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Team Umizoomi
Team Umizoomi logo.png
Show logo
Also known asUmizoomi
Created by
  • Soo Kim
  • Michael T. Smith
  • Jennifer Twomey
Developed byTeri Weiss
Directed byMatt Sheridan
Theme music composerMary Wood

Scott Hollingsworth

P.T. Walkley
Opening theme"Team Umizoomi Theme"
Ending theme"Team Umizoomi Theme" (instrumental)
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons4
No. of episodes80 (list of episodes)
Executive producerJennifer Twomey
  • Soo Kim
  • Michael T. Smith
Running time24 minutes
45 minutes (special episodes in Seasons 2-4)
Production companies
DistributorMTV Networks[1]
Original network
Picture formatNTSC
Audio formatSurround
Original releaseJanuary 25, 2010 (2010-01-25) –
April 24, 2015 (2015-04-24)
External links

Team Umizoomi is an American live-action and computer-animated musical children's television series with an emphasis on mathematical concepts, such as counting, sequences, shapes, patterns, measurements, and equalities. Neither imperial nor metric units are used in the show, meaning it can be shown in any location, regardless of which system is used locally.[2] Using live actors and props with animated characters, vehicles and environments, the series follows the adventures of the titular Team Umizoomi, a trio of tiny superheroes who use mathematics to solve whatever problems occur in and around their home of Umi City.

In the United States, Team Umizoomi debuted on Nickelodeon on January 25, 2010.[3] On February 20, 2014, it was confirmed that the series would not be renewed for a fifth season, and the live-action roles are not credited.[4] However, reruns continue to air on the Nick Jr. channel and block.

A video game based on the series was released for the Nintendo DS on November 1, 2011.


  • Milli (voiced by Sophia Fox in Season 1, later Madeleine Rose Yen in Season 2-4) - A 6-year old girl who has abilities related to patterns and measuring. By singing certain phrases, she can use patterns to solve problems.
  • Geo (voiced by Ethan Kempner in seasons 1-3 and Juan Mirt in season 4) - A 5-year old boy who is Milli's brother[5] who solves problems using shapes to make objects, like vehicles.
  • Bot (voiced by Donovan Patton) - A green robot who can extend his limbs to reach things, or use the screen on his belly (referred to as his "belly screen") to make calls and do math.
  • UmiCar (voiced by P.T. Walkley) - The team's anthropomorphic orange car that can speak by only his name, who drives the team wherever their help is needed. He also beeps. UmiCar has been depicted as non-sentient in many early episodes, but has since become fully self-aware.
  • Dump Truck - A living dump truck who doesn't speak real words. He has the ability to release big exhaust fumes who doesn't play fair.
  • The Shape Bandit (P.T. Walkley): A bandit cat who steals shapes.
  • Squiddy the Squid (Chris Phillips): A squid who creates all sorts of inventions.
  • The TroubleMakers (Little Trouble voiced by Nick Heatherington and Big Trouble voiced by Jason Harris): Two mischievous foes with the use of their TroubleRays stir up all sorts of trouble in Umi City and often sabotage Team Umizoomi in their tracks.
    • TroubleTruck: The duo’s transportation unit.
  • DoorMouse (Joe Narcisco (season 1-early season 2), Chris Phillips (late season 2-season 4). The security brown mouse who lives in Umi City, and he assists the Team to solve his riddles.
  • SharkCar: Umicar's best friend


Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 19 January 25, 2010 (2010-01-25) October 20, 2010 (2010-10-20)
2 20 October 18, 2010 (2010-10-18) October 14, 2011 (2011-10-14)
3 19 January 16, 2012 (2012-01-16) December 6, 2012 (2012-12-06)
4 20 February 4, 2013 (2013-02-04) April 24, 2015 (2015-04-24)

Toys and merchandising

Fisher-Price released the first official "Team Umizoomi" toys in early 2012 and were made until 2015. The first products available included plush dolls, bath toys, and figurines featuring characters and vehicles from the show.[6]

DVD releases

Paramount Home Media Distribution is the DVD distributor for the series.

Main releases

Name Release Date Number of Episodes Episode Titles
Team Umizoomi June 28, 2011 4
  • "The Rolling Toy Parade"
  • "Kite Festival"
  • "The Legend of the Blue Mermaid"
  • "The Wild West Toy Train Show"
Journey to Numberland September 6, 2011 3
  • "The King of Numbers!"
  • "Picnic"
  • "The Dinosaur Museum Mishap"
UmiGames June 2, 2012 4
  • "The Umi Games"
  • "Boardwalk Games"
  • "Crazy Skates"
  • "Carnival"
Animal Heroes May 14, 2013 4
  • "Purple Monkey Mission"
  • "Buster the Lost Dog"
  • "Cuckoo Bears"
  • "Animal School House!"
Meet Shark Car! May 19, 2015 4
  • "Shark Car"
  • "Umi Toy Store"
  • "Stompasaurus"
  • "Lost and Found Toys"
Umi Space Heroes June 2, 2015 1
  • "Umi Space Heroes"

Episodes on Nick Jr. compilation DVDs

Name Release Date Number of Episodes Episode Titles
Nickelodeon: Merry Christmas! October 4, 2011 1
  • "Santa's Little Fixers"
Nickelodeon: Dance to the Music February 28, 2012 1
  • "The Butterfly Dance Show"
Nickelodeon: Let's Learn ABCs January 15, 2013 1
  • "To the Library"
Nickelodeon: Let's Learn 123s January 15, 2013 2
  • "Counting Comet"
  • "Super Soap!"
Nickelodeon: Rootin' Tootin' Wild West January 29, 2013 (Walmart)
August 6, 2013 (retail)
  • "Shooting Star"
Nickelodeon: Once Upon a Rhyme April 30, 2013 1
  • "The Umi City Treasure Hunt"
Nickelodeon: Let's Learn Colors July 23, 2013 1
  • "Kite Festival"
Bubble Guppies/Team Umizoomi: Into the Snow We Go! October 15, 2013 2
  • "A Sledding Snow Day"
  • "City of Lost Penguins"
Nickelodeon: Let's Learn Patterns and Shapes August 5, 2014 (Walmart)
September 9, 2014 (Retail)
  • "Team Umizoomi vs. the Shape Bandit"
Nickelodeon: Springtime Adventures! February 26, 2015 1
  • "Umi Egg Hunt"
Nickelodeon: Let's Learn S.T.E.M. April 28, 2015 1
  • "Let's Play Math Dragons"
Nickelodeon: Let's Learn Kindness July 21, 2015 1
  • "Stolen Lunches"
Nickelodeon: Celebrate Fall! August 18, 2015 1
  • "The Ghost Family Costume Party"
Nickelodeon: Puppy Palooza! August 25, 2015 1
  • "Buster the Lost Dog"
Nickelodeon: Let's Learn S.T.E.M. Vol. 2 May 3, 2016 2
  • "Job Well Done"
  • "Race to the Top of Shape Mountain"

Video games

Name Release Date Publisher Notes
Team Umizoomi November 1, 2011 2K Play [7][8]
Team Umizoomi & Dora's Fantastic Flight November 6, 2012 2K Play [9][10]
Team Umizoomi Learning Game: Umi City Heroes 2014 Leapfrog [11][12]


  1. ^ Leffler, Rebecca (October 4, 2010). "MTVNI touting 5,000 hours of programming". International. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved November 18, 2010.
  2. ^ Team Umizoomi Curriculum  from NickJr, accessed 30 December 2011
  3. ^ Crump, William D. (2019). Happy Holidays—Animated! A Worldwide Encyclopedia of Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and New Year's Cartoons on Television and Film. McFarland & Co. p. 272. ISBN 9781476672939.
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