Little People (TV series) facts for kids
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|Country of origin||United States
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||52|
|Running time||11 minutes|
|Production company(s)||DHX Media
|Original release||7 March 2016– 1 February 2018|
Little People is an computer-animated TV show based on the Fisher-Price toy line of the same name, produced by HIT Entertainment, and broadcast on Sprout. The show was picked up by Cartoonito and Tiny Pop (UK), TiJi and Piwi+ (France), Super RTL (Germany), Rai YoYo (Italy), Clan (Spain), Spacetoon (Middle East), MiniMini+ (Poland), RTL Nederland, KRO and Z@ppelin (Netherlands), Discovery Kids, E-TV (South Africa), TV Cultura (Brazil), Canal Panda (Portugal), Televisa (Mexico), Niki Junior (Ukraine), Carousel (Russia) and Family Jr. (Canada). It premiered on Sprout on March 7, 2016.
It has been renewed for a second season, which started airing in 2018.
- Eddie, a boy with blonde hair voiced by Kannon Kurowski and Ethan Pugiotto. He wore a white t-shirt with an explosion on it and wore orange pants with blue shoes.
- Koby, a boy with black hair voiced by Aden Schwartz and Nicolas Aqui. He wore an orange t-shirt with a robot head on it and wore blue pants and dark red-orange shoes.
- Mia, a girl with brown hair voiced by Emma Shannon in season 1 and Millie Davis and Elise Haysbert in season 2. She wore a white t-shirt with a pink dress over it and wore pink shoes with white socks. She has a bow in her hair attached to her headband.
- Sofie, a girl with orange hair voiced by Taylor Autumn Bertman and Shechinah Mpumlawana. She wore a blue shirt with striped pants and pink glasses. Her hair is in pigtails with blue and pink ribbons.
- Tessa, a girl with black hair voiced by Sanai Victoria and Chloe Bryer. She wore a yellow-green t-shirt with a flower on it, a purple skirt, and pink leggings.
- Jack voiced by Christopher Schleicher and Evan Blaylock. He wears a blue t-shirt with a green pocket on it and beige pants. He is Emma’s younger brother.
- Emma voiced by Nicole Moorea Sherman and Lilly Bartlam. She wore a purple dress with a blue flower on it, a pink headband with white spots, and pink shoes. She is Jack’s older sister.
- Humpty Dumpty voiced by Jason LaShea and Jamie Watson
- King Pigalot voiced by Robbie Daymond
- Queen Tortoise voiced by Dana Rosario
Season 1 (2014–15)
Each airs in a 15-minute block and is 11 minutes without commercial breaks.
Official number TBA:
- A Party Together is Better
- Billy Goat Gruff
- Clearing the Air
- Dance To Your Own Jungle Drum
- Different Strokes for Different Folks! aired 12 December 2016 at 8:30am EST
- Don't Judge A Book By It's Sparkles
- Don't Lie To Get By
- Hurry Up and Wait aired December 19
- Me, Myself and Eddie
- Never Too Late To Listen
- New Things Equals Cold Feet
- Nuts For Sharing
- Rumor Ruckus
- Stash Your Trash
- The Many Colors of Kindness aired 12 December 2016 at 8:45am EST
- The Trouble With Bulls and Frogs
- Two Heroes are Better Than One
- You're The Best When You're Yourself
- Episode 1: "Teamwork Takes Talent!" debuted 14 March 2016
- Episode 2: "Imagination Cures the Blues!" debuted 21 March 2016 at 3:55 PM EST
- Episode 3: "Proud to Be You and Me!" debuted 21 March 2016 at 4:10 PM EST
- Episode 4: "Better Learn to Wait Your Turn!" debuted 28 March 2016 at 3:55 PM EST
- Episode 5: "The Right (and Left) Stuff" debuted 28 March 2016 at 4:10 PM EST
- Episode 6: "Carried Away and Back Again"
- Episode 7: "Never Cheat to Beat!"
- Episode 8: "Just Compare Yourself to You"
- Episode 9: "Different Makes the Wool Go 'Round"
- Episode 10: "A Walk in Someone Else's Hooves"
- Episode 11: "One for All and All for Fun!"
- Episode 12: "If I Ruled Jungleland"
- Episode 13: "Sometimes Enough is Enough!" written by Samantha Hill
- Episode 14: "Roar in the Face of Fright"
- Episode 15: "Headed in the Right Direction"
- Episode 16: "Don't Be Selfish Said the Shellfish"
- Episode 17: "Party of One is No Fun!"
- Episode 18: "Listening for Treasure!"
- Episode 19: "Being a Big Cheese is Cheesy"
- Episode 20: "A Taste of Her Own Medicine!"
- Episode 21: "Nothing Wrong with Being Wrong!"
- Episode 22: Friendship aired 11 November 2016
- Episode 23: Collecting Conclusion Clues aired 25 November 2016
- 24-33 TBA
- Episode 34: "May the Frost Be With You!" written by Sam Barlow debuted 19 December 2016 at 5:15pm EST
- Episode 35: "Acting Icey Can Be Dicey!| written by Syndi Shumer debuted 19 December 2016 at 5:30pm EST
- Episode 41: "*Give it Back!" f written by Syndi Shumer debuted 12 December 2016 at 5:15pm EST
Season 2 (2015–16)
Each airs with the episodes divided into two-eleven minute episode segments. The Adventure Song changed and some cast voices changed.
- Take Turns to Talk/Fly High and Try
- Team Hero/Potty Ahoy
- Don't Dawdle/As You Like It
- A Space of His Own/Say So If You Don't Know
- Getting to Know You/Cast Aside
- Special Delivery/What Would Lucky Like?
- Itching for Trouble/What's Old is New
- Give a Little Listen/Trust The Jungle Bus
- United We Solved/A Promise is a Promise
- A New Friend For All/Braver Together
- Easy Peasy/Everyone Deserves a Turn
- Snail Mail/Rainy Day Delay
- Sofie's Photo No-No/A Time and a Place
- Nothing to Sneeze At/Koby Speaks Up
- Messy Mia/The Tessa Show
- The Princess and the Parade/Radical Rainbow Road Race
- Cookie Caper/Just My Luck
- Koby's Penguin Posse/Mia the Magnificent
- Awesomely Amazing Picnic Adventure/The Big Beautiful Butter Beast
- Beginners are Winners/Emma by the Book
- Jack of the Jungle/Eddie and the Yeti
- Firehouse Four/A Place for Friendly Friends
- Delivering Happiness/Castaway Capers
- The Lepo-Potamus/Treasure Beyond Measure
- Listen Up/Worth the Wait
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