List of Flash animated television series

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This list of Flash animated television series consists of animated TV series produced in Adobe Flash. It is organized by the year of release.

Timeline - first Flash projects on television[edit]

Year Project Notes
1997 KaBlam! First used in the 2nd season.
1999 Blue's Clues The third to sixth seasons of this show were produced with Flash.
1999 WhirlGirl - Showtime Premiere When the first regularly scheduled Flash animated series, WhirlGirl, made its Showtime premiere, the premium cable network marked the occasion with an unprecedented telecast that ran simultaneously with the release of the episode on the company's website.[1]
2000 The Rosie O'Donnell Show - opening titles For the 2000 and 2001 seasons, the show opens were created by Bullseye Art, which has spun off into a company called Magic Butter. These titles were nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Main Title Design.
2000 Breakup Girl This aired on the Oxygen Network in March 2000 as part of the "X-Chromosome" block, a sort of female Liquid Television overseen by Kit Laybourne and Machi Tantillo.
2001 Ollie's Under The Bed Adventures This was a half-hour special on Teletoon in March, which eventually spawned the series now known as Olliver's Adventures.
2001 daddy / King Pylon Two short films were made for Channel4's Mesh Scheme in the UK, Stephen Cavalier's daddy and Ed Holdsworth's King Pylon, animated in Flash and broadcast on Channel4 in September, 2001.
2001 Quads! In November 2001, this series launched on Australia's Special Broadcasting Service network.
2001 TV Warehouse The title sequence for this BBC program was produced in Flash by Elephant Egg.
2002 Gary the Rat Originally a web cartoon, later created as a 30-minutes series, animated by Nick Digital Studios East for Spike TV.
2002 Meena One hundred minutes of a series of Public Service Announcements (PSA's) for the project by Future Thought Productions.[2]
2002 The Proud Family Shorties These episodes of The Proud Family were animated at Hyperion Pictures under the Animobile label. Two episodes were animated by Animax Entertainment ("The Beach" and "The Picnic").
2002 Home Movies The second season of this series was produced in Flash.
2002 ¡Mucha Lucha! One of the first US network Flash series.
2002 The Mr. Dink Show Canada’s first broadcast Flash production.
2002 Bobinogs On BBC Two Wales.
2002 Weebl and Bob A web cartoon that also showed on MTV2 UK.
2002 Xiao Xiao #3 A stickfigure animation shown on MTV
2003 MegaLiga MTV e os VJs Paladinos First Brazilian network Flash series.
2005 Stroker and Hoop A short-lived Adult Swim series.
2006 Hanoka The first Anime Flash series broadcast in Japan.

Timeline - other Flash animated TV series[edit]

2000s[edit]

Year Project Notes
2003 Chilly Beach Launched on CBC Television, this became one of the first Flash productions to make the move from online "webisodes" to national TV.
2003 The Venture Bros. The pilot used Adobe Flash, while the rest of the program is animated using digital ink-and paint.
2003 Jacob Two-Two Launched on Canadian children's channel YTV, this was one of the first Canadian Flash animated TV series, based on a trilogy of books written by Canadian author, Mordecai Richler.
2003 Peppa Pig Launched on Nick Jr. and Channel 5.
2003 Franny's Feet Launched on Family Channel
2003 Peep and the Big Wide World Launched on Discovery Kids, TLC, and PBS Kids. Used cel animation for the theatrical short film series until the television series started.
2004 Atomic Betty Launched on Teletoon.
2004 Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Launched on Cartoon Network.
2004 Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi Launched on Cartoon Network.
2005 The Buzz on Maggie Canceled Disney Channel series that ran for only one season.
2005 Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island A show that aired for only 13 episodes on Kids' WB.
2005 Little Einsteins Multimedia pre-school show, used Flash for all principal character animation in conjunction with video, photo collage, Maya 3-D animation and After Effects.
2005 The X's Cancelled Nickelodeon series that ran for only a year.
2005 Caillou Used digital ink-and-paint for the first three seasons until Season 4 started.
2005 Fudêncio e Seus Amigos Launched on MTV Brasil.
2006 Johnny Test Although the first season used digital ink-and-paint until Season 2 started.
2006 Odd Job Jack First two seasons also saw additional Flash content released online, usually episode tie-in games.
2006 Chaotic A Flash series based on the story of the original Chaotic Trading Card Game.
2006 Metalocalypse An animated series created by Brendon Small and Tommy Blacha. Aired on Adult Swim.
2006 Frisky Dingo An animated series created by Adam Reed and Matt Thompson for Adult Swim.
2006 El Chavo: The Animated Series A Flash series based on the popular Mexican live-action sitcom of the same name. The TV show is produced by Anima Studios, Televisa, and Kabillion (USA only). It currently airs new episodes in Mexico and it also had an English-language dub in the United States on Kabillion and Canada on Teletoon.
2006 Happy Tree Friends A very popular Flash animated cartoon that started out as an internet cartoon around 1999 and it quickly became an internet phenomenon. In 2006, it became a full half-hour TV series on the channel G4.
2006 Pucca A Flash series based on a series of online shorts produced by VOOZ in South Korea. The TV series is produced by Studio B in Canada.
2006 Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Aired on Nickelodeon.
2006 Yin Yang Yo! The second Disney series made entirely in Flash.
2006 Shorty McShorts' Shorts The third Disney series made entirely in Flash.
2006 Kappa Mikey An American anime show, credited for the first cartoon originally on Nicktoons Network.
2006 Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman Flash Hybrid game show. Aired on PBS Kids Go!
2007 El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera Aired on Nickelodeon.
2007 George of the Jungle Produced by Studio B Productions and Classic Media. Aired on Teletoon (Canada) and Cartoon Network (United States).
2007 Ninjai Launched on G4's Late Night Peep Show during the Midnight Spank segment.
2007 The Nutshack Produced by ABS-CBN International. Aired on Myx TV.
2007 Superjail! Aired on Adult Swim from 2007 to 2014.
2007 Out of Jimmy's Head Cartoon Network's first show to combine live-action with animation, in fact, most of the animation was done in Adobe (formerly Macromedia) Flash. The show was cancelled in May 2008.
2007 Skunk Fu! A Flash animation developed in Ireland that ran from 2007–2008.
2007 Total Drama Launched on Teletoon in Canada and on Cartoon Network in the US.
2007 WordGirl Created by Soup2Nuts and Scholastic Media. Aired on PBS Kids. (PBS Kids Go! until 2013)
2007 Chowder Launched on Cartoon Network. Also animated in traditional animation and Toon Boom.
2007 Cyberchase Used digital ink-and-paint for the first five seasons until Season 6 started.
2007 The Jorges Launched on MTV Brasil.
2007 Rockstar Ghost Launched on MTV Brasil.
2008 G2G: Got to Go Co-production between Moody Street Kids in Australia and March Entertainment in Canada. Launched on Nine Network in Australia on August 16, 2008.[3]
2008 Crime Time A popular Flash cartoon by Future Thought Productions that is broadcast to television in Japan, Australia, Brazil, Russia, Turkey, Bulgaria, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Ukraine.
2008 Uchi no Sanshimai A popular Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation, based on the 2005 manga of the same name. This anime never aired on any English network other than Cartoon Network India's sister channel Pogo.
2008 Eli's Dirty Jokes A short-form comedy webseries picked up by Cinemax and broadcast as interstitial content between feature films. Features an elderly accountant who tells classic jokes brought to life by Flash animation.
2008 Making Fiends Launched on NicktoonsNetwork. Based on the internet Flash series.
2008 Martha Speaks Aired on PBS Kids.
2008 The Mr. Men Show A television show based on books by Roger Hargreaves.
2008 Wakfu A French animated television series produced by Ankama Animation, based on the video game Wakfu.
2009 Jimmy Two-Shoes A Canadian animated television series created by Edward Kay and Sean Scott. Aired on Teletoon and Disney XD. Used Toon Boom software before Season 2 started.
2009 Pixel Pinkie
2009 Kid vs. Kat An animated show launched on YTV.
2009 Kud A Dutch sketch show which airs weekly on TMF's Kijk dit nou!
2009 Archer Produced by Radical Axis. Formerly aired on FX, currently airs on FXX.

2010s[edit]

Year Project Notes
2010 My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Launched by Hasbro Studios. Created by DHX Media Vancouver. Currently airs on Discovery Family.
2010 Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil Aired on Disney XD.
2010 Maryoku Yummy Launched on HubBub and Playhouse Disney. Based on the American Greetings card character Maryoku Yummy.
2010 Neighbors from Hell Aired on TBS. Produced by DreamWorks Animation.
2010 T.U.F.F. Puppy Aired on Nickelodeon.
2010 Ugly Americans Launched by Comedy Central. Created by Augenblick Studios.
2010 Black Panther Aired on BET. Produced by Titmouse, Inc.
2010 Fish Hooks Airs on Disney Channel.
2010 Trunk Train Aired on TV Brasil. Switched to Toon Boom Harmony in season 2.
2011 Off the Air Includes several animations with Flash but also with traditional, CGI and, occasionally, stop motion animations as well as live-action segments. Created by Dave Hughes for Adult Swim.
2011 Dan Vs. Launched New Year's Day 2011 in America on The Hub. Created by Dan Mandel and Chris Pearson
2011 Bob's Burgers Launched by 20th Century Fox Television. Created by Loren Bouchard. Switched to Toon Boom Harmony in Season 2.
2011 Good Vibes An animated series created by David Gordon Green for MTV.
2011 The Problem Solverz Launched by Cartoon Network. Created by Ben Jones.
2011 Allen Gregory Launched by 20th Century Fox Television.
2011 The Amazing World of Gumball Used Flash for 2-D animation in conjunction with video, Maya 3-D animation and After Effects. British-American animated comedy television series created by Ben Bocquelet for Cartoon Network.
2011 China, IL Airs on Adult Swim.
2011 Wild Grinders Airs on NickToons.
2011 Almost Naked Animals Aired on YTV.
2012 The Lingo Show Launched by CBeebies. Created by Nicole Seymour. Combines Flash animation with live action footage.
2012 Brickleberry Aired on Comedy Central. Switched to Toon Boom Harmony in Season 2.
2012 SuperFuckers A webtoon created by James Kochalka for Cartoon Hangover.
2012 The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange Created by Gagfilms, The Collective, and 14th Hour Productions. Aired on Cartoon Network.
2012 Gravity Falls Created by Alex Hirsch. Produced by Disney Television Animation and aired on Disney XD. The unaired pilot was animated in Flash; the series itself used Toon Boom Harmony.
2012 Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Airs on PBS Kids. Produced by The Fred Rogers Company, Blue Moon Enterprises, and 9 Story Media Group.
2012 Black Dynamite Aired on Adult Swim.
2012 Arthur Produced by The Marc Brown Company. Used cel animation for the first five seasons, then used digital ink-and-paint until Season 16 started.
2012 Motorcity Produced by Titmouse, Inc.
2012 Littlest Pet Shop Launched by Hasbro Studios. Created by DHX Media Vancouver. Currently airs on Discovery Family.
2012 Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja Produced by Titmouse, Inc. and Boulder Media Limited. Currently airs on Disney XD.
2013 Rocket Monkeys Produced by Breakthrough Entertainment. Currently airs on Teletoon.
2013 Teen Titans Go! Launched by Cartoon Network's DC Nation block. Created by Warner Bros. Animation.
2013 Turbo FAST Developed by DreamWorks Animation. Produced by Titmouse, Inc.
2013 Peg + Cat Airs on PBS Kids. Made by The Fred Rogers Company, 9 ate 7 Productions, and 9 Story Media Group.
2013 Grojband Developed by Fresh TV. Airs on Teletoon.
2014 Tennessee Tuxedo Used cel animation for the first three seasons of the television series until the web series started.
2014 Breadwinners Launched by Nickelodeon. Produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studios.
2014 Mr. Pickles Airs on Adult Swim.
2014 TripTank Airs on Comedy Central. Produced by ShadowMachine.
2014 King Star King Aired on Adult Swim.
2014 Bojack Horseman A Netflix Original Show.
2014 Stone Quackers Aired on FXX.
2014 The Tom and Jerry Show Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and Renegade Animation. Airs on Cartoon Network.
2014 Boj Airs on CBeebies.
2015 The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show A Netflix original series.
2015 Nature Cat Airs on PBS Kids.
2015 Alamat Used for 2-D Flash animation in conjunction with video,Maya 3-D animation and After Effects. Philippine Drama,Fantasy televion series is created by Jeffrey John Imutan for GMA Network.
2015 F is for Family A Netflix Original Show.
2015 Nina's World Produced by Pipeline Studios. Airs on Sprout.
2015 Wussywat the Clumsy Cat Produced by Baby Cow Productions. Airs on CBeebies.
2015 Moonbeam City Aired on Comedy Central.
2016 Brad Neely's Harg Nallin' Sclopio Peepio Launched by Adult Swim.
2016 Bunnicula Airs on Boomerang.
2016 Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh A Netflix original series.
2016 Future-Worm! Created by Ryan Quincy for Disney XD.
2016 Jabu's Jungle Created by Pixcomm, broadcast in 40 African countries, top rated children's show in South Africa
2016 Son of Zorn Launched by Fox. Combines Flash animation with live action footage.
2016 Mighty Magiswords Airs on Cartoon Network.
2017 Big Mouth A Netflix Original series.
2017 Hotel Transylvania: The Television Series Produced by Nelvana in collaboration with Sony Pictures Animation
2017 The Fairly OddParents The show switched to Flash, beginning with the first segment of the fourteenth episode of the tenth season, entitled "Space Ca-Dad", where as the rest of the series was animated using digital ink-and-paint.
2017 Bunsen Is a Beast! Launched on Nickelodeon. Created by Butch Hartman.
2017 Disjointed Carter's marijuana trip scenes are animated with Flash, traditional, stop motion and CGI animations. Airs of Netflix.
2017 UniKitty! Launched by Warner Bros. Animation on Cartoon Network.
2017 The Magic School Bus Rides Again A Netflix original series.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Animation World Network - 1/1/2000 Archived 2009-04-30 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Meena
  3. ^ "New Animated Series "g2g: Got to Go!" to Brighten Tween Screens". Archived from the original on 27 September 2011. Retrieved 18 December 2010.