|Based on||I Spy written by Jean Marzollo and photographed by Walter Wick|
|Voices of|| Tara Jayne |
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||52 (26 half-hour episodes)|
|Executive producer||Deborah Forte|
|Producers|| Jean Marzollo |
|Running time||22 minutes (2 11 minute segments)|
|Production companies||The Ink Tank (Season 1)|
JWL Entertainment Productions (Season 2)
|Distributor|| 9 Story Media Group |
|Original network||HBO Family|
|Original release||December 14, 2002 –|
September 21, 2003
I Spy is an American stop-motion/claymation television series that aired on the HBO Family digital pay-TV channel in the United States from December 14, 2002 to September 21, 2003, based on the popular children's book series created and written by Jean Marzollo and Walter Wick.Produced by The Ink Tank in season 1 and JWL Entertainment Productions in season 2 and Scholastic Media, the show lasted for two seasons and 52 episodes.
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