Jackie Chan Adventures

Jackie Chan Adventures

  • TV-Y7
  • 2000
  • 5 Seasons
  • 7.4  (17,771)

Jackie Chan Adventures is an animated family series which contains fantasy and martial arts elements. It tells the fictional story of real life martial arts action star, Jackie Chan, who is in search of twelve mystical talismans. Jackie Chan's character is supported by family members and friends as well as a group called Section 13. The talismans which they are in pursuit of, bestow powers upon the holder, dependent upon the animal it represents. Evil is drawn to these talismans as well, and Jackie Chan and his friends must protect the mystical talismans from falling into the wrong hands. Jackie Chan Adventures aired in the United States on September 9th, 2000. Its final episode ran on July 7th, 2005. The show had a total of 95 episodes and 5 seasons. It was created by John Rogers and its designs mainly conceived of by Jeff Matsuda. The cast included Jackie Chan who played himself, Stacy Chan, Sab Shimono, Clancy Brown and Adam Baldwin to name a few. The television series originally aired on Kids' WB! and was produced through Adelaid Productions, Columbia TriStar Television and Sony Pictures Television. Throughout the series there had been a few references made to Jackie Chan's actual career. One reference made in the show pointed out that Uncle had apparently been a part of the stage group, Seven Little Fortunes, a group that Jackie Chan had, in fact, been a part of in real life. Alongside this reference there were a few episode titles based on films such as; The Rumble in the Big House and Armor of the Gods. These titles were references to Chan's movies, Rumble in the Bronx and Armour of God. All of Jackie's beige and khaki clothes are also similar to the real Jackie's clothes in the film Armour of God. Cartoon Network also aired Jackie Chan Adventures during its run and Disney XD picked up reruns until 2010. Multiple stations air the show in various translations including Arabic and Tamil. The series even spawned a few books, comic books and a video game.

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The Powers That Be, Part 2
13. The Powers That Be, Part 2
June 25, 2005
Jackie calls on his friends to help him stop Drago from terrorizing San Francisco. Strikemaster Ice destroys Section 13 as Jade escapes with the talismans. Drago fights his own father, Shendu.
The Powers That Be, Part 1
12. The Powers That Be, Part 1
June 25, 2005
Drago takes hostages, including Jackie, and demands the Chi powers be turned over to him. When Tohru's potion fails to work, Drago leaves the hostages for dead and sets out on a path of destruction.
J2: Revisited
11. J2: Revisited
June 8, 2005
Jackie locates one half of the Arcanum of Chi after it's been stolen by a mystery thief. Jade travels through time to meet her future self, and together they recover both halves of the Arcanum.
Weight and See
10. Weight and See
June 18, 2005
Tohru accidentally ingests the Mountain Demon Chi from an ancient pair of chopsticks and becomes a monster. Tohur gets in a battle that strips Drago of the Fire Demon Chi powers.
Stealing Thunder
9. Stealing Thunder
June 18, 2005
Drago heads to Seattle to use his Thunder Chi powers to build his secret lair. Team Jackie finds the hideout in the Space Needle, where Jade battles Strikemaster Ice and Drago loses the Thunder Chi.
Clash of the Titanics
8. Clash of the Titanics
June 11, 2005
Jackie searches a shipwreck for the Immortal Castanets, relics that hold the evil Thunder Chi. Team Jackie uses mini-subs and scuba gear, but they can't stop Drago from getting the Thunder Chi Power.
Antler Action
7. Antler Action
June 11, 2005
An earthquake damages the Chi Containment unit, and Jade's friend Larry unwittingly absorbs the Chi. While "Spectacu-Larry" tries out his superpowers, Jackie must get to him before Drago does.
Mirror, Mirror
6. Mirror, Mirror
June 4, 2005
On a trip to save his boyhood village in China, Uncle, Jackie, Jade and Tohru are possessed by evil mirror spirits that transform them into the things they fear worst about themselves.
The Demon Beneath My Wings
5. The Demon Beneath My Wings
June 4, 2005
On a field trip to a haunted mansion, Jade's teacher Ms. Hardman absorbs the Sky Demon Chi, enabling her to fly. When Drago arrives, strange spirit forces awake within the house.
Dragon Scouts
4. Dragon Scouts
October 16, 2004
After joining the Dragon Scouts, Jade is increasingly suspicious of her fellow scouts -- Frank, Charley and Rocko -- who also happen to be the Enforcers' nephews. Jackie deals with grown up Enforcers.
Black and White and Chi All Over
3. Black and White and Chi All Over
September 25, 2004
Earth Demon Chi unexpectedly appears in San Diego, and a panda at the zoo absorbs Moon Demon Chi. After a chase, Chi-powered Drago ends up battling a Chi-powered Jackie!
It's All in the Game
2. It's All in the Game
September 18, 2004
Jackie finds the relic of the Water Demon's chi on a game show as one of the prizes. They must face off against the Dusseldorf family to win the relic.
Relics of Demons Past
1. Relics of Demons Past
September 11, 2004
Drago escapes from Section 13 to absorb demon chi. He finds Finn, Ratso and Chow and transforms them into human/dragon hybrids. Unknown to everyone, Jade accidently absorbs the chi of the Wind Dragon.
Description

Jackie Chan Adventures is an animated family series which contains fantasy and martial arts elements. It tells the fictional story of real life martial arts action star, Jackie Chan, who is in search of twelve mystical talismans. Jackie Chan's character is supported by family members and friends as well as a group called Section 13. The talismans which they are in pursuit of, bestow powers upon the holder, dependent upon the animal it represents. Evil is drawn to these talismans as well, and Jackie Chan and his friends must protect the mystical talismans from falling into the wrong hands.

Jackie Chan Adventures aired in the United States on September 9th, 2000. Its final episode ran on July 7th, 2005. The show had a total of 95 episodes and 5 seasons. It was created by John Rogers and its designs mainly conceived of by Jeff Matsuda. The cast included Jackie Chan who played himself, Stacy Chan, Sab Shimono, Clancy Brown and Adam Baldwin to name a few. The television series originally aired on Kids' WB! and was produced through Adelaid Productions, Columbia TriStar Television and Sony Pictures Television.

Throughout the series there had been a few references made to Jackie Chan's actual career. One reference made in the show pointed out that Uncle had apparently been a part of the stage group, Seven Little Fortunes, a group that Jackie Chan had, in fact, been a part of in real life. Alongside this reference there were a few episode titles based on films such as; The Rumble in the Big House and Armor of the Gods. These titles were references to Chan's movies, Rumble in the Bronx and Armour of God. All of Jackie's beige and khaki clothes are also similar to the real Jackie's clothes in the film Armour of God.

Cartoon Network also aired Jackie Chan Adventures during its run and Disney XD picked up reruns until 2010. Multiple stations air the show in various translations including Arabic and Tamil. The series even spawned a few books, comic books and a video game.Jackie Chan Adventures is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (95 episodes). The series first aired on September 9, 2000.

Jackie Chan Adventures is available for streaming on the The WB website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Jackie Chan Adventures on demand at Amazon, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV and Crackle.

  • Premiere Date
    September 9, 2000
  • IMDB Rating
    7.4  (17,771)