Cuppa Coffee Studios

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Cuppa Coffee Studios
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We all know that Nelvana was good, but there is another studio also in Canada who makes these stop-motion shows.
Industry: Animation
Children's Entertainment
Founded: December 1992
Founder: Adam Shaheen
Bruce Alcock
Headquarters: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Notable works: Crashbox
Little People (1999)
Jojo's Circus
Henry's World
Little Einsteins (season 1 only)
Team Umizoomi
Glenn Martin, DDS.
Super WHY! (pilot episode only)
Website: Link

Cuppa Coffee Studios (formerly known as Cuppa Coffee Animation) is a Canadian production company based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Cuppa Coffee was founded by Adam Shaheen in 1992. It specializes in both stop-motion animation and 2D animation, winning over 150 international awards. Cuppa Coffee is currently developing live-action content through Cuppa Coffee USA.

Why They Rock

  1. Their animation is very well-done even by 1992-present day standards.
  2. They put very good effort into making stop-motion shows for Canada.
  3. They made many great children or adult shows, such as Crashbox, Little Einsteins, Team Umizoomi, Little People, Bruno the Monkey, Celebrity Deathmatch, Ugly Americans, Starveillance and etc.
  4. They even make short films for Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Cartoon Network, MuchMusic, MTV, VH1, ESPN, CBC, and CBS.
  5. Like Nelvana, their characters are likable and funny.
  6. Ever since their first television show Crashbox was made, it made them start making TV shows.
  7. They even made some good commercials for a few products, as well as bumpers and promos for networks like Cartoon Network and PBS Kids.
  8. They made a Christmas special called A Miser Brothers' Christmas, which was a decent spin-off to The Year Without a Santa Claus.

Bad Qualites

  1. Sometimes their animation can be cheap-looking.
  2. They created some bad shows such as Glenn Martin, DDS, and Rick & Steve's The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World.


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