|Created by:||Gabriel Garcia|
|Voices of:|| Steve Carell|
|Country of origin:||United States|
|No. of seasons:||7|
|No. of episodes:||125 (87 segments) (List of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s):|| Gabriel Garcia|
|Running time:||23 minutes|
|Production company(s):|| Glass Ball Productions|
NBCUniversal Television Studio (2004 for unaired pilot, 2006-2007 for whole series)
Universal Media Studios (2007-2011)
Universal Television (2011-present)
20th Century Fox Television
|Distributor:|| 20th Television (US/Canada)
NBCUniversal Television Distribution (International)
|Original channel:|| Fox|
The Greeny Channel
Geoshea Television Network
|Picture format:|| 480i (SDTV)|
|Original run:||May 6, 2006 - present|
Geoshea World is an American animated television series based on the Geoshea franchise. The show was created by Gabriel Garcia and was aired on May 6, 2006 on Fox and was also aired on The Greeny Channel and Geoshea Television Network as well. The show received positive reviews from the critics. The show holds a TV-PG rating and in some episodes holds a TV-Y7-FV rating.
A theatrical film based on the series, titled Geoshea World: The Movie, was released in theaters on June 10, 2011.
The animated series was first announced in 2004.
Geoshea World first appeared with a pilot episode called The TV Adventure was first aired on Fox on August 16, 2005. The show has aired the official first episode on May 6, 2006, which was simply called "Pilot".
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- Main article: List of Geoshea World (TV series)
- Main article: Geoshea World (video game)
- Main article: Geoshea World: The Movie
A feature film based on the show, titled Geoshea World: The Movie, was released in theaters on June 10, 2011.
| Video games|
Geoshea Evolution (1997) • Geoshea Racing (1999) • Geoshea Vs. Capcom (2000) • Grand Theft Auto: Geoshea Edition (2000) • Geoshea Racing 2 (2001) • Geoshea Vs. Capcom 2 (2003) • Geoshea Studio (2003) • Geoshea Sports (2004) • Geoshea Fighters (2005) • Geoshea World (2007) • Geoshea Party (2008) • Geoshea Crazy Cars! (2011) • Geoshea Olympics (2012) • Geoshea U (2014) • Grand Theft Auto: Geoshea Edition HD (2015)
Geoshea Games, Co. • Geoshea World (episodes) • Geoshea World: The Movie