|Wolfboy and the Everything Factory|
|Based on||the world of Toff Mazery|
|Voices of||Kassian Ahktar|
|Theme music composer||Clap! Clap!|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||10|
|Running time||24-26 min.|
|Original network||Apple TV+|
|Original release||September 24, 2021 –|
Wolfboy and the Everything Factory is an animated television series created by Toff Mazery and Edward Jesse for Apple TV+. It premiered on 24 September 2021 as part of a slate of autumn children's series.
The series follows Wolfboy, an imaginative oddball who discovers a strange realm at the centre of the earth where fantastical beings called ‘Sprytes’ create things for the world on the surface - clouds, trees, rabbits, dreams, hiccups, memories, time... everything. With the help of his newfound Spryte friends, Xandra and Sprout, Wolfboy learns that not only can he use the creative energy of the Everything Factory to make his wild imagination come to life, but that he is destined to play a central role in an age-old battle between the forces of creation and destruction. He soon comes to realize that being different is what makes him special - and that, ultimately, it’s the oddballs and dreamers who change the world.
Guest voices include Juno Temple and John Lithgow.
|Title||Original release date|
|1||1||"Wolfboy Finds Adventure"||September 24, 2021|
|Wolfboy spies curious-looking creatures at his new boarding school and follows them down a glowing portal.|
|2||2||"Wolfboy Gets A Bed / Wolfboy Makes A Blunder"||September 24, 2021|
|Sprytes from the rival dorm challenge Wolfboy to complete the risky star trial. Wolfboy creates a peculiar little friend.|
|3||3||"There's Trouble In The Wood / Sprout Makes The Team"||September 24, 2021|
|Wolfboy, Xandra, and Sprout volunteer to care for sick trees. A spryte game between dorms brings out Xandra’s competitive side.|
|4||4||"Losing Track Of Time / Chaos Comes To Class"||September 24, 2021|
|The gang goes on a time-traveling adventure to undo Wolfboy's mistake. A disarray attack unleashes something remarkable in Wolfboy.|
|5||5||"Wolfboy Finds A Memory"||September 24, 2021|
|Wolfboy, Xandra, and Sprout sneak into the Memory Maze to find out why Luxcraft's pendant is so familiar to Wolfboy.|
|6||6||"Wolfboy Goes Home / Wolfboy Makes A Snowflake"||September 24, 2021|
|Xandra and Sprout join Wolfboy on his trip home to see his mother. Wolfboy helps Blip find his confidence.|
|7||7||"Grandmother Tells A Story / Grandmother Loses Her Crown"||September 24, 2021|
|Wolfboy visits Xandra and Sprout's home to celebrate Elderspryte Day. Grandmother Figwort's beloved crown is stolen.|
|8||8||"Nobody Started It! / Wolfboy Begins His Training"||September 24, 2021|
|Dorm rivalry reaches peak silliness with an all-out prank war. Luxcraft begins training Wolfboy to harness his powers.|
|9||9||"We Laugh And Cry / We Don't Know Who To Trust"||September 24, 2021|
|Wolfboy's secret training leaves him no time to focus on the Laugh Lab assignment. Wolfboy tells his friends the truth about everything.|
|10||10||"Wolfboy Follows His Dreams"||September 24, 2021|
|An intense dream causes Wolfboy to sleepwalk toward a forbidden area, so the gang heads to the Dream Lab for help.|
The animation style for the series is based on the visual art of Toff Mazery. Mazery and Edward Jesse are the series' co-creators, writers, and executive producers with Michael Ryan serving as a showrunner, writer, and executive producer. Also executive producing are Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Jared Geller of HitRecord as well as Scott Greenberg and Joel Kuwahara of Bento Box Entertainment.
Apple TV+ released a trailer on 9 September 2021. The series later premiered on September 24, 2021.
The series was initially met with overwhelmingly positive reviews, with Cult Of Mac praising the "charm[ing]" show for allowing its characters to express a wide range of emotions and comparing it to Steven Universe and Fatherly noting its unique feel and tone while calling it "the next great weird kids’ show". Common Sense Media praised the series as "a true delight", noting the complexity and emotional intelligence of the characters, as well as the "superb" visual world of the Everything Factory.