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In this animated comedy, a hybrid of a unicorn and a kitty rules over her kingdom, trying to make sure everyone is happy and that the world is free from negativity. She also has friends, among them a fox, a hawkodile, and a fun-loving Lego brick. The series debuted on Cartoon Network in 2017.

Unikitty is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (104 episodes). The series first aired on October 27, 2017.

Unikitty is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Unikitty on demand atAmazon, Hulu, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes, Cartoon Network online.

Friday at 6:15 PM on Cartoon Network
4 Seasons, 104 Episodes
October 27, 2017
Animation & Cartoon
5.7/10
Cast: Kate Micucci, Tara Strong, Grey Griffin, Roger Craig Smith
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Unikitty Full Episode Guide

  • Following the events of Master Frown's birthday, Unikitty and her friends form a resistance group to restore the Unikingdom.

  • Unikitty and the gang throw Master Frown the birthday of his dreams, but their efforts have repercussions./ Following the events of Master Frown's birthday, Unikitty and her friends form a resistance group to restore the Unikingdom.

  • Unikitty throws an elaborate award show for everyone in the Unikingdom, including Master Frown and Brock, but tensions rise when Frown fails to win an award.

  • The gang argues about which type of candy is the best, so they bring their sweets to life so they can battle each other for delicious dominance.

  • When Unikitty accidentally invokes an ancient curse, the gang must beat Master Frown and Brock back to the castle before one of them literally turns into a rotten egg.

  • The gang infiltrate an escape room game center to thwart Score Creeper, but their former foe claims he only works there to pay the bills.

  • Master Frown and Brock attend a friendship-themed competition intending to ruin it for everyone else, but soon discover their own friendship in need of repair.

  • Richard discovers his library books have been borrowed by Master Frown and sets off on a crazed mission to return the books before they're overdue.

  • Unikitty takes in a radioactive caterpillar and raises it like a baby, unaware of the havoc it will wreak as a full-grown adult.

  • When Hawkodile discovers his old enemy Eagleator has a new nemesis in his life, the gang do all they can to get Hawk back on his foe's radar.

  • Dr. Fox reprograms the P.L.O.T. Device to only generate boring events, but the gang can’t help but add drama and excitement to every scenario.

  • Dr. Fox's plans to deliver donuts all over the Unikingdom are sidetracked by Unikitty's reluctance to follow instructions.

  • A relaxing beach day becomes an underwater adventure when Unikitty and her friends find a message in a bottle.

  • An eccentric figure announces a contest to tour her marvelous ice pop factory, sending the gang on a frantic quest to find the winning popsicle stick.

  • Hawkodile breaks his arm in a careless spill and lies to his friends about the accident to keep from looking bad.

  • Hawkodile insists the Unikingdom is more dangerous than it looks and sets out to prove it by taking his friends on bodyguard patrol.

  • Puppycorn needs a lesson in how to be cool. The gang is more than happy to teach him, until his coolness unexpectedly freezes the whole kingdom.

  • After being "bought" at a charity auction, Hawkodile is forced to spend the day as Old Lady Edith's personal bodyguard.

  • Score Creeper traps the gang in a fantasy role playing game where they must follow a complex set of rules to win their freedom.

  • Dr. Fox accidentally transports the gang inside her brain, where they must control her movements to complete a dangerous experiment.

  • Puppycorn doesn’t want to grow up. To ease his woes, Unikitty spends the day teaching him all the fun things about being an adult.

  • Richard's newspapers aren't selling, so his friends pull out all the stops to put the printed word back on top.

  • When Puppycorn can't fall asleep, Dr. Fox uses an invention to bring classic bedtime stories to life. But the gang's presence leads to some surprising twists in these popular tales.