|Children's television series
| Josh Selig
|J. Walter Hawkes
|Country of origin
|No. of episodes
|Little Airplane Productions
| Treehouse TV (Canada)
|March 7, 2010
Tobi! is an American short-form children's television series originally airing on Treehouse TV in Canada, and Nickelodeon in Australia.The series premiered on March 7, 2010.
A young boy named Tobi wishes to make his world a better place.
Only four episodes were produced. A list of them is available below.
The series premiered on March 7, 2010, on Treehouse TV in Canada and Nickelodeon in Australia.The series would later be broadcast on various international networks.
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