IMP (TV series)

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Genre Adventure, Animation, Children, Comedy
Created by Andy Fielding
Developed by Red Kite Animation
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) Spanish
English, Catalán
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 65
Running time 1 minute
Original network Cartoon Network
Picture format 4:3 SDTV
Original release 2006 – 2007
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IMP is a British 3D animated comedy series created by Andy Fielding which takes place in the lair of a minor devil known as "the IMP" and its surroundings. Though the Imp tries and declares himself to be the embodiment of pure Evil, he is more childish and petty than truly diabolical, and though he tries to fill the world with sin and suffering, he is far too small and incompetent to make a good job of it.

Other characters in the show include Bob, the rabbit-eared, highly competent, and rather sardonic caretaker of the lair; the moronic, muscle-bound twin monsters Philippe and Bertrand; a helpful Hand on wheels; Lumen, who, dressed in all white and determined to spread sweetness and light, is regarded by the IMP as his nemesis; the IMP's rival Cat-Thing, who continually seeks to destroy him (unsuccessfully); and the Big Boss (the devil himself, and actually once referred to as "Satan"). IMP was also a part of Cartoon Network's Sunday Pants.

The Imp was developed in black and white with a minimalist design. The series was created by the Production house, Red Kite Animations, developed with Screen 21 and distributed by BRB Internacional. Was supported by TVC and consists of 65 episodes of 90 seconds each. IMP has been issued in major chains from different countries like Cartoon Network, Disney Channel Japan, TVC and Antena 3 in Spain.

Voiced by Stephen Mangan (The Imp) and Julian Rhind-Tutt (Bob) from the UK TV series Green Wing.


  • MIPCOM JR Licensing Winner Challenge (Cannes, 2006)
  • Best Short Film for Cars in Circle Talent Competition (UK, 2006)
  • Pulcinella Awards Finalist - Cartoons on the Bay (Italy, 2006)


IMP has a score of 7.8 on IMDB.[1]


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No. Title Air date
1 "Frogs of War" TBA
The Imp lets loose a plague of frogs, with unpleasant results to himself.
2 "Who's Who" TBA
The Imp shows Bob his place in an important reference work.
3 "Cuts" TBA
The Big Boss explains shortages to the Imp.
4 "Teddy" TBA
The Imp wonders why his Teddy has blown up at him.
5 "Girly" TBA
The Imp is not pleased with Lumen's makeover of the lair.
6 "Phone" TBA
The Imp has been making calls; the phone company demands that he pay.
7 "Rainy Day" TBA
Bob suffers from a series of petty pranks.
8 "Personals" TBA
The Imp has placed a personal ad in the paper; the effects are less than fortunate.
9 "Pets" TBA
The Imp is asked to incubate a giant egg.
10 "Missiles" TBA
The Imp is forced to give counseling to his minions.
11 "Security" TBA
The Imp's new security directives entangle the Imp himself.
12 "Lasagna" TBA
Bob serves the Imp EVIL Italian food.
13 "Spaniel" TBA
The Imp unleashes a plague of less than Biblical proportions.
14 "Birthday" TBA
The lair holds a party for Lumen.
15 "Journey" TBA
The Imp and company set forth on a trip ... of EVIL.
16 "Piece of Cake" TBA
The Imp bakes an EVIL confection.
17 "Silhouette" TBA
The Imp poses in the moonlight.
18 "Sins" TBA
The Imp tries to increase EVIL by devising some new sins.
19 "Bush" TBA
The Imp is distracted by ambulatory shrubbery.
20 "Bison" TBA
The Imp finds himself buffaloed.
21 "Tall" TBA
The Imp rises to new heights.
22 "Evil Inventions" TBA
The Imp summons his minions to display their devices of EVIL.
23 "Buzz" TBA
Bob's experiment with mutation rates a solid Bee.
24 "Pirate" TBA
The Imp's plans for piracy are sunk.
25 "Evil Pulpit" TBA
The Imp is disturbed by Bob and Lumen's sunning themselves on his balcony.
26 "Lists" TBA
The Imp makes much to-do about his list of not much to do.
27 "Trident" TBA
The Imp's trident is stolen.
28 "Education" TBA
The Imp plans to teach a course ... of EVIL.
29 "The Imp-Lement" TBA
30 "Nature Trail" TBA
The Imp demonstrates to Lumen that Nature is cruel.
31 "Lightning" TBA
The fulmination that normally accompanies the Imp's cackling is missing.
32 "Eternal Flame" TBA
Bob and Lumen show little respect for the Imp's conflagration of EVIL.
33 "Luxurious" TBA
The Imp is convinced he has become wealthy.
34 "Brute Creation" TBA
The Imp creates a monster; Bob is less than impressed.
35 "Rock" TBA
The Imp needs a hand in learning to master rock 'n' roll.
36 "Croquet" TBA
The Imp learns the malice of mallets.