Rocket Monkeys is a Canadian animated series that premiered on Teletoon in Canada on January 10, 2013 and lasted three seasons, ending on November 23, 2016.


Two rocket monkey brothers Wally and Gus take down evil disguising evil villains.

Production of MakingEdit

The two simian stars, Gus and Wally, were loosely based on Jason and Dan who have been friends since high school. Jason and Dan developed a pitch book and animated motion test, which they showed to Michael Feder. Michael Feder, a partner of Hornet Inc, agreed to help develop Rocket Monkeys, under the Hornet Films label of the company. Nickelodeon picked up the project and the future of Rocket Monkeys was in limbo. Breakthrough Entertainment of American lit the series, and Rocket Monkeys went back into production. In early 2012 the series went into full production, with animation being handled by Atomic, in Vancouver. In 2013 the series was made available on internet streaming services such as Hulu Plus, Amazon and iTunes. Rocket Monkeys is in currently production by Breakthrough Films and Television, Atomic Cartoons and Hornet Films it is associated by Nickelodeon.