Wednesday, February 15, 2017

First-Look At Sneak-Peek Of "Bunsen Is A Beast", Premiering Monday 20th February 2017 On Nickelodeon USA

To celebrate Nickelodeon USA airing a sneak-peek of the networks brand-new original animated comedy series Bunsen is a Beast on Monday, Feb. 20, at 7:30 p.m. (ET/PT), Nick USA has unveiled a monsteriffic first-look at the sneak-peek episode, "Bunsen is a Beast!"/"Body and the Beast" (#101), which you can watch in the fantastic online streaming video clip here on!

In the first part of Nickelodeon's sneak-peek of Bunsen is a Beast!, titled "Bunsen is a Beast!", Bunsen attends his first day of human middle school in hopes of proving that beasts and humans can happily co-exist! Then, in "Body and the Beast", Bunsen literally loses his head on picture day and Mikey has to help him find it before picture time! In Nickelodeon's first-look at the networks sneak-peek of Bunsen is a Beast!, "Hall Monitor Amanda", Mikey has welcomed Bunsen into his school with open arms! Amanda, on the other hand, might ruin Mikey's excitement!

Following the sneak-peek, Nick USA will start to premiere Bunsen is a Beast! daily at 5:30 p.m. (ET/PT) between Monday, Feb. 21 and Friday, Feb. 24, with brand-new episodes continuing to premiere in the shows regular timeslot of Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. (ET/PT).

Created and executive produced by Butch Hartman (The Fairly OddParents), the 20-episode series follows the adventures of Bunsen, the first beast to attend a human grade school, and his best friend Mikey. Bunsen is a Beast is produced by Nickelodeon in Burbank.

Bunsen is a Beast tells the story of Bunsen and Mikey, two new friends who embark on endless fun and adventures in their town of Muckledunk. As the first beast ever to attend a middle school for human kids, Bunsen feels the pressure to succeed and prove to the world that monsters can live among humans…and they won’t eat everyone for lunch. With help from Mikey, Bunsen will learn how to accomplish human world tasks, like, doing homework, eating ice cream, and riding the bus. In turn, Mikey will learn to navigate the Beast World and meet all the weird and wonderful beasts that reside there.

In the series premiere, “Bearly Acceptable Behavior,” Amanda tries to get Bunsen kicked out of school when he brings a dangerous bear to class. Next during, “Beast Busters,” Bunsen and Mikey have to save Amanda from mischievous Sneeze Beasts that escape from Bunsen’s nose.

'Bunsen is a Beast!'

The Bunsen is a Beast voice cast includes: Jeremy Rowley (iCarly) as Bunsen, the first beast ever to attend a middle school for human kids; Ben Giroux (Henry Danger) as Mikey, a sweet and quirky kid and Bunsen’s best friend; Cristina Milizia (Monster High) as Darcy, Bunsen and Mikey’s homeschooled friend; Kari Wahlgren (The Fairly OddParents) as Amanda Killman, the rigid and rule bound beast hater; comedy legend Cheri Oteri (Saturday Night Live) as Miss Flap, Mikey and Bunsen’s eccentric teacher; Jeff Bennett (Jake and the Neverland Pirates) as Bunsen’s Dad; and Jennifer Hale (The Powerpuff Girls) as Bunsen’s Mom. Additionally, Wahlgren and Rowley also voice Mikey’s Mom and Dad.

Visit, Facebook, Instagram and the Nick App to learn more about Bunsen is a Beast. A sneak peek will air on Monday, Feb. 20, at 7:30 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon, and a full-length episode is currently available on, Nick On Demand, and the Nick App, available for download on iOS, Apple TV, Roku, Android, and Android TV.

Hartman began his animation career as an assistant animator on An American Tail. He created his own shorts for What a Cartoon!, and also wrote and directed episodes of Dexter’s Laboratory, Cow & Chicken and Johnny Bravo. Bunsen is a Beast marks Hartman’s fourth animated series for Nickelodeon. Hartman joined Nickelodeon in 1998 where he created and produced several cartoon shorts for the Oh Yeah! Cartoons series, including The Fairly OddParents. Commemorating the 10th anniversary of the animated series, Hartman brought the series to life in the 2010 live-action/CG animated hit TV movie, A Fairly OddMovie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! The series came to life once again in the original TV movie, A Fairly Odd Christmas in 2012 and A Fairly OddSummer in 2014. Hartman is also the creator of Nickelodeon’s animated series Danny Phantom and T.U.F.F. Puppy.

Mikey and Bunsen play with the Ping Pongapus in Nickelodeon’s Bunsen is a Beast

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