The Powerpuff Girls (2016 TV series)

This article is about the new series of the Powerpuff Girls. For the original series, see The Powerpuff Girls.
The Powerpuff Girls
Based on The Powerpuff Girls, by Craig McCracken
Directed by
Voices of
Narrated by Tom Kenny
Theme music composer Tacocat
Opening theme "Who's Got the Power?", performed by Tacocat
Ending theme "The Powerpuff Girls", lyrics and performed by Tristan Sedillo and Hannah Watanabe-Rocco
Composer(s) Mike Reagan
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 38 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)
  • Nick Jennings
  • Bob Boyle (co-executive producer)
Producer(s) Pernelle Hayes
Running time 11 minutes
Production company(s) Cartoon Network Studios
Distributor Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Original network Cartoon Network
Picture format 1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Original release April 4, 2016 (2016-04-04) – present (present)
External links

The Powerpuff Girls (or often referred to as The Powerpuff Girls 2016) is an American reboot animated television series based on Craig McCracken's The Powerpuff Girls (1998). Cartoon Network announced the series in June 2014. In 2015, they announced that the new series would feature new voice actors for the main characters. The series premiered on April 4, 2016, in the United States, along with Latin America and Brazil with the same day, on April 19, 2016 in Italy, and April 25, 2016 in the United Kingdom. In Indonesia it is broadcast on Trans TV.


The Powerpuff Girls, featuring Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, are three superheroes whose purpose is to reduce crime in between living a normal childhood.[1]


Bubbles, Blossom and Buttercup as they appear in the reboot series

Cartoon Network announced on June 16, 2014, that they had revived The Powerpuff Girls in a new series, which was to be produced by Cartoon Network Studios. In their 2015 upfront on February 19, the network announced that Nick Jennings would be its executive producer.[1] Bob Boyle, who previously has produced Clarence, has created Disney XD's Yin Yang Yo! and Nickelodeon's Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! and also former producer and art director of the Butch Hartman's animated series The Fairly OddParents and Danny Phantom would also produce. Meanwhile, Craig McCracken, the creator of The Powerpuff Girls, would not work on the series. Amanda Leighton, Kristen Li and Natalie Palamides were announced as the new voice actors of the main characters, playing Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, respectively,[2] replacing the original voice actors Cathy Cavadini, Tara Strong and Elizabeth Daily.[3] However, Tom Kenny reprises his roles as the Mayor and narrator, while Tom Kane reprises his roles as Professor Utonium[4] and Him. In April 2016, Jennings revealed that the producers had considered bringing back the original voice actors for the new series, but decided that recasting the roles would infuse new energy.[4] After the network revealed multiple promotional images from the new series in June 2015, writers from news sites described the visual look as similar to the original series,[2] despite the 15th anniversary special Dance Pantsed, which was broadcast on January 20, 2014, featuring a different art style rendered in 3D.[3] Meanwhile, Roger L. Jackson reprises as Mojo Jojo and Jennifer Hale reprises as Ms. Keane, but not as Princess Morbucks.[5] On May 26, 2016, Natalie Palamides confirmed that the show has been renewed for a second season.[6] The reboot had a crossover with Teen Titans Go! that aired on June 30, 2016.[7]

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 40 April 4, 2016 TBA
2 TBA 2017 TBA
Shorts 5 February 15, 2016 (TV)
February 16, 2016 (Internet)
June 24, 2016
Special June 30, 2016


Season 1 (2016–17)

No. in
Title[8]Written and storyboarded byStory byOriginal air date[9]U.S. viewers
11"Escape from Monster
Jaydeep Hasrajani and Grace KraftHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanApril 4, 2016 (2016-04-04)1.51[10]
The Mayor needs rescuing from Monster Island; meanwhile, Blossom and Buttercup fight over who gets to attend a concert with Bubbles.
22"Princess Buttercup"Kyle Neswald and Benjamin P. CarowHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanApril 4, 2016 (2016-04-04)1.51[10]
When Buttercup starts hanging with the Derbytantes, Princess Morbucks wishes to join the Powerpuff Girls. Unfortunately, Princess betrays the girls by giving them a chest that lets out a glass heart that traps them inside, and it's up to Buttercup and the Derbytantes to save them and stop Princess.
33"The Stayover"Jaydeep Hasrajani and Grace KraftHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanApril 5, 2016 (2016-04-05)1.31[11]
Recovering from a candy hangover that happened the night before, Blossom and Buttercup must locate Bubbles, who is missing.
44"Painbow"Julia Vickerman and Diego MolanoHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanApril 6, 2016 (2016-04-06)1.18[12]
A mystical rainbow causes Townsville to become unnaturally happy, so the girls set off to find out where it's coming from.
55"Horn, Sweet Horn"Julia Vickerman and Diego MolanoEmily Brundige, Haley Mancini,
and Jake Goldman
April 7, 2016 (2016-04-07)1.26[13]
Donny the pony threatens Townsville after the Professor uses his transmogrifying ray, that accidentally transforms him into a monster instead of a unicorn.
66"Man Up"Kyle Neswald and Benjamin P. CarowHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanApril 8, 2016 (2016-04-08)1.56[14]
Buttercup adopts a New Age attitude after letting Man-Boy the villain escape in her anger. In order to defeat Man-Boy when he returns to take revenge, Buttercup aims to strike an order of balance between peace and struggle.
77"Bye Bye, Bellum"Kyle Neswald and Benjamin P. CarowSteve Szlaga, Haley Mancini,
and Jake Goldman
April 11, 2016 (2016-04-11)1.18[15]
The Mayor of Townsville needs a new assistant after secretary Ms. Bellum gives notice. But after he hires Bianca Bikini, who just broke out of prison, she breaks her ape, Barbarus, out of prison as well, then they kidnap the girls. Now it's up to the Mayor to save them.
88"Little Octi Lost"Grace Kraft and Vi NguyenHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanApril 12, 2016 (2016-04-12)1.21[16]
A lesson for Bubbles by Buttercup backfires when Pack Rat steals Octi. She later admits that she hid him to teach Bubbles a lesson of letting go.
99"Strong Armed"Patrick McEown, Leticia Abreu Silva,
Alicia Chan, and Grace Kraft
Haley Mancini, and Jake Goldman (additional)April 13, 2016 (2016-04-13)1.17[17]
Bubbles fights the villainous Pack Rat (from "Little Octi Lost") using her cybernetic cast covering a broken arm,which she calls Armsy. When she learns that Armsy has unique properties of its own, she becomes obsessed with it and begins to rely on it frequently.
1010"Power Up Puff"Roque Ballesteros, Kenn Navarro,
Udomphorn Rau, Corrine Wong,
Clara Yan, and Joshua Zinman
Gina Ippolito, Haley Mancini,
and Jake Goldman
April 14, 2016 (2016-04-14)1.03[18]
Buttercup and Bubbles "level up" during a fight and develop the ability to create solid energy constructs (bight blue for Bubbles, and bight green for Buttercup) in any shape or form they wish. As she loses patience in a battle, Blossom fully taps into her own abilities and develops the power to create bright pink energy constructs that unusually take on the shape of regular household items.
1111"Tiara Trouble"Julia Vickerman and Diego MolanoHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanApril 15, 2016 (2016-04-15)1.18[19]
The Mayor hosts a beauty pageant, and Mojo Jojo, The Gangreen Gang, Fuzzy Lumpkins, Princess Morbucks and Bubbles participate to win a mysterious tiara that is actually cursed by Him. Bubbles succeeds in using her hypnotic singing voice to shatter the tiara.
1212"The Wrinklegruff Gals"Andreas SchusterEmily Brundige, Haley Mancini,
and Jake Goldman
April 21, 2016 (2016-04-21)1.21[20]
The girls go to Pokey Oaks Kindergarten on the first day of school, but find out it's closed due to an earlier accident caused by Bubbles, so they get sent to an elementary school. Unfortunately, the big kids keep calling the girls babies due to their short height, so they ask the Professor to make a potion that ages them. And even worse, they consume too much of it and turn into old grannies.
1313"Arachno Romance"Julia Vickerman and Diego MolanoJake Goldman
Haley Mancini and Sergio Cilli (additional)
April 28, 2016 (2016-04-28)1.32[21]
The girls try to split up the Professor and his girlfriend, who has a thing about spiders. But after the break-up and when Buttercup shows the Professor's ex-girlfriend the Professor's song he made for her, the ex-girlfriend transforms into a giant spider and goes on a rampage throughout Townsville.
1414"Puffdora's Box"Jaydeep Hasrajani and Leticia Abreu SilvaHaley Mancini, and Jake Goldman (additional)May 5, 2016 (2016-05-05)1.02[22]
Blossom unleashes evil spirits from an ancient, mystical chest with her spring cleaning, and when she says a sentence with the word "hopeless", a fairy-like being named Hope tells her that only a strange foreign sentence — which is "τα λέμε" ("ta léme", which means "See you!" in Greek) — can put the spirits back in the chest.
1515"Blue Ribbon Blues"Alicia Chan, Grace Kraft, and Heather MartinezHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanMay 12, 2016 (2016-05-12)1.17[23]
Blossom tries to impress a famous scientist at the school science fair. Meanwhile, Bubbles and Buttercup try to find a "ghost horse". Then, after Blossom reveals her latest creation, the scientist reveals that he's actually a centaur named Janitaur, and he uses the invention to turn everybody in the classroom — including the girls — into half-animals.
1616"Frenemy"Kyle Neswald and Benjamin P. CarowHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanMay 19, 2016 (2016-05-19)1.15[24]
The girls' befriend a new classmate named Jemmica. She seems cool, but is actually taking advantage of the girls' abilities to steal a priceless gem of great power. The "best-friends-forever (BFF) necklaces" she gave them actually give her control over them.
1717"Once Upon a
Kyle Neswald and Benjamin P. CarowHaley Mancini, and Jake Goldman (additional)May 26, 2016 (2016-05-26)1.26[25]
From the ancient past, Princess Bluebell tries to meet her Prince Charming but keeps ending up putting her life in danger; especially when she ends up in the modern-day era of Townsville.
1818"Man Up 2: Still Man-
Jaydeep Hasrajani and Leticia Abreu SilvaJake GoldmanMay 30, 2016 (2016-05-30)1.20[26]
Man-Boy returns, stealing all of Townsville's water to fuel his lawn. A distracted Buttercup misses the fight and has to rescue her sisters alone and toughen up more if she wants to beat Man Boy again.
1919"Viral Spiral"Julia Vickerman and Diego MolanoHaley Mancini, and Jake Goldman (additional)June 9, 2016 (2016-06-09)1.35[27]
The Amoeba Boys — with the help from a mysterious cybernetic villain named Silico — hack themselves into the Internet and try to take it down, so it's up to Bubbles to upload her sisters into the Internet to stop them.
2020"Bubbles of the Opera"Julia Vickerman and Diego MolanoHaley ManciniJune 16, 2016 (2016-06-16)1.37[28]
It's picture day at the school, and Bubbles tries to get a good photo of herself, but thanks to a woman, she got a bad photo, a bad haircut, an allergy reaction to makeup from Buttercup, and an injury from hitting the ceiling fan of her house. As a result, she turns against her sisters and joins forces with Mojo Jojo; thus calling herself "Dark Bubbles".
2121"Sister Sitter"Jaydeep Hasrajani and Leticia Abreu SilvaJake GoldmanJune 23, 2016 (2016-06-23)1.36[29]
Blossom and Bubbles come down with a case of spotted piglet fever, so the Professor gives them a combination of an antidote and a song. He then leaves Buttercup in charge of them, but her prevention from giving them the antidote/song combination causes Blossom and Bubbles to transform into giant warthogs. Eventually, Buttercup finally gives them the antidote/song combination, causing them to revert back to normal.
2222"Odd Bubbles Out"Julia Vickerman and Diego MolanoJake GoldmanSeptember 1, 2016 (2016-09-01)0.95[30]
Donny (from "Horn, Sweet Horn") stays with the girls for a week as part of a student exchange program, but at school, he starts hanging out with a girl named Chelsea, much to Bubbles' jealousy. But after Bubbles bends Donny's spoon in front of him and he runs out of the house, the girls find out that Chelsea lives in a volcano, which is actually Mojo Jojo's lair. They go there and see that Chelsea is actually a robot, engaging each other into a fight, and also see that Donny's magic is being drained for Mojo's death ray.
Julia Vickerman and Diego MolanoHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanSeptember 8, 2016 (2016-09-08)1.08[31]
When Princess Morbucks enters the Student Body President race, a determined Blossom sinks to her level to secure a win-win for herself.
2424"Cheep Thrills"Hilary Florido and Vi NguyenHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanSeptember 15, 2016 (2016-09-15)0.82[32]
Bubbles takes home a new pet, despite her sisters' warnings.
2525"Fashion Forward"Alicia Chan and Grace KraftJake Goldman, and Haley Mancini (additional)September 19, 2016 (2016-09-19)0.88[33]
When the Fashionistas launch a new line of brainwashing clothing, it's up to the Powerpuff Girls to stop the fashion trend before it's too late.
2626"In the Garden of
Good and Eddie"
Alicia Chan and Grace KraftHaley ManciniSeptember 20, 2016 (2016-09-20)0.76[34]
When the girls try a quick-fix on their neglected vegetable garden, they are left with a giant, mooching tomato worm they must care for.
Note: This episode was released online in August 29, 2016.
2727"Road Trippin'"Kyle Neswald and Benjamin P. CarowJake Goldman, and Haley Mancini (additional)September 21, 2016 (2016-09-21)0.83[35]
Bubbles realizes that she and the Professor do not have a lot in common. To correct this, she takes him a father-daughter day road trip across the city. However, the Professor appears to have other plans than hanging out with his daughter.
Note: This episode was released online on September 12, 2016.
2828"The Big Sleep"Jaydeep Hasrajani and Leticia Abreu SilvaJake GoldmanSeptember 22, 2016 (2016-09-22)0.91[36]
The Professor's new pillow invention comes alive and starts hunting The Professor and Girls. Despite their fright, the Girls' have to stop this creepy monster-like invention before it escapes into the city.
Note: This episode was released online on September 16, 2016.
2929"The Secret Life of
Blossom Powerpuff"
Phil Allora, Scott Bern,
Gleb Sanchez-Lobashov, and Corey Booth
Haley Mancini and Jake GoldmanSeptember 23, 2016 (2016-09-23)0.79[37]
When Blossom can't join her favorite school club, she imagines what her superhero life would be like if she joined other clubs.
3030"Halt and Catch Silico"Kyle Neswald and Benjamin P. CarowJake GoldmanOctober 8, 2016 (2016-10-08)0.98[38]
When a series of negative articles about the Powerpuff Girls are posted on the Internet, the girls track them back to Silico.
Note: This episode was released online on September 23, 2016.
3131"Secret Swapper of
Jaydeep Hasrajani and Leticia Abreu SilvaJake Goldman, and Haley Mancini (additional)October 15, 2016 (2016-10-15)0.91[39]
The girls get a paper fortune teller and start predicting their futures. Unfortunately, they find out that all of their secrets will exploited, so they must put a stop to it.
3232"Rainy Day"Alicia Chan and Grace KraftHaley ManciniOctober 22, 2016 (2016-10-22)0.81[40]
Against the Professor's orders, Bubbles and Buttercup fight the rainy day blues by playing in the lab and accidentally sends Blossom through the Professor's time machine.
3333"The Squashening"Alicia Chan, Grace Kraft, and Scott BernHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanOctober 27, 2016 (2016-10-27)0.90[41]
A living butternut squash gourd captures the girls on Halloween, and they must tell him a scary story in order to break free.
3434"Electric Buttercup"Kyle Neswald and Benjamin P. CarowHaley ManciniNovember 28, 2016 (2016-11-28)0.84[42]
Buttercup makes a deal to get a sweet new guitar, but has to later get her sisters back after the dealer turned out to be Him in disguise.
3535"Professor Proofed"Jaydeep Hasrajani and Leticia Abreu SilvaJake GoldmanNovember 29, 2016 (2016-11-29)TBD
After the Professor’s latest experiment goes awry, the girls become overprotective of their father.
3636"Poorbucks"Alicia Chan and Grace KraftHaley Mancini and Jake GoldmanNovember 30, 2016 (2016-11-30)0.77[43]
When Princess Morbucks suddenly goes bankrupt, she stays with the girls as Blossom tries to get her to reform.
3737"Snow Month"Kyle Neswald and Benjamin P. CarowHaley ManciniDecember 1, 2016 (2016-12-01)0.94[44]
When a snow day come to Townsville, Blossom uses her ice breath to make it last a little longer, so she can think about a note from her crush, but it works a little too well.
Note: This episode has been aired first in France on July 19, 2016, and in Asia on November 15, 2016.
3838"Somewhere Over the
Julia Vickerman and Diego MolanoHaley Mancini, and Jake Goldman (additional)December 2, 2016 (2016-12-02)TBD
The Powerpuff Girls are forbidden to ride the world's tallest swing set by the Professor cause he thinks it to dangerous for them, but after they disobeyed him they end up in a alternate dimension .
Note: This episode has been released online in November 24, 2016.
3939"People Pleaser"Jaydeep Hasrajani and Leticia Abreu SilvaJake Goldman and Haley ManciniJanuary 12, 2017 (2017-01-12)[45]TBD
Blossom neglects her promise to Bubbles when she takes on too many things leaving Buttercup and Bubbles to fend for themselves.

Season 2 (2017)

On May 26, 2016, Natalie Palamides confirmed that the series was renewed for a second season.

Internet shorts

No.TitleOriginal release date
S01"Who's Got the Power?"February 15, 2016 (2016-02-15) (TV)
February 16, 2016 (2016-02-16) (Internet)
An extended version of the new theme song, including a retelling of the girls' origins.
S02"Air Buttercup"March 1, 2016 (2016-03-01) (Internet)
March 6, 2016 (2016-03-06) (TV)
Buttercup tries to shoot her garbage in the trash basketball style, but keeps failing.
Note: This is the only Internet short to also be shown on television.
S03"Bubbles' Beauty Blog... but on Video"March 8, 2016 (2016-03-08)
Bubbles tries to make a beauty blog, but Buttercup and Blossom keep getting in the way.
S04"Run Blossom Run"March 15, 2016 (2016-03-15)
Blossom tries to rush to school, but faces many obstacles along the way.
S05"Ping Pong Z"June 24, 2016 (2016-06-24)
To decide who gets to do the dishes, the girls challenge each other to a game of ping pong.

Special (2016)

TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
The Teen Titans Go! and Powerpuff Girls Completely Organic Crossover Special
Peter Rida MichailEmily BrundigeJune 30, 2016 (2016-06-30)2.42[46]
After using a repellent to temporarily hinder Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, Mojo Jojo uses a teleportation device to teleport himself to a city where heroes do nothing to stop villains, otherwise known as Jump City. There, he recruits Beast Boy and Cyborg to help him build his monkey army. The girls try to follow him, only to run into Robin, Raven, and Starfire. The Titans then proceed to rope the girls into a contest to see who's the better team, with stopping Mojo as the goal.


Cartoon Network premiered the series in the United States on April 4, 2016,[47] which aired simultaneously on the Canadian Cartoon Network, Latin America Cartoon Network and Brazilian Cartoon Network.[48] The Powerpuff Girls premiered on Cartoon Network Italy on April 19, 2016, and on Cartoon Network UK on April 25, 2016.[49] The first episode aired on April 9, 2016 on Cartoon Network Pakistan and the series officially premiered on May 7, 2016. In the United Kingdom the series premiered on CITV in November 7, 2016. Also, TTG vs PPG crossover episode premiered in the United Kingdom on that same day (November 7, 2016) on Cartoon Network.

The series also premiered in the United States on Cartoon Network's sister network, Boomerang on November 1, 2016.[50]


The series was met with mixed reviews from fans and critics who criticize the show's differences from the original TV series. Henry Solotaroff-Webber of The Badger Herald enjoyed the series, saying "Overall, this new rendition of a classic animated program is a triumph in my eyes. It recaptures much of what made the last show so important for kids to see while still thoroughly scratching a nostalgia itch for those looking to go back."[51] IGN gave the premiere episode "Man Up" an 8.0 out of 10, saying "While the new voice cast will take some getting used to, and the absence of Cathy Cavadini, Tara Strong and E.G. Daily is strongly felt, the show still manages to capture the essence of the Powerpuff Girls."[52] The Nerdist gave the first two episodes a 4.5 out of 5, saying "if you loved the original show, chances are you'll love these new episodes."[53] Screen Rants gave it a positive review, saying "Although the revival doesn't quite hit the mark on what made audiences fall in love with McCracken's original series, The Powerpuff Girls is an excellent addition to the franchise."[54]

The Occidental Weekly lamented that the series "lacks the impeccable comedic timing and wit of the original" and called the voice acting "mediocre at best", while also criticizing the subpar writing.[55] Slate was critical of the show's "self-conscious" feminist overtones, and compared the show unfavorably to the original, particularly the second-season episode "The Powerpuff Girls' Best Rainy Day Adventure Ever".[56] Polygon criticized that the show lost what they considered made the original so special: "fighting seems like an afterthought, as if Cartoon Network wants to keep the Girls a safe distance from the fray", and that the show was a "step backward, not forward".[57] Jessica Swartz of Inverse said that new viewers might not know who the villains are or what their motivations are, as no introduction was given to the characters. Swartz also went on to say that the show focuses too much on the main characters, and overall called it a "mediocre cartoon".[58] Shelby Watson of The All State praised the show's voice acting, but criticized the show's increased focus on the girls' domestic lives rather than fighting crime, and was especially critical of the animation, writing: "The animation is beyond lazy...the art direction itself is catastrophic. Animators routinely forget their own rules on how to animate their characters, leading to a disjointed style that just comes across like the animators don’t care." Watson also noted other technical problems in the series, such as inconsistencies in character design or misuse of perspective, saying that they "shouldn't happen in a professional studio."[59]

Original participants

The recasting of the main characters came to the sadness of Cavadini, Daily, and Strong—the latter of whom, on Twitter, called it "a stab in the heart".[3] She had announced after the upfront in February that this was a "strictly creative" decision by the network,[60] though in June of the same year said that the network had never contacted either her or Cavadini and Daily prior to the decision to recast.[3] In an interview with The Comic Book Cast in May 2015, Kenny suggested that McCracken "does give it his blessing",[5] but in May 2016 McCracken denied such claim on his Twitter posts, commenting that he had never given the new reboot his official blessing. McCracken also wished the network had stopped their plans for a reboot of the original Powerpuff Girls property but that he acknowledges from a financial view why the new series was commissioned.[61][62]

"Horn, Sweet Horn" controversy

The season one episode "Horn, Sweet Horn" received scrutiny from the media after the episode's handling of transgender themes prompted criticism from LGBTQA viewers.[63] Sulagna Misra, writing for Fusion's official website, described the character Donny as an "interesting metaphor for transgender identity" but saw poor judgment in the choice to present the transformed character as a monster. She found the larger topic of identity reversed by making the plot so "convoluted" and preferred if the character's monstrous transformation had been a temporary gag instead.[64] Marie Solis of Mic also viewed the episode as a failed attempt to convey social issues, on par with the "Twisted Sister" episode from the 1998 Powerpuff Girls series, in which the main characters conjure up a mentally challenged and physically deformed sister.[65] Dorian Dawes of the magazine Bitch was extremely critical of the episode, calling its message questionable and dangerous in the wake of the House Bill 2 controversy. Dawes denounced the episode as irresponsible to the series' primary demographic and felt it was written solely to make the producers feel righteous about their inclusion of transgender themes.[66] It was eventually revealed that the episode's writer did not even intend for the episode to be about gender identity, and it was merely marketed as such.[67]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2016 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Short-format Animated Program[68] Unknown (for "Once Upon a Townsville") Nominated


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