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Harvey Street Kids is an American animated comedy television series developed by Emily Brundige for DreamWorks Animation Television, and is based on comic book characters from Harvey Comics. The series is also produced by Aliki Theofilopoulos and Brendan Hay. It premiered June 29, 2018 on Netflix.


From long kickball games to the many flavors of trucked ice cream to an impressive climbing tree, most days on Harvey Street feels like a vacation. Audrey, Dot and Lotta are BFFs and the street's guardians. They try to keep Harvey Street great and start wild afternoon adventures.

Cast and characters

Main article: Characters


Main article: Episodes
== Season 1 (2018) ==
Ep. Title
1 "War and Trees/Trade Wreck"
2 "While You Weren't Sleeping/The Secret Strife of Pets"
3 "Harveyween/New Kid on the Block"
4 "It's a Wonderful LARP/My Sectional Romance"
5 "Campfire Weekend/Girls Just Wanna Save Fun"
6 "FruLess/Citizen Cape"
7 "Cereal/Tiny Danger"
8 "A Matter of Life and BFF/Cheer and Present Danger"
9 "Wary Lotta & the Chamber of Secrets/VHMess"
10 "The Great Brain Robbery/Can't Purr-y Love"
11 "Elder Skelter/A More Perfect Reunion"
12 "Clinging in the Rain/Raccoon Hoarder Picture Show"
13 "Pretty in Pinkeye/The Monsters Are Due on Harvey Street"


  • The character designs and the characters' personalities for the series, are completely different than the original Little Audrey theatrical cartoons, as well as the Harvey Girls comic books.
    • Audrey, Lotta and Dot also wear more contemporary clothing, which is quite different when easily compared to their iconic 1930's outfits.
  • Unlike the original Little Audrey theatrical cartoons, and the Harvey Girls comic books, Harvey Street Kids is set in the 2010's (based on the kids' use of tablets and the internet).
  • This series appears to be wackier, cartoonier and a lot more slapsticky than the original Little Audrey theatrical cartoons ever was.
  • Each episode title features either the face of one of the girls or their team symbol, similar to classic cartoons showing the face of a character to show who the star is, before the episode's name appears. In this case, if an episode focuses on either Audrey, Dot, or Lotta, that girl's face will show. If it doesn't have a particular focus, it shows their symbol.
  • Harvey Street itself, as well as its founder is named after Harvey Comics.