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We Baby Bears is an American animated spin-off television series of We Bare Bears announced on May 30, 2019.[1] The spin-off series focuses on The Baby Bears and explores fresh and fun stories with the show's most beloved baby bear characters, it takes place in an anime style than in the original setting of the series. Manny Hernandez serves as developer and showrunner while Daniel Chong and Calvin Wong serve as executive producers. It began airing on January 1, 2022. On January 31, 2022, the series was renewed for a second season.[2]

Broadcast Notes

The Canadian debut of the series was on Teletoon (1:30 p.m. EST on Saturday 1st January 2022) whereas the Canadian version of Cartoon Network was scheduled to debut it on Sunday 9th January 2022.


The Baby Bears travel to many different places on their adventures, they will be anywhere they explore.


After trying and failing to find a home, as usual, while cast onto the streets of a city (Most likely San Francisco), the Baby Bears end up in a local playground in the middle of the night and wish on a star ("Because that always works in cartoons", as Baby Grizz explains) that they'd at least have a chance at finding a new home, no matter where in the universe it is! By some twist of fate (Maybe real magic, or maybe just their imaginations, who can say?) the star falls from the sky and fuses with their box, turning it into a magical means of transportation to many worlds, from a village of talking vegetables, to a land where snowsculptures come to life, and goodness knows where else in-between.

In each of those worlds and the adventures that come with it, however, the Baby Bears end up finding reasons they do not belong there, and are forced to fly their box into the next reality to start over somewhere else, yet no matter what craziness they face, they continue to face it all together like the brothers they are.

While this show is still new, and thus there's no telling where they'll end up, it is clear that the magic (Real or Imagined) is bound to end when the bears are big enough to have outgrown the box, so all their adventures until that point are full of child-like whimsy and energy, proving that big things come in small packages, and that as long as Baby Grizz, Baby Panda, and Baby Ice Bear have each other, they can make themselves at home anywhere... no matter how outlandish and strange... even if it is only temporary.

Voice Cast

Main Cast

Guest Cast


Main article: Episode Guide


  • The spin-off series features the Baby Bears playing more of major roles than the Adult Bears.
  • The Baby Bears are give new voice actors.
    • The role Baby Panda went to Amari McCoy, replacing his former voice actors Duncan Joiner and Max Mitchell, the latter of whom would take the role of Baby Ice Bear.
    • In addition Connor Andrade takes over as Baby Grizz, due to Sam Lavagnino having hit puberty.
  • This is the first spin-off series where the Baby Bears are the main characters of the show (the Adult Bears may make some appearances).
  • The Baby Bears explore wherever they go on their adventures.
  • The Baby Bears appear in a totally different way; they'll appear in an anime style instead of the original, unless if the image that represents the series is promotional.
  • Baby Ice Bear is finally talking and he still refers himself his own name for the first time as a kid.
    • This sets the series after the episode "The Island" as Baby Grizz mentions that he and Baby Panda "really need to teach him how to talk" in that episode.
  • The title logo for We Baby Bears and The Baby Bears box with the stars on them almost resemble Steven Universe with the star on his red shirt.
  • Demetri Martin, who voiced Ice Bear as an adult, serves as the narrator of the series.
  • Baby Panda's mother appeared in "Meathouse". She got a piece of bamboo for Panda when he was just born.
  • Baby Ice Bear has had a few other characters revealing his real name besides just himself, except for Baby Grizz and Baby Panda that still call him "Little Bro".
  • Ranger Tabes doesn't appear in the series herself, but her picture is seen on a VHS cover in the episode "BooDunnit" and she's even seen as her original design from the original series.
  • The series takes place at some point in the 20th century, as there are cell phones and social media. This is because We Baby Bears isn't canon to We Bare Bears, and is an alternative universe.