Club Penguin: The TV Series

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Club Penguin: The TV Series
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The official logo of the series
Genre Comedy, musical, action and adventure
Format Reality Comedy Show
Created by David Tennyson
Developed by Penguin Network
Written by David Tennyson
Directed by Director Benny
Starring Peng Guin, Gloria Walker, see Cast
Theme music composer Cadence
Opening theme The Party Starts Now
Ending theme The Party Starts Now
Composer(s) Cadence
Robert Koddalonth
Country of origin United States of Antarctica, UnitedTerra, Shops Island, Castilla, Francterre
Language(s) English, Spanish, French, Quebec French
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 61 (List of episodes)
Producer(s) Cadence (1 - Present)
Green Ninja (1 - Present)
Dancing Penguin (1 - Present)
Editor(s) Director Benny
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Snowball TV
Penguin Bros. Pictures
Distributor Penguin Bros. Pictures
Original channel Penguin Network (1 - 3)
ABC (4 - Present)
Penguin TV (Reruns only)
Picture format Fullscreen
Audio format Pulsai 5.0 Channel Stereo
First shown in October 24, 2012 - Present
Original airing October 24, 2012
Status Active
Related shows Life According to Rock
Willy and Kody

Club Penguin: The TV Series is a reality comedy TV series based off of life on Club Penguin Island. It first aired on the Penguin Network in the USA on October 24, 2012. It involves Peng Guin, a fun-loving aqua penguin, his girlfriend, Gloria Walker, and Fluffy the Puffle, as they go on adventures around the island.

It is by the same penguins who created Willy and Kody, and received so many positive reviews that its slogan became PENGUIN NETWORK'S BEST SHOW. In April 2013, it also started airing on Penguin TV as repeats. The show now airs on ABC as new episodes for the 4th season.


Club Penguin Island is the life of a party for Peng, his girlfriend Gloria, and his puffle Fluffy! Everyday, the group does something totally strange, ridiculous, and hilarious, but they always have fun in the end! Whether they are exploring or fighting bat penguins, life is never boring for this threesome.


The concept for a reality series based on life on Club Penguin Island was pitched in late 2011 by David Tennyson, after his success on Willy and Kody. Penguin Network enjoyed this fresh new concept, and the search began for the penguins whom the show would focused on. An area was put up on Penguin Network's website, where penguins could put audition videos up of them doing fun stuff on the island. Eventually, Peng Guin, Gloria Walker, and Fluffy the Puffle were picked for the lead roles. In a press release issued on July 31, 2012, Penguin Network president Flip Per commented with this.

"We are extremely excited to welcome Club Penguin: The TV Series to our wide range of programming. We are sure that everyone will appreciate the humor and morals presented in this show. I think it seriously is one of the best shows we have ever produced!"

In a Club Penguin Times interview in August 2012, it was revealed that the reason the show was made was to attract more tourists to the island. Attendees of the Penguin Network panel at Penguin Con 2012 in South Pole City got a first glimpse at the pilot episode of the series, Puffle Park, and a Q&A sessions with the creator and cast was also held. Winners of an exclusive raffle could also win a code to upload the first two episodes on IceTunes, and plushes of Peng, Gloria and Fluffy were handed out. With the new show being heavily promoted across the USA, including a bus tour, it might turn out to be very good.

On October 24, 2012, Club Penguin: The TV Series was aired for the first time at 8:30 PM, on Penguin Network, and was broadcasted to all areas of the USA. New episodes have continued to air on Fridays. On November 15, 2012, while Herbert P. Bear ruled the entire Club Penguin Island, as part of Operation: Blackout, he renamed the show Club Herbert: The TV Series. All episodes had the new logo in the theme song, and the lines in the show that said "Club Penguin" were changed to "Club Herbert". This kept going until Herbert was defeated and control of Club Penguin was regained, therefore the show was returned to normal.

On April 20, 2013, repeats of the show started airing on Penguin TV. In November 2013, the final episode of season one was aired, and it received the most views in the history of any Penguin Network programming. The show will resume with season two in December 2013 with a special 45 minute Christmas episode.

On December 20, 2013, Penguin Network announced that a third season is in the works. David Tennyson also said that the first episode of the third season would be a 1 hour special, that became one of the highest rated episodes of the series.

Shortly after the release of the movie, Penguin Network announced they started working on a 4th season, and that David Tennyson had resigned as showrunner. The season was originally given an order of 20 episodes, soon bumped up to 22, then to 24, and now to 26, more may be ordered. Following this, channel ABC gains the rights to broadcast the seasons brand new episodes. With this, followed an announced TV series called "Life According to Rock", which is to premiere on ABC next month. It was ordered a season with 13 episodes, and to air on Fridays at 8:00, and to avoid a possible cancellation, season 4 will air Wednesdays at 8:00.


Season Episodes Premiere Season finale
1 26 October 24, 2012 November 1, 2013
2 22 December 24, 2013 April 27, 2015
3 13 June 5, 2015 September 4, 2015
4 26 April 2016 TBA
Flim N/A May 25, 2015 N/A
Main article: List of Club Penguin: The TV Series Episodes

For the first season, episodes air at Friday nights, 8:30 on Penguin Network, right after a new episode of Willy and Kody. Willy and Kody's lead in for the show and it's successful ratings lead to a schedule change for the show, most of S2 aired on Fridays at 8:00, they now led in Willy and Kody. The show went into a hiatus during production of the movie, the last 3 episodes of S2 aired on Mondays at 8:00. S3 went back to Fridays at 8:00, but due to the fact it was on a Summer TV season, the 8:30 slot was taken in by reruns of Willy and Kody. S4 will return to a regular TV season, airing Wednesdays at 8:00, Willy and Kody were also moved to Wednesdays at 8:30. Both of these shows have moved to a new network, ABC.

Events and Specials

Where's Fluffy?

Where's Fluffy? was a promotional project that ran from late August to November 2013.

The Where's Fluffy? two-part CP:TTVS season finale was accompanied by a video game for the Vii N and Snowtendo 3DS, a bus tour, and live touring stage show. During the three month time period, fans could visit for downloads, minigames, and more.

Live Touring Stage Show

Club Penguin: The TV Series: LIVE ON STAGE! was an interactive stage show based on the TV series by Penguin Network, associated with Penguin Theater Group. It hosted one and a half hour stage shows that visited cities all across the United States of Antarctica. It featured penguins acting as characters from the show, with songs and more. The tour will began in September 2013.


Greatest Hits

Main article: Club Penguin: The TV Series - Greatest Hits Soundtrack

Club Penguin: The TV Series - Greatest Hits Soundtrack is the name of the first soundtrack of the series, featuring all the songs of the first season. Those who preordered will get the First Season Volume DVD Set for free. It will release on November 28, 2013.

DVD Releases

First Season Volume DVD Set

The First Season Volume DVD Set came in two volumes. They could be purchased seperately, or all two could be purchased in a special collectors case. It is the first DVD release, and includes all season one episodes. It released on November 28, 2013. Bonus features include cast commentary, deleted scenes, and a season two trailer.

Critical Reception

The show has gotten positive reviews. Many critics around the United States of Antarctica described it as "Full of morals, humorous, and FUN!" The series received 4 out of 5 stars in a review in the Club Penguin Times. In November 2013, the final episode of season one was aired, Where's Fluffy? Part 2, and it received the most views in the history of any Penguin Network programming. And on the popular critique website Rotten Fish gave the series a 90% approval rating for the first season, then giving it a 92% for the second, and now a 95% for the third. Separately, the movie got a 100% rating. As the review says "Club Penguin: The TV Series is a fun and crazy joyride of the island, and its characters perform their parts well.".


When the series came out on TV, the series had gotten decent ratings, as reported, it had gotten an 8.6 rating, it was enough for a renewal for the second production cycle. For the second season, which had episodes aired in two TV seasons due to the fact that they were working on the movie, had stronger ratings and stayed royal for the whole season. It was enough for a third production cycle. The series was set to air during special "Summer" seasons, and it gave the show a chance to get a ratings boost, which it had gained. As it got a 17.4 rating. The highest rated episode had been the 1 hour special "Time Travel Triple Trouble", this also counts for the whole series. This was enough for a 4th production cycle, and they may even announce a 5th before season 4 starts.

Season Timeslot Season Premiere Season Finale TV Season Rank Viewers
(in millions)
1 Friday 8:30 P.M. (October 24, 2012 – November 1, 2013) October 24, 2012 November 1, 2013 2012–2013 #35 8.6
2 Monday/Friday 8:00 P.M. (December 24, 2013 – April 27, 2015) December 24, 2013 April 27, 2015 2013–2014
#24 13.8
3 Friday 8:00 P.M. (June 5, 2014 – September 4, 2015) June 5, 2015 August 22, 2015 Summer 2015 #15 17.4


During the second season, Penguin Network signed a deal with Penguin TV to syndicate season 1 of the series. This gave the network a ratings success, with an average of 10 million per episode aired. During the 3rd season, Penguin TV gained the rights to syndicate season 2. Now that season 4 is underway, they are busy trying to get syndication rights for season 3. With that also came the channel ABC, they wanted to broadcast the new episodes for S4, after intense negotiations, they got what they wanted. They also gain syndication rights for the series.


Main article: Life According to Rock

With ABC getting the full ownership rights to the series, it followed with an announced TV series called "Life According to Rock", which is to premiere on ABC next month. It was ordered a season with 13 episodes, and to air on Fridays at 8:00, and to avoid a possible cancellation, season 4 will air Wednesdays at 8:00.



All of the cast members play as themselves, and this is as follows:

  • Peng Guin as Peng Guin, main character of the series who is an aqua penguin and loves adventure.
  • Fluffy the Puffle as Fluffy the Puffle, Peng's talking pet puffle who was involved in a lab experiment when he was young.
  • Gloria Walker as Gloria Walker, Peng's crush and friend.
  • Amber the Puffle as Amber the Puffle, Gloria's puffle.
  • Ben Adams as Ben Adams, Peng's best friend.
  • Evan Insig as Rock, Peng's other best friend, he's a messy rock n' roll fan who lives in a basement.
  • Franky the Puffle as Franky the Puffle, Ben's puffle.
  • Maddie Hartman as Maddie Hartman, Gloria's best friend.


  • The episodes' names vary depending on the country they're aired in, and by the countries' respective languages.

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