- See The Smurfs (1961 TV series) and Smurfs (1981 TV series) for the two animated Smurfs series that preceded this one.
The Smurfs is a Belgian CGI animated television series developed by IMPS and Dupuis Audiovisuel which began to air worldwide on April 18, 2021 on RTBF Auvio in Belgium and on May 9, 2021 on TF1 in France. It features full CGI animation similar to that of the animated film Smurfs: The Lost Village. Episodes of the new series are scheduled to run 13 minutes each. On June 18, 2020, it was revealed that the series will air on Nickelodeon in the United States through the fall of 2021. Recently it has been modified to make its premiere on Nickelodeon on September 10, 2021 (Which is intended to match the release date of the 1981 TV series which premiered in the United States that same day 40 years earlier.)
The pitch bible for the series was made available for download in late 2019 on the official SmurfBusiness site via a QR code in their 2019-2020 Audiovisual Catalogue. According to the file name, this version of the bible dates back to September 2018.
Despite the spoiler alert the catalogue itself gives, it should be noted that some info in the bible such as characters, personalities, and relationships may be slightly altered in (or may not match) the final product.
A teaser trailer (or animation test) for the series was shown at an event in October 2018. A recording of it was then leaked onto Facebook, which has since been removed. A teaser was posted on Vimeo by IMPS on June 25, 2020, showing animated footage of Jokey and Harmony Smurf. The teaser was later uploaded to the official Smurfs YouTube Channel on October 6, 2020.
This list will be filled as episodes appear on air.
- Diaper Daddy
- Clumsy Not Clumsy
- Unsmurfable Smile
- Mind The Cat
- Where's Papa Smurf?
- Who's Heftier?
- Smurfs In Disguise
- Jokes On You
- The Scariest Smurf
- My Smurf The Hero
- Alien Smurf
- Smurf Your Seat Belts
- Leaf It Alone
- Bringing Up Smurfy
- The Makeover
- Who Nose?
- Kitchen Klutz
- The Majestic 5
- Chef Soup
- Adventures In Smurfsitting
- The Round Up
- The Pluffs!
- Waffle Wednesday
- Stormy The Babysitter
- Gargamel Sees Double
- Smurf Tell Me Your Secret
- Deep Sea Gargamel
- Smurfblossom, The Warrior
- Davis Freeman as Papa Smurf, Farmer, Harmony, Bigmouth and Drummer
- Berangere McNeese as Smurfette and Baby
- Tess Bryant as Clumsy and Scaredy
- Ilse La Monaca as Greedy
- Youssef El Kaoukibi as Brainy
- Catherine Hershey as Smurfwillow
- Lenny Mark Irons as Gargamel and Dimwitty
- Daniel Sieteiglesias as Vanity
- Joshua Rubin as Handy and Grouchy
- Vincent Broes as Hefty and Chef
- Kaycie Chase as Jokey and Wimpy
- Sandra Asratian as Lazy
- Lawrence Sheldon as Poet
- Jackie Jones as Smurflily
- Cherise Silvestri as Smurfblossom and Smurfstorm
- Charlie Cattrall as Tailor and Painter
- Véronique Culliford - Producer
- Nele De Wilde, Caroline Duvochel - Executive Producers
- Maia Tubiana, Brigette Ickmans - Associated Producers
- Sebastian Debertin, Tina Debertin, Yann Labasque, Telidja Kali, Paola Acosta - Collaborators
- Fabien Coulon - Line Producer
- Francois Deglain - Production Manager
- Brad Breeck - Original Score
- Justin Bates, Brad Breeck - Theme Song Adaptation
- Luc Parthoens, Tom Cosijn - Creative Directors
- Peter Saisselin, Amy Serafin - Literary Bible
- William Renaud - Director
- Compared to the early seasons of the 1981 series, this series recycled less animation than Hanna-Barbera did.
- Kaycie Chase voices Jokey Smurf in both the original French version and the English dub of the series, with the exact same voice.