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Oggy Oggy
An Oggy show... without the cockroaches?
Genre: Animation
Running Time: 22 minutes (7 minutes per segment)
Country: France
Release Date: August 24, 2021 - present
Network(s): Netflix
Created by: Jean Cayrol
Cédric Guarneri
Distributed by: Netflix
Seasons: 1
Episodes: 16
Previous show: Oggy and the Cockroaches
Next show: Oggy and the Cockroaches: Next Generation

Oggy Oggy is an animated 3D series distributed by Netflix in 2021. It is a spin-off of Oggy and the Cockroaches.


The series centers on Oggy having adventures with his cat friends in a city made up of cats.

Bad Qualities

  1. Similar to ReBoot: The Guardian Code, this show is absolutely nothing like the original show. Aside from Oggy, none of the other characters (including the roaches,Jack, Olivia and Bob) from the original series appear in this show.
  2. The iconic Oggy's house with a blue roof has a new design that is mediocre.
    • In the original series, Oggy lives in Animville (Chaville in the episode Oggy's Crab), but here he lives in a city occupied by cats with an unoriginal name: Catopolis.
  3. Even if this is just a spin-off, not having the cockroaches means not having the same funny humor as the main series (except season 5): in fact, the humor of this series is a downgrade of the first, because the jokes are milder and they lack charm and extravagance.
  4. Although nice to look at, the art style is a huge contrast to the original, as while the latter was fun and resembled a mix of both Looney Tunes and The Ren & Stimpy Show, they did something rather simplistic here instead and ends up looking like a Japanese ad of Oggy (rather than a true art style of a series).
  5. All the cats on the show use the same design, but with different colors and clothing, which is utterly lazy.
  6. Generic episode plots.
  7. A theme song that tries to be as cute as possible but fails.
  8. The show itself can be summed up as a "kid-friendly" show.
  9. The animation, while lively for the most part, can look rather choppy at times.

Good Qualities

  1. The art style, while not as glamorous as that of the previous show, is still pretty to look at.
  2. The animation, while choppy looking, is really beautiful, colorful and lively.
  3. Oggy's design still remains faithful to the original show.
  4. Some funny moments here and there.
  5. Some episodes are okay to watch.
  6. Oggy is still a likable character since he kept most of his charm.
  7. The music is pretty catchy (even the theme song).