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Max and Ruby

Genre Children's television series
Created by Rosemary Wells
Based on Max & Ruby by Rosemary Wells
Directed by
  • Jamie Whitney (seasons 1–5)
  • Steven Boeckler (season 2)
  • Derek Prout (season 6)
Voices of
  • Katie Griffin & Samantha Morton (Ruby; seasons 1–2)
  • Billy Rosemberg (Max; seasons 1–3)
  • Cameron Ansell (Morris; seasons 2–5)
  • Emily Scott (Mrs. Huffington; seasons 1–5)
  • Alexis Walla (Valerie; seasons 1–5)
  • Julie Lemieux (Louise; all seasons)
  • Kay Hawtrey (Grandma; all seasons)
  • Rebecca Peters (Ruby; seasons 3–5)
  • Tyler Stevenson (Max; seasons 4–5)
  • Nicholas Fry (Morris; seasons 6–7)
  • Gavin MacIver-Wright (Max; seasons 6–7)
  • Lana Carillo (Ruby; seasons 6–7)
  • Loretta Jafelice (Valerie; seasons 6–7)
  • Catherine Disher (Mrs. Huffington; seasons 6–7)
Theme music composer
  • Geoff Bennett
  • Ben Johannesen
  • Andre Hirz
Opening theme Main Title Theme by Manhattan Transfer (uncredited)
Composers
  • Geoff Bennett
  • Ben Johannesen
  • Andre Hirz
Country of origin Canada

United Kingdom

United States

Original languages English
No. of seasons 7
No. of episodes 130 (334 segments) (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
  • Michael Hirsh (seasons 1–2)
  • Scott Dyer (seasons 1–4; season 6)
  • Tina Peel (seasons 1–3)
  • Vince Commisso (seasons 3–5)
  • Steven Jarosz (seasons 3–5)
  • Doug Murphy (seasons 3–5)
  • Diana Manson (seasons 4–6)
  • Season 6:
  • Colin Bohm
  • Megan Laughton
  • Irene Weibel
Producers
  • Alice Bell (season 1)
  • Tracy Leach (seasons 1–2)
  • Season 6:
  • Venessa Esteves
  • Melissa Graham
Running time 7 minutes (every segment; seasons 1–5)

10 minutes (every segment; seasons 6–7)

23 minutes (full-length episode; seasons 1–5)

22 minutes (full-length episode; seasons 6–7)

Production companies
  • Nelvana
  • Treehouse TV Originals
  • Silver Lining Productions (seasons 1–3)
  • 9 Story Entertainment (seasons 3–5)
  • Chorion (seasons 4–5)
  • Atomic Cartoons (seasons 6–7)
Release
Original network Treehouse TV (Canada)

Nick Jr.; Noggin (U.S.)

Picture format 480i (4:3 SDTV) (2002–2010)

720i/1080i (16:9 HDTV) (2011–2020)

Audio format Stereo
Original release May 3, 2002 – August 24, 2019
External links
Website
Production website

Max & Ruby is an animated children's television series based on the book series by Rosemary Wells.

In Canada, the series debuted on Treehouse TV on May 3, 2002, and in the United States, the series premiered on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 21, 2002. It also debuted in the United States on Noggin on May 1, 2004. A sixth season of the series premiered on September 18, 2016 and concluded on September 24, 2018, with a new main voice cast and theme song. A seventh season premiered August 12, 2018 (with the main voice cast reused from Season 6).

Seasons

Character voice actors

  • Katie Griffin & Samantha Morton (Ruby since seasons 1–2; 2002–2005)
  • Billy Rosemberg (Max since seasons 1–3; 2002–2008)
  • Alexis Walla (Valerie since seasons 1-5; 2002–2015)
  • Emily Scott (Mrs. Huffington since seasons 1–5; 2002–2015)
  • Cameron Ansell (Morris since seasons 2–5; 2003–2015)

  • Rebecca Peters (Ruby since seasons 3–5; 2006–2015)
  • Tyler Stevenson (Max since seasons 4–5; 2009–2015)
  • Julie Lemieux (Louise since all seasons; 2002–2020)
  • Kay Hawtrey (Grandma since all seasons; 2002–2020)
  • Gavin Maclver Wright (Max since seasons 6–7; 2016–2020)
  • Lana Carillo (Ruby since seasons 6–7; 2016–2020)
  • Loretta Jafelice (Valerie since seasons 6–7; 2016–2020)
  • Nicholas Fry (Morris since seasons 6–7; 2016–2020)
  • Catherine Disher (Mrs. Huffington since seasons 6–7; 2016–2020)


Around the World

Main article: Other Languages

English is by no means the only language in which the series is broadcast in:

  • Germany: Max und Ruby
  • Finland: Max ja Ruby/Max ja Meeri
  • France: Max et Ruby
  • Italy: Max e Ruby
  • Portugal: Max e Rosa
  • Poland: Maks i Ruby
  • Czech Republic: Mše a Rubý
  • Spanish: Max y Ruby
  • Brazil: Max e Ruby
  • The Netherlands: Max en Ruby
  • Norway: Didrik og Dorte
  • Korea: 맥스와 루비
  • Hungary: Max és Ruby
  • Bulgaria: Макс и Руби
  • Romania: Max și Ruby
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