The series was animated on Flash with the Adobe Animate software and the Toon Boom software. The show was produced by Bolder Media (a joint venture between Frederator Studios and Mixed Media Group) and Starz Media (Formally IDT Entertainment). Bob Boyle, Susan Miller and Fred Seibert were the executive producers, and the technical director was David Sandford. The songs on the show were sung by Brad Mossman. The series composer was Mike Reagan. The series was produced in Burbank, California by Film Roman.
The series begins to develop with the name of Wubby, Widget and Walden (based on the unpublished comic The Tail of Flopsy, Mopsy, and Ted). After a few months, Wubby was changed to Wubbzy, and that the series would be called as it is now known. It is possible to see, in the Wubbcast's first video that the series had a release candidate (this due to the figures (especially Widget) that do not appear in the series). Chapter 10 of the Wubbcast showed A Tale of Tails before the show aired. Finally, the series debuted on August 28th, 2006 on Nick Jr. The second season debuted on Nick Jr. and Nickelodeon in the United States on September 2nd, 2008.
- See also: List of characters
- Wubbzy - The main protagonist.
- Widget - The deuteragonist.
- Walden - The tritagonist.
- Daizy - The tetartagonist.
- Emmy Award - Individual Achievement In Animation - 35th Annual Creative Arts & Entertainment Daytime Emmy® Awards
- KidScreen Best TV Movie award (Wubb Idol)
- Main article: Episode Guide
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|1||26 (plus 52 segments)||August 28, 2006||June 20, 2008|
|2||26 (plus 52 segments)||September 2, 2008||February 21, 2010|
See: List of Dubs
- Meet Wubbzy's Creator
- Official Bolder Media Website
- Wubbzy's early promo
- Several Wubbzy DVDs show Film Roman in the presentation
- The Wubblog
- The Wubblog - January 31, 2005
- The Wubblog - July 17, 2005
- The Wubblog - August 07, 2005
- The Wubbcast video
- Page 2 of the Wubbcast website
- The Emmy Awards page
- "Wubb Idol" DVD on Amazon