Atomic Betty

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  • TV-Y7
  • 2004
  • 3 Seasons
  • 5.5  (2,129)

Atomic Betty was an action-packed animated television series that aired on The Hub from 2004 to 2010. The show featured the titular character Betty, voiced by Tajja Isen, who was a typical teenage girl in appearance but also a Galactic Guardian, tasked with protecting the galaxy from evil forces. Accompanied by her best friends, Noah (voiced by Colin Fox) and Sparky (voiced by Bruce Hunter), Betty would go on intergalactic adventures and battle various villains.

One of the show's most notable aspects was the high-quality animation, which was often praised by critics and audiences alike. The characters were well-designed and expressive, and the action sequences were fluid and exciting to watch.

The show was set in the distant future, where humanity had explored far and wide into the cosmos. Betty, along with her team of Galactic Guardians, worked to maintain peace across the universe. In order to do so, they had to constantly battle against various villainous forces, including the evil Maximus I.Q. (voiced by Len Carlson) and his minion, the pompous and bumbling minion, Minimus P.U. (voiced by Rick Miller).

Betty was a skilled fighter and had numerous gadgets at her disposal, including a wristwatch that could transform into various weapons and tools. She was also known for her quick wit and resourcefulness, often using her intelligence to outsmart her enemies.

Atomic Betty also had a strong supporting cast, with Catherine Disher giving a memorable performance as Betty's mother, the former Galactic Guardian, Admiral DeGill. Peter Oldring played the role of Chaz Lang, Betty's love interest, and Dwayne Hill voiced the tough-talking former gang member, X-5.

The show's storylines were always packed with action and adventure, as Betty and her team fought against various villains while exploring new planets and meeting strange new species. Each episode featured a new challenge for the heroes to overcome, with the stakes often being incredibly high.

Throughout its run, Atomic Betty was praised for its positive messages and themes, with many episodes focusing on friendship, teamwork, and perseverance. The show was also notable for its diverse cast of characters, which included heroes and villains of various races and species.

One of the most iconic aspects of Atomic Betty was its theme song, performed by the legendary William Shatner. The song was catchy and upbeat, perfectly capturing the show's adventurous spirit.

In conclusion, Atomic Betty was a fantastic animated series that offered viewers thrilling action, memorable characters, and positive messages. It remains a beloved show to this day and is fondly remembered by fans of all ages.

Atomic Betty is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (96 episodes). The series first aired on September 17, 2004.

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Where to Watch Atomic Betty
Atomic Betty is available for streaming on the The Hub website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Atomic Betty on demand at Amazon Prime and Pluto TV.
  • Premiere Date
    September 17, 2004
  • IMDB Rating
    5.5  (2,129)