Tronji (partially found British children's TV series; 2009-2010)
Tronji is a CGI animated children's TV series and a multiplayer online game aimed at children aged six to eight, it was produced by Ragdoll Productions which aired on CBBC from May 11th, 2009 to October 15th, 2010.
The Show[edit | edit source]
Tronji takes place in the CGI-animated universe of Tronjiworld, where creatures known as Tronjis live happily. However, all of that changed when Tronjiworld was struck by a natural disaster, known simply as "Wobble", which caused immense destruction to Tronjiworld by draining away its colour and happiness and causing all Tronjis to cry, and even separated several parts of it away into an area known as The Gap, which is a space-like void filled with asteroids.
Each episode follows the Great Eek summoning three children from Peopleworld (the Tronji name for Earth) and enlisting their help in reaching the saddest part of the broken pieces of Tronji and repair the damage done using their special skills, whilst the Great Eek and Tronji-O locate Tronji-I in Peopleworld, who usually materializes within an unhappy situation, in which the Great Eek and Tronji-O will use gem power from the children to fix the situation and therefore use Double Happiness to return the broken pieces back together.
Availability[edit | edit source]
30 episodes were made and the BBC listed all episodes on the BBC website but its unavailable to view
in March 2021 "cooldude" uploaded the episode "Tronji Art Gallery" on Dailymotion and "TelevisionVideoAndDVDHallway" reuploaded the episode onto YouTube, it is unknown if "cooldude" have plans to upload more episodes.
Episode List[edit | edit source]
|06||Winter Whoopsy Land||Lost|
|08||Tronji Sorting Office||Lost|
|12||Tronjisaur Golf Course||Lost|
|15||Tiddly-piddly Plop Pond||Lost|
|16||Tronji Art Gallery||Found|
|19||Grassy Hump Bump||Lost|
|20||Freaky Mirror Land||Lost|
|21||Tronji-Bop Talent Studio||Lost|
|22||Sock Tree Nursery||Lost|
|24||Ping-Fruit Petrol Station||Lost|
|26||Rice Cake Puffers||Lost|
|28||The Everlasting Hedge||Lost|
|30||Tronji Boggle Train||Lost|
Reference[edit | edit source]
- CBBC website episode guide for Tronji. Retrieved 24 Mar '21