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|show_name = Cland Ann
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|image = [[File:Cland Ann logo.png|250px]]
|caption1=Series logo
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|genre = Animated sitcom<br />Fantasy
|genre=Animated sitcom
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|creator = [[Geo G.]]
Fantasy
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|developer = Geo G.<br />[[Michael Wildshill]]
|created_by=Howard Mikeston <br />Michael Wildshill
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|voices = [[Jason Marsden]]<br />[[Max Casella]]<br />[[Pamela Hayden]]<br />[[Michael Gough]]<br>[[Jim Cummings]]<br />[[Tress MacNeille]]<br />[[Jess Harnell]]<br />[[Hynden Walch]]<br />[[Maurice LaMarche]]<br />[[Frank Welker]]<br />Geo G.
|developed_by=Howard Mikeston<br />Geo G.<br />Michael Wildshill
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|composer = [[Stewart Copeland]]<br />[[Mark Mothersbaugh]]
|starring=[[Jason Marsden]]<br />[[Max Casella]]<br />[[Pamela Hayden]]<br />[[Michael Gough]]<br />[[Jim Cummings]]<br />[[Tress MacNeille]]<br />[[Jess Harnell]]<br />[[Hynden Walch]]<br />[[Maurice LaMarche]]<br />[[Frank Welker]]<br />Mala Miles
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|country = United States
|composer(s)=Thomas Chase<br />Steve Rucker
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|language = English
|country_of_origin=United States
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|num_seasons = 13
|language=English
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|num_episodes = 263
|no_of_seasons=13
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|executive_producer = Geo G.<br />Michael Wildshill<br />[[Steve Samono]]<br />[[Terry Ward]]
|no_of_episodes=263
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|producer = [[Dino Stamatopoulos]]<br />[[J. Stewart Burns]]<br />[[Peter Webber]]
|executive_producer(s)=Mala Miles<br />Jeremy Carpenter<br />Michael Wildshill<br />Steve Samono<br />Terry Ward
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|editor = [[Adam Katz]]<br />Pam Ziegenhagen
|running_time=22 minutes
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|runtime = 22 minutes
|production_company(s)=[[Glass Ball Productions]]<br />Wonderful Neon Productions<br />[[The Mikeston Company]]<br />Gingo Animation
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|company = [[Glass Ball Productions]] and [[Wonderful Neon Productions]] <small>(Season 1-13)</small><br>[[w:c:clearwater:Clearwater Animation|Clearwater Animation]] <small>(season 13-present)</small><br>[[20th Century Fox Television]]
|distributor=[[Fremantle Media]]
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|distributor = [[20th Television]]
|original_channel=[[NBC]]
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|network = [[ABC]] (2001–14)<br />[[Fox]] (2017-present)
|original_run=September 7, 2001 - June 15, 2014
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|picture_format = 480i (4:3) (2001–10)<br />HDTV 1080i (2010–14)
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|first_aired – last_aired = '''Original series''':<br />September 7, 2001 – May 21, 2014<br />'''Revived series''':<br />September 2017 – present
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|status = Ended, but with syndicated reruns}}
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:''For the title character, see [[Cland Ann]].''
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'''''Cland Ann''''', also known as '''''Cland and Japper''''' in other countries, is an American animated fantasy sitcom created by [[Geo G.]] for the [[American Broadcasting Company]]. The series sets in a world of creatures with humans called [[Cremos]], and follows of a teenage boy named [[Cland Ann]] who teams up with a small white human (species from the ''[[Geo Universal]]'' franchise) named [[Japper McJapps]] to solve numerous problems, hang out with their other friends and stop villains from invading their home.
   
:''For the title character, see [[Cland Ann (character)]].''
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Originally intended to premiere on the [[Fox|Fox Broadcasting Company]], it was instead aired in the United States on ABC on September 7, 2001, to May 21, 2014, before ceasing production. However, in June 2016, Geo G. asked he is going to revive the show based on DVD sales, a la ''Futurama''. On July 5, 2016, he stated that the series would be revived after ''[[Cland Ann: Silo Wilo Strikes Back]]'', was released on DVD and Blu-ray in early 2017. Fox had picked up the show for 26 new half-hour episodes, which will air in 2017 and 2018 on Sundays. The show was also renewed for a fifteenth season.
'''''Cland Ann''''', also known as '''''Cland and Japper''''' in other countries, is an American animated fantasy sitcom created by [[Howard Mikeston]] and [[Michael Wildshill]] for the [[NBC]] cable television network. The series sets in a world of creatures with humans called [[Cremos]], and follows of a teenage boy named [[Cland Ann (character)|Cland Ann]] who teams up with a small white human named [[Japper McJapps]] to solve numerous problems, hang out with their other friends and stop villains from invading their home.
 
 
Originally developed for various other cable networks, it was instead aired in the United States on NBC on September 7, 2001, to June 15, 2014, before ceasing production. However, in June 2016, Mikeston stated that the series would possibly be revived for streaming services. In May 2018, it was announced that the series would be revived for a fourteenth and fifteenth season, on Hulu.
 
   
 
==Development==
 
==Development==
[[File:ClandAnn.jpg|thumb|left|Original promotional artwork for the show.]]
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[[File:ClandAnn.jpg|thumb|left|An original promotional artwork for the show.]]Creator Geo G. came up with the concept for ''Cland Ann'' in 1994, envisioning a story where a white human from the ''Geo Universal'' series meets a real human from the real Planet Earth in a world of humans and imaginary creatures and monsters.
Creator Howard Mikeston came up with the concept for ''Cland Ann'' in 1994, envisioning a story where a white creature meets a real human from the real Planet Earth in a world of humans and imaginary creatures and monsters.
 
   
Mikeston began working with Huynh Tuan Bao and Michael Wildshill in August 1997 to develop the idea and bring the show to [[]]. As the rest of the Bear Bones team were working on ''[[Zafe and Keth]]'', only few of the animators were allocated to the project. The rest of the team began work on ''Cland'' as well after the release of ''Zafe and Keth''. 
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Geo began working with Michael Wildshill in August 1997 to develop the idea and bring the show to [[Fox]]. As the rest of the Glass Ball Productions team were working on ''Geo TV'', only few of the animators were allocated to the project. The rest of the team began work on ''Cland'' as well after the release of ''Geo TV''. 
   
During the show's development, the show was originally called ''Cland and Japper''. Other titles that had been considered include, among others ''A Boy and His White Fellow'', ''Two Abnormal Bros'', and ''Humans and Creatures''. On November 20, 1999, it was revealed that the show's title was changed to ''Cland Ann'', thus making the main protagonist as the titular character of the show. The show's original title, ''Cland and Japper'', is still used in other countries.
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During the show's development at Fox, the show was originally called ''Cland and Japper''. Other titles that had been considered include, among others ''A Boy and His White Fellow'', ''Two Abnormal Bros'', and ''Humans and Creatures''. On November 20, 1999, it was revealed that the show's title was changed to ''Cland Ann'', thus making the main protagonist as the titular character of the show. The show's original title, ''Cland and Japper'', is still used in other countries.
   
''Cland Ann'' was first previewed on March 30, 2001, with the series premiering in September of that year.
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The show was in development for almost five years, and due to Fox moving ''Geo TV'' to ABC in 2000, ''Cland Ann'' was moved to the said channel instead. Like ''Geo TV'', ''Cland Ann'' was aired on Fox in some other countries like the United Kingdom.
   
On May 21, 2014, NBC cancelled the series, due to Miles wanting to continue working on post-production for ''Dot Box 3'', with Carpenter developing a movie based on ''Avery the Warrior''. In June 2016, Miles stated that the series would be revived, based on "what Nickelodeon thinks". On July 5, 2016, he announced that the series would be revived after ''[[Cland Ann: Silo Wilo Strikes Back]]'', released in February 2017.
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A sneak peek for the show was aired on August 27, 2001, with the ''Geo TV'' season 3 finale "[[Join the Gang Guys]]".
   
In late 2017, Nickelodeon was in talks with Miles and Carpenter for a fourteenth season which will contain 26 episodes, which would premiere on Hulu apposed to Nickelodeon. In May 2018, it was announced that the fourteenth season would premiere in August. Similarly, an email sent to fans from Miles and Carpenter reported that Marsden, Casella, Hayden, Gough, Cummings, MacNeille, Harnell, Walch, LaMarche, Welker, and Geo would all be returning for the revival. It was also confirmed that Jon Mack would also return to reprise her role as Jordan Robertson.
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In September 2003, the Cartoon Network acquired syndication rights to ''Cland Ann'' as well as ''Geo TV'' for its [[Adult Swim]] block.
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On May 21, 2014, ABC cancelled the series, mainly due to Geo wanting to continue working on the post-production of ''[[w:c:gingo:Gabriel Garza 2|Gabriel Garza 2]]'', as well as ''Geo TV'', among others. However, in June 2016, Geo G. stated he is going to revive the show, based on DVD sales, a la ''Futurama''. On July 5, 2016, he announced that the series would be revived after ''[[Cland Ann: Silo Wilo Strikes Back]]'', was released on DVD and Blu-ray in early 2017.
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The fourteenth season, which will contain 26 episodes, of ''Cland Ann'' will air in September 2017 on Sundays on Fox rather than ABC, so this would be one of Geo G's current Fox animated shows, along with ''[[Life of a Teenage Rockstar]]''. Similarly, an email sent to fans from Geo and Wildshill reported that Marsden, Casella, Hayden, Gough, Cummings, MacNeille, Harnell, Walch, LaMarche, Welker, and Geo would all be returning for the revival. It was also confirmed that Jon Mack would also return to reprise her role as Jordan Robertson.
   
 
==Episodes==
 
==Episodes==
 
{{Main|List of Cland Ann episodes}}
 
{{Main|List of Cland Ann episodes}}
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
{{Main|List of Cland Ann characters}}
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''Coming soon!''
 
==Cast and Crew==
 
==Cast and Crew==
 
===Cast members===
 
===Cast members===
 
====Main cast====
 
====Main cast====
*[[Jason Marsden]] as [[Cland Ann (character|Cland Ann]] / [[Micky Mac]] / [[Wanny]]
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*[[Jason Marsden]] as [[Cland Ann]] / [[Micky Mac]] / [[Wanny]]
 
*[[Max Casella]] as [[Japper McJapps]]
 
*[[Max Casella]] as [[Japper McJapps]]
 
*[[Pamela Hayden]] as [[Dila Rollad]] / [[Lucy]] / [[Erin]]
 
*[[Pamela Hayden]] as [[Dila Rollad]] / [[Lucy]] / [[Erin]]
 
*[[Michael Gough]] as [[Lord Zamo]] / [[Pippo Hippo]]
 
*[[Michael Gough]] as [[Lord Zamo]] / [[Pippo Hippo]]
*[[Jim Cummings]] as [[King Silo Wilo]] / [[Boto]] / [[Nitz]]
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*[[Jim Cummings]] as [[King Silo Wilo]] / [[Booty Booto]] / [[Nitz]]
 
*[[Tress MacNeille]] as [[Susan Ann]] / [[Queen Zilo Wilo]] / [[Cinder]] / [[Lalo]]
 
*[[Tress MacNeille]] as [[Susan Ann]] / [[Queen Zilo Wilo]] / [[Cinder]] / [[Lalo]]
 
*[[Jess Harnell]] as [[Marty Ann]] / [[Bilo]] / [[Zack]]
 
*[[Jess Harnell]] as [[Marty Ann]] / [[Bilo]] / [[Zack]]
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*[[Maurice LaMarche]] as the [[Birdmonkeys]] / [[Tark]]
 
*[[Maurice LaMarche]] as the [[Birdmonkeys]] / [[Tark]]
 
*[[Frank Welker]] as [[Masto]] / [[Pob]] / the Birdmonkeys / creatures' and animals' vocal voices
 
*[[Frank Welker]] as [[Masto]] / [[Pob]] / the Birdmonkeys / creatures' and animals' vocal voices
*[[Mala M.|Mala Miles]] as various voices
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*[[Geo G.]] as various voices
 
====Supporting cast====
 
====Supporting cast====
 
*[[Cree Summer]] as [[Jacqueline]]
 
*[[Cree Summer]] as [[Jacqueline]]
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===Crew===
 
===Crew===
 
''Coming soon!''
 
''Coming soon!''
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==Ratings==
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Like ''Geo TV'', ABC rated their ''Cland Ann'' episodes at a normal TV-PG-DLSV rating, but stronger episodes like "[[Oh Crap! Wartime]]" were TV-14.
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==Films==
 
==Films==
 
{{main|Cland Ann: The Movie}}
 
{{main|Cland Ann: The Movie}}
A direct-to-video film based on the series titled ''[[Cland Ann: The Movie]]'' was released in theaters on October 18, 2004.
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A theatrical film based on the series titled ''[[Cland Ann: The Movie]]'' was released in theaters on October 18, 2002, a year after the show premiered.
   
A direct-to-video sequel, entitled ''[[Cland Ann: Silo Wilo Strikes Back]]'' was released on DVD and Blu-ray on January 26, 2017.
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A direct-to-video film, entitled [[Cland Ann: Silo Wilo Strikes Back|''Cland Ann: Silo Wilo Strikes Back'']]'' ''was released on DVD and Blu-ray on January 26, 2017.
   
 
==Video games==
 
==Video games==
 
A selection of video games based on the show have been released.
 
A selection of video games based on the show have been released.
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==Comic strip==
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{{main|Cland Ann: The Comic}}
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A comic strip based on the show, titled ''[[Cland Ann: The Comic]]'', was first published on December 18, 2008.
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*A running joke on ''The Adventures of BD'', ''Cland Ann'' is a fictional cartoon show. On ''Cland Ann'', however, it is ''The Adventures of BD'' that is the fictional cartoon show.
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*Many people have compared the ''Cland Ann'' main and minor characters with the ''Geo TV'' main and secondary characters such as [[Japper McJapps]] is ''Cland Ann''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s [[Geo Guy]], [[Lord Zamo]] is ''Cland Ann''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s [[Mr. God]] or [[Tark and Pob]] are ''Cland Ann''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s [[Frank and Larry]].
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**A running joke is that on ''Geo TV'', ''Cland Ann'' is a fictional cartoon show. On ''Cland Ann'', however, it is ''Geo TV'' that is a fictional cartoon show.

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For the title character, see Cland Ann.

Cland Ann, also known as Cland and Japper in other countries, is an American animated fantasy sitcom created by Geo G. for the American Broadcasting Company. The series sets in a world of creatures with humans called Cremos, and follows of a teenage boy named Cland Ann who teams up with a small white human (species from the Geo Universal franchise) named Japper McJapps to solve numerous problems, hang out with their other friends and stop villains from invading their home.

Originally intended to premiere on the Fox Broadcasting Company, it was instead aired in the United States on ABC on September 7, 2001, to May 21, 2014, before ceasing production. However, in June 2016, Geo G. asked he is going to revive the show based on DVD sales, a la Futurama. On July 5, 2016, he stated that the series would be revived after Cland Ann: Silo Wilo Strikes Back, was released on DVD and Blu-ray in early 2017. Fox had picked up the show for 26 new half-hour episodes, which will air in 2017 and 2018 on Sundays. The show was also renewed for a fifteenth season.

Development

ClandAnn

An original promotional artwork for the show.

Creator Geo G. came up with the concept for Cland Ann in 1994, envisioning a story where a white human from the Geo Universal series meets a real human from the real Planet Earth in a world of humans and imaginary creatures and monsters.

Geo began working with Michael Wildshill in August 1997 to develop the idea and bring the show to Fox. As the rest of the Glass Ball Productions team were working on Geo TV, only few of the animators were allocated to the project. The rest of the team began work on Cland as well after the release of Geo TV

During the show's development at Fox, the show was originally called Cland and Japper. Other titles that had been considered include, among others A Boy and His White Fellow, Two Abnormal Bros, and Humans and Creatures. On November 20, 1999, it was revealed that the show's title was changed to Cland Ann, thus making the main protagonist as the titular character of the show. The show's original title, Cland and Japper, is still used in other countries.

The show was in development for almost five years, and due to Fox moving Geo TV to ABC in 2000, Cland Ann was moved to the said channel instead. Like Geo TV, Cland Ann was aired on Fox in some other countries like the United Kingdom.

A sneak peek for the show was aired on August 27, 2001, with the Geo TV season 3 finale "Join the Gang Guys".

In September 2003, the Cartoon Network acquired syndication rights to Cland Ann as well as Geo TV for its Adult Swim block.

On May 21, 2014, ABC cancelled the series, mainly due to Geo wanting to continue working on the post-production of Gabriel Garza 2, as well as Geo TV, among others. However, in June 2016, Geo G. stated he is going to revive the show, based on DVD sales, a la Futurama. On July 5, 2016, he announced that the series would be revived after Cland Ann: Silo Wilo Strikes Back, was released on DVD and Blu-ray in early 2017.

The fourteenth season, which will contain 26 episodes, of Cland Ann will air in September 2017 on Sundays on Fox rather than ABC, so this would be one of Geo G's current Fox animated shows, along with Life of a Teenage Rockstar. Similarly, an email sent to fans from Geo and Wildshill reported that Marsden, Casella, Hayden, Gough, Cummings, MacNeille, Harnell, Walch, LaMarche, Welker, and Geo would all be returning for the revival. It was also confirmed that Jon Mack would also return to reprise her role as Jordan Robertson.

Episodes

Main article: List of Cland Ann episodes

Characters

Coming soon!

Cast and Crew

Cast members

Main cast

Supporting cast

Coming soon!

Additional cast

Coming soon!

Guest stars

Coming soon!

Crew

Coming soon!

Ratings

Like Geo TV, ABC rated their Cland Ann episodes at a normal TV-PG-DLSV rating, but stronger episodes like "Oh Crap! Wartime" were TV-14.

Films

Main article: Cland Ann: The Movie

A theatrical film based on the series titled Cland Ann: The Movie was released in theaters on October 18, 2002, a year after the show premiered.

A direct-to-video film, entitled Cland Ann: Silo Wilo Strikes Back was released on DVD and Blu-ray on January 26, 2017.

Video games

A selection of video games based on the show have been released.

Comic strip

Main article: Cland Ann: The Comic

A comic strip based on the show, titled Cland Ann: The Comic, was first published on December 18, 2008.

Trivia

  • Many people have compared the Cland Ann main and minor characters with the Geo TV main and secondary characters such as Japper McJapps is Cland Ann's Geo Guy, Lord Zamo is Cland Ann's Mr. God or Tark and Pob are Cland Ann's Frank and Larry.
    • A running joke is that on Geo TV, Cland Ann is a fictional cartoon show. On Cland Ann, however, it is Geo TV that is a fictional cartoon show.
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