|Created by||Butch Hartman|
|Written by|| Butch Hartman|
|Directed by|| Ken Bruce|
|Voices of|| Jerry Trainor|
Matthew W. Taylor
|Opening theme|| Adam Schlesinger|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||60 (67 aired)|
|Producer(s)|| Deirdre Brenner|
|Running time||22 minutes|
| Billionfold, Inc.|
Nickelodeon Animation Studios
|Picture format|| 480i (SDTV) (Season 1)|
720p (HDTV) (Season 2/Ep. 1 to Ep. 5)
1080p (HDTV) (Season 2/Ep.6 – Season 3)
|Original airing||October 2, 2010 — April 4, 2015|
|Related shows|| The Fairly OddParents|
T.U.F.F. Puppy is an American action animated television series created by Butch Hartman for Nickelodeon. It premiered on October 2, 2010, on Nickelodeon along with Planet Sheen. T.U.F.F. Puppy is Butch Hartman's third animated series for Nickelodeon, after The Fairly OddParents (2001-2017) and Danny Phantom (2004–2007). The series aired its final episode on April 4, 2015.
In early 2011, the series was renewed for a second season which premiered on May 13, 2012. The first two seasons consist of 26 episodes each, and the third season consisted of 8 episodes, for a total of 60 episodes.
A "dim-witted dog" named Dudley Puppy (voiced by Jerry Trainor) is recruited by T.U.F.F. (Turbo Undercover Fighting Force), a crime-fighting organization, to protect his home city of Petropolis with the aid of his partner, Kitty Katswell (voiced by Grey DeLisle), against the many forces of evil that threaten the city.
- Main article: Character Guide
- Jerry Trainor - Dudley Puppy, Dr. Rabies, The Mouse Magician, Martin Dumbrowski, Bingo, Wanna-Bee
- Grey DeLisle - Kitty Katswell, Katty Katswell, Zippy, R.I.T.A., Madame Catastrophe, Tammy, Little Chipmunk Girl, Mrs. Katswell, Sally Mander, Agent Jumbo, Agent Goldfish, Agent Bossy, Counting Cougar, Rudolph, Rachel O'Foxy, Ewe, Miss Petropolis, Ida Bromstein, Becky, Charmaine, Mrs. Snaptrap
- Daran Norris - The Chief, Francisco, The Chameleon, Jack Rabbit, Bad Dog, Wolf Spitzer, Bat, Agent Seabiscuit, President of the Universe, Eric, Bob Barky, Meerkat
- Jeff Bennett - Keswick, Larry, Ollie, Agent Nutz, Owl, General Warthog, Agent Groundhog, Skunk, Sharing Moose, Blitzen, Duck, Al Croaker, Willy Wombat, Bobby
- Matthew W. Taylor - Verminious Snaptrap, Mole, Quacky the Duck, Santa Claus, Agent Moby, R. Suspect, KIL-R, Robespierre, Mr. Wong, Phil, Dr. Fineberg, Mayor Teddy Bear, Escape Goat, Coach Delvecchio, Mysterious Lester
- Carlos Alazraqui - The Stink Bug
- Dee Bradley Baker -
- Eric Bauza - Leather Teddy
- Mary Birdsong - Snowflake
- Dave Boat - Slush
- Leslie Carrara-Rudolph - Peg Puppy
- Jennifer Hale - Dorothy Camel, Miss Hopper, Mrs. Grizzlebaum
- Butch Hartman - Agent Rodentski, Agent Weaselman, ‘’Escape Goat’’ (Bluff Puppy, ‘’The Spelling Bee, ’’Tattle Tale’’, and ‘’Organized Crime’’), ‘’TV Voice’’ (Soar Loser)
- Riley Inge -
- Will Matthews - Percival
- Candi Milo - The Queen, Lunch Lady Bug
- Chris Parnell - The Caped Cod (The Dog Who Cried Fish)
- Rob Paulsen - Bird Brain, Bango, Cow Judge
- Fred Tatasciore -
- James Arnold Taylor - Biff
- Kari Wahlgren -
- Jim Ward -
- Mick Wingert - The Caped Cod (Cold Fish)
- Main article: Episode Guide
Butch Hartman said that he created the central character and wanted to make a crime-fighting show based on him. Because his previous animated series Danny Phantom already involved superheroes, Hartman decided that he would focus on making Dudley a secret agent. He pitched the show to Nickelodeon as "Get Smart with a dog."
Eric Bauza, who voices Leather Teddy (and Foop on The Fairly OddParents), was originally chosen to the voice Dudley, but the creators didn't feel that he was right for the character, so Jerry Trainor was chosen instead.
Nickelodeon (original run, October 2, 2010-July 26, 2014; reruns, July 27, 2014-March 1, 2015)
Nicktoons (October 2, 2010-March 31, 2016; December 25, 2016 (A Doomed Christmas)
The series premiere of T.U.F.F. Puppy drew 3.6 million viewers.
Since the show's premiere, the series has received mixed to mainly positive reviews, has won two Daytime Emmy and Annie Awards, and has garnished its own cult following.
Awards and Nominations
|2011||Annie Awards||Best Storyboarding in an Animated Television Production||Fred Gonzales||Won|
|2011||Annie Awards||Character Design in a Television Production||Ernie Gilbert||Won|
|2011||Annie Awards||Character Design in a Television Production||Gordon Hammond||Nominated|
|2011||Emmy Awards||Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation||Kaz Aizawa||Won|
|2012||Annie Awards||Character Design in a Television Production||Gordon Hammond and Mike Dougherty||Nominated|
|2012||Annie Awards||Directing in a Television Production||Ken Bruce||Nominated|
|2012||Annie Awards||Storyboarding in a Television Production||Dave Thomas and Fred Gonzales||Nominated|
|2012||Annie Awards||Writing in a Television Production||Kevin Sullivan, William Schifrin, and Ray DeLaurentis for episode "Thunder Dog"||Nominated|
|2012||Emmy Awards||Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation||Ernie Gilbert||Won|
|2012||Emmy Awards||Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Direction and Composition||Guy Moon||Nominated|
|2013||Annie Awards||Character Design in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production||Gordon Hammond for episode "Dudley Do-Wrong"||Nominated|
|2013||Annie Awards||Music in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production||Guy Moon for episode "Mission: Really Big Mission"||Nominated|
|2013||Annie Awards||Voice Acting in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production||Jeff Bennett as "Keswick" for episode "Pup Daddy"||Nominated|
|2013||Emmy Awards||Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program||Jerry Trainor as "Dudley Puppy"||Nominated|
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "Interview with Butch Hartman". Toon Zone. 29 September 2010. http://www.toonzone.net/news/articles/35223/toonzone-news-interviews-butch-hartman-on-t.u.f.f.-puppy. Retrieved 29 September 2010.
- ↑ Gervais, Lisa (21 October 2010). ""Fairly Odd Parents" creator comes home for Macomb Community College speaker series". Macomb Daily. http://www.macombdaily.com/articles/2010/10/21/entertainment/srv0000009728630.txt. Retrieved 8 December 2010.