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Butterbean's Café
Release dates November 12, 2018 (USA)
December 26, 2018 (Canada via Treehouse)
January 8, 2019 (Europe, Middle East and Africa)
February 4, 2019 (Germany)
Running time 21-23 minutes
Genre Comedy
Studio Brown Bag Films
Nickelodeon Animation Studio
Distributed By Viacom Media Networks (USA, Global)
9 Story Media Group (Canada)
Amazon Prime Video (Global)
Soundtrack The Soundtrack

Butterbean's Café is a 3D computer-animated television series created by Jonny Belt and Robert Scull, creators of Bubble Guppies, that was ordered by Nickelodeon[1] and debuted on the said channel in the US on November 12, 2018. Its sister preschool channel, Nick Jr. , carried its broadcast on its corresponding global channels from January 8, 2019 and Treehouse TV carried the Canadian broadcast. A total of with 40 episodes was scheduled for its first season which is completed according to Amazon's Prime Video data on its 3rd volume package of the series.

On June 4, 2019, Nickelodeon through its parent company, Viacom, has announced its renewal for a second season - the same for like-minded Abby Hatcher, among other current preschool favorites: PAW Patrol and Bubble Guppies.[2][3]


Butterbean is a young fairy who with her friends head to Puddlebrook, a magical land filled with anthropomorphic chipmunks and rabbits to open up and ran a café. Butterbean runs her very own café with her little sister, Cricket, and her friends; Poppy, Dazzle and Jasper.

But trying to put a stop to them is the fussy Ms. Marmalady, who will stop at nothing to put her out of business.

Each episode focuses on Butterbean and her friends as they work together to create fun new recipes while holding interview sessions with the viewers to discuss the current goings-on.


Note: The following cast is the main cast:


This is the fist of 4 new series ordered by the network to speed up preschool programming on its its preschool sister channel.[4]


For the first time since PAW Patrol's debut in 2013, this series' debut scored double-figures in ratings, i.e. drawing 727,000 Kids 2–5 and 2 million total viewers.[5][6]


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  1. The series' debut on Nick Jr.
  2. Nickelodeon renewal of 4 Preschool Hits according to Animation Magazine
  3. Nickelodeon renewal of 4 Preschool Hits according to
  4. Nickelodeon doubling Preschool Programming for its sister Nick Jr. channel
  5. Ratings for this series'debut according to Variety
  6. Ratings for this series'debut
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