Kid vs. Kat (2008)

6.6
/ 10
5 User Ratings
22m
Running Time

2
Seasons

104
Episodes

October 25, 2008
Release Date

TV
IMDb ratings
6.1
Kid vs. Kat

Kid vs. Kat (2008)

6.6
/ 10
5 User Ratings
22m
Running Time

2
Seasons

104
Episodes

October 25, 2008
Release Date

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Network & Production Companies
Studio B Productions

Plot.

Kid vs. Kat is a Canadian-American animated television series developed and produced at Studio B Productions. The show was created and co-directed by Rob Boutilier. The series is distributed by Studio B Productions. The feature revolves around a 10-year-old boy's constant battle with his sister's Sphinx cat which, in reality, is a cybernetic alien. The show premiered on YTV in Canada on October 25, 2008, aired on Disney XD in the United States on February 21, 2009, and then ended on June 4, 2011. It ran for 2 seasons, spanning 52 episodes.

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Release Date
October 25, 2008

Status
Ended

Seasons
2

Episodes
104

Running Time
22m

Content Rating
TV-Y7

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Kid vs. Kat (stylized KiD vs KaT) is a Canadian animated television series that originally aired on YTV in Canada from October 25, 2008, until June 4, 2011. The series was created and co-directed by Rob Boutilier, developed and produced at Studio B Productions (owned by WildBrain), in association with YTV and Jetix Europe (transformed as Disney XD for its second season) 52 episodes were produced.

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