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This article is about the original 1993 series. For the 2020 revival series, see here.

Animaniacs is an American animated comedy musical television series created by Tom Ruegger for Fox Broadcasting Company's Fox Kids block, before moving to The WB in 1995, as part of its Kids' WB afternoon programming block, until the series ended on November 14, 1998. It is the second animated series produced by Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. Animation, after Tiny Toon Adventures. It initially ran a total of 99 episodes, along with a feature-length film, Animaniacs: Wakko's Wish. Reruns later aired on Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, and Discovery Family, which was at the time The Hub Network.

Animaniacs is a variety show, with short skits featuring a large cast of characters. While the show had no set format, the majority of episodes were composed of three short mini-episodes, each starring a different set of characters, and bridging segments. Hallmarks of the series included its music, satirical social commentary, pop culture references, character catchphrases, and innuendo directed at an adult audience.

A revival of the series was announced in January 2018, with at least two seasons and a third now announced to be produced in conjunction with Amblin Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, with producer Steven Spielberg, songwriter Randy Rogel, and many of the main voice actors returning. It premiered on November 20, 2020, on Hulu, with a second season premiering on November 5, 2021.


Character Actor
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Yakko Warner

Rob Paulsen
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Dr. Otto Scratchansniff

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Wakko Warner

Jess Harnell
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Walter Wolf

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Dot Warner

Tress MacNeille
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Hello Nurse

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Ms. Flamiel

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Mindy's Mom

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Ralph T. Guard

Frank Welker
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Thaddeus Plotz

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Chicken Boo

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Mindy's Dad

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The Brain

Maurice LaMarche
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Slappy Squirrel

Sherri Stoner
Tress MacNeille (young)
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Skippy Squirrel

Nathan Ruegger
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Chick Vennera
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John Mariano
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Malachi Throne
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Bernadette Peters
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Nancy Cartwright
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Tress MacNeille
Wendy Knudsen (singing voice)
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Colin Wells
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Katie Kaboom

Laura Mooney
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Minerva Mink

Julie Brown
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Mary Hartless

Valeri Bromfield

International versions

Language Title Channels
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Albanian Animaniakët Çufo (formerly)[1]
Animaniacs - logo (Arabic).png Arabic الضاحكون Spacetoon (formerly)
MBC 3 (formerly)
Animaniacs Cantonese Logo.png Cantonese 狂歡三寶 TVB Jade (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Croatian Animanijaci HRT 2 (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Czech
Animáci ČT1 (formerly)
Supermax (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Czech
Animáci Supermax (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Czech
Animáci direct-to-video
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Danish Animaniacs TV2 (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Dutch
Animaniacs Boomerang (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Dutch
Animaniacs Nickelodeon (formerly)
Nicktoons (formerly)
AnimaniacsFinnishLogo.png Finnish Animaaniset MTV3 (formerly)
Sub (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg French Animaniacs Canal+ (formerly)
France 3 (formerly)
Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
Canal+ Family (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg German Animaniacs ProSieben (formerly)
K-Toon (formerly)
Junior (formerly)
ORF 1 (formerly)
Sat.1 (formerly)
RTL II (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Greek
Ανιμάνιακς Boomerang (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Greek
Ανιμάνιακς direct-to-video
Mega Channel (formerly)
Star Channel (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (Hebrew).jpg Hebrew אנימניאקס Arutz HaYeladim (formerly)[2]
Animaniacs - logo (Hungarian).jpg Hungarian Animánia HBO (formerly)
RTL Klub (formerly)
TV2 (formerly)
Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Icelandic Animaniacs Stöð 2 (formerly)[3]
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Italian Animaniacs Rai 2 (formerly)
Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boing (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
Paramount Comedy (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Japanese アニマニアックス TV Tokyo (formerly)
Cartoon Network (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Korean 워너스 스토리 랜드 Tooniverse (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Macedonian Анималија Kanal 5 (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (Mandarin Chinese).png Mandarin (Southwest China) 乱子壳 direct-to-video [4][5][6]
Animaniacs (1993) - logo (Taiwanese Mandarin).png Mandarin (Taiwan) 瘋狂調皮貓 direct-to-video
Persianimaniacs.png Persian وروجكهای ناقلا Filimo
Animaniacs - logo (Polish).png Polish Animaniacy TVP3 Warszawa (formerly)
TVN (formerly)
Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Portuguese (Brazil) Os Animaniacs Rede Globo (formerly)
Warner Channel (formerly)
SBT (formerly)
Cartoon Network (formerly)
Tooncast (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Portuguese (Portugal) Animaniacs RTP 1 (formerly)
RTP 2 (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (Romanian).jpg Romanian Animaniacii Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (Russian 2003).png Russian
Озорные анимашки СТС (formerly)
TV-3 (formerly)
TNT (formerly)
Paramount Comedy (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Russian
Анимашки Boomerang (formerly)
2x2 (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (Russian, 3rd dub).jpg Russian
Аниманьяки direct-to-video
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Spanish (Latin America) Animanía Warner Channel (formerly)
Cartoon Network (formerly)
Tooncast (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
Canal 5 (formerly)
Azteca 7
Teletica (formerly)
Venevisión (formerly)
Televen (formerly)
Caracol Televisión (formerly)
TVN (formerly)
The Big Channel (formerly)
Magic Kids (formerly)
ATV (formerly)
América TV (formerly)
Canal 6 (formerly)
Frecuencia Latina (formerly)
Canal 9 (formerly)
Telecanal (formerly)
Canal 10 (formerly)
Telecinco 2 (formerly)
Paramount Comedy (formerly)
Canal+ (formerly)[7]
La 1 (formerly)[8]
HBO Max (cancelled release)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Tamil Animaniacs Chutti TV (formerly)[9]
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Turkish Animanyaklar Show TV (formerly)


Language Title Channels
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Bulgarian
(Nova TV)
Аниманиаци Nova TV (aired as part of "Show na Warner," formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Bulgarian
(bTV Comedy)
Аниманиаци bTV Comedy (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (Estonian).jpeg Estonian
Animaniakid Kanal 2 (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Romanian Animaniacii TVR1 (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Ukrainian Мультиманія QTV (formerly)

Subtitled versions

Language Title Channels
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Dutch Animaniacs RTL 4 (formerly)
Cartoon Network (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Icelandic Animaniacs Stöð 2 (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Norwegian Animaniacs NRK1 (formerly)
Animaniacs - logo (English).svg Swedish Anima-Dårpippi SVT1 (formerly)
SVT Barnkanalen (formerly)


  • Parts of the theme song were dubbed in the Norwegian dub of the Freakazoid! episode "Next Time, Phone Ahead", even though Animaniacs itself has never received a Norwegian dub.