Astroblast! (found Sprout animated series based on book series; 2014-2015)

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The show's logo.

Status: Found

Date found: 20 May 2021

Found by: Various users

Astroblast! Is an American animated television series that originally aired on the Sprout Channel starting on July 12th, 2014, and later airing on NBC Kids starting on October 4th, 2014, co-produced by Scholastic Media and Soup2Nuts and created by author and illustrator Bob Kolar, based off a book series of the same name, with 2 Seasons and 52 Episodes created and aired between 2014-2015.

Premise[edit | edit source]

Astroblast! is about a group of 6 Animal Friends "Comet, Halley, Sputnik, Radar, Jet and Sal" that live in outer space at the Astroblast Space Station that houses a smoothie cafe called The Frosty Star; in each episode, they learn the values of friendship and team leadership, and when something goes wrong they also learn that it’s okay to ask for help or forgiveness, along with clever storylines, relatable characters, humor and more.

History[edit | edit source]

In October 2013, it was announced that Sprout and Scholastic were teaming up to create another original series for the network called Astroblast! and was slated for a release in Summer 2014,[1] And this was the final show that Soup2Nuts created before going out of business later in 2015.[2]

Availability[edit | edit source]

While there is no Home Media Release, or Digital Release on a major streaming platform, as of May 20th, 2021 all of the episodes are available to watch online. But when it was originally airing, episodes were available on Youtube TV,[3] Sprout Now,[4] Google Play[5] and might have been on Hulu at one point, but as of May 20th, 2021 they are no longer available on any of these platforms.

Syfy Airings[edit | edit source]

On July 13th, 2014, One day after premiering on the Sprout Channel, Six Episodes of Astroblast! aired on one of NBCUniversal's Sister Networks called SYFY between 9am-10:30am,[6] but the airings are currently lost, and 8 Commercials were made as mini In-Between Segments with Carly & Chica from The Sunny Side Up Show, although only 3 of them are currently available online

Commercials[edit | edit source]

Sprout Syfy Takeover (1).
Sprout Syfy Takeover (2).
Sprout Syfy Takeover (3).

Episode List[edit | edit source]

Season 1
Episode Segment A Status Segment B Status
1 Spic 'n Span Found Smoothie Operator Found
2 Take Off! Found Oh, Brother... Found
3 Bend it Like Radar Found Lost and Found Found
4 I'll Save You! Found Growin' Crazy Found
5 Twice the Talent Found Buliding the Perfect Present Found
6 Glippi's Visit Found Don't Touch! Found
7 Are You My Piffin? Found Halley's Wannabe Found
8 Sputnik the Spoiler Found Don't Fear the Surfboard Found
9 Billy Starrider Found Sore Loser Found
10 Halley Goes Solo Found Z-Max Mania Found
11 What a Mess! Found Beck and Call Found
12 Sputnik Takes Charge Found Clean Machine Found
13 Comet's Gift Found A Star Is Born Found
Season 2
Episode Segment A Status Segment B Status
1 A Bird in the Hand Found How Do You Get to Carnegie Nebula? Found
2 Who Let the Stuffie Out? Found Lights Out Found
3 Shape Up! Found Surfin' Space Safari Found
4 I Love a Parade... Sometimes Found Radar Sleeps Over Found
5 Stop Booging Me! Found Just Peachy Found
6 Hole in One Found Treasure Hunt Found
7 Something Borrowed, Someone Blue Found Be Mine Found
8 GamGam Knows Best Found Three's a Crowd Found
9 Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Alligator? Found Sing Along to the Bouncing Monkey Found
10 I Feel Fine! Found Shoes Blues Found
11 Radar for a Day Found A Gift From Halley Found
12 Best Guests Found Puzzle Hunt Found
13 Bop 'til You Drop Found Kapowsers! Found

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Videos[edit | edit source]

Storyboard animatics #1.
Storyboard animatics #2.
Storyboard animatics #3.
Storyboard animatics #4.
Storyboard animatics #5.
Storyboard animatics #6.

Clips[edit | edit source]

Sneak peek reel.
Clip of earlier animation style "Pilot?".
Theme Song for Eariler Animation Style "Pilot?".

External Links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]