Developed by Carolyn Hay
Narrated by Snow White Scott
Directed by Jason Groh
First episode date 12 January 2015
|Created by Jennifer DodgeIrene Weibel|
Starring Addison HolleyAlexa TorringtonMatilda Gilbert
Opening theme "Little Charmers Theme Song"
Networks Nickelodeon, Treehouse TV, YTV, Nick Jr.
Program creators Jennifer Dodge, Irene Weibel
Genres Animation, Adventure Film, children's television series, Fantasy, Computer Animation
Similar Mike the Knight, Kate and Mim Mim, Wishenpoof!
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Little Charmers is a Canadian-American CGI interactive children's television series produced by Nelvana Enterprises and Spin Master Entertainment for Treehouse TV. The series premiered on Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. in the United States on January 12. Treehouse TV announced a week later that it was scheduled in Canada on the last day of January; however, episode 2 debuted 6 days after this announcement, and 6 days prior to the scheduled debut.
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- Main characters
- Recurring characters
Most of the episodes are split into 2 stories, except for 8: a Valentine's Day special, an Easter special, four episodes with mostly reused footage recapping previous events with mistake/music/pet/magic theme, a Halloween special and a Christmas special.
Little Charmers premiered on Nick Jr. in Australia and New Zealand on May 4, 2015, on Nick Jr. Too in the United Kingdom and Ireland on June 22, and on Nick Jr. in Southeast Asia on July 6., 3Kids in the Ireland on June 27, 2016.
- Charmers in Training
- Hazel Eyes
- Junior Brooms
- Sparkle Up!
14 different toys based on the series were made. Spin Master made toys including dolls, figurines, plushies and RPGs.
Additionally bedding is made by Baby Boom Consumer Products, cake decorations by Bakery Crafts Halloween costumes by Rubie's Costume Company, and other products by Scholastic.
Episodes from season 1 were split into 3 volumes of 10 episodes when marketed in batches on Amazon.com (wrongly called "season" instead of "volume") and iTunes and YouTube.