The Smurfs (2021) Season 1 Episode 1 Release Date

The Smurfs 2021

Nickelodeon is bringing the Smurfs back to TV almost exactly 40 years after their debut appearance on American television (September 10, 1981).  The Smurfs (French: Les Schtroumpfs) follow the lovable Smurfs on brand-new adventures full of comedy, emotion, and high-octane action.  The new series was almost entirely made in Belgium. The film’s CGI animation style is heavily influenced by Smurfs: The Lost Village. To find out more in this new The Smurfs  Episode 1 and 2 with and to give you a better understanding of the episode.

The Smurfs Season 1 Episode 1 Release Date

On April 18, 2021, the series had its world premiere on Belgium’s La Trois channel. The Smurfs will be available on Netflix in the United States and internationally after 18 months on pay television.  Nickelodeon in the United States and Channel 5 in the United Kingdom broadcast the English-dubbed version will air on September 10 at 7:30 PM (ET/PT)  and will follow internationally. Each episode runtime 11.

The Smurfs New Episode 1 and Episode 2 Details

Episode 1 “Schtroumpf-Fu” “Smurf-Fu” Synopsis: When Smurfette rescues Brainy from a giant snake, the other Smurfs ask her to teach them “Smurf-Fu.”

Episode 2 “Robot-Nounou” “Diaper Daddy” Synopsis: When everyone is tired of changing Baby’s diapers, Handy decides to invent a robot that will do the job.

The Smurfs (2021) Season 1 Episode 1 Cast

English dub voices
Davis Freeman as Papa Smurf, Bérangére McNeese as Smurfette, Youssef El Kaouakibi as Brainy Smurf, Mark Irons as Gargamel, Catherine Hershey as Willow.

Original French voices
Jean-Loup Horwitz as Papa Smurf, Anna Ramade as Smurfette, Antoine Schoumsky as Brainy Smurf, Marc Arnaud as Hefty Smurf and Greedy Smurf, Kaycie Chase as Jokey Smurf, Jérémy Prévost as Vanity Smurf and Farmer Smurf, Emmanuel Curtil as Gargamel, Grouchy Smurf and Chef Smurf


Peyo Productions first announced the show in 2017. Its European broadcasters were revealed the following year: Ketnet (Flanders), TF1 (France), KiKA (Germany), and La Trois (France) (Wallonia). The broadcast rights were purchased up by the American entertainment brand Nickelodeon for several of its channels in 2020, however, the airing arrangement does not include the original Smurfs series from the 1980s.

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