Bob the Builder (2015 TV series)

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Bob the Builder (2015)
GenreChildren's animation
Created byKeith Chapman
Based onBob the Builder
by Keith Chapman
Voices ofLee Ingleby
Joanne Froggatt
Jacob Scipio (UK)
Colin Murdock
Ian James Corlett
Lee Tockar (US)
Theme music composerPaul K. Joyce
Composer(s)David Schweitzer (2015–2017)
Tim Foy (2018–present)
Paul Kaufman (2018–present)
Country of originUnited Kingdom
United States
Canada
No. of series3
No. of episodes130 (+1 special) (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)Kim Dent Wilder (2015-2017)
Michael Hefferon (2015–2017)
Christopher Keenan (2015–present)
Steven DeNure (2018–present)
Kirsten Newlands (2018–present)
Producer(s)Kylie Ellis (2015–2017)
Fred de Bradeny (2015–2017)
TBA New Producer (TBA–present)
Camera setupMulti-camera (2004–present)
Production company(s)HIT Entertainment (2015–2017)
Rainmaker Entertainment (2015–2017)
Mattel Creations (2017–present)
IoM Media Ventures Halifax (2018–present)
DistributorMattel (2015–present)
DHX Media (2017–present)
Release
Original networkChannel 5 (UK, 2015–2020)
Cartoonito (UK, 2017–present)
LittleBe (UK, TBA–present)
Family Jr. (2015–present)
Picture format16:9
Original release1 September 2015 (2015-09-01) –
present (present)
Chronology
Related showsBob the Builder (original series)
Other websites
Website

Bob the Builder is a CGI animated children's television series and a reboot of the British-American animated television show Bob the Builder. It was first broadcast in the United Kingdom on Channel 5, beginning on 1 September 2015 and PBS Kids in the United States in 12 November.

Season 3 of the reboot series of Bob the Builder ended on 30 December 2018, it is currently unknown if a 4th season will be coming since it went on hiatus in 2019.

It is no longer airing on PBS Kids in the United States after November 2018 to make room for Let's Go Luna!. It is airing on Qubo for only the third series on 26 August 2019, but the British dub was aired on this channel. It is currently unknown if the American dub will be shown again for a third series on Netflix in the US along with Family Jr. in Canada.

This show also has a feature length special called Mega Machines which was released in 2017.