adejuyigbe, Matt Burnett, Ben Levin,
Shauna McGarry, and Jeff Trammell
April 2, 2018 (2018-04-02)[nb 3]1059-0060.90[7]
Due to what was perceived as improperly taking care of a turtle, Craig and his friends are visited by Wildernessa and her Tibetan Mastiff, Cheesesticks, who teach them to properly care for animals. Inspired, Kelsey takes up the cause, but realizes that she may be in over her head.
77"Sunday Clothes"Deena Beck and Angel LorenzanaMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Stu Livingston,
Shauna McGarry, and Jeff Trammell
April 6, 2018 (2018-04-06)1059-0070.68[8]
J.P. has a terrible habit of dirtying his clothes and his sister, Laura, tells him he should be more cautious about where he goes and what he does. With all of his clothes in the wash, J.P. decides to wear his Sunday clothes, forcing Craig and Kelsey to keep him clean.
88"Escape from Family
Dinner"
Tiffany Ford and Michael YatesMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Stu Livingston,
Shauna McGarry, and Jeff Trammell
April 9, 2018 (2018-04-09)[nb 4]1059-0080.67[9]
While doing advanced math homework, Craig learns that there is an epic water balloon fight at the creek. Unfortunately, his parents have decided to have a barbecue dinner and Craig is forced to stay. He resolves to find a way to get out, but none of his plans seem to work and he feels overwhelmed.
99"Monster in the
Garden"
Lamar Abrams and Jeff LiuMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Stu Livingston,
Shauna McGarry, and Jeff Trammell
April 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)[nb 4]1059-0090.74[10]
Craig, Bernard and Jessica are dropped off at their grandparents for the weekend. Grandpa Earl tells Craig about a mysterious creature that breaks into his garden and is eating his vegetables. Craig then resolves to capture this "Vegan Werewolf" by any means necessary.
1010"The Curse"Charmaine Verhagen and Amber
Cragg
Matt Burnett, Ben Levin, and Kate LethApril 16, 2018 (2018-04-16)[nb 4]1059-0100.57[11]
Craig, Kelsey and J.P. discover that someone is using their stump for witchcraft. They discover the witches (actually two teenage goths named Tabitha and Courtney) who amused by their misconception decide to "curse" them. After receiving a string of bad luck, the trio decide to get the "witches" to undo the curse.
1111"Dog Decider"Deena Beck and Angel LorenzanaMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
and Jeff Trammell
April 20, 2018 (2018-04-20)1059-0120.65[12]
With his fear of making decisions, Craig decides to join the Fredites, a cult that worship a dog named Fred for his supposed decision making abilities. Craig comes to rely on Fred, which annoys Kelsey, but when he decides to stray from the dog's decision, Fred disappears and the Fredites blame Craig.
1212"Bring Out Your Beast"Jason Dwyer and Tiffany FordMatt Burnett and Ben LevinApril 23, 2018 (2018-04-23)[nb 5]1059-0130.50[13]
Craig wants to play a card game called Bring Out Your Beast. He decides to take Bernard's vintage card collection, due to him not playing it anymore, to play and discovers the powerful Beast Snare card. Due to its infamy, Craig tries to get rid of it, but someone ends up taking it and using it to steal other players' cards.
1313"Lost in the Sewers"Jon Feria and Mark GalezMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Stu Livingston,
Dashawn Mahone, Shauna McGarry,
Najja Porter, and Jeff Trammell
April 27, 2018 (2018-04-27)[nb 5]1059-0140.67[14]
Craig, Kelsey and J.P. head to the sewers at the request of the Sewer Queen to chart a map for it. When the Sewer Queen is washed away by a flood, Craig decides to take the lead in finding her and getting out. However, Craig is really bad at directions as the team gets lost in their maze-like predicament.
1414"The Future Is
Cardboard"
Dashawn Mahone and Najja PorterMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Stu Livingston,
Dashawn Mahone, Shauna McGarry,
Najja Porter, and Jeff Trammell
April 30, 2018 (2018-04-30)[nb 5]1059-0110.49[15]
Craig and his friends meet Carter Brown, an eccentric cardboard connoisseur who admires Craig's cardboard making skills and asks him to join his project in making New Cardboard City mobile. When Kelsey and J.P. leave due to frustration, they come across another cardboard city who know of Carter and his dangerous ideas.
1515"The Brood"Kris Mukai and Charmaine VerhagenMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Stu Livingston,
Shauna McGarry, and Jeff Trammell
May 7, 2018 (2018-05-07)1059-0150.57[16]
Craig's Granddad tells him about cicada swarms in Maryland, and how he collects the shells every swarm. After accidentally destroying his cicada shell, Craig, Kelsey and J.P. get another shell, but end up trapped in their stump when a cicada swarm forces them to stay for shelter.
1616"Under the Overpass"Dashawn Mahone and Najja PorterMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Stu Livingston,
Dashawn Mahone, Shauna McGarry,
Najja Porter, and Jeff Trammell
July 9, 2018 (2018-07-09)[nb 6]1059-0160.43[17]
Craig discovers a honeysuckle that Kit states is very valuable at the trading tree. Craig and his friends venture to where the plant came from: a honeysuckle bush that is directly behind an overpass full of strange markings. However, Craig and his friends come in conflict with a mysterious hooded archer who wants them gone.
1717"The Invitation"Deena Beck and Angel LorenzanaMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Kate Leth, Stu
Livingston, Shauna McGarry, and Jeff
Trammell
July 9, 2018 (2018-07-09)[nb 6]1059-0170.49[17]
Craig and his friends are invited by the Tea Timers to an exclusive party along with Mackenzie, Handlebarb and the Junior Forest Scouts to try Tiramisu. However, the contrast between the guests erupts as they are slowly kicked out of the party before the cake is served, which Craig suspects is part of the Timers' intent.
1818"Vulture's Nest"Tiffany Ford and Jason DwyerMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Tiffany Ford, Stu
Livingston, Shauna McGarry, and Jeff
Trammell
July 9, 2018 (2018-07-09)[nb 6]1059-0180.61[17]
Craig and his friends meet the garage band Bad Moves (portrayed by themselves) who teach them to be a rock band. Craig continues to have a nightmare about an incident with a vulture in an abandoned barn, but tries to overcome it when Bad Moves gets kicked out of their garage and he suggests that they have their concert in the barn.
1919"Kelsey Quest"Katie Aldworth and Niki YangMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
and Jeff Trammell
July 9, 2018 (2018-07-09)[nb 6]TBA0.70[17]
The Elders of the Creek have had their precious sword stolen by a boy named Jerry, so Kelsey takes it upon herself to get it back. She continues to train harder than she has ever trained before, until J.P. suggests that her opponent is also powerful causing Kelsey to feel insecure about her abilities.
2020"JPony"Angel Lorenzana and Charmaine
Verhagen
Matt Burnett, Ben Levin, Jason Dwyer,
Tiffany Ford, Shauna McGarry, Jeff
Trammell, and Charmaine Verhagen
July 9, 2018 (2018-07-09)[nb 6]TBA0.65[17]
Maney of the Horse Girls invites J.P. to be a horse with them due to having a crush on him. He accepts even though he is clearly out of sync with the rest who nevertheless find his antics charming. This causes the Horse Girls' leader, Mackenzie, to plot a way for J.P. to get kicked out.
2121"Ace of Squares"Dashawn Mahone and Najja PorterMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Dashawn Mahone,
Shauna McGarry, Najja Porter, Jeff
Trammell, and Zachary Scheer
August 27, 2018 (2018-08-27)[nb 7]TBA0.56[18]
Craig decides to take on Toman, the master of four square who is notorious for altering the rules of the game. Craig is successful at defeating him, but realizes that there is a heavy burden that comes with it as everyone at the creek desperately seeks to take the title of Ace from Craig who becomes mad with power.
2222"Doorway to Helen"Deena Beck and Angel LorenzanaMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Dashawn Mahone,
Shauna McGarry, Najja Porter, Zachary
Scheer, and Jeff Trammell
August 28, 2018 (2018-08-28)[nb 7]1059-0230.48 [19]
Craig discovers a note belonging to a girl named Helen. Helen, much like Craig, loves the creek and begins writing letters back and forth to him. After misinterpreting her explanation about homeschooling, they come to believe she lives in another dimension, so Craig and his friends resolve to create a "dimensional" portal to see her despite her reluctance.
2323"The Last Kid in the
Creek"
Jason Dwyer and Tiffany FordMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
and Jeff Trammell
August 29, 2018 (2018-08-29)[nb 7]TBA0.53[20]
Craig refuses to try any of the nasty or dirty snacks the creek has to offer with kids labeling him a picky eater. However, the snacks combined with Kit's sudden cold, result in everyone getting sick minus Craig. Fearing a curse has befallen the creek, leaving him as the only one there, Craig visits the "witches" Tabitha and Courtney for advice.
2424"The Climb"Katie Aldworth and Malcolm PryorMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
and Jeff Trammell
August 30, 2018 (2018-08-30)[nb 7]TBA0.46[21]
While trying to record a video of the entire creek from above, Craig's cellphone ends up getting stuck in Mt. Sycamore, the tallest tree in the creek. Craig gets advice from the Cliffs, a group of rock climbing teens, and Craig must learn to overcome his fear of heights.
2525"Big Pinchy"Charmaine Verhagen and Niki YangMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
Jeff Trammell, and Niki Yang
August 31, 2018 (2018-08-31)[nb 7]TBA0.45[22]
When Jason doubts J.P.'s story of Big Pinchy, the largest crayfish ever seen, J.P. leads Craig and Kelsey to the whereabouts of the titular creature. The pathway turns out to be harsher than what J.P. remembers, but Craig is willing to push on so as to prove Jason's doubts wrong.
2626"The Kid from 3030"Dashawn Mahone and Najja PorterMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
Jeff Trammell, and Stu Livingston
October 1, 2018 (2018-10-01)[nb 8]TBA0.44[23]
The gang encounter a robot boy named Deltron (voiced by Del the Funky Homosapien) who claims to be from the year 3030 where his robot superiors are oppressive against his kind. Deltron asks for the gang's help in getting more music to power him and save the future.
2727"Power Punchers"Jason Dwyer and Tiffany FordMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
Jeff Trammell, and Lamar Abrams
October 2, 2018 (2018-10-02)[nb 8]TBA0.52[24]
Craig is tired of losing to his dad, Duane, at the game Power Punchers. He ends up getting help from David of the Elders of the Creek in learning how to master his favorite character, Admiral Anchor. However, Duane begins to pick up on Craig's sudden improvement of his skills and challenges him to a rematch.
2828"Creek Cart Racers"Deena Beck and Angel LorenzanaMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
and Jeff Trammell
October 3, 2018 (2018-10-03)[nb 8]TBA0.49[25]
Sailor Boy announces a race with the winner being allowed to enter his backyard pool with the Tea Timers, Jason and Cannonball entering. Craig and his friends join and build a car with the help of Junk Lord, but when Craig skins his knee, J.P. must take over.
2929"Secret Book Club"Katie Aldworth and Aleth RomanillosMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
Jeff Trammell, and Katie Aldworth
October 4, 2018 (2018-10-04)[nb 8]TBA0.50[26]
Kelsey tries to get Craig and J.P. interested in the fantasy book Baronica and the Time Spoon, so she and Stacks create a secret book club so that they can read it together. Things however get complicated when Craig tries to keep the secret book club a secret from outsiders.
3030"Jextra Perrestrial"Charmaine Verhagen and Niki YangMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
Jeff Trammell, and Lamar Abrams
November 5, 2018 (2018-11-05)[nb 9]TBA0.49[27]
After misinterpreting his sister's comments, J.P. is under the belief that he is an alien from another planet and Craig and Kelsey decide to help him "make contact" with his "family". However, the Junior Forest Scouts decide that they want to kidnap J.P. for the government.
3131"The Takeout
Mission"
Dashawn Mahone and Najja PorterMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
and Jeff Trammell
November 6, 2018 (2018-11-06)[nb 9]TBA0.51[28]
On a particularly rainy day, Kelsey's father tasks her, Craig and J.P. with ordering food. They decide on Thai, but due to the weather, they can only order take out instead of delivery. The kids decide to venture out into the rain and try to be responsible despite their age.
3232"Dinner at the Creek"Deena Beck and Angel LorenzanaMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
and Jeff Trammell
November 7, 2018 (2018-11-07)[nb 9]TBA0.53[29]
Bernard and Alexis are left in charge for the evening, much to Craig's consternation. Not wanting to try what they are preparing for dinner, Craig heads to the Creek with Kelsey and J.P. and decide to "live off the land". However, this ends up being easier said then done.
3333"Jessica's Trail"Jason Dwyer and Tiffany FordMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
and Jeff Trammell
November 8, 2018 (2018-11-08)[nb 9]TBA0.63[30]
While Nicole is getting errands done, Jessica wanders into an unfamiliar territory with Craig following in pursuit. He comes across the Honeysuckle Rangers who help him look for her, but he slowly begins to suspect that they want his map of the Creek for sinister purposes.
TBATBA"Bug City"Katie Aldworth and Drew GreenMatt Burnett, Ben Levin, Shauna McGarry,
Jeff Trammell, Deena Beck and Shakira Pressley
2019 (2019)[nb 10]TBATBD
Craig and his friends discover a large quantity of bugs and decide to care for them by creating a Bug City. Craig suddenly begins becoming possessive of them due to outside elements, such as Mortimer, terrorizing them and decides to take extra precaution by "protecting" them.

Broadcast[edit]

The series made its international debut on Teletoon in Canada on May 3, 2018.[31] Craig of the Creek premiered on Cartoon Network Australia on August 3, 2018 while Cartoon Network Asia on August 4, 2018.[32] Cartoon Network Italy premiered it on September 24, 2018. It premiered on Cartoon Network UK on October 1, 2018.[33] Cartoon Network Germany Cartoon Network CEE premiered it on October 15, 2018 and Cartoon Network Japan premiered it on late 2018.

Reception[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result
2018 Common Sense Media Common Sense Seal Entire series Won[34]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This episode was first released online on February 19, 2018.
  2. ^ This episode was first released online on March 9, 2018.
  3. ^ This episode was first released online on March 30, 2018.
  4. ^ a b c This episode was first released online on April 6, 2018.
  5. ^ a b c This episode was first released online on April 20, 2018.
  6. ^ a b c d e This episode was first released online on July 6, 2018.
  7. ^ a b c d e This episode was first released online on August 17, 2018.
  8. ^ a b c d This episode was first released online on September 28, 2018.
  9. ^ a b c d This episode was first released online on November 2, 2018.
  10. ^ This episode was first released online on December 13, 2018.

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1][dead link]
  2. ^ "Head to the Creek for Endless Adventure with "Craig of the Creek" Beginning Monday, Feb. 19 on Cartoon Network" (Press release). Cartoon Network. February 15, 2018. Retrieved February 15, 2018 – via The Futon Critic.
  3. ^ Ramos, Dino-Ray (15 August 2018). "Cartoon Network Renews 'Craig Of The Creek' For Second Season". Retrieved 16 November 2018.
  4. ^ Nordyke, Kimberly (March 30, 2017). "Cartoon Network Greenlights Two New Series as Part of "Holistic" Multiplatform Slate". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved December 5, 2017.
  5. ^ a b "UPDATED: SHOWBUZZDAILY's Top 150 Friday Cable Originals & Network Finals: 3.30.2018". Showbuzzdaily.com. Retrieved 16 July 2018.
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