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Super Wings
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Korean출동! 슈퍼윙스
Chinese超级飞侠
Genre
Created byGil Hoon Jung
Written by
  • Anne D. Bernstein (Head Writer)
  • Young Woo Kim
  • Jung Jin Hong
  • Pammy Salmon
Directed byJin Yong Kim
Voices of
English version
  • Luca Padovan
  • J. L. Mount
  • Junah Jang
  • Colin Critchley
  • Gary Littman
  • Emma Fusco
  • Evan Smolin
ComposerSeung Hyuk Yang (Studio Doma)
Country of origin
  • South Korea
  • China
  • United States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons5
No. of episodes224 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
  • Young Hong Jeong
  • Jisoo Han
  • Sang Ho Han
  • Chan Kyung Jung
  • Ray Wang
For Little Airplane
Producers
  • Seong Su Kim
  • Jonghyuk (Dane) Lee
  • Nae Young Kwak
  • Yong Jun Lee
  • Doo Ri Park
  • Sharon Gomes Thomas (Head of Production, Little Airplane)
  • Fred Weinberg (Little Airplane)
  • Do Uk Kim (FunnyFlux)
  • Jung Jin Hong (FunnyFlux)
  • Kelvin Li (Head of Production, Qianqi)
  • Miles Lau (Head of Production, Qianqi)
Running time12 min.
Production companies
Distributor
Release
Original network
Picture format16:9
Audio formatSurround
First shown inSouth Korea
Original releaseDecember 3, 2013 (2013-12-03) –
present

Super Wings (Korean: 출동! 슈퍼윙스, romanized: Chuldong! Syupeo Wingseu, Chinese: 超级飞侠, pinyin: Chāojí fēi xiá) is an animated television series created by Gil Hoon Jung and produced by his company, FunnyFlux Entertainment, in South Korea. It is co-produced with Alpha Group Co., Ltd. from China with production support from the Educational Broadcasting System in South Korea and additional support from KOCCA.

Plot[edit]

The series follows a basic format, in which Jett interacts with other Super Wings at World Airport before being called to a delivery, being informed by Jimbo and given some facts about the location and a bit of the local language. Using this knowledge, he interacts with the kid or kids ordering the packages until they reach a problem, whereupon he calls for help from one or more of the Super Wings (some people ordering the packages are adults in certain episodes). The additional help would aid in solving the problem before they leave with Jett.

The format remained relevant in Season 2, though the interaction segments were dropped. Jimbo also no longer works at World Airport in this season, being replaced by his niece Sky while he takes an around-the-world vacation (though he still makes cameos in the locations Jett makes his deliveries). The assisting format was also altered, as typically more than one Super Wing ends up with Jett at the end of the episode.

Season 3 brings the interaction segment back to the fold, and sees Jimbo return as a maintenance technician. The rest of the format remains in place from Season 2, though the assistance method changes once again. Jett now receives help from a specialized team of Super Wings, rather than from a random selection. The episode count also dropped from 52 to 40.

Major changes came in Season 4, with much of the show now taking place on World Aircraft, a giant plane functioning as a mobile airport (with Jimbo as captain and Sky as communications officer). The kids now actually call the Super Wings to make specialized products (manufactured by Storm, a new character and World Aircraft's chief engineer), to be shipped in metal box like-containers rather than in cardboard boxes in past seasons. Jett now has a regular travel buddy and Rescue Rider talking dragon for deliveries, and they are instead given upgrades by way of a super charge beam rather than receiving help, although other Super Wings and dragons show up randomly in some episodes. The number of episodes remained at 40.

Season 5 is like Season 4, as the Super Wings are still in the World Aircraft (with Jimbo, Sky and Storm in their same positions). This season, however, the Super Wings have new companions: Super Pets, small creatures resembling Super Wings that can transform into all kinds of things for missions. They also have to face Golden Boy (a golden plane that can transform and use its arms like rockets) who appears regularly in episodes to prevent the Super Wings from trying to carry out their missions. Unlike in Season 4, Jett no longer calls Super Charge mode but rather Super Helps, a team made up of a Super Wing and its corresponding Super Pet.

Season 6 brings a new format of missions for the Super Wings squad: The World Guardians, Super Pets are not used in missions (they are now in the control room with Sky and Storm, while Jimbo is absent) and the Super Charge mode is replaced by the Super Balls and Super Dragons, a new type of item that contain elemental powers like wind, fire, polar, water, animal or lightning, and kids which Jett brings a pack can also join them, calling themselves the World Guardians Buddies. One of the major novelties of this season is the World Aircraft transforming into a giant robot called "World Robot", used when situations or problems may have become too complicated. Golden Boy is still around this season and has a new accomplice called Golden Wheels, they're not shy about making things worse on the World Guardian's missions.

Development[edit]

In 2010, Super Wings arose out of Little Airplane Wissie (Korean: 꼬마비행기 위시) which took place in Ciel City. The main character of this series, Jett, was originally named Wissie.[1] Here, Wissie and his friends are not transforming robots, unlike in the current concept.

Super Wings was announced in September 2013, and had a licensing market debut at that year's MIPJunior in Cannes, France.[2]

Characters[edit]

Heroes[edit]

  • Jett (Korean: 호기, Hogi; Chinese: 乐迪, Lèdí; voiced by Moon Nam-sook in the Korean version, Luca Padovan (Season 1) and Hudson Loverro (Season 2 to the present) in the English version): The main protagonist, a red and white male jet plane. His task is to deliver packages to kids around the world. Jett is the fastest aircraft in the world, full of energy and confidence, and is friendly with everyone at the international airport. He likes to fly around the world to help children deliver packages. Whenever difficulty arises, which is often because Jett is incompetent, he will call his best friend "Super Wings" to help. Jett's original power was solely Jett Speed, though as the show progressed, he became able to adapt to any environment, and also gained in competency. In Season 5, Jett has a new little companion: Mini Jett/Jett Pet the Super Pet. At the start of the first two-part episodes of Season 6, he become a Legendary Super Wings and enter the Hall of Fame.
  • Donnie (Korean: 도니; Chinese: 多多, Duōduō; voiced by Soyoung Hong in the Korean version and Colin Critchley in the English version): A male yellow and blue plane with the specialty to make or repair things with his handy tool kit. He is prone to self-inflicted accidents. Donnie is based upon a Canadair CL-415, but in cartoony version. Donnie is an excellent engineer in Super Hero. He always meets the possibilities of infinity in the best condition. He is a good and trustworthy partner with a powerful toolbox that always helps other Super Wings at critical moments. Although Donnie is smart, he always likes to make things that make people laugh and cry.[3] In Season 3, he becomes the leader of the Build-It Buddies (formed by himself and his two siblings, Remi (a mixing truck) and Scoop (an excavator)). In Season 5, he is followed by his new Super Pet, Mini Donnie/Donnie Pet.
  • Dizzy (Korean: 아리, Ari; Chinese: 小爱, Xiǎo ài; voiced by Jang Eun-suk in the Koren version, Junah Jang (Season 1) and Jenna Iacono (Season 2 to the present) in the English version): A pink and white female helicopter whose main task is to rescue people in need of her help. Dizzy is a pink rescue helicopter with rescue ropes and emergency equipment. Do not look at her Svens, she is very powerful. As long as Jett is in a critical situation and needs help, Dizzy will be dispatched immediately because they are the best partners! In Season 3, she is the leader of the Rescue Riders. In Season 5, Dizzy has a new Super Pet, Mini Dizzy/Dizzy Pet.
  • Jerome (Korean: 재롬; Chinese: 酷飞, Kùfēi; voiced by Jeon Tae-yeol in the Korean version and Evan Smolin in the English version): A male blue fighter jet based on a McDonnell/Douglas F-18 from the Blue Angels aerobatic team. He believes that some problems Jett faces can be solved with a dance routine, and thinks he can do other Super Wings' missions better than they can. He was written off as a main character in Season 3, becoming the leader of Team Jerome which is formed by himself and his two siblings, Arome and Jerry (two other fighter jets, who do not transform) as a competition stunt team. Despite his being removed from the main cast, the theme song still erroneously still features Jerome's name in the lyrics, while Paul has now been seen in the slot since Season 4.
  • Paul (Korean: 봉반장, Bong Ban-jang; Chinese: 包警长, Bāo Jǐngzhǎng; voiced by Jeong Yeong-wung in the Korean version and Gary Littman in the English version): A blue and white police plane. One of his jobs is to guard the World Airport at night. At times, he helps Jett and others by using his traffic control and detective skills. Paul was originally strict but fun-loving; as the show progressed, however, he loosened up and replaced Jerome as the Super Wings dancing expert. In Season 3, he is the leader of the Police Patrol. In Season 5, Paul has a new Super Pet, Mini Paul/Paul Pet.
  • Grand Albert (Korean: 다알지 할아버지, (Grandpa) Daalji; Chinese: 胡须爷爷, Húxū yéyé; voiced by Lim Chae-heon in the Korean version and Bill Raymond in the English version): A retired male orange bi-plane with a front propeller based on a Grumman F2F. He gives Jett moral advice about some tasks. He also has a trunk full of items collected over time from his younger days as an adventurer, the most prominent being the telephoto transporter, a camera which can change the size of whatever is photographed. Like Jerome, he was written off as a main character in Season 3, but he still makes cameos in subsequent seasons.
  • Mira (Korean: 미나, Mina; Chinese: 小青, Xiǎoqīng; voiced by Mi-ra Jeong in the Korean version and Elana Caceres in the English version): A female green jet plane. She is the only member of the Super Wings team that loves water and can breathe underwater without diving equipment (up until Chase's introduction and Jett's upgrades in Season 3). In Season 3, she is the leader of the Wild Team. She was written off in Season 5.
  • Bello (Korean: 주주, Zuzu; Chinese: 卡文, Carvin (Kǎ wén); voiced by Lim Chae-heon in the Korean version and Jason Griffith in the English version): A male black and white striped safari plane with a propeller. His specialty is to talk with various animals in their language. He was written off in Season 3.
  • Chase (Korean: 에이스, Ace; Chinese: 酷雷, Kùléi; voiced by Nam Doh-hyeong in the Korean version and Will Blagrove in the English version): A male dark blue spy plane. He can transform into almost anything in addition to a robot and a plane. He was written off in Season 3.
  • Todd (Korean: 두두, Doodoo; Chinese: 金刚, Jīngāng; voiced by Nam Doh-hyeong in the Korean Version and Joseph Ricci in the English version): A male brown construction plane. He has a drill for his nose. He was written off in Season 3.
  • Astra (Korean: 샛별, Saetbyeol; Chinese: 米莉, Millie (Mǐ lì); voiced by Soyoung Lee in the Korean version and Hayley Negrin in the English version): A female white space plane. She is an expert on missions that involve outer space. Astra has a twin brother, Astro, who appears in Season 3. The leader of Galaxy Wings, she is the only Season 2 character to appear in following seasons. She has a new Super Pet in Season 5, Mini Astra/Astra Pet.
  • Flip (Korean: 피구, Pigu; Chinese: 淘淘, Táotáo; voiced by Jeon Hae-li in the Korean version and Jian Harrell in the English version): A male red plane, who knows a lot about sports. He joined the Super Wings in "The Bermuda Blunder" after helping rescue Jett from the Bermuda Triangle. He was written off in Season 3.
  • Jimbo (Korean: 코보, Kobo; Chinese: 金宝; voiced by Um Sang-hyun in the Korean version and J.L. Mount in the English version): The former main traffic controller and the only human working at the World Airport in Season 1. In Season 2, he goes on an around-the-world vacation while his niece, Sky, takes his place as air traffic controller, though he does make cameos in Jett's delivery destinations. In Season 3 he returns, this time as Maintenance Technician, before becoming the Captain Commander of World Aircraft, the new base for the Super Wings in Season 4.
  • Sky (Korean: 하늘, Haneul; Chinese: 安琪, Angie (Ān qí); voiced by Kim Eu-nah in the Korean version and Madison Kelly in the English version): The current main traffic controller and the only human working at the World Airport after Jimbo went on vacation (Until his return in Season 3), she is Jimbo's niece. In Season 4, she is the new communications officer of World Aircraft. She gets around on a hoverboard. Her devices are the same in Season 5.
  • Storm (Korean: 우주, Uju; Chinese: 小风, Xiǎo fēng): A young boy introduced in Season 4 and the chief engineer of World Aircraft. He gets around with a jetpack. His devices are the same in Season 5.
  • Roy (Korean: 꽁지; Chinese: 皮皮, Pippi (Pí pí); voiced by Emma Fusco in the English version): A luggage tug. He is always wanting to fly, like the Super Wings. He often drops some items on the tarmac because he is in such a hurry. He has a twin brother named Ray.
  • Poppa Wheels (Korean: 파파트럭, Papa Truck; Chinese: 卡尔, Carl (Kǎ'ěr); voiced by Benjie Randall in the English version): A truck who works as Donnie's Assistant and transforms into robot mode. He acts as a father figure towards Donnie. He was written off in Season 3.
  • Big Wing (Korean: 빅윙; Chinese: 大鹏, Dà péng; voiced by Jeong Yeong-wung in the Korean version and Conor Hall in the English version): A blue and white jumbo passenger plane with a yellow stripe. He is the biggest member of the Super Wings team. He is the only Super Wings member that does not transform into robot mode. (Note: A large airplane similar to Big Wing appears in the Season Three episode "The Case of the Lost Suitcase") He was written off in Season 4.
  • Neo (Korean: 네오; Chinese: 圆圆, Yuán yuán; voiced by Catie Harvey in the English version): A small plane colored yellow and green. She works at a factory that transforms. Neo was absent in Season 4 and Season 5.
  • Zoey (Korean: 조이; Chinese: 小柔, Xiǎo róu; voiced by Kim Eu-nah in the Korean version and Alisha Liston in the English version): A female pink and white ambulance who is part of the Rescue Riders.
  • Sparky (Korean: 로키, Rocky; Chinese: 大勇, Dàyǒng; voiced by Jeon Tae-yeol in the Korean version and Nathan Blaiwes in the English version): A male fire engine who is part of both the Rescue Riders and the Super Wings Big Team.
  • Remi (Korean: 레미; Chinese: 雷米; voiced by Bak Sin-hee in the Korean version and Camille Schurer in the English version): A female mixing truck with interchangeable bed parts, who is part of the Build-It Buddies. She and Scoop are Donnie's siblings. She is also a member of the Super Wings Big Team.
  • Scoop (Korean: 포키, Poki; Chinese: 朗朗, Lǎnglǎng; voiced by Nam Doh-hyeong in the Korean version and Brysen Rush in the English version): An male excavator with alternate crane parts, who is part of the Build-It Buddies. He and Remi are Donnie's siblings.
  • Astro (Korean: 한별, Hanbyeol; Chinese: 米克, Mick (Mǐ kè); voiced by Tex Hammond in the English version): A male white space plane. He is Astra's twin brother, who is a part of the Galaxy Wings.
  • Rover (Korean: 로버, Lobeo; Chinese: 流浪者, Liúlàng zhě; voiced by Isaiah Russell-Bailey in the English version): A male white moon rover who is a part of both the Galaxy Wings and the Super Wings Big Team.
  • Swampy (Korean: 누피, Nupi; Chinese: 沼澤的, Zhǎozé de; voiced by Dashiel Berk in the English version): A male green fan boat. He is part of the Wild Team. He was written off in Season 5.
  • Willie (Korean: 해리, Harry (Haeli); Chinese: 威利, Wēi lì; voiced by Jalen K. Cassell in the English version): A male green intermodal submarine capable of traveling on land. He is part of the Wild Team and the Super Wings Big Team. He was written off in Season 5.
  • Kim (Korean: 김순경, Kim Soon-kyung; Chinese: 贝警员, Officer Bay (Bèi jǐng yuán); voiced by Jeong Hye-ok in the Korean version and Araceli Prasarttongosoth in the English version): A female police car. She is part of the Police Patrol.
  • Badge (Korean: 배형사, Detective Bae (Bae Hyeongsa; Chinese: 徽章, Huīzhāng; voiced by Um Sang-hyun in the Korean version and Armen Taylor in the English version): A tiltrotor police plane who is part of the Police Patrol. Unlike Paul, he does not transform. He is also a member of the Super Wings Big Team.
  • Arome (Korean: 아롬, Loma Jaemae; Chinese: 羅馬姐妹, Luómǎ jiěmèi): A female fighter jet who is part of Team Jerome. She is Jerome's sister. Unlike Jerome, she and Jerry do not transform.
  • Jerry (Korean: 재리, Jag-eun Gwonchong; Chinese: 傑瑞, Jié ruì): Another male fighter jet who is part of Team Jerome. He is Jerome's brother. Unlike Jerome, he and Arome do not transform.
  • Crystal (Korean: 보라, Vola (Bola); Chinese: 雪儿, Cher (Xuě er)): A purple female Cat plane who does not belong to a team. She helps people after blizzards and ice storms.
  • Bucky (Korean: 버키, Beoki; Chinese: 巴奇, Bā qí): An orange and yellow male Bumblebee plane capable of shrinking who is the Super Wings insect expert. He deals with problems that require being small.
  • Sunny (Korean: 써니, Sseoni; Chinese: 佩佩, Pèi pèi): An orange and white female plane, she loves singing and dancing and has a little companion Super Pet named Mini Sunny/Sunny Pet.
  • Leo (Korean: 레오; Chinese: 雷克, Lake (Léi kè)): A blue flying car. Like Flip in Season 2, he joined the Super Wings when Jimbo offered him the opportunity to join. He has a Super Pet named Mini Leo/Leo Pet.
  • The Super Pets (Korean: 슈퍼펫, Syupeo Pes; Chinese: 超级宠物, Chāojí chongwù): Also known as Super Minis. The seven Super Pets are the new companions of the Super Wings. They can transform into various objects like a glove, rescue pillow, shield, crasher, holo-rope or speaker. They are cute and playful with the Super Wings. Their names are: Jett Pet, Dizzy Pet, Donnie Pet, Paul Pet, Astra Pet, Sunny Pet, and Leo Pet.
  • Lime (Korean: 라임, Laim; Chinese: 糯糯, Nuò nuò): A light blue Super Wings with a chef's hat and a portable kitchen, she's the new cook chef in the Super Wings Team's World Guardians.
  • Tony (Korean: 토니, Toni; Chinese: 咚咚, Dōng dōng): A blue Train Super Wings with orange stripes, he's the first member of the Super Wings to be a train. He's can also transform.
  • Tino (Korean: 티노, Tino; Chinese: 大壮, Dà zhuàng): A blue-green Super Wings that can transform into a plane and a dinosaur, it can also change size and become a giant Super Wings. Tino is also a Legendary Super Wings.

Villains[edit]

  • Super Drones (Korean: 슈퍼 드론, syupeo deulon; Chinese: 超级无人机, Chāojí wú rén jī): The machines that Neo made are one-time characters. They only appear in the Season 3 episode "Send in the Drones", when they are always up to no good.
  • Golden Boy (Korean: 골든 보이, Goldeun Boi; Chinese: 金小子, Jīn xiǎozi): A golden yellow, male, plane and the antagonistic villain in the series. He always plays tricks on Jett and his friends. Golden Boy got a new sidekick in season 6 called Golden Wheels.
  • Mambo (Korean: 맘보; Chinese: 曼包,漫宝): A blue all-terrain vehicle with orange and red flames, it appears for the first time in the Season 5 episode "Geneva Car Show Chaos", then again in the episode "The Great Desert Dash" where it teams up with Golden Boy.
  • Golden Wheels (Korean: 황금 바퀴: hwang-geum bakwi; Chinese: 金小卡): A Golden yellow male truck and the second antagonist since Season 6, he's the new sidekick of Golden Boy and they are making more tricks on Jett's missions. Unlike the plane, Golden Wheels doesn't transform.

Occasional characters[edit]

  • Ray (Korean: 콩지, lei; Chinese: 伟尔, Wéi ěr): Another luggage tug, who looks like Roy because they are twins, he appears during the introduction segment of the episodes "Fiesta! Fiesta!" (Season 1) and "Doubles Trouble" (Season 2), but he does not live at World Airport.
  • Fred (Korean: 세찬, Peuledeu; Chinese: 弗雷德, Fú léi dé): An orange and white male plane, he appears in the introductory segment of the episodes "Penguin Parade" (Season 1) and "Moscow Metro" (Season 3). Unlike the Super Wings, Fred does not transform into a robot.
  • Thunder (Korean: 썬더, Uloe; Chinese: 雷, Léi): Thunder and his teammates; Therno and Strato are a stunt team and appear in the Season 3 episode "Abu Dhabi Thunder" where they face Team Jerome.
  • Narae (Korean: 나래, Nalae; Chinese: 奈莱, Nài lái): A white and blue plane, he is the mascot of the South Korea National Aviation Museum and appears in the Season 5 episode "Airport Museum Adventure" to help the Super Wings. Narae can also transform.
  • Windy (Korean: 은하, Eunha; Chinese: 小云, Xiǎo Yún): A young human girl who is Storm's little sister, she appeared during the Season 5 episode "Super Pet Sweep Up Surprise". Her "Super Wings Mission" was to keep the Super Pets, but almost failed with one of Golden Boy's plans.
  • Xuan Yi (Korean: 쑤언 이, Ssueon I; Chinese: 宣仪, Xuān yí): An ocher-colored car that can transform into a robot that appears in the "Super Wings x Nissan Mini Movie", in which he helps Jett and Cici (Season 4, episode "Guangzhou Lightshow")

Teams[edit]

In Season 3, Jett receives help from a team of Super Wings instead of just one. Whenever a Super Wings team is selected, his wings symbol changes to that of the assisting team and he gains a new helmet and equipment related to the team (with the exception of Team Jerome and Big Team).

  • Rescue Riders: Composed of Dizzy, Zoey, Sparky and Dizzy Pet. Specializing in rescue operations, they often help Jett in medical situations, fires and search and rescue. When Jett works with the Rescue Riders, he gains a safety helmet and a backpack loaded with first aid supplies and emergency kits.
  • Build-It Buddies: Composed of Donnie, Scoop, Remi and Donnie Pet Specializing in construction and repair jobs, they often help Jett in situations where they need to build something. When Jett works with the Build-It Buddies, he gains a hard hat and a backpack loaded with a large assortment of tools.
  • Galaxy Wings: Composed of Astra, Astro, Rover and Astra Pet. Specializing in problems involving space and technology, they often help Jett in situations involving space travel and advanced technology. When Jett works with the Galaxy Wings, he gains a space helmet and a jetpack containing specialized equipment.
  • Wild Team: Composed of Mira, Swampy and Willie. Specializing in missions on water and in the wild, they often help Jett in situations involving underwater travel or swamp treks. When Jett works with the Wild Team, he gains a set of diving masks and a pair of turboprops on his wings. They were written off in Season 5.
  • Police Patrol: Composed of Paul, Kim, Badge and Paul Pet. Specializing in detective works and crowd control, they often help Jett in situations involving public masses and lost objects. When Jett works with the Police Patrol, he gains a safety helmet and a backpack loaded with assorted equipment.
  • Big Team: Composed of Sparky, Remi, Rover, Willie, and Badge. Specializing in many missions and many problems, they help Jett in situations that involve stuck people. Willie was written off in Season 5, leaving four remaining members of the Big Team.
  • Team Jerome: Composed of Jerome, Jerry and Arome. Unlike the other Super Wings teams, Team Jerome is a specialized stunt team, often seen at airshows.

Episodes[edit]

SeriesEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
1523 December 2013 (2013-12-03)2 January 2016 (2016-01-02)
25224 March 2017 (2017-03-24)18 September 2017 (2017-09-18)
3401 September 2018 (2018-09-01)30 June 2019 (2019-06-30)
440TBATBA
540November 5, 2020 (2020-11-05)TBA
640TBATBA

Current Broadcasters[edit]

Distribution[edit]

For Mainland China and the rest of Asia, as well as the Middle East, Alpha Animation and Culture holds the distribution rights of the series. For the rest of the world, the series is distributed by CJ E&M.[4][5]

Broadcast[edit]

In South Korea, Super Wings premiered on September 1, 2014, on what is now EBS1,[6] a public service terrestrial television channel operated by Educational Broadcasting System. The initial airings on EBS included a segment which celebrated certain children's birthdays during the closing credits. It was repeated on some of children's interest channels on multichannel platforms in the country since then: Tooniverse, owned by CJ E&M, was one such channel. Season 2 premiered on March 1, 2017, on EBS1.[7][8]

In China, the series was syndicated, distributed by Alpha to television stations.

In the United States, Super Wings (Seasons 1 and 2) also premiered on March 14, 2015, on Sprout (now Universal Kids), It also streamed on Netflix.

In Canada, the series was premiered on March 3, 2015, on Treehouse TV (owned by Corus), while a French version was broadcast on Ici Radio-Canada Télé's children's block.

In the United Kingdom and Ireland, Super Wings was premiered on Cartoonito and Tiny Pop on February 6, 2017.[9]

In the Arab World, the series was broadcast on Spacetoon on March 7, 2016. While in the Saudi Arabia, the series was broadcast on Basma on 2013.

In Australia, the series was broadcast on Eleven (now 10 Peach).

In Singapore, the series debuted on Okto on October 14, 2017.[10]

In Hong Kong, the series all debuted on Now TV (Hong Kong) on April 25, 2019.

In Indonesia, the series originally was broadcast on GTV (formerly Global TV); but moved to, and third season was debuted on RTV on April 29, 2019.[11] The fourth season debuted on August 5, 2020.[12]

In Israel, the series is broadcast on Hop! Channel.

In Germany, the series was broadcast on Super RTL and KiKA.

In Russia, the series was broadcast on Carousel.

In Poland, the series was broadcast on TVP ABC.

In Ukraine, the series was broadcast on PLUSPLUS


In France, the series was broadcast on TF1, Gulli & Piwi+

In Croatia, the series was broadcast on RTL Kockica

In Thailand, the series was broadcast on Boomerang and Toonie.

In the Netherlands, the series was broadcast on RTL Telekids

In Portugal, the series was broadcast on Canal Panda

In Japan, the series was broadcast on BS11

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2016 International Emmy Kids Awards Kids: Preschool Super Wings Nominated
2019 International Emmy Kids Awards Kids: Preschool Super Wings Nominated

Merchandise and other media[edit]

Alpha Animation and Culture in China (whose toy division is also operated under its Auldey brand) holds master toy license worldwide.[2] In the United States and Canada, the toys are sold by Auldey Toys and Imports Dragon, respectively.[13]

Nelvana (a Corus company) has consumer products rights to Super Wings for the United States, Canada and France.[13][14]

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