ReBoot

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ReBoot is a Canadian computer-animated action-adventure television series that originally aired from 1994 to 2001. It was produced by Vancouver-based production company Mainframe Entertainment, Alliance Communications and BLT Productions. read more
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ReBoot is a Canadian computer-animated action-adventure television series that originally aired from 1994 to 2001. It was produced by Vancouver-based production company Mainframe Entertainment, Alliance Communications and BLT Productions. The animated series was created by Gavin Blair, Ian Pearson, Phil Mitchell, and John Grace, with the visuals designed by Brendan McCarthy after an initial attempt by Ian Gibson. The series follows the adventures of a Guardian named Bob and his companions Enzo and Dot Matrix as they work to keep the computer system of Mainframe safe from the viruses known as Megabyte and Hexadecimal. It was the world's first completely computer-animated TV series.

Original Release

09/10/1994

US Release

09/10/1994

Cast

Tony Jay Megabyte
Paul Dobson Bob (Voice)
Michael Benyaer Bob
Shirley Milliner Hexadecimal
Sharon Alexander AndrAIa
Matthew Sinclair Enzo Matrix
Stevie Vallance Mouse
Paul Dobson Matrix / Bob (Voice)
Jesse Moss Enzo Matrix
Kathleen Barr Dot Matrix (Voice)
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Daemon Rising Friday, 19 October 2001
2 Cross Nodes Wednesday, 10 October 2001
3 What's Love Got to Do with It? Friday, 26 October 2001
4 Sacrifice Friday, 02 November 2001
5 My Two Bobs Friday, 09 November 2001
6 Life's a Glitch Friday, 16 November 2001
7 Null-Bot of the Bride Friday, 23 November 2001
8 Crouching Binome, Hidden Virus Friday, 30 November 2001
9 Daemon Rising The Movie (e1-e4)
10 Daemon Rising: The Movie (S04E01-S04E04)
11 My Two Bobs The Movie (e5-e8)
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Directors

Dick Zondag, Steve Ball, George Samilski, J. Falconer, Michael Robison, Ezekiel Norton, James Boshier, Michael Ferraro, Stephen Cooper, Michaela Zabranska, Alan Best, Andrew Duncan, Mark Schiemann, Ian Pearson, Nicholas Kendall, Owen Hurley

Writers

Ian Pearson, Gavin Blair, Lane Raichert, Susan Turner, Dan Didio, Brendan McCarthy, Martin Borycki, Philip Mitchell, Len Wein, Mark Edward Edens, Mark Hoffmeier, Christy Marx, Jono Howard, Marv Wolfman, Mark Leiren-Young, Jeff Ross, Adria Budd Johnson, Mark Schiemann, Katherine Lawrence, Steve Ball, Ian Weir, Ken Pontac, D.C. Fontana

Creators

Gavin Blair, Ian Pearson, John Grace, Philip Mitchell

Cast

Tony Jay Megabyte
Paul Dobson Bob (Voice)
Michael Benyaer Bob
Shirley Milliner Hexadecimal
Sharon Alexander AndrAIa
Matthew Sinclair Enzo Matrix
Stevie Vallance Mouse
Paul Dobson Matrix / Bob (Voice)
Jesse Moss Enzo Matrix
Kathleen Barr Dot Matrix (Voice)
Kathleen Barr Dot Matrix / System / Dot Matrix (Voice)
Kathleen Barr Dot Matrix / Dot Matrix (Voice)
Sharon Alexander
Andrea Libman
Andrea Libman AndrAIa
Matthew Sinclair
Christopher Gray
Giacomo Baessato Enzo Matrix
Long John Baldry Captain Capacitor
Donal Gibson Ray Tracer

Producers

Christopher J. Brough Executive Producer
Steve Barron Executive Producer
Kim Dent Wilder Executive Producer
Jay Firestone Executive Producer
Ian Pearson Executive Producer
Stéphane Reichel Executive Producer
Mark Ralston Executive Producer
Glenn Griffiths Executive Producer
Philip Mitchell Executive Producer
Asaph Fipke Executive Producer
Steven DeNure Executive Producer
Christopher J. Brough Producer
Barbara Dawson Producer
Warren Low Producer
Jeanie Lamb Producer
Ian Pearson Producer
Judy Slattery Producer
Stéphane Reichel Producer

Editors

William Lau, James Boshier, Sylvain Blais, Paul Gill, Dermot Shane, Greg Donis

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