Strawberry Shortcake

Strawberry Shortcake

  • TV-Y
  • 2003
  • 4 Seasons
  • 6.6  (119)

Strawberry Shortcake is an animated television series first produced and developed by American Greetings. Now in its third generation, the franchise is owned and aired by the Hasbro company. This generation premiered on the HUB network in 2009. The relaunch has seen quite a few changes from the first generations. The show now has a more modern look with computer generated animation. While many characters have crossed over from previous generations, this relaunch has changed several aspects of their personalities. The look of the characters have also been modernized, with clothing and hair more resembling today's fashion trends. The series follows the adventures of the show's namesake, Strawberry Shortcake. She runs the Berry Bitty Cafe in Berry Bitty City, a tiny town under the leaves of a strawberry patch. She lives there with her five closest friends. Orange Blossom, one of her oldest friends, runs the general store, Orange Mart. Raspberry Torte, the town's resident fashion designer, and Lemon Meringue, who owns the beauty salon, love glitz and glamour. Blueberry Muffin owns the local bookstore. Lastly, there is Plum Pudding, who runs the dance studio in town. In the 2013 season, another first generation character, Huckleberry Pie, will make his way into the permanent cast. Newer characters include the Berrykins, a group of berry-shaped workers who help around Berry Bitty City; the mayor, Mr. Long-face; and Cherry Jam, a pop star just moving to Berry Bitty City. Episodes often center around lessons of friendship. The characters of Strawberry Shortcake face dilemmas with which young viewers can relate. They have fun together, work through problems, occasionally disagree, and sometimes struggle to fit in. Through it all, they have each other--showing viewers that friendship can help see us through anything.

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Seasons
Lights, Camera
16. Lights, Camera
September 11, 2008
Strawberry Shortcake and her friends head to Berrywood and run into their sassy movie star friend, Lime Light, who doesn't seem like herself.
Hooray for Berrywood
15. Hooray for Berrywood
September 10, 2008
Strawberry Shortcake and her friends want to reopen a movie theater to make a pirate movie, but the costumes and sets are sabotaged!
A Princess Named Rap
14. A Princess Named Rap
September 9, 2008
It's the classic fairy tale love story of Rapunzel, featuring Strawberry Shortcake and all of her friends letting down their hair!
Sleeping Beauty
13. Sleeping Beauty
September 8, 2008
It's the classic fairy tale love story of Sleeping Beauty, with Strawberry Shortcake and all of her friends playing the characters!
Where the Gem-Berries Glow
12. Where the Gem-Berries Glow
May 20, 2010
Inspired by the classic book "The Wizard of Oz," Strawberry Shortcake heads back to the wondrous world of Oz to meet with her friends.
Toto's Tale
11. Toto's Tale
September 6, 2008
Pupcake can be heard narrating this delightful tale of Strawberry Shortcake and her friends visiting the magical world of Oz.
Down the Farm
10. Down the Farm
December 31, 1969
When farm livestock begins disappearing on Caramel Corn's farm, it's up to Strawberry Shortcake and her friends to find out what's happening.
Back in the Saddle
9. Back in the Saddle
May 17, 2010
Strawberry Shortcake, Blueberry Muffin, Raspberry Tart and Ginger Snap take adventurous jobs as ranch hands on a dude ranch.
The Good Mayor
8. The Good Mayor
May 2, 2008
It's go time for Peppermint Fizz when she learns how to be mayor for a day. Will she do a good job or discover that it's harder than she thought?
One Small Step
7. One Small Step
May 1, 2008
Ginger Snap dreams that she builds a rocket ship and takes Strawberry Shortcake and her friends on a trip to another planet.
Around the Berry Big World
6. Around the Berry Big World
April 30, 2008
After making a bet with the Purple Pieman, Strawberry Shortcake and her friends set off on a trip around the world with hopes of returning in 80 days.
Strawberry's Big Journey
5. Strawberry's Big Journey
March 14, 2008
Strawberry and her friends load up the car and head out on an adventurous trip, making new discoveries -- and new friends -- along the way.
Playing to Beat the Band
4. Playing to Beat the Band
May 10, 2010
With Ginger Snap on vacation at the beach, Peppermint Fizz offers to fill in as trumpet player for Strawberry's band, Strawberry Jam.
It Takes Talent
3. It Takes Talent
January 7, 2008
Strawberry Shortcake and her friends want to participate in a talent contest and form the brand-new band Strawberry Jam!
Let's Dance
2. Let's Dance
October 2, 2007
Everyone goes ice skating on the first day of winter, and Strawberry Shortcake meets Apricot, a new girl who makes up stories to impress everyone.
Everybody Dance
1. Everybody Dance
May 5, 2010
Strawberry Shortcake and her friends love to dance, so Sour Grapes opens a phony dance studio, only to find out she loves teaching the children!
Description

Strawberry Shortcake is an animated television series first produced and developed by American Greetings. Now in its third generation, the franchise is owned and aired by the Hasbro company. This generation premiered on the HUB network in 2009.

The relaunch has seen quite a few changes from the first generations. The show now has a more modern look with computer generated animation. While many characters have crossed over from previous generations, this relaunch has changed several aspects of their personalities. The look of the characters have also been modernized, with clothing and hair more resembling today's fashion trends.

The series follows the adventures of the show's namesake, Strawberry Shortcake. She runs the Berry Bitty Cafe in Berry Bitty City, a tiny town under the leaves of a strawberry patch. She lives there with her five closest friends. Orange Blossom, one of her oldest friends, runs the general store, Orange Mart. Raspberry Torte, the town's resident fashion designer, and Lemon Meringue, who owns the beauty salon, love glitz and glamour. Blueberry Muffin owns the local bookstore. Lastly, there is Plum Pudding, who runs the dance studio in town. In the 2013 season, another first generation character, Huckleberry Pie, will make his way into the permanent cast. Newer characters include the Berrykins, a group of berry-shaped workers who help around Berry Bitty City; the mayor, Mr. Long-face; and Cherry Jam, a pop star just moving to Berry Bitty City.

Episodes often center around lessons of friendship. The characters of Strawberry Shortcake face dilemmas with which young viewers can relate. They have fun together, work through problems, occasionally disagree, and sometimes struggle to fit in. Through it all, they have each other--showing viewers that friendship can help see us through anything.Strawberry Shortcake is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (41 episodes). The series first aired on March 11, 2003.

Strawberry Shortcake is available for streaming on the CBS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Strawberry Shortcake on demand at Vudu, The Roku Channel Free and Hoopla.

  • Premiere Date
    March 11, 2003
  • IMDB Rating
    6.6  (119)