Inuk (found Canadian computer-animated children's TV series; 2001)

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An image from the series.

Status: Found

Date found: 22 Apr 2022

Found by: APTN lumi

Inuk was a computer-animated Canadian children's series that aired in 2001.


The animated series created by Filmoption International tells the adventures of a seven-year-old Inuit boy named Inuk (Eleanor Noble) who lives in the Arctic with his family. One day he finds a magical amulet that allows him to talk with animals (like a sled dog named Kimik). Along with his family and new-found friends, Inuk sets off on a journey to find his place in the world.


Inuk was shown on the CBC network from late 2001 to late 2003. The French dub was broadcasted on Télé-Québec. Episodes were released on DVD in both French and English around the mid to late 2000's, including the now found DVD Inuk and his Animal Friends. As of 2017, only a rerun has been broadcasted on NITV.

As of June 2018, only two full episodes have been found (those being The Little Shaman and Trapped), as well as the French opening, a music video, and the DVD menus from Inuk: Treasure from the Sea.

On December 25th, 2019, YouTuber Cluster D uploaded all of the content in full from the 2007 DVD of Inuk and his Animal Friends in the French dub.

On April 22nd, 2022, the full series was added to be streamed as part of the Canadian streaming service, APTN lumi, in their streaming catalog behind a paywall, marking the full show found.



A music video from Inuk.

Part 1 to The Little Shaman (external recording).

Part 2 to The Little Shaman (external recording).

Part 1 to Trapped (external recording).

Part 2 to Trapped(external recording).

The French credits from the DVD.

French intro to Inuk.


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