The Jetsons

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  • TV-Y7
  • 1962
  • 6 Seasons
  • 7.0  (23,132)

The Jetsons is an American animated TV series that was produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and first aired on ABC in 1962. The show takes place in a futuristic society that is set in the year 2062, where people live in high-tech utopia complete with flying cars, space travel, and sophisticated robot assistants. The show follows the life of the Jetsons, a family who live in the fictional Orbit City, and focuses on their daily struggles and adventures.

The main characters of the show are George Jetson, his wife Jane, their teenage daughter Judy, and their young son Elroy. George Jetson, voiced by George O'Hanlon, is the head of the Jetson family and works at Spacely's Space Sprockets, a company that produces sprockets for space vehicles. His wife Jane, voiced by Penny Singleton, is a homemaker who mostly spends her time shopping, attending parties, and going to the beauty salon. Their daughter Judy, voiced by Janet Waldo, is a typical teenager who loves to spend her time shopping, dating, and gossiping with her friends. Lastly, there is Elroy, voiced by Daws Butler, who is a highly intelligent young boy with a talent for science and technology.

The Jetson family is supported by a cast of robotic characters, including their housekeeper Rosie the Robot, who is voiced by Jean Vander Pyl. Rosie is a highly sophisticated robot with a caring and nurturing nature, who is always ready to help out with the family's needs. Other notable robotic characters include R.U.D.I., a Rosie's rival robot who is voiced by Mel Blanc, and UniVac, a supercomputer who is incredibly intelligent but often malfunctions, voiced by Foster Brooks.

The show's villains include Mr. Spacely, the greedy and demanding boss of Spacely's Space Sprockets, who is voiced by Mel Blanc, and his assistant, Miss Galaxy, voiced by Janet Waldo. Mr. Spacely's constant attempts to increase profits often lead to George's frustration and job insecurity. Other recurring villains in the show include Dr. Uniblab, a competitor of Spacely's who always tries to sabotage his company's projects, and Mr. Cogswell, the owner of Spacely's rival company, Cogswell Cogs.

The Jetsons was a groundbreaking show for its time, as it was the first prime-time animated series to be broadcast on American television. It was also one of the first shows to portray a futuristic society that was heavily reliant on technology, something that is now commonplace in modern science fiction. In addition, The Jetsons was known for its witty and sarcastic humor, as well as its great voice acting and catchy theme song.

Despite its popularity, The Jetsons was short-lived and only aired for one season, with a total of 24 episodes. However, the show remained a cult classic and inspired several spin-offs, sequels, and adaptations, including a movie and a video game. The show's legacy continues to this day, as it is still fondly remembered by fans of all ages and has influenced a generation of science fiction creators and fans.

In conclusion, The Jetsons was a timeless classic of a show, It is a beloved staple of American animation that has entertained generations with its witty humor, colorful characters, and imaginative setting. Although it only aired for one season, its impact on popular culture has been long-lasting, and it remains one of the most iconic and beloved animated shows of all time.

The Jetsons is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (84 episodes). The series first aired on September 23, 1962.

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11. Two Many Georges
April 11, 2017
A busy George gets the company doctor to clone him.
Wedding Bells for Rosey
9. Wedding Bells for Rosey
April 11, 2017
Cogswell uses an outdated robot registration law to close Spacely Sprockets.
Invisibly Yours, George
6. Invisibly Yours, George
April 11, 2017
An experimental spot remover makes George invisible.
Where to Watch The Jetsons
The Jetsons is available for streaming on the ABC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Jetsons on demand at Max, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV and Tubi TV.
  • Premiere Date
    September 23, 1962
  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (23,132)