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    Mixels is a 2014 animated short-form comedy by Cartoon Network Studios, in co-operation with the LEGO toyline of the same name. The show initially premiered its first season of shorts on February 12, 2014, airing every short following a Teen Titans Go! episode.

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    Episodes
    A total of 22 shorts were produced for the first year of Mixels' run. These are the T.V. air dates in the U.S. on Cartoon Network and Boomerang.

    *went online on February 6, 2014
    1. "Coconapple" (February 12, 2014*) - Seismo reluctantly mixes with Zorch to get a coconapple out of a tree. (#1A)
    2. "Cookironi" (February 12, 2014*) - The nine first-wave Mixels get into a max showdown when they are left with a single cookironi. (#2B)
    3. "Hot Lava Shower" (February 12, 2014*) - Vulk's shower pipe clogs, and the Infernites max to fix it. (#2F)
    4. "Electrock" (February 19, 2014) - Krader ends up in the Electroid Kingdom during a digging competition with his tribemates. (#1D)
    5. "Nixels" (February 26, 2014) - Flain brings Seismo to the ultimate lava slide, but they are interrupted by annoying little Nixels. (#1E)
    6. "Murp" (March 5, 2014) - Flain and Krader have to make their way across a river to a party, but discover a new, bad type of mixing in the process. (#1C)
    7. "Pothole" (March 5, 2014) - Zaptor and Vulk get worked up when they find an open pothole in the middle of a sidewalk. (#2A)
    8. "Mailman" (March 12, 2014) - Shuff orders a Ceramic Teddy Butterfly online for his collection, but Postman Zorch goes up to his usual pranks, so Shuff calls the other Cragsters to help. (#2E)
    9. "Another Nixel" (March 19, 2014) - Major Nixel sends three Nixels to get cubits from three different tribes, with disastrous results every time. (#2D)
    10. "Rockball" (March 19, 2014 online) - The Infernites join in on the Cragsters' game of Rockball, and come up with a brand new game. (#2C)
    11. "Wrong Colors" (May 21, 2014) - Shuff and Volectro are being chased by a bunch of Nixels, and the only cubit they have is the wrong colors. (#3A) (Introduction to Wave 2 tribes.)
    12. "Mix Over" (May 28, 2014) - Major Nixel sends two Nixels in disguise to get cubits from the new Mixels in town. (#3F)
    13. "Bar B Cubes" (May 28, 2014) - The Mixels find themselves creating new food combinations, and put up their snack stands. Their only customer is Gobba, and he only has one Muck! (#3B)
    14. "Snow Half Pipe" (June 5, 2014) - Mixels mix to make awesome half-pipe tricks. (#4C)
    15. "Hamlogna Conveyorbelt" (June 5, 2014) - Zaptor cranks up a conveyor belt makig hamlogna sandwiches - the workers, Lunk and Tentro, must mix to fit the speed! (#3G)
    16. "Vaudeville Fun" (June 12, 2014) - Gobba and Kraw are auditioning for...something and make tons of unique mixes, hoping to pass! (#4B)
    17. "Fang Gang Log Toss" (June 19, 2014) - Chomly and Jawg are persistent on continuing their game on log toss, even after angering Flain and Slumbo. (#4A)
    18. "High Five" (June 19, 2014) - Chomly has Kraw and Slumbo mix to give him cool high fives. (#3E)
    19. "Elevator" (June 26, 2014) - Lunk barely misses the elevator to the top floor of a building - Balk's birthday party - and his gift is melting! He and Tentro must make a stretchy mix to get up! (#3C)
    A half-hour special entitled Mixels aired in India in July 2014. The special compiled 17 of these shorts above with newly-animated transitions in-between. The special has not aired in the United States, and it is unknown if it aired anywhere else in their region, but, having no considerably new content, it likely will not be airing anywhere else anytime soon.

    Episodes 20 and 22 are extra-length "minisodes" and aired together, with extra shorts earlier in Season 1 as filler, in the half-hour Mixels Mixed Up Special! (#200) (formatted like the previous half-hour special, see above), alongside the TV debut of an extra short that went online long prior to the special, on August 31, 2014:

    *went on digital streaming services on March 19, 2014

    20. "The Biggest and Most Epic Mixels Minisode Ever" - Major Nixel takes over the annual Mix Festival, and it's up to the leaders to save the day. (#5J) (Cameo to Wave 3 leaders.)
    21. "Changing a Light Bulb" - * - Obvious disaster strikes as Teslo is teaching his tribe how to change a light bulb. (#1A)
    22. "Murp Romp" - During a "fetch the cubit" game, Scorpi and Glurt accidentally make a destructive MURP that nearly destroys Mixel Park! Meanwhile, Magnifo goes crazy advertising his new magic show! (#301) (Introduction Wave 3 tribes.)​

    *"Rockball" went exclusive to iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon from its air date to early May 2014, where it was finally put public.

    The following 6 episodes aired together, edited around into a sequence to tell a half-hour story, in Mixel Moon Madness! (#400) on March 9, 2015:

    23.1. "Only You Can Prevent Forest Freezes, Only You!" - Flamzer brings Burnard and Meltus on a camping trip, but they play around with the "camp cube" and start a wild forest freeze! (#411)
    23.2. "Houston, We Have a Problem!" - Nurp begins to throw a tantrum when he doesn't get his crater tots and nearly destroys Orbitopia. (#413)
    23.3. "Crater Tots!" - Two Nixels take the crater tots and oxy-juice from the Orbitons' welcoming party for the Infernites. (#412)
    23.4. "Things That Go Murp in the Night!" - Rokit tells Nurp-Naut a scary story about the terrifying Glowkies, just as they come over to say hi to their new neighbors! (#414)
    23.5. "Don't Pull the Gravity Plug!" - Globert sings a musical number to introduce the Glowkie Caves and a forbidden law to their Orbiton and Infernite friends! (#415)
    23.6. "Tall Tales From Da Moon!" - 9-minute minisode - Flamzer tells his tribemates a scary camp-cube story based on a dream where he and his friends were abducted by the Moon Mixels - the Orbitons and the Glowkies! (#401) (proper Wave 4 introduction)

    Several transitions aired in between these, entitled "Nixel Kookie," (#422) "Knock Knock Joke," (#425) "Murptopia," (#423) "Graphic Kraziness," (#421) and "Whack-A-Mixel." (#430) "Tall Tales From Da Moon!" was split into four parts and aired throughout the course of the special, to indicate that all of the other segments except "Only You Can Prevent Forest Freezes, Only You!" are apart of the campcube story.

    The next special, the final one of the second year, was broadcast on September 26, 2015 and introduced both Waves 5 and 6. Unlike other specials, it was a full, 22-minute story.

    24. Quest for the Mixamajig - After being given a key and being bestowed "the chosen one," Snoof, alongside a group of Mixels from other tribes, set out to search for the long-lost Mixamajig, unaware that it is part of King Nixel's evil plan. (#600)

    In this episode, Mixels is introduced to a traditional animation style, done at Digital eMation Inc. instead of Atomic Cartoons Inc.'s Toon Boom Harmony animation done in prior episodes of the series. Major Nixel was also redesigned in the episode to fit his design used in the Mixels Rush app.

    The third year of Mixels' run kicked off on March 5, 2016, with another half-hour special. Mixels is moved from the original tribelands of Planet Mixel to the new city of Mixopolis introduced at the end of the previous special.

    25. Every Knight Has Its Day - The Medival King sends his child and nephew, Camillot and Mixadel, respectively, to public Mixel school to learn to mix with common Mixels. The former seems excited to learn, but Mixadel believes that mixing with commoners is wrong. (#700)

    This special moved Mixels from Digital eMation, Inc. to Big Star Entertainment. The traditional animation was moved to Adobe Flash animation.

    The next special, and the series finale, was delivered in July 2016 and premiered on October 1, 2016.

    26. Nixel, Nixel, Go Away - King Nixel gradually convinces the city of Mixopolis to give up their color and creativity, and scams them with a falsely "upgraded" cubit product, nixelfying them all. This leaves it up to school-aged Booger, his friends, and his heroes, the mighty Nindjas, to save the day.

    This special once again, and for the final time, switched animation studios, to Saerom Animation, Inc. (It is a studio that has dealt with numerous CN productions.) This special moved back to traditional animation.
     
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    No credits are used in the United States.

    ACROSS EUROPE

    Cartoon Network Studios
    - © 2013, The Cartoon Network, A Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved.
    Cartoon Network - A Time Warner Company

    SOUTH KOREA

    © The Cartoon Network, a Time Warner Company. All rights reserved. Mixels is a trademark of LEGO Systems A/S. All Rights Reserved.

    Written and Storyboarded by: David P. Smith, John Fang, Dominic Bisignano
    Story by: David P. Smith, John Fang
    Directed by: John Fang
    Creative Director: David P. Smith
    Art Director: Nollan Obena
    Producer: Pernelle Hayes
    Production Manager: Kelley Derr
    Character, Prop & Effects Design and Color Styling by: Nollan Obena, John Fang, Andy Chiang, Glenn Wong, Maria Vitan
    Background Design and Paint by: Nollan Obena, John Fang, Maria Vitan
    Animation Directors: Robert Alvarez, Randy Myers

    Voices:
    Jess Harnell
    - Shuff, Vulk, Zaptor
    Tom Kenny - Flain, Seismo, Teslo
    Phil LaMarr - Chomly, Flurr, Tentro
    David P. Smith - Krader, Volectro, Zorch
    Fred Tatasciore - Jawg, Major Nixel, Murp, Nixels, Slumbo
    Billy West - Balk, Gobba Lunk

    Casting and Voice Direction: Collette Sunderman
    Recording Studio Manager: Karie Gima Pham
    Recording Engineer: Robert Serda
    Picture Editor: Tony Tedford
    Assistant Editor: Anna Granfors
    Dialogue Editor: Jams Hearn
    Director Production Technology: Antonio Gonella
    Composer: Kevin Manthei
    Sound Supervisor: Timothy J. Borquez, M.P.S.E.
    Sound Effects Editor: Daisuke Sawa
    Re-Recording Mixer: Timothy J. Borquez, M.P.S.E., Tony Orozco
    Post Production Supervisor: Tony Tedford
    Post Production Coordinator: Alicia Parkinson
    Production Estimator: Carolyn Urban
    Production Administration: Linda Barry

    The credits cut off here in the only recording available.

    Written and Storyboarded by: David P. Smith, John Fang, Dominic Bisignano
    Story by: David P. Smith, John Fang
    Directed by: John Fang
    Creative Director: David P. Smith
    Art Director: Nollan Obena
    Producer: Pernelle Hayes
    Production Managers: Kelley Derr, Patricia Burgos
    Color, Prop, & Effects Design and Color Styling by: Nollan Obena, John Fang, Andy Chiang, Danny Kimanyen, Glenn Wong, Maria Vitan
    Background Design and Paint by: Nollan Obena, John Fang, Maria Vitan
    Animation Directors: Robert Alvarez, Randy Myers

    Voices:
    Carlos Alazraqui
    - Mesmo, Torts
    Jess Harnell - Shuff, Vulk, Zaptor
    Tom Kenny - Flain, Seismo, Teslo
    Phil LaMarr - Chomly, Flurr, Tentro
    Bumper Robinson - Footi, Glurt, Wizwuz
    David P. Smith - Krader, Volectro, Zorch
    Brian Stepanek - Magnifo
    Fred Tatasciore - Jawg, Major Nixel, Murp, Nixels, Slumbo
    Matt Taylor - Glomp, Hoogi
    Billy West - Balk, Gobba, Lunk

    Casting and Voice Direction: Collette Sunderman
    Recording Studio Managers: Karie Gima Pham, Susy Campos
    Recording Engineer: Robert Serda
    Picture Editors: Tony Tedford, Rob Getzchman
    Assistant Editor: Anna Granfors
    Dialogue Editor: James Hearn
    Director Production Technology: Antonio Gonella
    Composer: Kevin Manthei
    Sound Supervisor: Timothy J. Borquez, M.P.S.E.
    Sound Effects Editor: Daisuke Sawa
    Re-Recording Mixers: Timothy J. Borquez, M.P.S.E., Tony Orozco
    Post Production Supervisor: Tony Tedford
    Post Production Coordinator: Alicia Parkinson
    Production Estimator: Carolyn Urban
    Production Administration: Linda Barry
    Animation by: Atomic Cartoons, Inc.
    Special Thanks to: Jill Wilfert, Keith Malone, Camilla Haahr, Andrew Hugh Seenan
    Current Executive: Tatiana Krokar
    Executive Producers: Jennifer Pelphrey, Tramm Wigzell
    Executive Producers: Brian A. Miller, Rob Sorcher
    Supervising Producer: John Fang
    IATSE®
    © 2014, The Cartoon Network, A Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved.

    Cartoon Network Studios
    Cartoon Network
    - A Time Warner Company

    Note: Kraw (in both) and Scorpi's names were not included in the credits for unknown reasons.

    Directed by: Jordan Reichek
    Story by: Jordan Reichek
    Written and Storyboarded by: Michael Diederich, Douglas McCarthy, John Fang
    Additional Storyboards by: Miranda Dressler
    Art Director: Timothy Barnes
    Producer: Pernelle Hayes
    Production Manager: Patricia Burgos
    Production Coordinator: Adrienne Lee
    Production Assistant: Stacy Renfroe
    Character, Prop & Effects Design and Color Styling by: Miranda Dressler, Nollan Obena, Maria Vitan
    Background Design and Paint by: Timothy Barnes, Nollan Obena, Maria Vitan

    Voices:
    Rodger Bumpass
    - Flamzer, Naut, Major Nixel
    Dave Fennoy - Globert, Boogly
    Justin Grollman - Nurp
    Jess Harnell - Meltus, Burnard, Shuff, Vulk, Zaptor
    Phil Hayes - Rokit, King Nixel
    Andrew Kishino - Niksput
    Sam Riegel - Vampos

    Casting and Voice Direction: Collette Sunderman
    Recording Studio Manager: Susy Campos
    Recording Engineer: Robert Serda
    Director Production Technology: Antonio Gonella
    Animatic Timer: Joe Campana
    Animation Checking: Sandy Benenati, Vicki Caspar
    Sound Supervisor: Timothy J. Borquez, M.P.S.E
    Sound Effects Editor: Daisuke Sawa
    Re-Recording Mixers: Timothy J. Borquez, M.P.S.E, Nick Gotten
    Music Composer: Kiara Geller

    "Don't Pull the Plug!"
    Lyrics by:
    Jordan Reichek & Michael Diederich

    Post Production Supervisor: Tony Tedford
    Post Production Coordinator: Alicia Parkinson
    Production Estimator: Neringa Salehi
    Production Administration: Linda Barry
    Animation by: Atomic Cartoons Inc.
    Special Thanks to: Jill WIlfert, Keith Malone, Camilla Haahr, Andrew Hugh Seenan
    Current Executive: Tatiana Krokar
    Executive Producers: Jennifer Pelphrey, Tramm Wigzell
    Executive Producers: Brian A. Miller, Rob Sorcher
    Supervising Producer: Jordan Reichek
    IATSE®
    ©2015, The Cartoon Ntwork, A Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved.

    Note: Rodger Bumpass takes over Fred Tatasciore's role as Major Nixel. The Nixels' voices are also taken from Fred Tatasciore but are not credited.

    Directed by: Jordan Reichek
    Story by: Jordan Reichek
    Written and Storyboarded by: Michael Diederich, Skip Jones
    Art Director: Timothy Barnes
    Producers: Pernelle Hayes, Donna Smith
    Production Coordinators: Adrienne Lee, Daniel Bejines
    Character, Prop & Effects Design and Color Styling by: Miranda Dressler, Maria Vitan
    Background Design and Paint by: Timothy Barnes, Andy Underwood, Andrew Brandou
    Design Cleanup: Erik Elizarrez
    Visual Effects: Eric Lacombe

    Voices:
    Jeff Bennett
    - Dribbal, Gurggle, Jinky
    Daran Norris - Snoof, Waka, Spugg
    Tom Kenny - Berp, Tungster
    Steve Blum - Cocktail Weenies, King Nixel, Kamzo
    Griffin Burns - Snax, Slusho, Chilbo
    Peter Jason - Major Nixel, Turg, Wuzzo
    Chris Cox - Gox, Forx
    Dave Fennoy - Krog, Kramm, Globert, Boogly
    Jess Harnell - Vaka, Zaptor, Burnard

    Voice Direction: Jordan Reichek
    Recording Studio Manager: Susy Campos
    Recording Engineer: Robert Serda
    Director Production Technology: Antonio Gonella
    Animatic Timer: Joe Campana
    Sheet Timing: Robert Alvarez, Randy Myers, Richard Collado, Jeff Hall
    Picture Editor: Rob Getzschman
    Assistant Editor: Anna Granfors
    Dialogue Editor: James Hearn, Tony Ostyn
    Composer: Kiara Geller
    Sound Supervisor: Timothy J. Borquez, M.P.S.E.
    Sound Effects Editor: Daisuke Sawa
    Re-Recording Mixers: Timothy J. Borquez, CAS, Nick Gotten
    Post Production Supervisor: Tony Tedford
    Post Production Coordinator: Alicia Parkinson
    Production Estimator: Neringa Salehi
    Production Administration: Linda Barry
    Overseas Production Facility: Digital eMation, Inc.
    Overseas Directors: Ikhwan Yim, Taejoon Kim, Chanki Yoon, Jaejoong Jim
    Special Thanks to: Jill Wilfert, Keith Malone, Camilla Haahr, Andrew Hugh Seenan
    Current Series Executive: Tatiana Krokar
    Executive Producers: Tramm Wigzell, Jennifer Pelphrey
    Executive Producers: Brian A. Miller, Rob Sorcher
    Supervising Producer: Jordan Reichek
    IATSE®
    ©2015, The Cartoon Network, A Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved.

    Note: Steve Blum replaces Phil Hayes as King Nixel, and Peter Jason replaces Rodger Bumpass as Major Nixel.

    Directed by: Jordan Reichek
    Story by: Jordan Reichek
    Written and Storyboarded by: Michael Diederich, Skip Jones, Steven Banks
    Art Director: Timothy Barnes
    Producer: Donna Smith
    Character, Prop & Effects Design: Miranda Dressler
    Production Coordinator: Daniel Bejines
    Color Styling by: Maria Vitan, Christa Castro
    Background Design and Paint by: Timothy Barnes, Stephen Lewis, Rob Romero, Francis Giglio
    Design Cleanup: Erik Elizarrez

    Voices
    Jeff Glen Bennett
    - Camillot, Ranger Jinx, Kid #02
    Richard Horvitz - Mixadel, Kid #01, Kid #06
    Daran Norris - Tiketz, Amphipod, Incid #14
    Tom Kenny - Booger, Incid #04, Big Kid #04, Big Kid #01
    Andrew Kishino - Incid #11, Incid #07
    Rodger Bumpass - Narrator, Gate Keeper, Kid #08
    Eric Bauza - Paladum, Mixapod, Mixamals
    Cree Summer - Teacher, Jamzy, Kid #11
    Phil Hayes - Coach, Kuffs, Incid #06
    Dave Fennoy - King, Sergeant
    Chris Cox - Principal, Busto, Big Kid #07

    Rampaging Mixelopters, and Special Vocal Effects - Michael Winslow

    Voice Direction: Jordan Reichek
    Recording Studio Manager: Susy Campos
    Recording Engineer: Robert Serda
    Director Production Technology: Antonio Gonella
    Animatic Timer: Joe Campana
    Sheet Timing: Randy Myers, Karl Fischer, Kevin Petrilak
    Animation Checking: Sandy Benenati, Vicki Caspar
    Picture Editor: Rob Getzschman
    Assistant Editor: Anna Granfors
    Dialogue Editor: Tony Ostyn
    Composer: Kiara Geller
    Sound Supervisor: Timothy J. Borquez, M.P.S.E.
    Sound Effects Editor: Daisuke Sawa
    Re-Recording Mixers: Timothy J. Borquez, CAS, Nick Gotten
    Post Production Supervisor: Tony Tedford
    Post Production Coordinator: Alicia Parkinson
    Production Estimator: Neringa Salehi
    Production Administration: Linda Barry
    Animation by: Big Star Entertainment
    Special Thanks to: Jill Wilfert, Keith Malone, Camilla Haahr, Andrew Hugh Seenan
    Current Series Executive: Tatiana Krokar
    Executive Producers: Tramm Wigzell, Jennifer Pelphrey
    Executive Producers: Brian A. Miller, Rob Sorcher
    Supervising Producer: Jordan Reichek
    IATSE®
    ©2015, The Cartoon Network, A Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved.

    Directed by: Jordan Reichek
    Story by: Jordan Reichek
    Written and Storyboarded by: Michael Diederich, Skip Jones, Steven Banks
    Art Director: Timothy Barnes
    Producer: Donna Smith
    Character, Prop & Effects Design: Miranda Dressler
    Color Styling by: Maribel Pozos, Robin Police
    Production Coordinator: Daniel Bejines
    Background Design and Paint by: Timothy Barnes, Stephen Lewis
    Design Cleanup: Erik Elizarrez
    Special Effects Design: John Aquino, Mike Jones
    After Effects: Vitaliy Strokous

    Voices
    Tom Kenny
    - Booger, Screeno, Mysto, Blip, Inc. 19, Soda Machine Inc.
    Steve Blum - King Nix, Spinza, Aquad, Kuffs, Inc. 32, Inc. 35
    Richard Horvitz - Scrud, Splasho, Mixie Cat, Inc. 12, Frosticon Inc., Liftoff Announcer
    Jess Harnell - Zabo, Hydro, Dr. Surgeo, Inc. 23, Song Vocals, Infernite Inc.
    Peter Jason - Major Nix, Tuth, Fire Chief, Sharx, Dentist Patient, Inc. 25
    Gregg Bissonette - Myke, Camsta, Patient
    Leonard Garner - Cobrax, Mixel Parent, Frazzeled Mixel

    Voice Direction: Jordan Reichek
    Recording Studio Manager: Susy Campos / Stacy Renfroe
    Recording Engineer: Robert Serda / Bill Devine
    Director Production Technology: Antonio Gonella
    Composer: Kiara Geller

    "Go, Go, Go Mighty Nindjas!"
    Theme Song Written by:
    Jordan Reichek, Skip Jones, Michael Diederich, Kiara Geller

    Animatic Timer: Joe Campana
    Sheet Timing: Randy Myres, Sherie Pollack, Eddie Houchins, Majella Milne
    Animation Checking: Sandy Benenati, Vicki Caspar
    Picture Editor: Rob Getzschman
    Assistant Editor: Anna Granfors
    Dialogue Editor: Tony Ostyn
    Sound Supervisor: Timothy J. Borquez, M.P.S.E
    Sound Effects Editor: Daisuke Sawa
    Re-Recording Mixers: Timothy J. Borquez, CAS, Nick Gotten
    Post Production Supervisor: Tony Tedford
    Post Production Manager: Alicia Parkinson
    Production Estimator: Neringa Salehi
    Production Administration: Linda Barry
    Animation by: Saerom Animation, Inc.
    Special Thanks to: Jill Wilfert, Keith Malone, Camilla Haahr, Andrew Hugh Seenan
    Current Series Executive: Tatiana Krokar
    Executive Producers: Tramm Wigzell, Jennifer Pelphrey
    Executive Producers: Brian A. Miller, Rob Sorcher
    Supervising Producer: Jordan Reichek
    IATSE®
    ©2016, The Cartoon Ntwork, A Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved.

    Note: Steve Blum replaces Kuffs, Richard Horvitz replaces Kraw (Inc. 12), and Gregg Bissonette replaces Krog (Patient). Kraw's original voice actor from MIXELS and MIXELS MIXED UP SPECIAL! is unknown and uncredited.
     
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    AVAILABILITY (US)
    SHORTS

    The first 20 shorts are available on iTunes and Google Play in the United States and Canada.
    The first 20 shorts (sans "Changing a Light Bulb" and "Rockball") are available on Cartoon Network's website.
    All 22 shorts are available on LEGO's YouTube channel and website for free, internationally, in English.
    All of the Wave 4 shorts except "Tall Tales From Da Moon!" are available on LEGO's YouTube channel and website for free, internationally, in English.

    SPECIALS
    Mixels Mixed Up Special!, Mixel Moon Madness!, and Every Knight Has Its Day are available on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, and Google Play in the United States and Canada.

    All specials except for Mixels Mixed Up Special! and Every Knight Has Its Day are currently available on Cartoon Network's website in the US if you log into your cable provider.

    Mixel Moon Madness! and Quest for the Mixamajig are available in the US on Cartoon Network's YouTube for free.

    Check with your cable provider to see if Mixels is available on demand.
     
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    Riley Everything's the fault of a Yo-kæi™

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    An interesting trivial fact: some dubbings of the specials, reluctant to translate the titles, title the episodes based on what wave they are released for.
    • Mixels Mixed Up Special! = Mixels Special
    • Mixel Moon Madness! = Mixels Wave 4 Special
    • Quest for the Mixamajig = Mixels Wave 6 Special
    • Every Knight Has Its Day = Mixels Wave 7 Special
    • Nixel, Nixel, Go Away = Mixels Wave 9 Special
     
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    Riley Everything's the fault of a Yo-kæi™

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    As of October 1st, 2016, at 6:00 P.M. Eastern Time, the Mixels TV series has come to an end.
     

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