Season 1 is the first season of the PBS series, Let's Go Luna!. It premiered on November 21, 2018.
Luna the moon guides three friends -- a wombat, a butterfly and a frog -- as they visit new places around the world with their parents' traveling performance troupe.
- Luna the Moon (voiced by Judy Greer; singing voices by Erin Fitzgerald and Liane de Lotbinière), a moon who guides Leo, Andy and Carmen on their trips during the daytime. Luna knows every person in the world and spends every night in the sky. She is capable of using magic, but prefers to keep it secret when in public. She suffers an unusual weakness: happy music makes her dance uncontrollably, which can often devolve into chaos for those around her. Her catchphrase is, "...but remember, there's always tomorrow."
- Andy Hopper (voiced by Jaiden Cannatelli in episodes 1-27 and Evan O'Donnell in episodes 29-present), a frog from the United States who loves art. He is very enthusiastic about everything he hears.
- Leo Chockers (voiced by Aidan Wojtak-Hissong in episodes 1-8 and Shayle Simons in episodes 9-present), a wombat from Sydney, Australia who loves food and is learning to become a cook like his father. He is shown to be very fearful of new things and sometimes panics when worried.
- Carmen Mariposa (voiced by Saara Chaudry), a butterfly from Mexico City, Mexico who loves music. She plays a Spanish guitar handed down from her deceased grandmother.
- Magic Globe (voiced by Miku Graham), a miniature globe of the world that lives in Carmen's pocket. Whenever the Circo goes somewhere new, she emerges from Carmen's pocket, grows to full size and tells the kids where they are as well as sharing a fact about the place they are, such as a greeting or other useful trivia.
- Honey (voiced by Zoe Hatz), Carmen's mischievous yellow pet hamster. She often escapes from her cage but it is only because she is curious and wishes to be included.
- Señor Moncarlo Fabuloso (voiced by Paul Braunstein), a flamingo from Barcelona, Spain and the ringmaster of Circo Fabuloso.
- Mr. Hockbar (voiced by David Berni), a lizard from Tehran, Iran who does all the odd jobs, such as making deliveries and doing the laundry, as well as handling the scheduling for the Circo. He has a tendency to go into overdrive when a lot of things need doing, which can create stress for others around him.
- Maria Mariposa (voiced by Tamara Almeida), Carmen's single mother and conductor of the Circo Fabuloso Band.
- Wolfgang Chockers (voiced by Paul Braunstein), Leo’s father and the Circo's resident chef who also enjoys telling jokes.
- Pippa Chockers, Leo’s mother and the Circo's carpenter.
- Mathilda Chockers, Leo's baby sister.
- Luccie Hopper (voiced by Carolyn Scott), Andy’s mother and the Circo's costume designer.
- Sam Hopper (voiced by Dan Chameroy), Andy’s father and the Circo's prop-maker.
- Bon Jour and Au Revoir (voiced by Peter Cugno), twin brothers from Nice, France who work as clowns. Bon Jour's mask is purple and Au Revoir's mask is green.
- Ingrid Svenson-Benson (voiced by Birgitte Solem), a centipede from Sweden who serves as the Circo’s contortionist. Her first appearance as a new member of Circo Fabuloso on Luna's Christmas Around the World.
- Salami Strong (voiced by Paul Braunstein), a hippopotamus from Italy who serves as the Circo’s strongman.
- Pablo (voiced by Cory Doran), an armadillo from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, who performs as the Circo's daredevil with the Melvinis, a group of six living bowling pins.
- Acronauts, a trio of Greek skeptical bears who serve as acrobats.
- The Fearless Shrews (voiced by David Berni), a trio of Peruvian arctic shrews who perform as trapeze artists.
- Chindra, a Thai sparrow who is famous for rolling on a pelican.
- Mr. Wrinkles, Leo's pet tortoise and he seems old and has an odd habit of eating flowers.
- Santi Salamander, a Spanish salamander who is famous for his balancing acts.
Main article: List of Let's Go Luna! (Episode USA)
Main article: List of Let's Go Luna! Destinations
|1||Mexico City, Mexico||November 21 & 26 (2018)|
|2||Moscow, Russia||November 22 & 27 (2018)|
|3||Cairo, Egypt||November 28 & 29 (2018)|
|4||Beijing, China||December 3 & 4 (2018)|
|5||London, England||December 11 & 13 (2018)|
|6||Delhi, India||March 4 & 5 (2019)|
|7||Sydney, Australia||March 6 & 7 (2019)|
|8||Tokyo, Japan||May 27 & 28 (2019)|
|9||Istanbul, Turkey||July 22 & 23 (2019)|
|10||Paris, France||August 12 & 13 (2019)|
|11||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||November 4 & 5 (2019)|
|12||Munich, Germany||November 6 & 7 (2019)|
|13||Nairobi, Kenya||February 3 & May 20 (2020)|
|14||Juneau, Alaska||February 4 & May 18 (2020)|
|15||Barcelona, Spain||February 5 & May 19 (2020)|
|16||New Orleans, Louisiana||February 6 & May 22 (2020)|
|17||Cusco, Peru||February 7 & May 21 (2020)|
|18||Bangkok, Thailand||August 10 & 11 (2020)|
|19||Rome, Italy||August 12 & 13 (2020)|