The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange
The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange

Created by

Dane Boedigheimer
Tom Sheppard



Written by

Tom Sheppard
Luke Barats

Directed by

Ken Mitchroney


Toby Turner

Voices of

Dane Boedigheimer
Justine Ezarik
Kevin Brueck
Robert Jennings
Felica Day
Tom Kenny
Harland Williams

Production Company(s)

The Collective

List of episodes



Cartoon Network

Original run

May 28, 2012-present

The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange is a TV series based off the web series. Dane Boedigheimer stated in 2010 that he was working with Tom Shepherd to make a pilot in December 2010 on the Partners Project. A TV series was announced in April 2011. The series was produced by Conrad Vernon and written by Tom Shepherd. The show contains all the main characters from the Internet series. A sneak peak aired on May 28, 2012 on Cartoon Network. The show premiered on June 11th, 2012. The only human main character, Nerville, is played by played by Toby Turner.

The first 10 episodes were released on DVD March 8, 2013.


He's Orange! He has a lot of friends,
They live together on a fruit stand
They have adventures all across the land
And even play in a rock-and-roll band
He's Orange!
Annoying Orange!
He's Orange!
Annoying Orange!
He's Orange!
(Orange laughs)


See Also: List of Episodes

Season 1 (2012-2013)Edit

  1. Marshmalia
  2. Captain Blood Orange
  3. Sir Juice-a-Lot
  4. Veggie Zombies
  5. Founding Fruits
  6. Fruit Vengers
  7. Dr. Strange Plum
  8. Bad News Pears
  9. Fruit Plane
  10. The Lords of Fruitbush
  11. Boys vs. Girls
  12. Fruitastic VoyOrange
  13. Escape from the Planet of the Grapes of Wrathes
  14. Follow the Bouncing Orange
  15. Spaghetti West
  16. Welcome to My Fruit-mare
  17. Annoying Cutesie
  18. The Day the Store Stood Still
  19. Generic Holiday Special
  20. Orange Carol
  21. Orange the Red
  22. Orange Belt
  23. When Fruit Ruled the Earth
  24. Pop Star
  25. Fast & fruitious
  26. Trans.fruit.Bots
  27. Cheif executive Orange
  28. Meet the Oranges
  29. Fruit-loose
  30. My name is Orange

Season 2 (2013-TBA)Edit

On November 8, 2012, Cartoon Network announced a second season for Annoying Orange along with the fifth season for Regular Show and a third season for The Amazing World of Gumball. The season premiered on May 16th, 2013.

  1. Little Foodie Cutie
  2. Island of Dr. Fruitenstien
  3. Orange's Run
  4. Marshmallow Wedding
  5. Orange, James Orange
  6. Avocadotar
  7. Food Carnival!
  8. Fruitdependence Day
  9. Everybody Loves Cabbage
  10. King Coco
  11. The Further Adventures of Sherleek Holmes
  12. Fruitarama
  13. Cereal Killer
  14. Orange Julius Caeser
  15. Armongourdon
  16. Orange Say Knock You Out
  17. The Hungry Fruit Games
  18. Peartergeist
  19. Bat's All, Fruits!
  20. Little Cart Of Scaries
  21. Thanksfornothing Day
  22. Fruitsy the Snowfruit
  23. Shakesparagus Speare
  24. Fruitballs
  25. Clementines Day
  26. Mash of the Titans
  27. Lost Food Pyramid
  28. Meet Banana Monocle
  29. Defending Your Fruit Cart Part 1 & 2

International releasesEdit

International releases of the show
Country/region Series premiere Network
United States May 28, 2012 Cartoon Network
Canada 2013 Cartoon Network (Canada)
Germany 2013 Cartoon Network (Germany)
United Kingdom 2013 Cartoon Network (UK & Ireland)
Australia (Q1-Q2) 2013


Latin America September 9, 2013 Cartoon Network (Latin America)


  • Marshmallow's voice sounds deeper in a few of the episodes however, he has always been voiced by Dane Boedigheimer.
  • On YouTube, Orange has a crush on Passion Fruit, but she doesn't realize this. It is the reverse in the show.
  • The series introduces different versions of old characters (voiced by different people, with different personalities): such as Apple, Peach, Star Fruit, Squash, and Copper Lincoln as well as introducing completely new characters such as Coconut, and Banana.
  • In the web series, Pear admitted that he is Orange's best friend in an episode. In the show, he and Orange are good friends; but he denies it in front of everyone, including Orange himself.
  • Although Apple appears to be a completely new character with his own distinct personality and actor (different to every other apple in the YouTube Series), the episode My name is Orange implies to be the same apple as the one which appeared in the The Annoying Orange, despite that apple clearly having died. This may be explained due to Apple's "South Park Kenny" like ability to resurrect himself from death in every episode.
  • In the show; Orange is shown to be a bit more serious, mature, smarter, and more heroic than he is on the web series (although he still tends to make annoying puns and insults).
  • Unlike the web series, this show is more about Orange being heroic or trying to solve problems rather than annoying almost everyone he meets.
  • According to other sources, Annoying Orange is the 3rd most watched Cartoon Network premiere of all-time, under Total Drama: Revenge of the Island, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
  • The show originally was supposed to have 6 episodes, but it was bumped up to 15 episodes. On November 8, 2012, Cartoon Network confirmed that a second season will start in 2013. The season premiered on March 7, 2013.
  • This is Cartoon Network's third animation-live action hybrid series. The others were Space Ghost Coast to Coast and Out of Jimmy's Head.
  • According to Cartoon Network's schedule, they give the show on Mondays at 8:30 PM, Tuesdays at 5:30 PM, Thursdays at 7:30 PM, Fridays at 5:30 PM, a full hour of it at 2:00 PM on Saturdays, and on 2:30 pm and 3:00 pm on Sundays. They do not give the show on Wednesdays.
  • The show's theme song is a remixed version of Orange's theme song from the video "Annoying Orange: Theme Song Attack!", but the lyrics have changed (except for the chorus) and is more fast paced.
  • The Whistling Pinwheel also makes a cameo in Founding Fruits.