This is an educational TV series produced by Cinar/Cookie Jar and Hal Leonard Productions. It is a follow-up to Groovy Girls: Fun Club. It aired on YTV in Canada, CBeebies in the UK and was released exclusively to DVD in the US. It aired from August 2002-April 2004.
In January-July 2015, episodes were shown at 6 am as part of Funhouse Network's "Playground" block.
Voice Cast Edit
Mr. Johnathan-the teacher, voiced by Donovan Patton (in same voice as Joe from Blue's Clues) in US and Canada, but Marc Silk (in same voice as Lingo from The Lingo Show) in the UK
Kali-an African-American girl who loves the wintertime voiced by Cree Summer
Krista-Kali's best friend who is inseparable from her and loves animals, voiced by Kath Soucie
Vanessa (light skin)-an American girl who is a "hippie of the 90's." Voiced by Kari Wahlgren.
Verity-a British, rebellious girl who feels like an outcast but is proud of it.
Victoria-a Canadian girl who likes to tease yet has a heart of gold. Voiced by Annick Obonsawin.
Daphne-a super-shy girl who is Brenna's best friend voiced by Candi Milo
Danika-a gymnastics fanatic voiced by Nika Futterman
Darci-a sporty hippie girl who dislikes violence voiced by Chiara Zanni
Blake-an adventurous boy who is a bit of a bully voiced by Annie Mumulo.
Brandon-Blake's adventurous friend voiced by Nika Futterman.
Angelique-a total diva voiced by Annick Obonsawin
Ayanna-a girl interested in fashion design voiced by Jessica DiCicco
Ailene-a loopy fashionista voiced by Kari Wahlgren
Britta-a sweet and kind girl who loves writing in her diary voiced by Jennifer Hale
Bindi-the daughter of a veterinarian voiced by Kath Soucie
Brenna-Daphne's best friend and "translator"
Noella-Santa's little helper voiced by Kari Wahlgren.
Willow-a witch voiced by Athena Karkanis
Cicely-a soccer-loving girl who dislikes and is embarrassed by cliques voiced by Chiara Zanni
Celeste-a cowgirl voiced by Kath Soucie
Carissa-a sweet and smart girl voiced by Jessica DiCicco
Marissa-a mermaid voiced by Jessica DiCicco
Myra-a mermaid voiced by Nika Futterman.
- The personalities and voices of the characters (save for Blake and Victoria's voices) would later be carried on to the Groovy Girls TV Show geared towards an older audience.
- It is the most obscure of the 3 Groovy Girls TV shows, remaining virtually unknown after 2004 except for a single video online (and a few CBeebies promos for it) up until January 2015.