Thursday, March 31, 2022

The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder | Season One Episode Guide | Paramount Plus

Paramount+ today premiered the streaming service's brand new original series The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder! All 13 episodes of the debut season are now available to stream, exclusively on Paramount+ in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Nordics and Latin America. Try it FREE at!

Combining live action and animation, The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder picks up years after the original ended by following Timmy Turner’s cousin, Vivian “Viv” Turner, and her new stepbrother, Roy Raskin, as they navigate life in Dimmsdale with the help of their fairy godparents, Wanda and Cosmo.

Check out the details about each episode of season one with their official loglines below!:

1 - Cake, Dance, & Solid Gold Pants: Timmy Turner is excited to gift his cousin Vivian with his Fairy Godparents on her first day living in Dimmsdale. However, when her new stepbrother Roy accidentally witnesses the transfer, Viv and Roy are forced to share Cosmo and Wanda. (#101)

2 - The Forbidden Phrase: Roy and Viv turn the people of Earth into mindless dancers after wishing to write the catchiest song of all time as a way to save their parents' dance studio. (#103)

3 - King Roydas: Roy wishes that everything he touches turns to gold despite Viv's objections. When his "Roydas Touch" inevitably goes awry, Roy is determined to save the town from an angry wolf AND still prove his wish is still golden. (#105)

4 - Vicky's Best Friend: To prove Dimmsdale's nemesis Vicky is only mean because she's lonely, Viv wishes that Vicky would become best friends with the next person she sees...which is Viv. Roy then wishes HE were Vicky's best friend to prove Viv wrong. (#104)

5 - Cheater Cheater Cookie Eater: When Viv learns of Rachel's past failures as a Cookie Scout, she wishes they could enter the Mother-Daughter Competition together. Rachel's extreme tactics get them into trouble, but luckily Roy and Ty end up in the perfect position to bail them out. (#106)

6 - The Most Popular Person: Viv struggles to fit in on her first day of school and wishes to become the Most Popular Person at Dimmsdale Jr. High. Roy learns that popularity isn't everything and wishes for a new best friend who will truly love him, Buddy the butt-biting dog. (#102)

7 - The Show Off: Unable to impress her crush in the real world, Viv wishes Dimmsdale was like the show Riverpound, where princes fall for girls like her. Roy spitefully wishes Dimmsdale was like the show Action High and ends up getting captured by evil villain Vicky. (#108)

8 - Back to the Scooter: When Ty and Rachel refuse to host Roy and Viv's school dance at their dance studio, Wanda and Cosmo poof in The Time Scooter, allowing the kids to alter the past in 1996 as they attempt to change their minds. (#109)

9 - Codzillard!: Roy unleashes a giant fish monster Codzillard on Dimmsdale in an attempt to convince Viv to stay in Dimmsdale after her best friend from Oldsburg tries to persuade her to move back. (#110)

10 - Roynocchio: Roy does whatever his peers ask to win the class election, but when Viv calls him out Roy accidentally wishes he were a puppet. Viv & Roy wind up on talent show, The Dimm Factor, where Viv will have to help save Roy from losing Wanda & Cosmo forever. (#111)

11 - Da Wish App: While Wanda and Cosmo are off in Fairy World, Roy and Viv use Da Wish App to grant their wishes, until they inadvertently unleash a horde of Zombies in their home on Hornet Day. Just wait, you'll see. (#107)

12 - Fairies Away! Pt 1: Vicky sets out on her evil plan to free Mr. Crocker and capture Cosmo and Wanda. Meanwhile, at odds over whether it's best to make wishes for yourself or others, Viv wishes for her own talk show to help people, and Roy wishes for a "Roy Day" party. (#112)

13 - Fairies Away! Pt 2: Viv and Roy must resolve their differences and come together to rescue Cosmo and Wanda, and stop Mr. Crocker and Vicky's evil plan to control and take over the Fairy World. (#113)

In THE FAIRLY ODDPARENTS: FAIRLY ODDER, Ty Turner uproots his life to reunite with his high school sweetheart, Rachel Raskin, in the town of Dimmsdale, thrusting his cautious 13-year-old daughter, Viv, into a new world where she does not fit in. Once there, Viv’s cousin, Timmy, entrusts his fairy godparents, Wanda and Cosmo, to help her adjust by taking her under their wings. Witnessing the fairy transfer take place, Viv’s charismatic new stepbrother, Roy, also inherits them, and the two siblings must take turns making wishes. Together, they learn to overcome the obstacles in their path, all with the help from their new wand-wielding and wish-granting fairy godparents.

THE FAIRLY ODDPARENTS: FAIRLY ODDER stars Audrey Grace Marshall as Vivian “Viv” Turner; Tyler Wladis as Roy Raskin; Laura Bell Bundy as Roy’s mom, Rachel Raskin; Ryan-James Hatanaka as Viv’s dad, Ty Turner; and Imogen Cohen as their friend, Zina Zacarias. Original voice cast Susanne Blakeslee and Daran Norris return to voice the iconic, and still animated, fairly godparents, Wanda and Cosmo respectively. Guest stars include Carlos Alazraqui ("Rocko's Modern Life") as Mr. Crocker and Mary Kate Wiles as Vicky.

Nickelodeon’s beloved animated “The Fairly OddParents” series, which ran from 2001-2017 with 172 episodes, followed the magical adventures of 10-year-old Timmy Turner and his well-meaning fairy godparents who grant him wishes. During its run, “The Fairly OddParents” became one of Nickelodeon’s most beloved properties from both fans and critics alike, having won and been nominated for dozens of awards. All 10 seasons of the original “The Fairly OddParents” are available to binge on Paramount+. “The Fairly OddParents” was created by Butch Hartman.

THE FAIRLY ODDPARENTS: FAIRLY ODDER original series for Paramount+ is produced by Nickelodeon Productions. The series is executive produced by Christopher J. Nowak (“Danger Force,” “Henry Danger,” “Sam & Cat”), who also serves as showrunner, and Samantha Martin (“Danger Force,” “Henry Danger The Musical”). Butch Hartman (“The Fairly OddParents,” “Danny Phantom,” “T.U.F.F. Puppy”) and Fred Seibert (“The Fairly OddParents,” “Adventure Time,” “Castlevania”) serve as executive producers. The pilot is directed and executive produced by Mike Caron (“Danger Force,” “Side Hustle,” “Henry Danger”).

THE FAIRLY ODDPARENTS: FAIRLY ODDER joins Paramount+’s growing lineup of original and exclusive kids’ programming, including the new animated series BIG NATE, STAR TREK: PRODIGY, RUGRATS and KAMP KORAL: SPONGEBOB’S UNDER YEARS, and movies including THE SPONGEBOB MOVIE: SPONGE ON THE RUN, THE J TEAM, PAW PATROL: THE MOVIE and CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG.





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Originally published: March 31, 2022.

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