Charlie's Colorforms City

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Charlie's Colorforms City
Created byAngela C. Santomero
Written byLeah Gotcsik
Directed byLindsay Allan
Jay Silver
Creative directorLeah Gotsik
Presented byTyler Maxwell
StarringDecline Accept, Leah Gotsik
JudgesBeau Black, !, Leah Gotsik
Voices ofJacob Soley
Saara Chaudry
Tyler Barish
Zoe Hatz
Theme music composerCCC
Opening themeCharlie's Colorforms City Theme by CC
Ending themeCCC Theme (arranged)
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes13
Executive producerAngela Santomero
ProducerColleen McGrath
News editorTweedelee
Production locationCanada
Camera setupSingle Camera
Running time23 minutes
Production companies9 Story USA
DHX Media
DistributorDHX Media Distribution
Alfred Haber Distribution, Inc.
Original networkNetflix
Original releaseMarch 22, 2019 (2019-03-22)

Charlie's Colorforms City is an American/Canadian children's streaming television miniseries created by Angela Santomero that is based on Colorforms.[1] Presented by Tyler Maxwell, the show educates children about colors, shapes, and size.[2][3] It is produced for Netflix by 9 Story USA and WildBrain. The series premiered on Netflix on March 22, 2019, with 1 season and 13 episodes being produced so far.



  • Charlie the Pancake Chef/Starry Charlie
  • Rock Star Charlie/Birthday Charlie
  • Racer Charlie/Knight Charlie
  • Adventurer Charlie/Charlie's Pet
  • Silliest Charlie/Mystery Charlie
  • Charlie's Sleepover/Charlie's Little Brother
  • Weather Charlie/Charlie Gets Big
  • Spooky Charlie/Charlie Is Super
  • Charlie's Space Mission/Sporty Charlie
  • Charlie's Surprise/Treasure Hunter Charlie
  • Charlie the Cowboy/Charlie Is an Inventor
  • Mechanic Charlie/Charlie Is a Pirate
  • Sick Charlie/Charlie's Restaurant


  1. ^ Dowling, Amber (19 March 2019). "'Blue's Clues' and 'Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood' Boss Breaks Down Research and 'Radical Kindness' for Kids' Programming". Retrieved 16 April 2019.
  2. ^ "Netflix in March: Here are the best new family movies, shows to stream". USA TODAY. Retrieved 16 April 2019.
  3. ^ "What to Watch With Your Kids : Storm Boy, Shazam, and More". The Washington Post. Retrieved 16 April 2019.

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