Yo-kai Watch

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  • TV-Y7
  • 2015
  • 4 Seasons
  • 5.9  (668)

Yo-kai Watch is a Japanese animated television series based on the video game franchise of the same name. The show follows the adventures of a young boy named Nate Adams, who is given a special watch that allows him to see and communicate with supernatural creatures called Yo-kai. Each episode typically features a new Yo-kai causing mischief in Nate's town, and it is up to Nate and his Yo-kai friends to solve the problem and restore peace.

The show premiered in Japan in 2014 and quickly became a cultural phenomenon, inspiring multiple sequels, spin-offs, and merchandise lines. The English dub version of the show was released in North America in 2015 by VIZ Media, and was later broadcast on the television network AT-X.

One of the standout features of Yo-kai Watch is its unique blend of humor and heart. While the show is certainly full of silly, off-the-wall moments, it also has a sincere message about the importance of friendship, teamwork, and empathy. The relationships between Nate and his Yo-kai friends are especially touching, and the show does an excellent job of making each character feel distinct and lovable.

Another strength of the show is its endless creativity when it comes to designing new Yo-kai. The creatures range from cute and cuddly to downright creepy, and each one has its own personality, abilities, and backstory. Fans of the video game series will recognize many of the classic Yo-kai, such as Jibanyan and Komasan, but the show also introduces dozens of brand-new creatures for viewers to discover.

The animation in Yo-kai Watch is bright, colorful, and full of energy. The character designs are fun and expressive, and the Yo-kai themselves have a wide range of unique movements and attacks. The show also uses a lot of visual humor, with exaggerated facial expressions and slapstick gags that will keep kids and adults alike laughing.

The English dub cast of Yo-kai Watch includes several well-known voice actors, including Johnny Yong Bosch (Nate), Melissa Hutchison (Jibanyan), and Brent Pendergrass (Whisper). The performances are all top-notch, and the actors do an excellent job of bringing their characters to life with humor and heart.

Overall, Yo-kai Watch is a delightful animated series that offers something for everyone. With its strong messages of friendship and empathy, its endless creativity when it comes to designing new Yo-kai, and its blend of humor and heart, it is sure to entertain viewers of all ages. Whether you are a longtime fan of the video game series or a newcomer to the world of Yo-kai, this show is definitely worth a watch.

Yo-kai Watch is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (237 episodes). The series first aired on October 5, 2015.

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Yo-kai Watch is available for streaming on the AT-X website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Yo-kai Watch on demand at Netflix, Amazon, DisneyNOW, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    October 5, 2015
  • IMDB Rating
    5.9  (668)