Let's Go Luna! Wiki

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Let's Go Luna! Wiki

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Let's Go Luna! is an animated educational television series created by Emmy Award-winning animator Joe Murray (creator of Rocko's Modern Life, Camp Lazlo, and Frog in a Suit), produced by Eric Haddad, and co-produced by 9 Story Media Group's Brown Bag Films for PBS Kids. Judy Greer provides the voice of the titular Luna. There are two seasons. Season 1 has 38 episodes and Season 2 has 26. It was confirmed in October 2021 that the series will end in 2022.


Let's Go Luna!, set in a world populated by anthropomorphic animals, focuses on three friends - Leo, a wombat from Australia, Carmen, a butterfly from Mexico, and Andy, a frog from an unknown city in the United States, who travel around the world with their parents' traveling performance troupe "Circo Fabuloso". Along with their stops, Luna the Moon (who is depicted to be about 5 feet tall, has arms, legs, a face, and wears a straw hat and red boots) occasionally comes down to Earth to teach them about local languages, music, food, and other customs.

Two half-hours, consisting of two segments each and four in total, takes place at a single country where the gang stop at, learn about, and meet new friends around the world. With a team of cultural anthropologists on board, Let's Go Luna! is “meticulously researched to ensure cities and regions are authentically and respectfully portrayed”.


Main article: List of Let's Go Luna! episodes.



Unlike the other shows on PBS, this show doesn't really have that much funding credits to its name. Its only funders, as mentioned in the credits, are Viewers Like You. However, the show's website mentions that it is funded by Target and its blog says its funded by Homer.

The show later began to recieve funding by McCormick.


International Broadcast

The show started airing in Canada on May 4, 2019 on TVOKids and Knowledge: Kids on July 1, 2019.

In Spain, it airs on Canal Panda, in Latin America, it airs on Nat Geo Kids.

In the half-hour broadcast of Let's Go Luna on TVOKids, the short segment that occurs between the 2 11-minute story segments of the show is kept in the broadcast instead of removed like in the original PBS broadcast.

It is unknown when will this show will air in the UK, Ireland, Portugal, Australia, and New Zealand or if it will.

Production Information

The show was originally titled "Luna Around The World". The show is storyboard-driven, a rarity in preschool animation. That means the storyboards are drawn first and then the dialogue. The show's art-style is inspired by vintage travel posters, cartoons made by UPA (United Productions of America), and Joe Murray's own style.[1]