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  • TV-Y7
  • 1994
  • 4 Seasons
  • 7.8  (5,107)

ReBoot is historically significant in that it was the first cartoon to be entirely computer animated. When it first aired in 1994, young viewers were amazed by its 3D graphics and fantastic settings. The series mainly takes place in the vast metropolis of Mainframe, where many of the characters, locales and items are named after various computer software, commands, and terms. The main heroes are human-like Sprites while the supporting characters are little creatures called Binomes--representing binary code--and some robots. The villains are alien-like viruses who want to destroy and conquer. There is also the User, whose games cause destruction to Mainframe when he wins. Over the course of the series, many changes take place thanks to the unpredictable, ever changing nature of computer software to where the series ended almost completely different from how it started. New characters, settings and story elements were introduced and longtime characters when through major changes such as completely changing appearance, gaining or losing abilities, getting different roles, or even died. The show originally aired on Saturday mornings on ABC for the first two seasons, then went into syndication for the third season, then finally aired its last season on Cartoon Network. Though it should be noted the show was cancelled during production of Season 4, making the show unfortunately end on a cliffhanger. Another particular note is that Season 3 is more dramatic, more violent, and more risqu

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Episode 8: Crouching Binome, Hidden Virus
8. Episode 8: Crouching Binome, Hidden Virus
November 30, 2001
Megabyte returns to Mainframe with a few upgrades -- including the ability to shape-shift.
Episode 7: Null-Bot Of The Bride
7. Episode 7: Null-Bot Of The Bride
November 23, 2001
Dot prepares for her wedding to Normal Bob, but the ceremony is interrupted by an unexpected guest.
Episode 6: Life's A Glitch
6. Episode 6: Life's A Glitch
November 16, 2001
Glitch Bob attempts to separate from Glitch to win over Dot. Matrix, AndrAIa, Normal Bob, Phong, Enzo, Hack and Slash take on Rocky the Rabid Raccoon.
Episode 5: My Two Bobs
5. Episode 5: My Two Bobs
November 9, 2001
The Mainframers try to figure out which Bob is the original and which is a copy, while Bob, Matrix and Frisket enter a Pokemon-type game.
Episode 4: Sacrifice
4. Episode 4: Sacrifice
November 2, 2001
With Daemon on Mainframe's doorstep, Dot sends Enzo, Hack, Slash and Frisket to safety within a game cube. Enzo beats the User and returns to save his friends.
Episode 3: What's Love Got To Do With It
3. Episode 3: What's Love Got To Do With It
October 26, 2001
The truth about the destruction of the Twin Cities is revealed as Bob recalls his days as a cadet and Dot speaks with the null of her father.
Episode 2: Cross Nodes
2. Episode 2: Cross Nodes
October 10, 2001
Daemon sends Guardians to recruit Matrix and AndrAIa while Dot and a weakened Bob are forced into a game. Hex undergoes a surprising change.
Episode 1: Daemon Rising
1. Episode 1: Daemon Rising
October 19, 2001
Daemon's viral forces open Mainframe to the Net, and Bob and Matrix argue over how to defend their home against the Guardians.
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ReBoot is historically significant in that it was the first cartoon to be entirely computer animated. When it first aired in 1994, young viewers were amazed by its 3D graphics and fantastic settings.

The series mainly takes place in the vast metropolis of Mainframe, where many of the characters, locales and items are named after various computer software, commands, and terms. The main heroes are human-like Sprites while the supporting characters are little creatures called Binomes--representing binary code--and some robots. The villains are alien-like viruses who want to destroy and conquer. There is also the User, whose games cause destruction to Mainframe when he wins. Over the course of the series, many changes take place thanks to the unpredictable, ever changing nature of computer software to where the series ended almost completely different from how it started. New characters, settings and story elements were introduced and longtime characters when through major changes such as completely changing appearance, gaining or losing abilities, getting different roles, or even died.

The show originally aired on Saturday mornings on ABC for the first two seasons, then went into syndication for the third season, then finally aired its last season on Cartoon Network. Though it should be noted the show was cancelled during production of Season 4, making the show unfortunately end on a cliffhanger. Another particular note is that Season 3 is more dramatic, more violent, and more risquReBoot is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (49 episodes). The series first aired on September 10, 1994.

Where to Watch ReBoot

ReBoot is available for streaming on the YTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch ReBoot on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Google Play, Hoopla, Apple TV, Tubi TV and Pluto TV.

  • Premiere Date
    September 10, 1994
  • IMDB Rating
    7.8  (5,107)