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The Jetsons is an American animated sitcom made by Hanna-Barbera, which originally aired in prime-time on ABC from September 23, 1962 to March 17, 1963. The series was chosen by the network to be their first color program (fittingly enough, as the series took place in the future), but low viewership had caused it to be cancelled after one season. However, reruns on Saturday mornings caused it to gain more success, gaining a revival series decades later on syndication.

Meet George Jetson and his family. Living in the automated, push-button world of the future hasn't made life any easier for the harried husband and father, who gets into one comical misadventure after another!

International versions

Language Title Channels
JetsonsLogo.png Basque Jetsondarrak ETB 1 (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Bulgarian Семейство Джетсън direct-to-video
JetsonsLogo.png Danish Familien Jetson Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Finnish Jetsonit Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png French Les Jetson France 2 (formerly)
France 3 (formerly)
TF1 (formerly)
Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
Orange Ciné Happy (formerly)[1]
JetsonsLogo.png Galician Os Supersónicos TVG (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png German Die Jetsons Das Erste (formerly)
RTL (formerly)
Sat.1 (formerly)
Kabel eins (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
Junior (formerly)
SYFY (formerly)
Das Vierte (formerly)
K-Toon (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Hungarian
(Cartoon Network)
A Jetson család Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Hungarian
(M2)
A Jetson család M2 (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Hungarian
(VHS)
A Jetson család direct-to-video
JetsonsLogo.png Italian I pronipoti Rai 1 (formerly)
Rai 2 (formerly)
Italia 1 (formerly)
Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Japanese 宇宙家族
宇宙家族ジェットソン
NHK (formerly)[2]
Cartoon Network (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Norwegian The Jetsons Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Polish
(VHS)
Jetsonowie direct-to-video
JetsonsLogo.png Polish
(TV)
Jetsonowie Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
TVP2 (formerly)
TV Puls (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Portuguese (Brazil) Os Jetsons RecordTV (formerly)
Rede Globo (formerly)
Rede Bandeirantes (formerly)
TVS (formerly)[3]
Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
Tooncast (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Romanian Familia Jetson Boomerang (formerly)
Tele7ABC (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Spanish (Mexico) Los Supersónicos Cartoon Network (Latin America) (formerly)
Boomerang (Latin America) (formerly)
Cartoon Network (Spain) (formerly)
Boomerang (Spain) (formerly)
Tooncast (formerly)
Canal 4 (formerly)
Canal 5 (formerly)
Imagen Televisión (formerly)
Azteca 7
Canal 1 (formerly)
Canal 4 (formerly)
Citytv (formerly)
Canal 2 (formerly)
Canal 4 (formerly)
Canal 2 (formerly)
Canal 4 (formerly)
Canal 6 (formerly)
Canal 7 (formerly)
Canal 9 (formerly)
Canal 5 (formerly)
TVE 1 (formerly)
Canal Sur (formerly)
HBO Max[4]
JetsonsLogo.png Swedish
(Media Dubb)
Jetsons TV3 (formerly)
Cartoon Network (Some episodes, formerly)
Boomerang (Some episodes, formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Swedish
(Sun Studio)
Jetsons Cartoon Network (formerly)
Boomerang (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Turkish Jetgiller Planet Çocuk (formerly)

Title translations

Language Title Channels
JetsonsLogo.png Hebrew משפחת סילוני Israeli Educational Television (formerly)
METV (formerly)
JetsonsLogo.png Portuguese (Portugal) Os Jetsons TVI (formerly)

References

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