Winston Steinburger and Sir Dudley Ding Dong

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Winston Steinburger and Sir Dudley Ding Dong
Genre Science fiction
Created byMike Geiger
Written byMark Satterthwaite
Thomas Duncan-Watt
Charlotte Rose Hamlyn
Mark Little
Directed byPaul H. Brown
Glenn Kirkpatrick
Voices of
Theme music composerPatrick Cooke
Country of originAustralia
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes26
Executive producers
  • Donna Andrews
  • Laura Clunie
  • Olivier Dumont
  • Margaret O'Brien
  • Chris Rose
ProducersStu Connelly
Tristan Homer
Running time22 minutes
Production company
Entertainment One
  • Sticky Pictures
DistributorEntertainment One
Original network Teletoon (Canada)
ABC Me (Australia)
Picture format 1080i HDTV
Original release19 September 2016 (2016-09-19) (Australia) 2 January 2017 (2017-01-02) (Canada) 
January 27, 2017 (2017-01-27)

Winston Steinburger and Sir Dudley Ding Dong is an animated children's television series created by Mike Geiger. The series follows the intergalactic adventures of a 12-year-old boy named Winston Steinburger and his best friend, a cat named Dudley.


It was first announced in 2014 as a joint co-production of Teletoon and ABC Me, [1] then sold to other broadcasters. [2] [3]

On 31 December 2019, Hasbro acquired Entertainment One for a $3.8 billion deal, making the series under the ownership of Hasbro. [4]





No.TitleOriginal air date
1"Party Pants Bromance / Very Fast Forward"2 January 2017 (2 January 2017) [5]
2"Love and Rockets / Hitchhiker's Guide to Gastronomy"3 January 2017 (3 January 2017)
3"Eat My Dust, Space Witch / Evil Interns"8 January 2017 (8 January 2017)
4"Camp Coppawannastopya / The Greasiest Grease Trap in the Galaxy"9 January 2017 (9 January 2017)
5"Smashing It / Rip Van Wrinkles"10 January 2017 (10 January 2017)
6"Safety First / Prank Day"11 January 2017 (11 January 2017)
7"The Most Important Meal of the Day / A Beef History of Time"4 January 2017 (4 January 2017)
8"Hampton's Family Reunion / Father of Invention"12 January 2017 (12 January 2017)
9"Spritzed / Bikers in Space"13 January 2017 (13 January 2017)
10"Day of the Dud / Map Day"7 January 2017 (7 January 2017)
11"Goat Dude 4 / Finding Num-Num"14 January 2017 (14 January 2017)
12"Opposites Attack / The Alliance of Guardians"15 January 2017 (15 January 2017)
13"Space Bigfoot / Win Win Win Situation"5 January 2017 (5 January 2017)
14"Comedy Night / No More Normies"16 January 2017 (16 January 2017)
15"The Winston Steinburger Experience / You Win-ston, You Lose-ston"17 January 2017 (17 January 2017)
16"Sir's Club / Space Junked"6 January 2017 (6 January 2017)
17"Hamburger Horror Story / Swamp Ten"18 January 2017 (18 January 2017)
18"Cupcake Re-Refreshener / Let's Be Spacecops"19 January 2017 (19 January 2017)
19"Invention Bandit / The Boy Who Cried Burger"20 January 2017 (20 January 2017)
20"Sgt. Winston Powersuit Jr. / Speed Eaters"21 January 2017 (21 January 2017)
21"Subconscious Slumber Party / Planet Learnius"22 January 2017 (22 January 2017)
22"Lord of the Fleas / The Crew-Zuu Blues"23 January 2017 (23 January 2017)
23"Ding Dong Spacecop / Happy Birthday, Dear Dark Lord"24 January 2017 (24 January 2017)
24"Spacecop Soda Force / A Shoe-In for Trouble"25 January 2017 (25 January 2017)
25"Mystery of the Cuttyroid / Adventures in Holo-Sitting"26 January 2017 (26 January 2017)
26"Gross Violations / Dear Diary"27 January 2017 (27 January 2017)


The series has also aired on Disney XD in Latin America, Pop Max in the United Kingdom and Ireland, and Nickelodeon in the Scandinavia region. Reruns in Canada air on Cartoon Network. It also aired on Pop in Africa.

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