All New! The Sweet Treets is a British-Jetanie animated television series, and fourth which is based on The Sweet Treets franchise. Like Storytime with the Treets, the BBC returned to co-producing the series with Colourbox.


Taking place about a year or so after the events of The New Adventures of The Sweet Treets, Louise Lockridge is slightly older, and is starting to learn more about life, which has made The Treets realise they are not as useful as they used to be. Louise’s main point of interest right now, however, is the media, and is eager to get her name famous. Little does Louise know, unfortunately, that she is not the only person with this goal, as many other people, King Rojo included, are hoping to hog all the attention for themselves as well!

Compared to TNAOTST, All New! The Sweet Treets is much lighter and humourous. The media also plays a very prominent role in this show, compared to the fantasy approach the former went with. Since most episodes take place during the summer, the human characters have new outfits, though they retain their TNAOTST outfits in some episodes (such as Christmas specials).

Hugh Halls is much more prominent in this show compared to TNAOTST and has bigger roles in episodes now. Ironically, the Treets are not very relevant in this show minus Pinky, with more focus going towards Louise and her friends, as well as new characters such as Oink. Although Anthem Rivers is still a recurring character, she has been mostly been reduced to a minor nuisance to the others, and plays the role as a Norminal Hero more often than an antagonist. Although King Rojo has retained his cartoony overhaul from TNAOTST, he is more antagonistic than in said show.


Asterisks (*) indicate new characters.

Main characters

Supporting characters

Recurring characters



Main article: List of All New! The Sweet Treets episodes

International broadcast


United Kingdom

  • CBBC (2002-2007, 2009-2010)


  • ATS Kids (2002-2011)


  • MBC3 (2003-2011)
  • Boing (2015-present)


  • BBT Kids (2014-present)


  • TV Rá-Tim-Bum (2004-2011)
  • Tooncast (2008-2011, 2015-present)


  • Teletoon (2002-2012)
  • Nickelodeon (2016-present)

Central and Eastern Europe

  • JimJam (2006-2011)
  • KidsCo (2007-2013)

El Kadsre

  • ETVKK (2002-2011)
  • SBS TV (2018-present)


  • Télétoon (2003-2011)
  • Boing (2010-present)


  • KI.KA (2002-2012)


  • K2 (2003-2010)
  • Boing (2013-present)



The dub was titled ¡Para Estrenar! Los Dulces Golosinas, and the dub was produced by Audiomaster 3000 (early series) and AF & Associates The Dubbing House (later series) in Mexico City, Mexico.

  • Canal 5 (2002-2011)

Middle East

The dub was titled "المحبوبون مرة أخرى" and was produced by Venus Company in Syria.

  • Spacetoon (2005-present)


  • Z@ppelin (2002-2012)

New Zealand

  • Kidzone (2007-2013, 2015-2016)


  • ABS-CBN (2002-2012)
  • Studio 23 (2012-2014)
  • ABS-CBN Sports and Action (2014-present)
  • Yey! (2015-present)
  • KulitNation (2018-present)


  • Bibigon (2007-2010)


  • Clan (2006-2011)
  • Boing (2013-present)

United El Kadsreian Nations

  • Jetix Play (2007-2008)
  • Discovery Family (2018-present)


  • 1+1 (2003-2013)
  • PLUSPLUS (2015-present)



  • This is the first entry in The Sweet Treets franchise to use digital ink.
  • As of March 2018, this show and Sagwa on the Go! are the only children's shows airing on ABS-CBN Sports and Action.

See also