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Rated TV-G - Most parents would find this program suitable for all ages

This show, Luis's World, is rated TV-G, meaning meaning it contains content that may be suitable for all ages

Luis's World 
Luis's World 
Genre: Animated sitcom
Comedy
Slapstick
Satire
Surreal 
Creator: Luis Augusto 
Writer: Luis Augusto
Butch Hartman 
Developer: Luis Augusto
Joe Murray
Jeff "Swampy" Marsh 
Voices: Carlos Alzaraqui
Tom Kenny
Billy West
Bill Farmer
Jennifer Love Hewitt 
Opening theme: Betty Boop, performed by Charlie Puth 
End theme: Livin' In the Sunlight, performed by Tiny Tim 
Number of seasons: 31 
Number of episodes: 578 
List of episodes: List of Luis's World episodes 
Executive producer: Luis Augusto (1991-2006, 2012-present)
Stephen Hillenburg (1999-2018)
Gary Goldman
Vincent Waller (2009-2014)
Butch Hartman
Dan Provenmire (2013-present) 
Producer: Luis Augusto
Joe Murray 
Production Company: Luis Augusto Productions
Games Animation (1991–98)
Nickelodeon Animation Studios (1998–present) 
Runtime: 11-22 minutes 
Original Channel: Nickelodeon (1991–present)
Nicktoons (2002–present) 
Picture format: 480p (SDTV) (1991–2012)
1080p (HDTV) (2012–present) 
Audio format: Stereo (1991–2000)
Dolby Surrond 2.0 (2000–12)
Dolby Digital 5.1 (2012–present) 
First run: 1989 (pilot)
August 12, 1991 – present 
First aired: August 12, 1991 
Last aired: present 
Related: Gabriel's Life

Luis's World is an American animated television series created by Luis Augusto. The show first premiered on Nickelodeon on August 12, 1991, as a first episode "Pilot", witch led to a series of half-hour episodes. It is produced by Luis Augusto Productions, Games Animation (1991–98) and Nickelodeon Animation Studios (1998–present) and distributed by MTV Networks and Viacom Media Networks. The series is set in the fictional town of El Salvador, and centers on the surreal life of a pre-teenager boy named Luis Broflovski.

Luis's World was conceived by Luis since 1979 shortly before a solicitation for a series of animated shorts with the producer Terry Ward. Luis created a world and named the characters, substituting Luis Broflovski for his own name.

In 1991, Luis's World was befored owned by Disney and premiered for the Disney Channel where droped and it was changed to Nickelodeon. The show is liked to Geo's World, SpongeBob SquarePants, Mickey Mouse, Looney Tunes. The series aired on Nickelodeon and its affiliates, except in Canada where it has aired on English and Francophone networks due to Canadian television ownership regulations with a total of 578 episodes. This show ressembles World of John and Geo's World.

The success of the show's premiere helped three feature films, Luis's World: The Movie, Luis's World: The Big Picture Show, Luis's World: Boy on the Run, as well as spin-off series, titled Gabriel's Life, which aired from 1998 to 2003.

The show is currently rated TV-G in the United States.

Production

Development

In 1989, Luis's World was originally owned by Disney and premiered for the Disney Channel but where droped and it was changed to Nickelodeon. Nickelodeon was initially thrilled to air Luis's World. The series was originally to premiere in the summer of 1990, the show was originally became the first Nicktoon to air. Since its debut on August 12, 1991, the show was the fourth Nicktoon to air, behind Doug, Rugrats and The Ren & Stimpy Show, delaying it for months throughout the season until it finally being aired as the second episode on August 19, 1991. As "Good Morning Luis" and "The Day" was being overhauled, the producers decided to air the first episode, "Pilot" on August 12, 1991. Luis's World is related in several Nicktoons, including SpongeBob SquarePants, Rugrats, Rocko's Modern Life, The Fairly OddParents, Doug, Hey Arnold!, Rocket Power, Fanboy and Chum Chum, ChalkZone, My Life as a Teenage Robot, The Ren & Stimpy Show, Harvey Beaks, Sanjay and Craig and other Nicktoons

Writing

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Animation

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Music

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Broadcast

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Episodes

Main article: List of Luis's World episodes

The show has been picked up for 31 seasons on Nickelodeon, but the series was renewed for seasons 32 and 33. The list of episodes are as follows:

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release date
First aired Last aired
Pilot 1 November 4, 1989 2000
1 13 August 12, 1991 December 30, 1991 March 3, 2001 (Regions 1–4)
2 13 April 24, 1992 August 31, 1992
3 13 October 6, 1992 May 25, 1993
4 13 August 30, 1993 February 23, 1994
5 13 June 16, 1994 November 25, 1994 July 23, 2002 (Regions 1–4)
6 15 March 18, 1995 April 30, 1996
7 11 August 15, 1996 April 25, 1997
8 26 September 6, 1997 May 16, 1998 May 7, 2004 (Regions 1–5)
9 13 August 23, 1998 December 20, 1998
10 22 April 9, 1999 October 2, 1999
11 20 November 12, 1999 July 17, 2000
12 16 October 6, 2000 May 20, 2001
13 17 September 7, 2001 May 4, 2002 November 26, 2005 (Regions 1–2)
14 16 August 26, 2002 April 26, 2003
15 20 September 5, 2003 May 31, 2004 July 8, 2006 (Regions 1–2)
16 24 September 12, 2004 May 24, 2005
17 15 October 21, 2005 June 25, 2006 December 24, 2009 (Regions 1–4)
18 24 September 8, 2006 May 28, 2007
19 13 September 11, 2007 May 5, 2008
20 22 September 19, 2008 May 24, 2009
21 14 October 12, 2009 May 26, 2010 November 8, 2013 (Regions 1–4)
22 16 September 4, 2010 June 11, 2011
23 26 October 5, 2011 May 20, 2012
24 8 June 15, 2012 August 1, 2012
25 38 October 15, 2012 July 25, 2013 February 26, 2017 (Regions 1–3)
26 20 November 4, 2013 December 8, 2014
27 22 March 28, 2015 May 21, 2016
28 30 September 17, 2016 May 28, 2017 TBA
29 21 October 1, 2017 May 18, 2018
30 18 September 29, 2018 June 12, 2019
31 26 October 5, 2019 June 24, 2020

Characters

There are the characters from Luis's World. It is freaturing of the protagonist of Main characters, Villains, Secondary characters, etc.

Main characters

Villain characters

Secondary characters

  • Graziela Broflovski
  • Guto Broflovski
  • Adriana Broflovski
  • Andreia Broflovski
  • Chris Broflovski
  • Moura Broflovski
  • Maria Broflovski
  • Miguel Watterson

Minor characters

  • TBA

Films

Main article: Luis's World: The Movie

Nickelodeon Movies, Universal Studios and Paramount Pictures produced Luis's World: The Movie, a computer-animated adventure comedy film based on the series that was released on July 20, 2001, to began celebrate the 10th anniversary of the show. The film was directed by Luis Augusto. It was followed by two sequels including, Luis's World: The Big Picture Show and Luis's World: Boy on the Run

Broadcasting

United States

Canada

  • YTV (1992-present)
  • Nickelodeon (2009-present)
  • Teletoon (1997-2009)

Brazil

  • SBT (1992-2003, returns from 2009)
  • Nickelodeon (1996-present)
  • Gloob (2012-2017, returns from 2019)
  • Rede Globo (1999-2015)
  • TV Cultura (1998-present)
  • Rede Horizonte (2001-present)

United Kingdom & Ireland

  • CITV (UK) (1993-2004, returns from 2013)
  • Nickelodeon (1998-present)
  • Nicktoons (2002-present)
  • RTE2 (Ireland) (1996-2012, returns from 2014)

Latin America

  • Nickelodeon (1996–present)
  • Azteca 7 (Mexico) (1992-1996)
  • Canal 5 (Mexico) (1996-present)
  • Teleamazonas (Colombia) (1993-present)
  • Canal 13 (Colombia) (1999-2012)
  • Chilevision (Chile) (1992-present)
  • Telefe (Argentina) (1993-present)

Japan

  • TV Tokyo (1996-present)
  • Nickelodeon (1998-2009, returns from 2018)
  • Cartoon Network (1999-present)

Portugal

  • RTP2 (1993-2005)
  • Nickelodeon (2005-present)
  • Canal Panda (1999-present)

Poland

  • Teletoon+ (2001-present)
  • Nickelodeon (2008-present)
  • Nicktoons (2019-present)

South Korea

  • EBS (1995-present)
  • Nickelodeon (2005-present)
  • Cartoon Network (2007-present)

TV content rating

United States

  • TV-G
  • TV-Y7

Brazil

  • Livre

United Kingdom

  • U
  • G

Video games

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Reception

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Spin-off

Main article: Gabriel's Life

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Theme park attractions

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Gallery

Trivia

See also

External links

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