|Written by||Thibaut Chatel, Franck Bertrand, Jacqueline Monsigny|
|Directed by||Thibaut Chatel|
|Country of origin||France|
|No. of episodes||52|
|Running time||26 minutes|
|Distributor||AB International Distribution|
|Original network|| Super RTL (German)|
Canal J (France) (Former)
|Original release||1998 –|
Triple Z is a French cartoon that aired during 1998 and 2000. It was rerun on an Italian channel in 2005. It was also aired on the German Super RTL channel in 2002. The show had around 52 episodes in total.
The show was produced by Animage Studios.
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