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  • TV-Y7-FV
  • 2007
  • 4 Seasons
  • 7.4  (15,371)

Chowder is a popular animated television series from Cartoon Network that aired from 2007 to 2010. The show follows a young apprentice chef named Chowder as he learns the ropes of cooking in the magical land of Marzipan City. The main cast includes voice actors Nicky Jones, who voices Chowder, Dwight Schultz, who voices the character Mung Daal, and John DiMaggio, who voices Schnitzel.

The show is set in a world where food is king, and the city is full of amazing dishes that are both delicious and magical. Chowder dreams of becoming a great chef like his mentor, Mung Daal, and spends his days concocting weird and wacky recipes in Mung's kitchen. Mung is a master chef who owns a catering company, and Chowder is his loyal and enthusiastic apprentice.

Throughout the series, Chowder navigates his way through various culinary adventures, always with a sense of humor and an infectious enthusiasm. He encounters a host of wacky and eccentric characters, from the grumpy Schnitzel to the bubbly Gazpacho. Together, they work to create mouthwatering dishes and memorable meals that always have a twist or a surprise.

One of the unique aspects of Chowder is how it blends traditional animation with elements of stop-motion and live-action footage. The show's creators used a variety of different techniques to create a visually stunning world that's both playful and imaginative. The characters are animated in a quirky, cartoony style that perfectly matches the wacky humor of the show.

In addition to the show's unique style, Chowder is known for its music and sound design. The show's soundtrack is composed of catchy songs and playful sound effects that help create a memorable atmosphere. The music ranges from fast-paced rap songs to soulful ballads, all adding to the fun and irreverent tone of the show.

Chowder is also known for its clever writing and witty humor. The show is full of jokes and gags that are both silly and sophisticated, appealing to both kids and adults. The show's dialogue is fast-paced and clever, with each character bringing their own unique brand of humor to the table.

Overall, Chowder is a fun and imaginative animated series that's sure to appeal to anyone who loves food, humor, and adventure. With its quirky characters, imaginative visuals, and clever writing, the show has earned a dedicated following of fans who still love it to this day. Whether you're new to the show or a longtime fan, Chowder is a must-watch for anyone who loves a good laugh and a great meal.

Chowder is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (107 episodes). The series first aired on November 2, 2007.

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Chowder Grows Up
19. Chowder Grows Up
May 3, 2010
Twenty years in the future, Chowder still has refused to grow up. He must accept the responsibility of training his own apprentice or everyone he loves will be unable to move on with their lives.
The Toots
18. The Toots
April 5, 2010
After eating the tootin' fruit, Chowder's butt begins to sing as he farts.
Gazpacho!
17. Gazpacho!
March 18, 2010
Gazpacho's Mom gets kidnapped by ninjas.
Taste Buds
16. Taste Buds
March 11, 2010
Mung's Tongue gets ruined and he decides to use Chowder as his taster.
Weekend at Schnitzel's
15. Weekend at Schnitzel's
March 4, 2010
Chowder spends the weekend at Shnitzel's place only to find out that his home is boring.
Chowder's Magazine
14. Chowder's Magazine
January 28, 2010
Chowder starts his own newspaper.
Old Man Thyme
13. Old Man Thyme
January 21, 2010
Chowder tries to find a way to not grow up.
The Prank
12. The Prank
January 14, 2010
Endive feels guilty after playing a trick on Mung.
The Heist
11. The Heist
January 7, 2010
The gang find a stash of sugar sapphires under Endive's house and try to raid the loot before she discovers what they're doing.
The Birthday Suits
10. The Birthday Suits
December 10, 2009
While on their way to Mr. Fugu's costume party, the gang's costumes shrink.
A Little Bit of Pizzazz!
9. A Little Bit of Pizzazz!
December 3, 2009
A baking accident causes Mung Daal, Truffles, Chowder and Shnitzel to switch bodies.
The Apprentice Scouts
8. The Apprentice Scouts
November 19, 2009
Chowder, Gorgonzola, Panini, and Ceviche are scouts who learn various skills for accomplishing different tasks, and are given badges by troop leader, Gazpacho. Today, a simple task becomes a complicated one as the four apprentices will have to learn how to fold napkins...the hard way!
The Belgian Waffle Slobber-Barker
7. The Belgian Waffle Slobber-Barker
November 12, 2009
Mung Daal creates a guard dog out of food to protect the catering company, but Chowder adds a crazy fruit that makes it incredibly dangerous.
Blast Raz
6. Blast Raz
November 5, 2009
Gazpacho tells a story about Chowder having to deliver an order to a scary house.
Poultry Geist
5. Poultry Geist
October 29, 2009
A chicken ghost takes over Chowder's body, causing problems for the gang.
The Spookiest House in Marzipan
4. The Spookiest House in Marzipan
October 22, 2009
Gazpacho tells a story about Chowder having to deliver an order to a scary house.
Hands on a Big Mixer
3. Hands on a Big Mixer
October 15, 2009
Mung, Chowder and Shnitzel agree to help Gazpacho deliver a fruit to Mr. Fugu. The fruit turns out to be a highly explosive Blast Raz.
Tofu Town Showdown
2. Tofu Town Showdown
October 8, 2009
When Chowder and Schnitzel make a delivery to the Asian section of Marzipan City, Schnitzel is confronted by his mysterious past and his greatest shame. Chowder must help Schnitzel rectify this problem in order to reclaim Schnitzel's honor.
A Faire to Remember
1. A Faire to Remember
September 24, 2009
Panini becomes extremely jealous when a new girl befriends Chowder.
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Where to Watch Chowder
Chowder is available for streaming on the Cartoon Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Chowder on demand at Max, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    November 2, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    7.4  (15,371)