Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz is a American preschool animated series created by Warner Bros. studios inspired by the books with elements from the 1939 film. Episodes are eleven minutes and there are a total of three seasons of twenty episodes apiece, except for the third season, which was only half the length of other seasons.

It ran from June 29th, 2017 to July 31, 2020 with a total of 60 episodes consisting of 110 segments.


It was initially a web exclusive to the Boomerang channel's video on demand service in the US. It has premiered elsewhere internationally on the television channel starting with Australia and New Zealand on June 26th, 2017.

In Canada it broadcasts on Treehouse and Teletoon.


By the end of the third season with sixty episodes it surpasses the 52-episode count of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (anime), although since episodes are half the length, the actual time of the series is still less.


It's plot would appear to take place sometime after The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and around the time of Ozma of Oz


Coming Soon to Boomerang Dorothy & the Wizard of Oz

Official Trailer

Since Warner Brothers owns the copyright to the 1939 film, this series acts as a sequel to it with the inclusion of the Ruby Slippers.

The series premiered in Australia on June 26th 2017 as the first section of the first episode was released digitally in the US for the Boomerang app. That section is currently free and does not require a subscription. This first episode delves into the story without much pretense except that Dorothy went back to Oz and became a princess with Ozma on the throne. It can be assumed events take place after The Emerald City of Oz where Dorothy decides to live in Oz but the Wizard returns in Season Two in a different way than he does in Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz.

For non-subscribers, the some episodes has also been released to DVD and on other purchasable steaming websites.

In Canada, it has broadcast on Treehouse since 2019 and Teletoon since 2020.


(from Animation World Network ) The series is based on the classic L. Frank Baum book series, and is set soon after Dorothy and her friends have defeated the Wicked Witch of the West. Following the original story, Queen Ozma has appointed Dorothy the Princess of Emerald City and, practically born for the role, Dorothy tackles her royal duties with enthusiasm, bravery and farm girl feistiness.

But it’s also a whole lot of responsibility, because Oz is pretty chaotic. There are Witches, Wizards, Munchkins, Flying Monkeys and a whole menagerie of mystical creatures. More often than not, magic falls into the wrong hands and that’s where Dorothy comes in. As Princess of Emerald City, Dorothy feels responsible to rein in the chaos. She loves to track down whichever magical person, place or thing is causing mischief in Oz and put a stop to it.




  • Wilhelmina (voiced by Jessica DiCicco) - The Wicked Witches of the West and East's niece
  • Frank (voiced by Steve Blum) - A flying monkey that is loyal to Wilhelmina.
  • Lyman (voiced by Jess Harnell) - A flying monkey that is loyal to Wilhelmina.
  • Yak Yakity Yak (voiced by Steven Blum) - A two-headed yak.
  • Wally (voiced by Kari Wahlgren) - A flying monkey with one wing.
  • Cosmo (voiced by Jess Harnell) - A flying monkey that works for Wilhelmina.
  • Deuce (voiced by J.P. Karliak) - A flying monkey that works for Wilhelmina.
  • Crank (voiced by Jess Harnell) - The leader of the Wheelers.
  • Beast Royales - An animal music group.
    • Lenny (voiced by Jess Harnell) - A lion who is a member of the Beast Royales.
    • Tig (voiced by J.P. Karliak) - A tiger who is a member of the Beast Royales.
    • Barry (voiced by Bill Fagerbakke) - A bear who is a member of the Beast Royales.
  • Melinda (voiced by Grey Griffin) - The evil twin sister of Glinda.
  • Sassy (voiced by Laraine Newman) - Melinda's lizard sidekick.
  • Prince Puzzleton (voiced by J.P. Karliak) - The prince of Fuddlecumjig.
  • Baroness Bunchausen (voiced by Jess Harnell) - The baroness of Bunbury.
  • King Glum (voiced by Bill Fagerbakke) - The king of Merryland.
  • Duchess Doofus (voiced by Kari Wahlgren) - The duchess of the Isle of Dofi.
  • Gingerbread Men (voiced by J.P. Karliak) - A bunch of gingerbread men that were accidentally created by Dorothy using Queen Ozma's magical cookie cutter.
  • Clobber Stone (voiced by Jess Harnell) - A rock monster that lives in the Nome Kingdom.
  • Gary the Jewel Mule (voiced by J.P. Karliak) - A giant mule that likes to lick large jewels.
  • Queen Tureen (voiced by Jessica Ciccio) - Ruler of the people of China Country.
  • China Bull (voiced by Steve Blum) - A bull made of china that lives in China Country.
  • Rustle (voiced by Bill Fagerbakke) - A Wheeler who is a top racer in the Wheeler 500.
  • Undertaker (voiced by Jess Harnell) - An inhabitant of Under the Rainbow that collects broken magical things.
  • Ullie, Bob, and Ollie (voiced by Steve Blum, Bill Fagerbakke, and J.P. Karliak) - A trio of imps employed by Wilhelmina.


Season One

  1. Beware the Woozy / Magical Mandolin
  2. Toto Unleashed / Official Ozian Exam
  3. Locket Locket in My Pocket / Mixed-Up Mixer
  4. Ojo the Unlucky / Lion's Share
  5. Rules of Attraction / Brain Power of Love
  6. Jinxed / Rise of the Nome King
  7. One-Winged Wally / Wand-erful
  8. No Sleep Sleepover / Lion Catches a Bug
  9. Tik Tok and Tin Man / If I Only Had Some Brawn
  10. The Beast Royales / Time After Time
  11. Kitten Around / Castle Sitters
  12. Stuck on You / Family Matters
  13. The Emerald of Zog / Cooking Up Some Magic
  14. Copy Cat / Snow Place Like Home
  15. Mirror Madness / Everything Coming Up Poppies
  16. A Cut Above the Rest / Abraca-Oops
  17. Halloween Heist / Haunt Me Not
  18. Wheelers of Fortune / Sister Sister
  19. Moody Magic / If the Shoe Fits
  20. Get Smart / Mission Imp-Possible

Season Two

  1. The Wizard Returns / The Wizard Pays a Visit
  2. Escape from the Crystal Ball / The Return of the Wicked Witch
  3. Three Friends and a Magic Crystal / Toto Transformed
  4. Scarecrow Knows Best / General Jinjur
  5. Where-Helmina's My Broom?! / Yellow Brick Road Race
  6. Don't Follow the Yellow Brick Road / The Tallest Munchkin
  7. Scarecrow Goes to College / Welcome to Oz Mitch
  8. Wheeling Tin Man / Home Away from Home
  9. The Vault Heist / Witch One's the Boss?!
  10. Wingmen No More / Hammer Time
  11. Jest Kidding / Sisterhood of the Witch
  12. The Old Classic / Too Predictable
  13. Oztember Surprise / Sir Hokus of Pokes
  14. The Nice Witch / Scoodlers
  15. Emerald Thumb / The Witch Hunter
  16. The Tin Giant / Dorothy's Detective Agency
  17. Kingdom of Dreams / Ozmosis
  18. Lion and the Crown / Munchkin School
  19. Welcome to the Bungle / The Mouse that Roared
  20. Special Delivery / Broomstormers!
  21. Prisoner Under The Rainbow / The Lost Appetite
  22. Chasing Rainbows / The Wicked Wand
  23. Ojo's Treasure Hunt / Return of Pumpkinhead
  24. Christmas in Oz 
  25. Doozy of a Woozy / The Wizard Gets Witched
  26. Toto A Go! Go! / Cap'n Bill in Going Nowhere Fast

Season Three

  1. The Return of the Silver Slippers Part 1 / The Return of the Silver Slippers Part 2
  2. The Return of the Silver Slippers Part 3 / The Return of the Silver Slippers Part 4
  3. Monkey Business Part 1 / Monkey Business Part 2
  4. Beast in Show / The New Beast of the East
  5. Oz On Ice Part 1 (May 30) / Oz On Ice Part 2 (May 31 on Treehouse)
  6. Naught a Fun Ride / Triple Something
  7. Hatterday Night Fever / Blinkie Gets Her Groove Back
  8. The Wicked Wizard / Doggone Cat Crazy
  9. Guardians of the Gates of Yawn / Trip to the Moon
  10. The Good the Wicked and the Silver Part 1 / The Good, The Wicked, and the Silver Part 2 (aired July 4 and July 5 on Treehouse)
  11. Three Eyes and a Baby / Just For Kicks
  12. The Tin Champion / North Meets West
  13. Battle for the Silver Slippers Part One / Battle for the Silver Slippers Part Two



  • It received positive reviews by the critics, saying the character designs and humor of this show, is so adorable, compared to the 1939 film.
  • It was the first Oz animated project to be aimed to preschoolers.
  • This is the second animated series to be a sequel to the MGM film as the first was 1990's The Wizard of Oz (TV series)
    • As with the 1990 series, it is also the third to feature a return of the Wicked Witch of the West, who in this case is trapped inside a crystal ball instead of being resurrected by the flying monkeys. The second is Save Oz! where she is revived by Glinda.
    • Similar to the 1990 series, Dorothy still has the Ruby Slippers which she uses to get back to Oz.
  • This is also the second animated series to feature Ojo after Amazon's Lost in Oz (web series)
  • This is the third Oz project for Warner Bros. animation after Tom and Jerry & the Wizard of Oz and Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz.
    • Jess Harnall and Greg Ellis have both voiced together in a couple of Tom and Jerry films but neither voiced for the two above.
    • Jess Harnall provided the voice of a singer in Lion of Oz and has done many voices for Walt Disney Pictures
    • Kari Wahlgren played the voice for Tiger Lily from Peter Pan and Ozma in the video game Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. which features other Oz characters.
  • Tin Man operates more like a mechanical machine or a robot then his film counterpart.
  • The Ruby Slippers are shown to have various powers including flight.
    • Since she has magic, Ozma can float on her own.
  • This series is the first sequel adaption to the 1939 film to have Dorothy portrayed as a little girl instead of imitating Judy Garland's performance while her three friends are still imitations of Ray Bolger (Scarecrow), Jack Haley (Tin Man), and Bert Lahr (Lion).


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Live-action adaptations
Silent films Fairylogue and Radio-Plays (1908) • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1910) • His Majesty, the Scarecrow of Oz (1914) • The Patchwork Girl of Oz (1914) • The Magic Cloak of Oz (1914) •

The Wizard of Oz (1925)

Modern films

The Wizard of Oz (1939) • The Wonderful Land of Oz (1969) • 20th Century Oz (1976) • The Wiz (1978) • Return to Oz (1985) • The Wizard of Oz (1994) • The Muppets' Wizard of Oz (2005) • After the Wizard (2011) • Oz the Great and Powerful (2013) • The Wiz Live! (2015)

Spin-off films Flying Monkeys (2013)
Guest Appearances Inkheart (2008)
TV Series

Adventures in Oz with Cheryl (1999) • Lost in Oz (2002) • Tin Man (2007) • La Maga (2008) • Dorothy and the Witches of Oz (2011) • Emerald City (2017)

Guest Appearances Shirley Temple's Storybook (1960) • Once Upon a Time (2011-2018) • Supernatural (2013-)
Animated adaptations

Return to Oz (1964) • Journey Back to Oz (1974) • Dorothy in the Land of Oz (1980) • The Wizard of Oz (1982) • The Wizard of Oz (1983) • Dorothy Meets Ozma of Oz (1987) • The Wizard of Oz (1991) • Lion of Oz (2000) • Tom and Jerry & the Wizard of Oz (2011) • Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return (2014) • Save Oz! (2015) • Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz (2016) • Urfin Jus and His Wooden Soldiers (2017) • The Steam Engines of Oz (2018)

Guest Appearances The LEGO Movie (2014) • The Lego Batman Movie (2017)

Tales of the Wizard of Oz (1961) • In the Magical Land of Oz (1983) • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1986) • The Wonderful Galaxy of Oz (1990) • The Wizard of Oz (1990) • The Oz Kids (1996) • Adventures in the Emerald City (1999) • Marchen Awakens Romance (2007) • Lost in Oz (2015-2018) • Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz (2017-2020)

Guest Appearances Superfriends (1980)
Upcoming adaptations Wicked (2021) • Return to Emerald City (?) • How the Wizard Came to Oz (?) • The Land of Oz (?) • Oz (?)
Pastiches, parodies, etc Rugrats (1999) • That's So Raven (2003-2006) • Victorious (2012) • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2013) • Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn (2017)
Reality TV Project Runway (2004) • Face Off (2011)
Shorts and others Beef Ravioli commercials (2006) • After Oz (2007) • OzLand (2015) • The Land of Oz (short film) (2015) • Dorothy in the Land of Stars (2017) •Unknown (TBA)
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