Floogals facts for kids
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|Country of origin||United Kingdom
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||130|
|Executive producer(s)||James Cabourne
|Running time||11 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Nevision Studios
Zodiak Kids Studios
|Distributor||Zodiak Media (Season 1)
Banijay Group (Seasons 2-3)
|Original network||Channel 5 (UK)
|First shown in||United States|
|Original release||January 15, 2016– present|
Floogals is a British-American live-action/animated television series aimed at preschoolers, produced by Nevision Studios, Jellyfish Pictures and Zodiak Kids, with concepts from Absolutely Cuckoo. Sprout (now Universal Kids), a children's TV channel in the United States which commissioned the series, also participated in the production. The series was developed by Ceri Barnes, Lee Walters, Nigel Pickard and Rick Gitelson, from an original idea by Dan Good (who created Waybuloo). Production took place in London during 2014 and 2015 with all CGI animation by Jellyfish Pictures. The series was first broadcast in the United States as a 'Sprout original series', and series 2 and 3 have been subsequently commissioned.
In September 2019, it was confirmed series three will be the final series and production has ended.
Synopsis and overview
The show centres on three three-inch tall extraterrestrials called Floogals who have come to Earth to study its inhabitants. Upon landing, a human boy, thinking their spaceship is a toy, hangs their craft onto the ceiling of his bedroom. The Floogals, however, don't seem to mind as they carry on with their studying.
While the show is set on a real Earthly place featuring live-action humans, the Floogals are CGI.
During each episode, the Floogals come across an object on Earth of which they try to gain knowledge. Once their study is done, they pass their research to the base on their home planet. After the report is sent, if it is liked, the floogals receive a sticker each featuring the object they have just researched.
The three protagonists consist of two male lavender colored and one female pink colored extraterrestrials in space suits and headgears. While they lack noses, they each have four trumpet-shaped protrusions on their heads which are used for both hearing and smelling.
- Fleeker, the Captain; He wears a red suit, addresses self "Captain Fleeker." Voiced by Rasmus Hardiker.
- Boomer, a space adventurer trainee. He wears a green suit, addresses self "Junior Floogal Boomer." Voiced by Hugo Harold-Harrison in Series 1 and 2, Dan Wright in Series 3.
- Flo, the First Officer. She wears a yellow suit, addresses self "First Officer Flo Floogal", her four Floogal Horns are at the top half of her head, instead of two on top and two on bottom, like the male Floogals. Voiced by Jules de Jongh in series 1 and 2, Angela Griffin in series 3.
- Fee, the Roaming Reporter. She wears a light blue suit, with a little robot buddy named Doodle. Her Floogal Horns are just like Flo's. Voiced by [put voice actor's name here]. She's been seen in only a couple episodes, so she's a character not really known.
The human family whose house is where the Floogals are stationed at. Their faces are kept secretly hidden from the picture.
- Dad aka "Dad Hooman", his name is Michael as mentioned in the episode, "Project:Washer/Dryer". He is voiced by Chris Corcoran.
- Evie King aka "Girl Hooman" She is five years old, as heard in "Project:Balloon."
- Luke ("Lukie") King aka "Boy Hooman" He is eight years old, as heard and shown in "Project: Birthday Cake."
- Mom aka "Mom Hooman", her surname is mentioned in Project Halloween when a kid compliments her on her Jack-o-Lantern, calling her Mrs. King
- Aunt Samantha, Evie & Luke's aunt in "Project Baby".
- Hugo, Evie & Luke's baby cousin in "Project Baby".
- The Gundersons, neighbors of the Kings, mentioned in “Project Mole”.
There are 52 episodes each 11 minutes.
- Welcome To Earth (pilot)
- Project Ice
- Project Tortoise
- Project Balloon
- Project Trumpet
- Project Flashlight
- Project Baby
- Project Leash
- Project Puzzle
- Project Bubbles
- Project Halloween
- Project Mirror
- Project Banana
- Project Sleepover
- Project Clock
- Project Helicopter
- Project Toothbrush
- Project Washer Dryer
- Project Glue
- Project Rubberbands
- Project Sand
- Project Boxes
- Project Egg Hunt
- Project Caterpillar
- Project Clay
- Project Garden Hose
- Project Piano
- Project Tent
- Project Popcorn
- Project Dusting
- Project Seeds
- Project Rollerskates
- Project Picnic
- Project Rabbit
- Project Painting
- Project Singing
- Project Record Player
- Project Table Tennis
- Project Robot
- Project Birthday Cake
- Project Mail
- Project Magnet
- Project Ring
- Project Umbrella
- Project Bandages
- Project Vacuum
- Project Jewelry Box
- Project Vacation
- Project Aluminum Foil
- Project Hamster
- Project Pencil
- Project Rainbow
- Project Kite
- Floogals Discover Ice
- Floogals Welcome to Earth (Pilot)
- Floogals - Banana
- Floogals - Turtle
- Today's Project - Washer Dryer
- Floogal Your World
- Blooper Reel
The series premiered in the United States on January 23, 2016 on what was known as Sprout, a specialty television channel owned by Comcast's NBCUniversal. Upon the channel's relaunch as Universal Kids on 9 September 2017, the Sprout brand was used as a name of the programming block for preschoolers until 26 January 2018, when the block was renamed Universal Kids preschool. The series was also shown on NBC's NBC Kids television block until the block's cancellation in September 2016.
In Canada, the series was broadcast on TVOntario's TVO Kids block, and Knowledge Network.
In Australia, the series was broadcast on ABC2's ABC Kids block.
In Ireland, the series was broadcast on RTÉ and 3Kids.
In South Africa, the series was broadcast on eToonz.
In Arab world, the series was broadcast on MBC 3.
And in the UK it was aired on Channel 5’s Milkshake!.
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