My Friends Tigger & Pooh

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My Friends Tigger & Pooh
My Friends Tigger & Pooh title card.png
Created byA. A. Milne (characters)
Bobs Gannaway
Based onWinnie-the-Pooh
by A. A. Milne
Presented byChloë Grace Moretz
StarringChloë Grace Moretz
Dee Bradley Baker
Jim Cummings
Travis Oates
Peter Cullen
Ken Sansom
Kath Soucie
Max Burkholder
Kyle Stanger
Theme music composerAndy Sturmer
Opening theme"My Friends Tigger & Pooh Theme Song" (performed by Kay Hanley (season 1), Chloë Grace Moretz (seasons 2–3)
Ending theme"My Friends Tigger & Pooh Theme Song" (instrumental with a summary of one of chosen episodes)
Composer(s)Andy Sturmer (score/songs)
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes63 (list of episodes)
Running time22 minutes
Production company(s)Walt Disney Television Animation
Polygon Pictures, Inc.
DistributorBuena Vista Television (May–July 2007)
Disney–ABC Domestic Television (July 2007 – October 2010)
Original networkPlayhouse Disney
Original releaseMay 12, 2007 (2007-05-12) –
October 9, 2010 (2010-10-09)

My Friends Tigger & Pooh is an American computer-animated children's television series inspired by A. A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh. The series was developed by Walt Disney Television Animation, and was executive produced by Brian Hohlfeld. 63 episodes were produced.


The series features Pooh and other characters from the book and prior film and television adaptations and introduces two new characters: an imaginative 6-year-old red-headed girl named Darby and her dog Buster. Darby is the main human protagonist, the series' hostess, and the leader of the Super Sleuths. Her older best friend Christopher Robin, who went off to college, makes two appearances over the course of the series.


Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 26 May 12, 2007 August 16, 2008
2 19 September 27, 2008 July 12, 2009
3 18 September 8, 2009 October 9, 2010
Films 3 films December 6, 2008 April 10, 2010





Production and broadcast[edit]

Developed by Walt Disney Television Animation with animation from Japanese company Polygon Pictures, My Friends Tigger & Pooh was executive produced and story edited by Brian Hohlfeld.[1][2] It premiered on Disney Channel's Playhouse Disney block on May 12, 2007.[3] The series was renewed for a second season in June 2007.[2] After voicing him in Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie, Travis Oates reprised the role of Piglet, taking over for John Fiedler, who died on June 25, 2005, two years prior to the debut of the series. It also marked the final time Peter Cullen, Ken Sansom and Kath Soucie provided the respective voices of Eeyore, Rabbit and Kanga, as all three of them would be recast in 2011's Winnie the Pooh and Sansom passed away the following year. It was renewed for a 35-episode third season in March 2008.[4]

DVD releases[edit]

Rabbit's Ruta-Wakening / Tigger's Shadow of a Doubt
Super Sleuth Christmas Movie
Symphony for a Rabbit / Tigger Goes Snowflaky
  • Friendly Tails (March 4, 2008)
Darby, Solo Sleuth / Doggone Buster
Darby's Tail / Tigger's Delivery Service
Pooh-Rates of the Hundred Acre Wood / Tigger's Hiccup Pickup
  • Hundred Acre Wood Haunt (September 2, 2008)
Super-Sized Darby / Piglet's Lightning Frightening
Eeyore's Trip to the Moon / The Incredible Shrinking Roo
Eeyore's Home Sweet Home / Rabbit's Prized Pumpkin
Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too
Super Duper Super Sleuths
Darby Gets Lemons, Makes Lemonade / Dancing with Darby
  • Bedtime with Pooh (August 17, 2010)
Eeyore's Sad Day / Tigger's Bedtime for Bouncer
Buster's Bath / Once in a Pooh Moon
Pooh's Double Trouble / Eeyore Sleeps on It


My Friends Tigger & Pooh was the number 1-ranked television series in kids 2–5 during its first season, earning a 5.2 rating. It also ranked as the top kid series with women 18–49 (0.7 rating), according to Disney Channel.[2] The series continued to be the top-ranked show in kids 2–5 during its second season.[4]

Marilyn Moss of Associated Press reviewed the show favorably, calling it "a charming series", adding that the "animation is splendid, and, of course, the characters retain their charm".[3]

The series and Brian Hohlfield won a Humanitas Award for its first season segment, "Eeyore’s Sad Day".[5] Further, the series was nominated for six Daytime Emmy Awards in 2008 and 2009, three for each year.


  1. ^ "Brian Hohlfeld". Variety. January 24, 2008. Retrieved 2018-09-16.
  2. ^ a b c Michael Schneider (June 18, 2007). "Disney Channel orders more 'Pooh'". Variety. Retrieved 2018-09-16.
  3. ^ a b Justin Kroll (May 10, 2007). "My Friends Tigger & Pooh". The Hollywood Reporter. Associated Press. Retrieved 2018-09-16.
  4. ^ a b Michael Schneider (March 27, 2008). "Disney goes to 'Jungle Junction' – 'Clubhouse', 'Tigger & Pooh' get third seasons". Variety. Retrieved 2018-09-16.
  5. ^ Justin Kroll (September 17, 2008). "'Bell,' 'Girl' tie for Humanitas award". Variety. Retrieved 2018-09-16.

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