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Tj's World is an American animated television series created by Trevor Jordan for Nickelodeon. Set in the fictional town of Greentree, Ohio, the show follows the adventures and exploits of 14-year-old Trevor "Tj" Drumworth and his friends Connor "Cc" Cameron, Nicholas Meyer and Anthony Mandala. The series originally ran for fourteen seasons from March 13, 2000 to April 27, 2013, airing a total of 306 episodes.

The origins of Tj's World date back to 1996, when Jordan was still working at Fox on his other series PuffRuff School. Jordan originally conceived Tj's World as a slice-of-life comedy in vein of PuffRuff School, albeit for a slightly younger audience. He partially based the character Tj off of himself, with the show's setting inspired by his childhood home in Washington. After they successfully pitched the show's pilot to Nickelodeon in 1998, Jordan and Pockes left Fox for Nickelodeon Animation to begin work on the show's first season in 1999, assuming the roles of executive producers and consultants on PuffRuff School while their longtime creative partner Sean Andrews became that series' showrunner.

After debuting to solid ratings in 2000, Tj's World became a mainstay of Nickelodeon's Nicktoons lineup, spawning merchandise including toys, video games, and a feature film. Praised for its humor and writing, the series earned five Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Animated Program during its run.

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Characters

Main characters

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Recurring characters

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Production

Development

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Writing

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Voice cast

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Animation

Tj's World is notable for being one of the first Nicktoons to exclusively use digital ink-and-paint animation, along with Rocket Power; other Nicktoons such as Rugrats, SpongeBob SquarePants, The Wild Thornberrys, and Hey Arnold! had started out using traditional ink-and-paint before switching to the digital method for later seasons (KaBlam!, which premiered in 1996 and ended around the time Tj's World premiered in 2000, only used the digital method for certain segments). Only the unaired pilot, which was pitched to Nickelodeon in 1998, used the traditional ink-and-paint method that Jordan's team had been using since PuffRuff School (which itself would later switch to digital animation in September 2000).

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Broadcast history

Episodes

Main article: List of episodes
Season No. of
episodes
Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 13 March 13, 2000 June 12, 2000
2 21 August 28, 2000 April 20, 2001
3 24 October 12, 2001 June 21, 2002
4 21 September 5, 2002 May 2, 2003
5 22 July 18, 2003 March 19, 2004
6 25 August 27, 2004 June 17, 2005
Film April 22, 2005
7 24 September 16, 2005 June 2, 2006
8 22 August 4, 2006 March 23, 2007
9 21 September 7, 2007 April 18, 2008
10 22 September 12, 2008 April 25, 2009
11 24 October 3, 2009 May 22, 2010
12 21 September 18, 2010 May 7, 2011
13 23 October 1, 2011 May 12, 2012
14 23 September 15, 2012 April 27, 2013

Syndication

Further information: Tj's World/International Broadcast

Reception and legacy

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Other media

Film

Main article: Tj's World: The Movie

On April 22, 2005, a feature film based on the series, titled Tj's World: The Movie, was released in theaters.

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Video games

Three video games based on the series have been released: Tj's World Adventures (2003), Tj's World Racer (2005) and Tj's World Fighter (2009).

Tj's World
Characters
TjCcNickAnthonyKatieMarcie
Films
Tj's World: The Movie (2005)
Video games
Tj's World Adventures (2003) • Tj's World Racer (2005) • Tj's World Fighter (2009)
Production
T.J. EntertainmentNickelodeon
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