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The X's is an American animated television series created by Carlos Ramos for Nickelodeon. It centers on a family of spies who must conceal their identity from the outside world, but often have trouble in doing so. It was short-lived, with a single season of 20 episodes airing from November 2005 to November 2006.
It's one of Nickelodeon's cult classics in 2000s decade.
The animation looks pretty decent and it's a little similar to Samurai Jack.
Each of the X family has their own personality.
Mr. X the leader, father and the funny one.
Mrs. X the combat specalist, fighter, mother and the tough one.
Tuesday X the girly-girl, investigator, the daughter and the boy-crazy one.
Truman X the nerdy, tech expert and the smart one.
The characters can sometimes be mean-spirited, stereotypical, and cliched. Mostly Truman X.
The animation and designs didn't age quite well, but it's still OK.
The series was cancelled after only one season, which left from ending on a cliffhanger.
Just likethoseotherNickelodeon shows, it has never gotten on DVD or on any other streaming services. The only streaming service that the show is available on is on Amazon consisting 13 out of 20 episodes, but the episodes are currently unavailable in the United States. The closest is only on both Nick Pick Vol. 4 & 5, or Vimeo website where the director of the show Dave Marshall uploaded them. You can check them out here
The shows plot ripoffs The Incredibles as it's about a family of spies.
In 2010, after the series premiere of TUFF Puppy, Carlos Ramos came up on trying to bring The X's for a second season to resolve the cliffhanger ending and he said "I have some pieces that I think are good, but I don't have them all together, because I loved the characters and their universe they live, I don't make them really cliched. I have lots of elements that I think will work really well in another installment of The X's, if I can get enough time to be developing".
Ren & Stimpy creator John Kricfalusi voiced a minor character called Bowling Alley Guy in the episode "Pinheads".
The show is by far the mistreated Nicktoon that ever aired on the main network in history. Not only did the series suffer from a lack of advertising and being constantly pre-empted by other shows, but reruns were almost nonexistent. The network dropped the show a year later and reruns were dumped on Nicktoons Network, on which it was often pre-empted with other shows. The final episode never aired on either network, and the series is considered the most obscure and hardest to find Nicktoon.