- Bratz (TV series)
show_name = Bratz
format = Adventure, Children
runtime = 20 minutes
creator = MGA Entertainment
Dionne Quanas Yasmin Savanah McConnellas Cloe Tia Mowryas Sasha Carlie McConnellas Jade Wendie Malickas Burdine Charlie Schlatteras Cameron Ogie Banksas Dylan
Josh Keatonas Eitan
Greg Ellis as Byron Powell
country = USA
FOX/ 4Kids TV/ ESPN360
480i SDTV, 720p HDTV
September 10, 2005
April 7, 2007
num_episodes = 24 episodes plus 2 retrospectives
tv_com_id = 42962
imdb_id = 0471990
"Bratz" is a computer-animated
television series, based on a line of toy dolls of the same name. It is produced by Mike Young Productionsand MGA Entertainment, and premiered on the FOX 4Kids TVtelevision programming block on September 10, 2005.
This show follows the adventures of Jade, Yasmin, Sasha, & Cloe as they launch issues of their Bratz Magazine. Burdine Maxwell, the evil editor of rival magazine Your Thing, tries to stop the Bratz girls from putting out the magazine. Maxwell is aided by her interns, evil twins Kirstee and Kaycee, aka. "the Tweevils" (a portmanteau of twins and evil, created by Sasha and a parody of Paris and Nicky Hilton). One of them had a nose-job and wears a bandage covering her nose.
The events in the TV series followed on from the direct-to-DVD movie, "Bratz: Rock Angelz".
In fall 2006,
4Kids TVbegan airing Season 2 of "Bratz". The series was canceled on April 7, 2007. New episodes are currently airing in other countries. Fact|date=January 2008
Just like the original Bratz doll line debuted in June 2001, it become popular quickly with young girls, especially those in the
preteencategory. The TV show, with this pre-existing fan base, became an instant hit, and, with a peak of 51,000 viewers, "Bratz" became the most popular children's television series in the UK, during its run on the CITV Channel. [http://media.guardian.co.uk/overnights/story/0,,1729992,00.html]
* [http://www.tv.com/bratz/show/42962/summary.html?q=Bratz&tag=search_results;title;0 "Bratz"] on TV.com
* [http://www.citv.co.uk/page.asp?partid=49 "Bratz"] at
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