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Lucky Fred
Science fiction
Cartoon series
Created byMyriam Ballesteros
Directed byPepo Salazar (Season 1)
Max Maleo (Season 2)
Mohan Subra (Season 2)
Voices ofRupert Degas
Rasmus Hardiker
Elizabeth Sankey
Paul Kaye
Jules de Jongh
David Max Freedman
Beth Chalmers
Theme music composerJohn Gladstone Smith
  • John Gladstone Smith (Season 1)
  • Anna Rice (Season 2)
  • Sarah Lynch (Season 2)
  • Gregory Magee (Season 2)
Country of originSpain
Italy (Season 1)
Philippines (Season 1)
Ireland (Season 2)
India (Season 2)
Original languagesSpanish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes104
Executive producersSergi Reitg
Oriol Sala-Patau
Xavier Romero
Annita Romanelli (Season 1)
Jayakumar P. (Season 2)
Paul Cummins (Season 2)
Ajay Singh (Season 2)
Dani López (Season 2)
Elisabeth Méndez (Season 2)
ProducersStella Dearing (Season 1)
Novie Rubio (Season 1)
Renjini Muralikrishnan (Season 2)
Cathy Ní Fhlaithearta (Season 2)
Rathan Sam George (Season 2)
Saravana Kumar (Season 2)
Running time12 minutes
Production companiesImira Entertainment
Top Draw Animation (Season 1)
Rai Fiction (Season 1)
Televisió de Catalunya
Telegael (Season 2)
Toonz Entertainment (Season 2)
Original release
NetworkDisney Channel
Televisió de Catalunya
ReleaseNovember 1, 2011 (2011-11-01)

Lucky Fred is an animated series created by Myriam Ballesteros and is a co-production between Imira Entertainment, Televisió de Catalunya, RAI Fiction and Top Draw Animation, in collaboration with Disney Channel Spain.[1] It debuted on Disney Channel Spain and Nickelodeon Latin America on November 1, 2011. The show was targeted to a 6-12 year old audience.[1]


Fred is a 13-year-old boy living in the city of Barcelona, who was walking one day and saw a robot from space crash. The robot, which will turn into any electronic device Fred could ever imagine, imprints on Fred who names it Friday. However, the robot was supposed to belong to Fred's next-door neighbor Braianna, a.k.a. top-secret agent Brains, and now Fred must help to protect the planet with Braianna and Friday.[2]

Distribution and recognition

The show was distributed in more than one hundred and fifty countries and territories.[2] It won Best Animated Television Program By a jury of kids at the 2011 Chicago International Children's Film Festival and took first in the Best Animation European Series at the 2011 Euro Film Festival in Spain.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Lucky Fred". MB Producciones. Retrieved 2022-06-20.
  2. ^ a b Washington, Ed (2012-03-26). "Imira Signs New Broadcasters for 'Lucky Fred'". Retrieved 2022-06-20.