Team Umizoomi

Team Umizoomi
Genre Children's television series
Created by Soo Kim
Michael T. Smith
Jennifer Twomey
Directed by Matt Sheridan
Voices of Sophia Fox (season 1)
Madeleine Rose Yen (season 2–4)
Ethan Kempner (season 1–3)
Juan Mirt (season 4)
Donovan Patton
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 78 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Jennifer Twomey
Producer(s) Soo Kim
Michael T. Smith
Running time 24 minutes
Production company(s) Nickelodeon Productions
Distributor MTV Networks International
Disney-ABC Domestic Television[1]
Original network Nickelodeon
Picture format 4:3 480i (SDTV) (Season 1-3)
16:9 1080i (HDTV) (Season 4)
Original release January 25, 2010 (2010-01-25) – April 24, 2015 (2015-04-24)
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Team Umizoomi is an American computer animated fantasy musical series with an emphasis on preschool mathematical concepts, such as counting, sequences, shapes, patterns, measurements, and comparisons.[2] The eponymous team consists of mini superheroes Milli and Geo, a robot named Bot, and the audience who is viewing the show. Milli, Geo and Bot refer to the viewers as their Umifriend and encourage him or her to develop their "Mighty Math Powers!" The action generally takes place in and around Umi City, a colorful city where the streets are paved with origami inspired patterns.

In the United States Team Umizoomi was first shown on both Nick Jr. and Nickelodeon. It is also available on iTunes. It first aired on January 25, 2010. On February 20, 2014, a crew member of Team Umizoomi stated that the series had not been renewed for a fifth season by Nickelodeon.[3]

General characteristics

Each episode of Team Umizoomi feature each of the following:



Geo's older sister who has abilities related to patterns and measuring. She can change her pink dress to any pattern and can then project that pattern by singing "Pattern Power". Milli is usually the one to interact with the child viewing the show Come it is necessary to complete the next element in a pattern in order to accomplish something. Her ponytails can be used to measure things, which is initiated by singing "Milli Measure".

Milli is voiced by Madeleine Rose Yen, and Sophia Fox.


Milli's younger brother who travels everywhere on his Super Skates while wearing a blue helmet and shirt. He has abilities related to geometric shapes and wears a Shape Belt that can create objects by assembling shapes and then singing "Super Shapes". Often when Team Umizoomi is stuck and needs some type of vehicle to assist them Geo will figure out what they need, present a blueprint for the vehicle needed, and then interact with the child viewer to assemble shapes needed to fill in the blue-print. He also has a Shape Magnet to help him find shapes through obstacles and a Shape Splitter to help him split shapes.

Geo is voiced by Ethan Kempner, and Juan Mirt.


Bot is a green robot and friend of the siblings who likes to sing and dance with a fun-loving, childlike personality. His abilities are more functional than math-related. His arms and legs can be extended to reach things, by saying "Arms Extendo" or "Legs Extendo" Sometimes "Jaw EXTENDO!". He has a small receiver (like a satellite dish) on his head to receive calls (called the Umi Alarm). He also has a screen on the front (called a "Belly Belly Belly Screen" stylized as "Belly Belly, Belly Screen!") that they can view videos/pictures on as well as have a video call with someone who needs their help. He also has a storage compartment on the back of his body, called a Bot-o-mat, which frequently is carrying whatever the team happens to need. In each episode, he is introduced, usually by Milli, as their "Best Robot Friend."

Bot is voiced by Donovan Patton.


The team's beloved little orange car who drives the team wherever their help is needed. He is seen playing basketball with the team against the puppets. The UmiCar is adapted to fit the needs of the team by transforming or adding camouflage depending on the mission.

UmiCar is voiced by P.T Walkley.


The security mouse of Umi City and frenemy to Team Umizoomi. He often blocks the team's entry into parks or buildings, stating a key is needed for access. The team must then complete a math-related challenge to retrieve the key. Team Umizoomi have helped Door Mouse several times when he was sick or accidentally shot into space . Nevertheless Door Mouse insists on Team Umizoomi's compliance with whatever minute bureaucratic impediments he is in charge of enforcing.

DoorMouse is voiced by Joe Narcisco, and Chris Phillips.

The Troublemakers

The Troublemakers are a group of antagonists from Season 4. Their only goals in life are to cause havoc, chaos, and trouble in Umi City, as well as defeat Team Umizoomi. They have a secret weapon called the Trouble Ray, which fulfills their malicious troublemaking ways, and a vehicle they call the TroubleTruck, which they use to get away. The Troublemakers are named Little Trouble and Big Trouble.

The Troublemakers are voiced by Nick Heatherington, Jason Harris.

Episode list


A crew member of Team Umizoomi has confirmed that Nickelodeon will not be renewing Team Umizoomi for a fifth season.[4]

Toys and merchandising

Fisher Price released the first official "Team Umizoomi" toys in early 2012. The first products available included plush dolls, bath toys, and figurines featuring characters and vehicles from the show.[5]

DVD releases

Title Format Description Release Date
Team Umizoomi DVD Includes "The Rolling Toy Parade", "Kite Festival", "Wild West Toy Train Show" and "The Legend of the Blue Mermaind" June 28, 2011
Team Umizoomi: Journey to Numberland DVD Includes the 2-part special "The King of Numbers!", "Picnic" and "The Dinosaur Museum Mishap" September 6, 2011
Nickelodeon Favorites: Merry Christmas DVD Includes "Santa's Little Fixers", plus episodes from Dora the Explorer, Go, Diego, Go!, The Wonder Pets, Blue's Clues, and Ni Hao, Kai-lan October 4, 2011
Nickelodeon Favorites: Dance to the Music DVD Includes "The Butterfly Dance Show", plus episodes from Dora the Explorer, Go, Diego, Go!, The Wonder Pets, Bubble Guppies, and Ni Hao, Kai-lan February 28, 2012
Team Umizoomi: Umigames DVD Includes "Umi Sports Games", "Boardwalk Games", "Crazy Skates" and "Carnival" June 5, 2012
Nickelodeon Let's Learn: ABC DVD Includes "To the Library", plus episodes from Blue's Clues, Ni Hao, Kai-lan, Dora the Explorer, Go, Diego, Go! and The Wonder Pets January 15, 2013
Nickelodeon Let's Learn: 1, 2, 3 DVD Includes "Counting Comet" and "Super Soap!", plus episodes from Blue's Clues, Dora the Explorer, Go, Diego, Go! and The Wonder Pets January 15, 2013
Nickelodeon Favorites: Once Upon a Rhyme DVD Includes "The Umi City Treasure Hunt", plus episodes from Bubble Guppies, The Fresh Beat Band, Dora the Explorer, The Wonder Pets and Blue's Room April 30, 2013
Team Umizoomi: Animal Heroes DVD Includes "Purple Monkey Mission", "Buster the Lost Dog", "Cuckoo Bears" and "Animal School House!" May 14, 2013
Nickelodeon Let's Learn: Colors DVD Includes "Kite Festival", plus episodes from Bubble Guppies, Blue's Clues, The Wonder Pets and Dora the Explorer July 23, 2013
Nickelodeon Favorites: Rootin' Tootin' Wild West DVD Includes "The Wild West Train Show", plus episodes from Dora the Explorer, Go, Diego, Go!, Bubble Guppies, The Wonder Pets and The Fresh Beat Band August 6, 2013
Bubble Guppies / Team Umizoomi: Into the Snow We Go! DVD Includes "A Sledding Snow Day" & "City of Lost Penguins", plus episodes from Bubble Guppies October 15, 2013

Video games

These video games based on the show are all published by Take-Two Interactive's label, 2K Play.

Title System Release date Developer(s) Publisher
Team Umizoomi & Dora's Fantastic Flight Nintendo DS November 12, 2012 Black Lantern Studios 2K Play


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