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Larva (TV series)
buries his valued bones in the ground and is quite temperamental In "Whistle Fart" he turns into a werewolf when he hears certain whistling. Prussian – a blue

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LarvaAlso known asLarvaeGenre
  • Kids
  • Slapstick
  • Toilet humor
Created byTUBAn Co., LtdDirected byJoo-gong MaengVoices ofBum-ki HongComposer(s)Great ParkCountry of originSouth KoreaOriginal language(s)Korean
English
Chinese
ArabicNo. of seasons5No. of episodes275 (list of episodes)ProductionExecutive producer(s)Sungjai Ahn
Eugene KangProducer(s)
  • Ki-tae Kim
  • Ji-na Kim
  • Sang-koo Lee
  • Sean Song
  • Alex Sung
  • Catherine Yoon
Editor(s)Byuong-wook Ahn
Yoon-hee JongRunning time1–3 minutes per episodeProduction company(s)TUBA Entertainment
TUBAn (Season 3)DistributorSynergy Media
Imira Entertainment (Latin America)ReleaseOriginal network
  • KBS 1TV (Season 1)
  • KBS 2TV (Season 2)
  • JEI TV (Season 3)
  • Netflix (Season 4) GMA Network
Picture format1080i (HDTV)First shown inMarch 15, 2011Original releaseMarch 26, 2011 (2011-03-26) –
presentExternal linksWebsiteProduction website

Larva (also known as Larvae) is a computer-animated television series made by TUBA Entertainment in Seoul, South Korea.[1] This cartoon shows two larvae as its main characters. The first season was premiered on KBS 1TV, the second season was premiered on KBS 2TV, the third season was premiered on JEI TV, and the fourth season was premiered on Netflix. and worldwide on GMA Network and GMA Pinoy TV in the philippines

Contents
  • 1 Characters
    • 1.1 Main
    • 1.2 Recurring
    • 1.3 Minor
  • 2 Production
  • 3 Episode list
    • 3.1 Series overview
    • 3.2 Season 1 - Grate (2010-2011)
    • 3.3 Season 2 - House (2012)
    • 3.4 Season 3 - New York (2014-15)
    • 3.5 Season 4 - Larva Island (2018-19)
    • 3.6 Season 5- Saskatchawen (2030-)
  • 4 Reception
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
Characters Main
  • Yellow – is a dimwitted and happy-go-lucky yellow-colored caterpillar with an antenna. Yellow is often abused by Red, but that never endangers their friendship. Although usually he obeys Red, he loses his mind in front of food. Yellow is bad with Red because he take all things that are for Red and Red always fights him. He changes color from yellow to brown and he grows green shades around his mouth when feeling extreme emotions.
  • Red – a mostly hot-tempered and greedy red-colored caterpillar. Arrogant and often seen abusing Yellow, Red usually ends up hurting himself instead. He usually shouts like Bruce Lee when afraid or angered.[2]
Recurring
  • Violet – an oversized ghost slug. He is sometimes shown with his lower half buried in the ground. When he is threatened, he exposes his whole body and roars, showing his sharp teeth.
  • Brown – a dung beetle that gathers poop. To him, poop is either his food or his treasure. He hates it when other insects touch his prized poop. He has a long strand of hair on his right cheek.
  • Black – a horned Atlas beetle that has great strength and is usually punching a cocoon (which he uses as punching bag). He's aggressive and will beat up whoever he thinks is messing with him. In "Black’s Back" he turns out to be a slug wearing beetle armor.
  • Rainbow – a snail with a red and green shell. When in his shell, he moves slowly, but under that he has a muscular human-like body and can function like humans do.
  • Pink – a pink larva with two antennae. She is the only recurring female character. She loves Yellow but Red loves her. She hides a great strength behind her cute, beautiful face.
Minor
  • Blue – housefly that has numerous smells. Nobody can get close because of his repugnant smell. He often feels gloomy and lonely because nobody can approach him.
  • Navy – in "One Wild and Rough World" part 1, this deep-sea fish appears when the sewerage is sunk. He appeared as a goldfish. When Red and Yellow threw him into a sardine can full of warm water, he changed into a deep-sea fish which is often seen whenever the sewer floods. He has a good enough appetite to eat up caterpillars and other insects.
  • Green – A carnivorous plant which eats up anything on the ground. In season 1, he is an enemy to all insects because he tries to swallow the other insects when he encounters them. But he is weaker than Violet. He appears to have a menacing set of teeth.
  • Frog – a frog which often appears in the sewer, is sensitive and tries to monopolise all power by eating insects and larvae. He is several times bigger than other normal frogs. He escaped from sewer and went into the house where Red and Yellow lived in a season 2 episode. In season 3 he lives in the sewers again.
  • Bee – a honey bee which collects honey. She stings when someone touches her honey that she collected or makes her angry.
  • Maroon – dachshund who wears a blue and yellow sweater, appearing in season 2. He attacks when he sees moving things. He buries his valued bones in the ground and is quite temperamental In "Whistle Fart" he turns into a werewolf when he hears certain whistling.
  • Prussian – a blue parrot which appears in season 2. She observes other friends and gives a sardonic laugh before attacking. She is also a predator to the caterpillars. "Nanta" revealed that she used to live in the Amazon rainforest as a hatchling.
  • Prism – a chameleon which appears intermittently in various areas of season 2, such as the living room, bathroom, rooftop, and even bedroom; he suddenly appears and attacks Red and Yellow without reason.[2]
  • Ephemera – A mayfly who appears in the titular episode. Red has a crush on her, but she dies quickly due to the lifespan of an average mayfly.
  • Bomber bug – A bombardier beetle which bombed Yellow, Red and Brown in episode "Bomb Bug" in Season 2. He has ability to bomb a place with acid which comes out from his bottom. He usually does that when he's angry or sad.
  • Grey – a rat that appears in season 3. He is an enemy to all caterpillars in this season.
  • Ivory – a stick insect that is weak and clumsy.
  • Cocoa - a house cricket that Ivory has a crush on.
  • Mite - a baby mite who Yellow initially adopts, but turns out to parasitically prey on Yellow and the others.
  • Mud - a mudskipper. They live underground under the sands and can slap each other with their fins.
  • Booby - a Blue footed booby bird. He met the larvae when they landed on his island.
  • Mango - a sea slug Red has fallen in love with. When she first meets Red, she mates with him.
  • Chuck - a human. He is the first character who can speak...although previously other characters occasionally spoke on occasion, if it fit the story. In season 1, Red encounters his father and says "Papa". Also in season 1, Red and Yellow whisper to each other as they formulate a plan.
  • Clara - a seal that Red and Yellow befriended. She is playful and charming and has the same name as Chuck's pendant
  • Blue - a whale who can only speak in season 5.
  • Crabsformer - a crab that accidentally ate an asteroid that turned him into a robotic crab. He has a crush on a lady crab, however she and the other crabs are scared of his powers. This character appears in season 4.
Production

Larva was launched by TUBA Entertainment in 2011, with adult viewers in mind. The producers aimed to create a cartoon that could appeal to an audience of a wide age scale. It debuted on the national channel, KBS and on cable television with short, 90-second episodes. The series quickly became popular, and as of September 2015 was sold to more than 40 countries, including Canal Plus in France, as well as merchandising contracts taking place in Taiwan, Germany, Turkey and Chile, among others. The creators earned 1 million dollars in royalties in the first three months of launching related merchandise, including toys and stationery products.[1][3]

Episode list Series overview SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedFirst airedLast aired126March 26, 2011 (2011-03-26)September 24, 2011 (2011-09-24)227January 5, 2012 (2012-01-05)August 3, 2012 (2012-08-03)3104January 5, 2015 (2015-01-05)September 27, 2015 (2015-09-27)426July 10,  2018 (2018-19-10)January 3, 2019 (2019-01-03)5TBATBA (TBA)TBA (TBA) Season 1 - Grate (2010-2011) No. in
series No. in
season Original air date Title Storyboarded by 1 1 March 26 Ice Cream Joo-gong Maeng 2 Mosquito 3 Dancing in the Rain 4 Mushroom Tea-sik Shin 5 2 April 2 Gum (1) Joo-gong Maeng 6 Ice Road 7 Straw Byoung-wook Ahn 8 Insectivorous Plant 9 3 April 9 Snail Joo-gong Maeng 10 Snoring Byoung-wook Ahn 11 Popcorn 12 Aquarium Byoung-wook Ahn and Dea-bum Kim 13 4 April 23 Ham Joo-gong Maeng 14 Psychic Byoung-wook Ahn 15 Fly 16 Spaghetti Dea-bum Kim 17 5 April 30 Airform Byoung-wook Ahn 18–19 Cocoon (1&2) 20 Puding Dea-bum Kim 21 6 May 7 Watermelon 22 UFO 23 Fishing 24 Out of Body 25 7 May 14 Hot Spring 26 Hide and Seek Byoung-wook Ahn 27 Earthquake 28 Hair-growth Solution (1) Dea-bum Kim 29 8 May 21 Flood (1) Byoung-wook Ahn 30 Swamp Dea-bum Kim 31 Walnut 32 Soda 33 9 May 28 Frog Dea-bum Kim and Byoung-wook Ahn 34 Typhoon (1) Byoung-wook Ahn 35 Cavity Dea-bum Kim 36 Cointoss Byoung-wook Ahn 37 10 June 4 Concert Byoung-wook Ahn and Dea-bum Kim 38 Snowball Fight Byoung-wook Ahn 39 Flood (2) 40 Ant Dea-bum Kim 41 11 June 11 Stomachache 42 Mummy Byoung-wook Ahn 43 Bee (1) 44 Balloon 45 12 June 18 Love Dea-bum Kim 46 Spring Byoung-wook Ahn 47 Christmas Dea-bum Kim 48 Yellow-terminator Joo-gong Maeng 49 13 June 25 The Cement Dea-bum Kim 50 Larvatar (1) Byoung-wook Ahn 51 Hip Hop Dea-bum Kim and Byoung-wook Ahn 52 Snot Joo-gong Maeng 53 14 July 2 Hailing Min-seong Kang 54 Pit Byoung-wook Ahn 55 Gum (2) 56 Raining 57 15 June 9 Glove 58 Laughing 59 Eye Infection Dea-bum Kim 60 Missing 61 16 June 16 Wig 62 Vampire 63 Clock Min-seong Kang 64 Staring Contest Byoung-wook Ahn 65 17 June 23 Perfume Min-seong Kang 66 Super Glue Dea-bum Kim 67 Swing 68 Growing a Plant 69 18 June 30 Bee (2) Byoung-wook Ahn 70 Scary Night 71 Rope Dea-bum Kim 72 Spider Min-seong Kang 73 19 August 6 Super Liquid Dea-bum Kim 74 Nightmare Joo-gong Maeng 75–76 Chick (1&2) Byoung-wook Ahn 77 20 August 13 Farting Min-seong Kang 78 Secret of Snail Byoung-wook Ahn, Dea-bum Kim, and Min-seong Kang 79 Hand Dea-bum Kim 80 Bottle Dea-bum Kim and Byoung-wook Ahn 81 21 August 20 Moonlight Waltz Byoung-wook Ahn 82 Hair-growth Solution (2) Dea-bum Kim 83 Mantis Min-seong Kang 84 Typhoon (2) Byoung-wook Ahn 85 22 August 27 Chili Show Dea-bum Kim 86 Alien Min-seong Kahn 87 Grape Dea-bum Kim 88 Quick Sand Min-seong Kang 89 23 September 3 Larvatar (2) 90 Toy Car Dea-bum Kim 91–92 Love Love Love (1&2) Byoung-wook Ahn 93 24 September 10 Swan Lake 94 Electronic Shock Dea-bum Kim 95 Whistle Min-seong Kang 96 Diving Byoung-wook Ahn 97 25 September 17 Fire Min-seong Kang 98 Balance Dea-bum Kim 99 Water Show Min-seong Kang 100 Flying Yellow Byoung-wook Ahn 101 26 September 24 Short Arm Octopus Dea-bum Kim 102–104 Wild Wild World (1–3) Joo-gong Maeng Season 2 - House (2012) No. in
series No. in
season Original air date Title Storyboarded by 1 1 January 5 Welcome Larva! Min-seong Kang 2 Soap Bubbles 3 2 January 12 Robot Hun-min Jang 4 Brown's Back! Seung-ik Ahn 5 3 January 19 Stop, Freeze! Woo-seong Jung 6 Upstanding Byoung-wook Ahn 7 4 January 26 Ski Jump Min-seong Kang 8 Black's Back 9 5 February 2 Man Date 10 Tomato Byoung-wook Ahn 11 6 February 9 Make-up Seung-ik Ahn 12 Gum Byoung-wook Ahn 13 7 February 16 Sneeze Min-u Kim and Byoung-wook Ahn 14 Foolish Mushroon 15 8 February 23 Magic Jar Min-seong Kang 16 Roulette Byoung-wook Ahn 17 9 March 9 Ping-Pong 18 Spider-Larva Min-seong Kang 19 10 March 16 Bug Bomb 20 Hi Pink! Byoung-wook Ahn 21 11 March 23 Spinner 22 Speaker Dance 23 12 March 30 Limbs 24 Bath 25 13 April 6 Genius Yellow Min-seong Kang 26 Hi Violet! Hun-min Jang 27 14 April 20 Diet Byoung-wook Ahn 28 Fan Hun-min Jang 29 15 May 11 Sweat Min-seong Kang 30 Whistle (1) 31 16 May 18 Nightmare Ji-yeon Kim 32 Toilet Hun-min Jang and Byoung-wook Ahn 33 17 May 25 Yellow Chicken Joo-jae Beom 34 Fortune Cookie Seung-ik Ahn 35–36 18 1 June Mayfly (1&2) Min-seong Kang 37 19 June 8 Ice Kang-heon Ahn 38 Lar-vengers Hun-min Jang 39 20 June 15 Once Upon a Time Min-seong Kang 40 Opera Byoung-wook Ahn 41 21 June 22 Hide & Seek Joo-gong Maeng 42 Larva Car Byoung-wook Ahn 43 22 June 29 Wild Red Min-seong Kang and Ji-yeon Kim 44 Beanstalks Min-seong Kang and Byoung-wook Ahn 45 23 July 6 Whistle (2) Min-u Kim 46 Golden Brown Min-seong Kang 47 24 July 13 Frog Byoung-wook Ahn 48 Flower Farts 49 25 July 20 Cocoon Min-seong Kang and Byoung-wook Ahn 50 Nanta Joo-gong Maeng 51 26 July 27 Strange Berries Byoung-wook Ahn 52 Wild Wild Wild World (1) Joo-gong Maeng 53–54 27 August 3 Wild Wild Wild World (2&3) Season 3 - New York (2014-15) No. Original air date Title Storyboarded by 1 January 5 Donut Jee-hyun Kim 2 January 6 Flare Byoung-wook Ahn 3 Box 4 February 2 Typhoon Tae-wook Koh 5 Fireplug Byoung-wook Ahn 6 Lemon Jee-hyun Kim 7 Gum Fart Min-seong Kang 8 Shade Ji-yeon Kim 9 Ice Jee-hyun Kim 10 Stream Mi-seon An and Min-seong Kang 11 Basketball Tae-wook Koh 12 Tickle Ji-yeon Kim 13 Hiccup Byoung-wook Ahn and Min-seong Kang 14 Mouse 15–16 Garlic (1&2) Mi-seon An 17 Wheel 18 Magnet Seung-hun Kim 19 Stick Insect 20 Oil 21–22 Double Eyelids (1&2) Tae-wook Koh 23 Thunder Red Ji-yeon Kim 24 Cement Jee-hyun Kim 25 The Chaser Ji-yeon Kim 26 Wrap Ye-ri Kim 27 The Silver Mi-seon An 28 Ark Ji-yeon Kim and Jee-hyun Kim 29 Mite Tae-wook Koh 30 Cancan 31 Pink's Secret Min-seong Kang 32 Massage Jee-hyun Kim 33 Loyalty Tae-wook Koh 34 Kung Fu 35 Pipe 36 Tag Ji-yeon Kim 37 Cup Noodle Min-seong Kang 38 Untidy Sleeper Seung-hun Kim 39 Sushi Jee-hyun Kim 40 Breath 41 Tower Stack Ji-yeon Kim 42 Tough Guy Jee-hyun Kim 43 Showdown Tae-wook Koh 44 Dance Battle 45 Booger Jee-hyun Kim 46–47 Detective (1&2) Tae-wook Koh 48 Yellow's Secret Ye-ri Kim and Jee-hyun Kim 49 May 20 Straw Seung-hun Kim 50 Confetti Poppers Tae-wook Koh 51 Rain Jee-hyun Kim 52 A Day in the Life of Larva Mi-seon An 53 Wiper Bo-ri Lee and Min-seong Kang 54 Street Larva Tae-wook Koh 55–56 Yellow's Revenge (1&2) Seung-hun Kim 57 Snowball Fight Byoung-wook Ahn and Tae-wook Koh 58 Life of a Rat Min-seong Kang 59 Fighter in the Wind Seung-hun Kim 60 Larva of the Rings Jee-hyun Kim 61 Flash Light 62 Glue Mi-seon An 63–69 Larva Rangers (1–7) Byoung-wook Ahn, Tae-wook Koh, and Seung-hun Kim 70 Feelers Seung-hun Kim 71 Fashion Show Mi-seon An and Jee-hyun Kim 72 Red, a Budding Comedian Mi-seon An 73–75 Insect Killer (1–3) Ji-yeon Kim; Seung-hun Kim (Part 3 only) 76 Glove Mi-seon An 77 Troublemaker Tae-wook Koh 78 Sea Battle Jee-hyun Kim 79 Rubber Ball Ye-ri Kim and Jee-hyun Kim 80 Dizziness Mi-seon An and Jee-hyun Kim 81–82 Pitapat (1&2) Jee-hyun Kim 83 Marathon Ji-yeon Kim 84 Tea Tae-wook Koh 85 Flood Min-seong Kang 86–89 New Friend (1–4) Jee-hyun Kim 90 July 19 Umbrella Beop-seo Koo and Seung-hun Kim 91 Cheese Min-seong Kang 92–93 Distress (1&2) Jee-hyun Kim 94 An Out-of-body Experience Seung-Hun Kim 95 Minicar Hyo-bin Kang and Jee-hyun Kim 96–97 One-sided Love (1&2) Taek-woo Koh 98 Roll a Dung! Mi-seon An 99 Larvarta Seung-hun Kim 100 Bobsleigh Jee-hyun Kim, Seung-hun Kim, and Tae-wook Koh 101 Christmas Joo-gong Maeng and Min-seong Kang 102 As Time Goes By Seung-hun Kim 103–104 September 27 Goodbye New York (1&2) Byoung-wook Ahn Season 4 - Larva Island (2018-19) No. Original air date Title Storyboarded by 1-2 October 19 Mango (1-2) Kim Jee-hyun and Koh Tae-wook 3 October 19 Larva Island 4 October 19 Chuck 5 October 19 Clara 6 October 19 Crabsformer 7 October 19 Fishing 8 October 19 Pendant 9 October 19 Lala Island 10 October 19 Master Chef 11 October 19 Farming 12 October 19 Pirate 13 October 19 Change 14 March 1 Maze 15 March 1 Fire 16 March 1 Beach Volleyball 17-18 March 1 Larva Rangers (1-2) 19 March 1 A Lucky Day 20 March 1 Crabsformer 2 21 March 1 Booby's Love 22 March 1 Mango's Parents 23 March 1 Iceberg 24 March 1 Storm 25 March 1 Escape 26 March 1 Drift


Season 5- Saskatchawen (2030-)

TBA

Reception

Emily Ashby from the organization Common Sense Media rated Larva three stars. She praised the show for showing the perspective of Red and Yellow, stating “because the characters are the size of worms, everything around them is larger than life, and that perspective is always fun to see in action.”[4]

Although designated a children's show by Netflix, many parent reviews on Common Sense Media considered Larva to have too many adult themes, including frequent violence, sexual innuendo and drug references to be inappropriate for children.

References
  1. ^ a b "'Larva' embraces all ages". The Korea Times. 7 March 2013. Retrieved 3 October 2016..mw-parser-output cite.citation{font-style:inherit}.mw-parser-output .citation q{quotes:"\"""\"""'""'"}.mw-parser-output .id-lock-free a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-free a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/65/Lock-green.svg/9px-Lock-green.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .id-lock-limited a,.mw-parser-output .id-lock-registration a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-limited a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-registration a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d6/Lock-gray-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-gray-alt-2.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .id-lock-subscription a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-subscription a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/aa/Lock-red-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-red-alt-2.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration{color:#555}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription span,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration span{border-bottom:1px dotted;cursor:help}.mw-parser-output .cs1-ws-icon a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4c/Wikisource-logo.svg/12px-Wikisource-logo.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output code.cs1-code{color:inherit;background:inherit;border:inherit;padding:inherit}.mw-parser-output .cs1-hidden-error{display:none;font-size:100%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-visible-error{font-size:100%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-maint{display:none;color:#33aa33;margin-left:0.3em}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration,.mw-parser-output .cs1-format{font-size:95%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-left,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-left{padding-left:0.2em}.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-right,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-right{padding-right:0.2em}
  2. ^ a b Demonstration of characters in main homepage
  3. ^ "'Pororo,' 'Larva' change game in Korean animation". The Korea Herald. 4 September 2015. Retrieved 3 October 2016.
  4. ^ Ashby, Emily “Larva TV Review”
External links
  • Official Website at the Wayback Machine (archived 31 December 2016).


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