List of Jackie Chan Adventures Episodes

List Of Jackie Chan Adventures Episodes

This is a list of episodes of the television show Jackie Chan Adventures. Jackie Chan Adventures was a successful children's animated television series chronicling the adventures of a fictionalized version of action film star Jackie Chan. This series ran on Kids' WB! from September 9, 2000 to July 8, 2005 for a total of 95 episodes, over 5 seasons. During its run, it was also shown on Cartoon Network, and afterwards its reruns landed on Toon Disney's Jetix block. An Arabic translation has been airing on MBC 3 since early 2006. There have been several toys and video games based on the series.

Read more about List Of Jackie Chan Adventures Episodes:  Season 1 (The Twelve Talismans), Season 2 (The Demon Sorcerers), Season 3 (The Talisman-Powered Animals), Season 4 (The Oni Masks), Season 5 (The Demon Powers)

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