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Amphibia is a Disney Channel original series animated series created by Matt Braly. The series premiered on June 17, 2019, on Disney Channel and also premiered on Disney XD later that same year.


Main article: Timeline

The show tells the story of Anne Boonchuy, a self-centered 13-year-old 7th-grader who is magically transported to the fictitious and magical world of Amphibia, a rural marshland full of dangerous creatures and anthropomorphic frogs, also known as Amphibians. With the help of an excitable young frog named Sprig Plantar, Anne will transform into a hero and discover the first true friendship of her life.


Main Cast



Oversea animation studios


Dialogue director


The episodes are usually split into 22 x 11-minute segments. The first season finale "Reunion" is the first full-length episode of the series. Full-length episodes of the series are split into 21x7 parts.

Rough Draft KoreaSunmin Image Pictures, and Saerom Animation each provides animation for the episodes, and it takes about nine months for each episode to be complete.[1]

Main article: List of Amphibia episodes
Season Episodes Production Codes Start date End Date Total


Full Segments
1 20 39 101-120 June 17, 2019 July 18, 2019 N/A
2 20 TBA 201-TBA July 11, 2020 TBA N/A
Short Series Shorts Production Codes Start Date End Date
Teen Girl in a Frog World 5 101-105 September 3, 2019 October 1, 2019
Wild Amphibia 4 101-104 November 13, 2019 December 4, 2019
Chibi Tiny Tales 6 TBA June 7, 2020 July 12, 2020

International release

Country Language Channel Premiere date Title Source
Canada Canada English Disney Channel June 22, 2019 Amphibia
United Kingdom United Kingdom English July 6, 2019
Japan Japan Japanese August 2, 2019 (Sneak preview)
September 1, 2019 (Official)
ふしぎの国 アンフィビア [2][3]
Latin America Argentina Spanish (Latin America) Disney XD August 3, 2019 (Sneak preview)
August 5, 2019 (Official)
Amphibia [4]
Brazil Portuguese (Brazil)
India India Hindi Disney Channel August 11, 2019 [5]
Australia Australia English August 18, 2019
New Zealand New Zealand
Netherlands Netherlands Dutch September 2, 2019 [6]
Hong Kong Hong Kong Cantonese Chinese September 8, 2019 蛙!小安的奇幻之旅 [7]
Taiwan Taiwan Mandarin Chinese 蛙!小安的奇幻之旅 [8]
Southeast Asia Southeast Asia English September 9, 2019 Amphibia [9]
Indonesia Indonesian
Malaysia Malay
Thailand Thai แอมฟิเบีย
Vietnam Vietnamese
Thế Giới Lưỡng Cư
South Korea South Korea Korean September 18, 2019 신비한 개구리 나라 앰피비아 [10]
Italy Italy Italian October 5, 2019 Anfibia
Russia Russia Russian October 14, 2019 Амфибия
France France French October 21, 2019 Amphibia [11]
Belgium Belgium Dutch [12]
Middle East and North Africa Middle East and North Africa English
Arabic مغامرات ضفدعية
Greece Greece Greek Αμφίβια
Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgarian December 9, 2019 Амфибия
Romania Romania Amfibienii
Spain Spain Spanish Disney XD January 11, 2020 Anfibilandia [13]
Disney Channel April 6, 2020 [14]
Germany Germany German Disney Channel February 17, 2020 Amphibia [15]
Czech Republic Czechia Czech March 2, 2020 Anna ve světě obojživelníků [16]
Slovakia Slovakia
Hungary Hungary Hungarian Békaland
Israel Israel Hebrew March 8, 2020 אמפיביה
Globe of Scandinavia.png Scandinavia English Disney XD March 23, 2020 Amphibia
Denmark Danish
Norway Norwegian
Sweden Swedish
Finland Finnish
Poland Poland Polish Disney XD Płazowyż [17]
Portugal European Portuguese Disney Channel September 14, 2020 Anfibilândia

References in other media

  • In the Disney Channel series Big City Greens episode "Present Tense" (season 2, episode 37) a pluche puppet of Sprig can be seen in a claw machine in an arcade along some other Disney Channel figures from other Disney Animation Shows (like Wander from Wander over Yonder, Perry the Platypus from Phineas and Ferb, Rufus the naked mole-rat from Kim Possible, Bill Cipher from Gravity Falls, Star Butterfly from Star vs. the Forces of Evil and King from The Owl House.
    • This episode from Big City Greens premiered on September 12, 2020, along with the Amphibia episodes "Little Frogtown" and "Hopping Mall".

Production Information

  • Creator Matt Braly tweeted out that development for Amphibia had taken "almost 2 years" before it was picked up in February 2018.[18]
  • The show was originally titled "Amphibiland". This title can still be seen in the history section of the official Sunmin Image Pictures website.
  • Grubhog Day was the very first episode of Amphibia written and boarded in production of the entire series.

Awards and nominations

Award Category Nominee Result Source
2019 Ursa Major Awards Best Dramatic or Short Work Bert Youn
Derek Kirk Kim
48th Annual Annie Awards Best Character Design "The Shut-In!" (Joe Sparrow) Won [19]
2021 NAMIC Vision Awards Animation Amphibia Nominated [20][21]


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See also

External Links


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