Die Pinguine aus Madagascar HD online
|Series cast summary:|
|John DiMaggio||-||Rico / - 90 episodes, 2008-2015|
|Tom McGrath||-||Skipper 88 episodes, 2008-2015|
|Jeff Bennett||-||Kowalski / - 84 episodes, 2008-2015|
|James Patrick Stuart||-||Private / - 84 episodes, 2008-2015|
|Andy Richter||-||Mort 83 episodes, 2008-2015|
|Kevin Michael Richardson||-||Maurice / - 81 episodes, 2008-2015|
|Danny Jacobs||-||King Julien / - 78 episodes, 2008-2015|
|Nicole Sullivan||-||Marlene 61 episodes, 2009-2015|
|Mary Scheer||-||Alice / - 45 episodes, 2009-2012|
A running joke throughout the series is when something (like a bomb) is thrown off camera and an explosion or a crash is heard, followed by a voice yelling "My car!". In the episode Madagaskari pingviinid: The Return of the Revenge of Dr. Blowhole (2011), the shout is in Japanese (with subtitles).
The license plate on the penguins' car says 'I love Bonjovi' which they got in New Jersey where the band originate from.
Private appears to speak in a middle-class British accent, as opposed to the other penguins (the exception here is Rico, who hardly talks and mainly communicates in grunts) and most of the Zoo animals, who speak with American accents.
According to Tom McGrath, the TV series takes place in a separate or alternate continuity from the movies.
Instead of being voiced by DreamWorks Animaton members like in the Madagascar movies and video games, the penguins in this series were all voiced by professional voice actors.
This is Nickelodeon's first DreamWorks deal, with the second being Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (2011).
The show was announced to be renewed for a 2nd season before it even premiered, same said for Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (2011).
This was the first ever TV show from DreamWorks.
The brand of the television in penguin's head quarter is "FISHYVISION". It can be seen on top-middle part of the television in some episodes.
Tom McGrath (Skipper), John DiMaggio (Rico), Andy Richter (Mort), and Conrad Vernon (Mason) are the only cast members from the films to reprise their roles while Jeff Bennett, James Stewart, Danny Jacobs, and Kevin Michael Richardson took over Christopher Miller, Chris Knights, Sacha Baron Cohen, and Cedric the Entertainer as Kowalski, Private, King Julien, and Maurice.