Will and Dewitt
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|Will and Dewitt|
Richard Ian Cox
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||26|
|Running time||22–24 minutes|
|Production company(s)||D'Angelo-Bullock-Allen Productions
Cookie Jar Entertainment
|Original network||Kids' WB
|Original release||September 22, 2007– May 3, 2008|
Will and Dewitt is a Canadian animated television series featuring an anthropomorphic frog named Dewitt and a boy named Will as the main characters. It is produced by Cookie Jar Entertainment with animation by Two Presidents Productions in Toronto, Ontario. It first aired on September 22, 2007 on The CW and Tiny Pop. The series revolves around Dewitt motivating Will to accomplish difficult tasks.
Will is an 8-year old fun loving, shy and light-hearted boy. He has red hair and a sister named Kate. He also has a frog named Dewitt.
Will is voiced by Connor Price.
Dewitt is an anthropomorphic frog who can morph into any shape or size, usually as a visual aid to a joke he has just made. He is also a skilled impersonator. In each episode, he gives Will the support and motivation he needs to get through the challenges before him. Dewitt originally appeared and continues to appear on the packaging of Procter & Gamble's Kandoo personal care products. The frog pre-dated the television series and was named Dewitt upon its creation.
Dewitt is voiced by Richard Ian Cox.
Will's older brother who thinks he's better than him.
Fred is voiced by Billy Rosemberg.
Will's little sister who likes animals. She can get in the way of Will's challenges.
Kate is voiced by Nissae Isen.
Will's friend and sometimes rival Sandy is a recess and lunch time friend of Will and Sam.
Mom & Dad
Will's best friend, who is also a fan of Frogboy. He has dark skin and wears glasses. He's also good at telling jokes.
Sam is voiced by London Angelis.
The Forest Animals
These characters help Will & Dewitt with their challenges by singing about them.
In the United States, the shows educational elements have qualified it as an E/I show.