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The Adventures of BD
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Genre Comedy
Format Animated series
Created by The AveronDocrandom Team
Starring Bony Ring, Troy Bottoroff, Leontyev Valeryevich and other voices
Country of origin USA
Language(s) English
German (Only when Sergente Beanson talks)
Russian (Averon's primary language)
Tibetan (Troy's secondary language)
No. of seasons 16
No. of episodes 621 (List of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Eakstei
Brandon the Stick
Running time 20-30 min.
Production company(s) AveronDocrandom Productions
Cartoon Network Studios
Bottoroff Productions
RDM Productions
Fresh TV
Splash Entertainment
The Greeny Channel Studios (since 2015)
Distributor Warner Bros. Television (syndication)
Turner International (worldwide)
AveronDocrandom Television Distribution (US syndication)
Original channel Cartoon Network
TJ's World Network
Random Domo Network Kids
TV Tokyo (Japan)
Karusel (Russia)
The Greeny Channel
Original run June 12, 1998 – present
Followed by The Adventures of Averon
Preceded by {{{preceded}}}
Spin-offs/Related Shows The Adventures of RDM
The Adventures of Averon
The Adventures of MKAF
The Adventures of Louis
The Adventures of ER and Friends
The New Adventures of ER and Friends
RDMNOPQRSTUV's Life in the Enterprise

The Adventures of BD is an American animated television series created by The AveronDocrandom Team (consisting of Bony Ring, Troy Bottoroff and Leontyev Valeryevich). The show first premiered on Cartoon Network on June 12, 1998 with the pilot episode, which led to a series of half-hour episodes.

The AveronDocrandom Team first conceived the show in late 1990 with his idea of "building a whole world" around their three characters, Bony Ring, Troy Bottoroff and Leontyev Valeryevich, early versions of the main characters. However, in 1992, changes were made to the characters, and they soon made more characters in the universe. The characters first appeared on the What a Cartoon! show in March 1995. The cartoons were adapted into a half-hour television series in June 1998.

The success of the show's premiere helped three spin-off series get made, titled The Adventures of Averon, which premiered on June 29, 2003 and focuses on Leontyev Valeryevich and his other friend Pika and The Adventures of RDM, which premiered on June 14, 2012, as well as two feature films, The Adventures of BD Movie and The Adventures of BD Movie 2: Hater Strikes Back!.

The show is a segment of Penguin's Adventure Hour since 2012, replacing CatDog.


The series focuses on the adventures of Bony "Doc" Ring, Troy "Tenzin Rigzin" Bottoroff and Leontyev Dmitri "Averon" Valeryevich, who live in the city of RDMville set in 2013. They're stopping their arch-nemesises, Hater, Ninja Chicz, Mr. Pedobear and Obey Phil.


Main characters


  • Hater
  • Ninja Chicz
  • Mr. Pedobear
  • Obey Phil
  • Ynob Gnir
  • Yort Fforottob (a.k.a Modnar Omod Seivom or MDR)
  • Veytnoel Hciveyrelav
  • Santed Sailor
  • JT Murd
  • Gree Guy
  • Elias Pickney
  • Keithy Guy
  • Bryan Guy
  • Sergente Beanson
  • Me Troll

Secondary characters

Minor characters


Warner Bros. Pictures, Cartoon Network Movies and AveronDocrandom Productions produced The Adventures of BD Movie, a film adaption of The Adventures of BD animated series released on October 20, 2004. The film was directed by one of the series creators, Bony Ring.


United States


  • Cartoon Network (2012–present)
  • Teletoon (1999–2018)
  • YTV (2000–2018)
  • Nickelodeon (2009–2018)

Latin America

  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)
  • Nickelodeon (2000–2018)


  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)
  • TV Brasil (2007–2018)

United Kingdom and Ireland

  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)
  • KidsCo (2007–2012)
  • CITV (2012–2018)


  • Cartoon Network (2005–present)


  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)
  • Télétoon+ (2001–2018)


  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)


  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)

Netherlands and Flanders

  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)

Nordic and Scandinavia

  • Cartoon Network (2000–present)
  • MTV3 (2013-present)


  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)

Russia and Southeastern Europe

  • Cartoon Network (2009–present)
  • Karusel (2013-present)


  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)


  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)


  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)


  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)


  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)
  • TV Tokyo (2001–present)


  • Cartoon Network (2004–present)


  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)

Southeast Asia

  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)

South Korea

  • Cartoon Network (2006–present)


  • Cartoon Network (1999–present)

TV content ratings

US: TV-Y7/TV-Y7-FV (1998–2010); TV-PG/TV-PG-V (2010–present)



  • The Adventures of BD is the last surviving Cartoon Cartoon.
  • Most of the characters can also be found on Domo Animate, Scratch and others.

The Adventures of BD and its spinoffs
The Adventures of BDThe Adventures of RDMThe Adventures of AveronThe Adventures of Louis
Bony RingTroy BottoroffLeontyev ValeryevichLouisHater
The Adventures of BD Movie (2004) • The Adventures of BD Movie 2: Hater Strikes Back! (2014)

Other media
The Adventures of BD (video game)The Adventures of BD DSThe Adventures of BD: RDMville Chaos!Meet Averon (DVD)