The Smurfs will be arriving on September 10th to Nickelodeon and bringing back a show from our past allows these fun characters to become multi-generational and that is a great thing. So when we heard the Smurfs were being brought back the first question was animated or live action and animation and we are happy to say this series will be fully animated. The next part was it going to be the same story we have seen before or is there going to be a wrinkle and we are happy to tell you that we will be introduced to Willow Smurf (voiced by Catherine Hershey) who is the leader of a tribe of girl Smurfs. Not to worry though you will see your favorite Smurfs from the past as well.
Now you can read all about the information and episodes we have below while we dust off our Barber Smurf vintage figurine.
We can also piece together a lot of information on the episodes as they have included an episode picture and name of the episode for a bunch of the season.
Smurfs 101 “Diaper Daddy”
Smurfs 102 “Clumsy Not Clumsy”
Smurfs 103 “Unsmurfable Smile”
Smurfs 104 “Who’s Heftier?”
Smurfs 105 “Smurfs in Disguise”
Smurfs 106 “DRIIINNGGGGG!”
Smurfs 107 “Alien Smurf”
Smurfs 108 “Leaf It Alone”
You can see a trailer for the show below to check out The Smurfs animation style and the wonderful voice acting that will be coming to Nickelodeon on September 10th.
SMURF-TACULAR NEWS: NICKELODEON SET TO DEBUT ALL-NEW ANIMATED SERIES THE SMURFS ON FRIDAY, SEPT. 10, AT 7:30 PM (ET/PT)
Official Series Trailer Revealed Today
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Blue and small, and standing only three apples tall, The Smurfs are set to make their Nickelodeon debut in an all-new series premiering Friday, Sept. 10, at 7:30 p.m. (ET/PT). The news was announced today by Nickelodeon, the number-one network for kids, and LAFIG Belgium and IMPS, the worldwide licensors for The Smurfs, alongside the official trailer reveal for the CG-animated series, which follows the beloved characters embarking upon rousing adventures. All-new episodes will continue to rollout Friday nights on Nickelodeon and debut internationally in the fall.
The original series marks the return of the globally renowned characters to television for the first time in nearly 40 years and follows Papa Smurf, Smurfette, Brainy, Hefty, Clumsy and the other inhabitants of Smurf Village on all-new adventures, packed with humor, heart and high-stakes action. In the premiere episode, “Smurf-Fu,” when Smurfette rescues Brainy from a giant snake, the other Smurfs ask her to teach them “Smurf-Fu.” Next in, “Diaper Daddy,” when everyone is tired of changing Baby’s diapers, Handy decides to invent a robot that will do the job.
The voice cast pushing the charm and absurdity of the original comics to even greater heights includes: David Freeman (7 Promises) as Papa Smurf, the father figure keeping the other Smurfs in line; Berangere McNeese (Matriochkas) as Smurfette, a curious Smurf who is always ready to take part in new adventures; Lenny Mark Irons (No Man’s Land) as Gargamel, a conniving human wizard with a bottomless thirst to capture Smurfs; Youssef El Kaoukibi (NRJ Belgium) as Brainy, who considers himself the smartest of the bunch; and Catherine Hershey (Boundary Games) as Willow, the brave and wise matriarch of a new tribe of girl Smurfs.