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Mega Babies is an animatedchildren’s television series created by the Tremblay brothers, Christian and Yvon, who previously had made the Hanna-Barbera show SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron.[3] It is produced by CinéGroupe and Landmark Entertainment Group in association with Sony Wonder.[4]

Television series
Mega Babies

The English Mega Babies logo. From left to right: Derrick, Meg and Buck.
Genre Action fiction
Adventure
Toilet humor
Created by Christian Tremblay
Yvon Tremblay
Directed by Kevin Patrick Currie
Voices of
Narrated by Terrence Scammell
Music by James Fieldman
Gary Guttman
Country of origin Canada
United States
Original language English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 52 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
Producers
  • Louis Duquet
    Sophie Chicoine (supervising producer)
  • Christian Tremblay and Yvon Tremblay (associate producers)
Running time 10–11 minutes
Production companies
Distributor CinéGroupe Distribution (Canada)
Sony Wonder (United States)
Sunbow Entertainment (Internationally)[1]
Release
Original network
Original release October 10, 1999 (1999-10-10)[2] 
April 22, 2000 (2000-04-22)[2]

The series was broadcast on Fox Family Channel and Teletoon. The show was also aired in UK on Sky One‘s weekday mornings and later repeated on Channel 5 on weekend mornings between 2001 and 2002.

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The show is about a trio of mutant babies who are three characters that fight off evil monsters and aliens. Their names are Meg, Derrick and Buck and their care-giver’s name is Nurse Lazlo. The show takes place in Your City, USA.

After their birth, they are brought to an orphanage. When the entire solar system aligned itself, the babies and their nurse were struck by lightning. The babies were given super strength and other powers, and Nurse Lazlo’s IQ rose.

The show uses a lot of violence and toilet humor based on snot, vomit, feces, flatulence, drool, veins popping out of muscular parts, and various other bodily fluids coming from the cast.

Buck was voiced by Sonja Ball, Dean Hagopian voiced many male characters, Laura Teasdale did Derrick’s voice, Meg was voiced by Jaclyn Linetsky, and Bronwen Mantel voiced Nurse Lazlo.

Even though the voice acting was done in Montreal, the voice directing was done by Vancouver based veteran voice actor and voice director Terry Klassen who has done voiceovers for many animated television series and films such as voicing Krillin in the Ocean dubbed version of Dragon Ball Z. Klassen has also voice directed over works such as Ed, Edd n Eddy, Johnny Test, Cardcaptors, several Barbie films, and more recently, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. This was the only time Klassen has ever voice directed an animated project outside of Vancouver. During the later episodes Terrence Scammell who also voiced several characters in the series as well as providing the main title narration took over as voice director. Scammell has also done many voice acting roles for film, television and video games in both Montreal and Ottawa, Ontario.

The show was announced in January 1999 as a co-production between CinéGroupe and Sony Wonder set to premier on the Fox Family Channel in fall of that year. The show was created by Christian and Yvon Tremblay and Landmark Entertainment Group budgeted between $5.9 million (C$9 million) and $6.6 million for 52 10-minute episodes which were pre-produced in Montreal and animated in Asia then bundled into 26 half-hour daily shows.[5]

This section needs a plot summary. (May 2020)

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