Godzilla: The Series

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  • TV-Y7
  • 1998
  • 2 Seasons
  • 6.8  (2,494)

The animated TV show, Godzilla: The Series, was inspired by the Godzilla movie that appeared in 1998 with Matthew Broderick. In the show, mankind is up against a new generation of giant monsters. In the movie, Godzilla is taken down by biologist Nick Tatopooulos and French spy Phillipe Roache. They also believed that they had destroyed all the new Godzlla hatchlings. One of the hatchlings had managed to find a way out into the subway tunnels. During a clean up sweep of the subway tunnels, Nick finds the hatchling and the hatchling imprints on Nick. Nick essentially becomes its father. With his new "son," Nick sets up team to investigate unfamiliar monsters throughout the world. Ian Zierring is the voice of Nick and is most well-known for being on the original Beverly Hills 90210. Tom Kenny was the voice of N.I.G, E.L., an intelligent computer on the show. Kenny is most famous for being the voice of SpongeBob. This show appeared on the air from 1998 to 2000.

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Tourist Trap
19. Tourist Trap
June 15, 2001
Off the New Jersey coast, the HEAT team meets Milo Sanders, a slimy opportunist who runs a cheesy monster tour ship called Manhattan Monster Line, and encounter a giant mutated frogfish with enormous shark-like jaws.
The Ballad of Gens du Marais
18. The Ballad of Gens du Marais
April 29, 2014
Covering Mardi Gras, Audrey and Animal interview Paul Dimanche, whose family is one of the oldest and wealthiest in the French Quarter. When Audrey discovers monster-like attacks in the city, she calls Nick and the HEAT team to investigate.
Vision
17. Vision
March 18, 2000
In San Francisco, a giant, long-beaked hummingbird suddenly appears and attacks planes. HEAT discovers that this species feeds off smog-like emissions and can cloak itself by using its incredibly fast wing speed.
Ring of Fire
16. Ring of Fire
April 22, 2000
A fire erupts on an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico, from which the "Creature of Living Flame" emerges. The HEAT team and Godzilla battle this mighty foe, but the monster only gets bigger and more powerful with each of Godzilla's fiery blasts.
Underground Movement
15. Underground Movement
April 1, 2000
The HEAT team splits up to investigate strange mutant parasites in Florida and a giant mutant fungus with sucking tentacles in Michigan. Eventually reuniting in Michigan, the entire group must pull together with Godzilla's help to destroy the fungus.
Lizard Season
14. Lizard Season
March 11, 2000
Three hunters -- Dale, Hank and Bill -- are released from jail on bail paid by Cameron Winter, who outfits the men with experimental tanks. In their quest to conquer Godzilla, they destroy everything in their path.
Where Is Thy Sting?
13. Where Is Thy Sting?
February 26, 2000
The HEAT team and Hicks discover that Col. Charles Tarrington has been conducting government-funded experiments to use genetic mutations as a weapon. When these mutations become out of control, Godzilla and the military wage a battle.
Shafted
12. Shafted
February 19, 2000
To drum up funding, the HEAT team travels to Wyoming, where they come across a two-headed, 75-foot, regenerating dragon-like monster.
The Twister
11. The Twister
February 12, 2000
Nick and the H.E.A.T-Team want to rest for one long day on the beach. However, it is soon through when the silence is broken: The team is surprised by a strange tornado. The tornado differs completely from all others observed storms so far. The H.E.A.T. team sets out to solve this mystery.
Area 51
10. Area 51
February 5, 2000
The HEAT team travels to Nevada's Area 51 to investigate a strange, huge eyeball. They meet the station's military spokeswoman and chief scientist, along with Thorny Devil, a 200-foot lizard-like creature with razor-sharp spikes on its back and head.
Metamorphosis
9. Metamorphosis
January 29, 2000
In Iowa, the HEAT team confronts a gigantic centipede with barbed legs, stinging spurs and the capability to spray a blinding foam. However, the creature soon thereafter transforms into another mutant insect.
Wedding Bells Blew
8. Wedding Bells Blew
January 22, 2000
Elsie is frazzled because her family (unaware of what type of assignment she is working on) is in town for her sister's wedding. When a distress call comes from the local aquarium, the HEAT team finds a gigantic, vulture-like bird of prey.
What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been
7. What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been
January 15, 2000
The HEAT team watches as Godzilla is critically hurt while fighting the Bactillus, an enormous, spongy-green, mucus-covered monster. Nick and Monique must go inside Godzilla to eradicate the bacteria and concoct an antibiotic to weaken the Bacillus.
End of the Line
6. End of the Line
December 18, 1999
While on a vacation cruise, Nick and Audrey's ship is attacked by a giant reptilian creature, and the two are washed ashore on a deserted island.
Freakshow
5. Freakshow
December 11, 1999
Theodore P. Bunkum and his Weird World of Wonders Show has placed a million-dollar bounty on Godzilla's head. To track down Godzilla, Bunkum unleashes his star attraction, Medusa -- a 50-foot amphibious anemone with toxic tentacles.
Protector
4. Protector
October 9, 1999
In the Middle East, a team of archaeological specialists are refurbishing an ancient, 15-foot-tall iron statue of a sphinx. Without warning, the statue crumbles and a real, iron-skinned predatory feline emerges.
S.C.A.L.E.
3. S.C.A.L.E.
October 2, 1999
While battling a mosquito-like insect, Godzilla is interrupted by the fanatical group Fist of Godzilla and its beautiful leader, Alexandra Hamilton. The HEAT squad agrees to accompany Hicks to Monster Island, a government area for captive mutations.
Cash of the Titans
2. Cash of the Titans
September 25, 1999
Grand showman Maximillian Spiel kidnaps Godzilla and uses him as a gladiator to stage huge battles with other mutations in a giant stadium on his private island, for the entertainment of wealthy ticket holders.
Future Shock
1. Future Shock
September 18, 1999
The HEAT team is engulfed in a bizarre, tunnel-like storm. Once it is over, they discover they have traveled 35 years into the future, and that New York City is a wasteland overrun by gigantic dragon-like mutations.
Description

The animated TV show, Godzilla: The Series, was inspired by the Godzilla movie that appeared in 1998 with Matthew Broderick. In the show, mankind is up against a new generation of giant monsters. In the movie, Godzilla is taken down by biologist Nick Tatopooulos and French spy Phillipe Roache. They also believed that they had destroyed all the new Godzlla hatchlings. One of the hatchlings had managed to find a way out into the subway tunnels. During a clean up sweep of the subway tunnels, Nick finds the hatchling and the hatchling imprints on Nick. Nick essentially becomes its father.

With his new "son," Nick sets up team to investigate unfamiliar monsters throughout the world. Ian Zierring is the voice of Nick and is most well-known for being on the original Beverly Hills 90210. Tom Kenny was the voice of N.I.G, E.L., an intelligent computer on the show. Kenny is most famous for being the voice of SpongeBob.

This show appeared on the air from 1998 to 2000.

Godzilla: The Series is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (40 episodes). The series first aired on September 12, 1998.

Where to Watch Godzilla: The Series

Godzilla: The Series is available for streaming on the FOX website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Godzilla: The Series on demand at Netflix.

  • Premiere Date
    September 12, 1998
  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (2,494)