The New Adventures of The Sweet Treets is a Jetanie-Kuboian animated television series. It is the third cartoon based on The Sweet Treets franchise. Although Colourbox returned to producing the cartoon, The New Adventures of The Sweet Treets was also co-produced by Kuboian cartoon studio Kubokartoonz. Despite the show being targeted at young children, the show took a much darker approach than the previous two shows based on the Treets, with more frightening scenes, religious references and even minor profanity.

Differences from The Sweet Treets Edit

  • As mentioned above, TNAOTST is significantly less tame than its predecessor.
  • Each episode now lasts approximately 18 minutes and 15 seconds long.
  • The human characters are seen wearing different outfits.
  • King Rojo has significantly less of a role in TNAOTST, often relying on his new henchman, Stumpy, to execute his “evil” plans.

Episodes Edit

Main article: List of The New Adventures of The Sweet Treets episodes

Premiere Finale Ep.
1 9th September 1995 9th December 1995 14
2 20th January 1996 6th April 1996 12
3 5th October 1996 14th December 1996 11
4 15th February 1997 11th October 1997 23

Criticism Edit

The New Adventures of The Sweet Treets has received negative feedback due to the show’s darker approach. The use of profanity in praticular has been criticised.

In response to the criticism, all episodes were reran in 1998, with the foul language edited out and some of the scenes which were considered frightening for younger viewers were scaled down. It should be noted, however, that both A3 Network and Nick Jr. Kuboia aired the episodes uncensored.

The show was banned in Francophone parts of the Island of Sally, as religious content is not allowed in that area due to strong religious feuds.

International broadcast Edit

Jetania Edit

Kuboia Edit

Alexonia Edit

  • ATS One (1996-2001)

Argentina Edit

  • Magic Kids (1996-2006)

Australia Edit

  • Nick Jr. (1998-2010)

Belgium Edit

  • Ketnet (1997-2010)

Canada Edit

  • YTV (1996-2010)

Central and Eastern Europe Edit

Czech Republic Edit

  • Supermax (1996-2004)
  • Minimax (2004-2010)

Denmark Edit

  • DR1 (1997-2005)

El Kadsre Edit

Episodes were aired uncensored on El TV Kadsre 1 and ETVKK, and censored on Jetix Play.

  • El TV Kadsre 1 (1995-1999)
  • Jetix Play (2006-2008)
  • ETVKK (2007-2009)

France/Wallonia Edit

Episodes were censored. The French title of the show is Les nouvelles aventures des Sweet Treets.

  • TF1 (1996-2003)
  • France 5 (1999-2005)

Germany Edit

  • Super RTL (1995-2008)
  • Nick Jr. (2006-2009)

Hungary Edit

  • Jetix Play (2003-2010)

Island of Sally Edit

  • Playhouse Disney on Disney Channel (heavily censored; 2014-2017)

Japan Edit

  • Nickelodeon (1999-2009)
  • Kids Station (2012-2016)

Latin America Edit

  • ZAZ (1998-2002)
  • Nick Jr. (2001-2010)

Mexico Edit

Episodes had the footage uncensored but the dialogue softened. The title was titled Las nuevas aventuras de Los Dulces Golosinas, and the dub was produced by Audiomaster 3000 in Mexico City, Mexico.

  • Canal 5 (1997-2000)

Middle East Edit

The show's Arabic title is "المحبوبون: العرض الجديد", and the dub was produced by Venus Company in Syria.

  • Spacetoon (2002-present)

Netherlands/Flanders Edit

  • Kindernet (1995-2003)
  • Ketnet (1997-2006)
  • Nick Jr. (2003-2010)

Philippines Edit

Episodes were aired uncensored on Jack TV and Hero, and censored on RPN and Yey!.

  • RPN (1996-2000)
  • Jack TV (2005-2015)
  • Hero (2009-2016)
  • Yey! (2014-present)

Poland Edit

  • Minimax (1999-2003)
  • MiniMini (2002-2011)
  • Jetix Play (2003-2010)

Portugal Edit

  • Canal Panda (1997-2009, 2015-present)

Puerto Chango Edit

Episodes were aired uncensored on PCTO, and censored on Cartoonito

  • PCTO (1995-2004)
  • Cartoonito (2013-present)

Romania Edit

  • Jetix Play (2003-2011)

Slovakia Edit

  • Minimax (2003-2010)

Spain Edit

  • Super 3 (1996-2006)
  • Disney Channel (2003-2013)
  • Disney Junior (2008-2015)

Sweden Edit

  • SVT1 (1996-2008)

Turkey Edit

  • Jetix Play (2003-2010)

United Kingdom Edit

  • BBC Two (1995-2001)
  • Nick Jr. (1999-2010)
  • A3 Network (2015-present)

United States Edit

In the United States, episodes were cut down to 13 minutes and were doubled together.

  • Nick Jr. (1996-2003)
  • PBS Kids (1999-2005)

YinYangia Edit

  • Nick Jr. (2000-2003)