The Amazing Spiez!

The Amazing Spiez!
The main characters
Genre Action
Created by
Developed by David Michel
Vincent Chalvon-Demersay
Written by Vincent Chalvon-Demersay
Michelle Lamoureux
Robert Lamoureux
Ben Joseph
Frank Young
David Michel
Directed by Stephane Berry (director and art)
Rodolphe Ploquin
Patrick Lavoie (art director)
Voices of
Country of origin
  • France
  • Canada
Original language(s)
  • French
  • English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 52 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Vincent Chalvon-Demersary
Sylvain Viau
Lorraine Collet
Michelle Lamoureux
Robert Lamoureux
Producer(s) Vincent Chalvon-Demersary
David Michel
Sylvain Viau
Production location(s) Paris, France
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Marathon Media Group
Image Entertainment Corporation
Distributor Zodiak Kids
Canal J
Original network Cartoon Network
Picture format SD
First shown in Asia- Disney Channel Asia
Original release March 15, 2009 – May 25, 2012
Preceded by Totally Spies!
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The Amazing Spiez! (French: SpieZ! Nouvelle Génération) is a French/Canadian animated television series produced by the French company Marathon Media and the Canadian company Image Entertainment Corporation. Originally broadcast on Teletoon. It is a spinoff of Totally Spies!. The show first aired on one of its original channels, TF1, on April 1, 2009,[1] although it had already begun airing on March 15, 2009 on Disney Channel (Asia). The series was premiered and broadcast originally on Teletoon in Canada. Since September 2010, it premiered on weekdays at 6am and 11:00am. The series premiered internationally on Cartoon Network in the USA on April 26, 2010 at 8:30am (ET). After running 10 episodes the series moved to 5:00pm (ET). For Season 2, premieres were moved to 8:30am. Later, on May 25, 2012, it was announced that "The Amazing Spiez!" would premiere its series finale.


The series was first inspired to make a spy show but for Family and Kids also a series wanted something similar to Totally Spies! So Vincent Chalvon-Demersary and David Michel started the series. The series was in production and build by production company Marathon Media and was also co production company Image Entertainment Corporation with in association and aired on TF1 and Teletoon. The Funds were assistance from The Canadian Film or Video Production Tax credit, Quebec Film or Television production tax credit, Telefilm Canada and Bell Fund.


  • Lee Clark: Lee is the oldest at 13 and considered the strongest one. He is very athletic and the most powerful spy in the group. While his two brothers share funny and immature traits, Lee is part big brother/part father figure. Nothing is more important than his siblings that he would do anything to protect them.[2] His spy suit and his MPCom are red. He is also the jet pilot and is often shown to be claustrophobic. In addition, he has a habit of going crazy over girls, which is similar to Clover's boy-craziness. In his normal appearance, Lee has auburn colored hair that seems to be in the style of a flat top. He has pale blue (sometimes grey) eyes, wears a red short sleeved shirt with a white "W" on it, burgundy colored pants, red shoes, and a red and white wrist band. He is currently working part-time at a restaurant called Siber Smoothie. He is studying in the 8th grade. He is voiced by Andrew Sabiston.
  • Megan Clark: Megan is an optimistic and high energy 12-year-old girl. She always hangs out with her brothers. She usually cracks up at jokes that are not funny at all. She often puns but always notes that her puns are not intended. She is often reminded by her brothers that she is 'just a girl', but this pushes her to be even more competitive.[2] Her spy suit and MPCom are pink. She sometimes switches places with Lee as the jet pilot. Megan is almost the spitting image of Alex from the original series, 'Totally Spies!'. She is in the seventh grade like Marc. Growing up with her 3 brothers made her develop a sort of tomboyish personality.[3] In her normal appearance, Megan has black hair that's swept up in the backside (almost like Alex's). She has green eyes and wears a pink hoodie that exposes her stomach, a pink skirt with white leggings, and pink shoes with fuchsia pink pom-poms on them. Her dark skin is probably from her aunt Trudy who is seen with a dark complexion and hair color from her father. On TV, she wears pink, and on the Internet (such as YouTube) she wears purple. Megan is the second oldest, She is voiced by Alyson Court.
  • Marc Clark: Marc is the smartest one in the group at 12 - and WOOHP, as proven in episode WOOCSI-. Much like Sam, his intelligence is sometimes considered freaky by his siblings. He calls himself the 'Family Geek'. He has the knowledge of every single subject known to man, but 'like most geeks' cannot get a date. He likes to fiddle around with the gadgets and alter their functions.[2] His spy suit and his MPCom are blue. Sometimes he switches places with Lee or Megan as the jet pilot.[4] He and Megan get along very well. In most episodes they are seen with an arm or an elbow around each other. In his normal appearance, Marc has short light brown hair in the normal style that a 12-year-old boy would have. He has hazel eyes and wears a blue hoodie with white sleeves, cargo pants, and blue shoes. He and Lee are the only two siblings that look like their mom - with the hair and skin tone. Marc is voiced by Peter Cugno.
  • Tony Clark: Tony is the youngest sibling of the Clark family who is 11 years old. Tony is a no-nonsense go-getter and very hyperactive boy. He is impatient and relies too much on intuition, and he doesn't like 'thinking', which sometimes leads the spies into deep trouble.[5] His spy suit and MPCom are yellow and the Freezdiscs seem to be his favorite gadget. He shares a room with Marc. In his normal appearance, Tony, like Megan, has black hair that is swept up one way and down the other and also has green eyes. He wears a yellow long sleeve shirt under a blue jacket, blue pants, yellow shoes, and a grey belt. He and Megan are the only ones to look like Alex from Totally Spies! and to look like their dad - skin tone and hair style. He is in the 6th grade. He is voiced by Julie Lemieux.
  • Jerry: Jerry is the founder and administrator of WOOHP (World Organization of Human Protection). He is a middle-aged, and very serious British gentleman. He briefs the Spiez on their missions, distributes their gadgets, and provides mission support with information or direct involvement. He is often the butt of jokes when it comes to his absence of a full head of hair and his age. He is voiced by Adrian Truss.
  • Tami: Tami is a popular 13-year-old girl in the Spiez' school. She's a rival to Megan. Sometimes she's a bit annoying and Megan hates her for being spoiled and snobby all the time. She has also seen Megan in full spy gear, but then her memory was erased by WOOHP. She is somewhat like Mandy from Totally Spies!. She is the only character that wears more than one outfit in the whole show, aside from Megan in some episodes. In "Operation: Evil Paparazzi", Tami is shown to have a crush on Lee, but the feelings are not returned. She is voiced by Sugar Lyn Beard.[6]
  • Cal Clark: The husband of Karen and the father of the Spiez. He is a former OOPSIE agent who beat Alpha and Omega (episode 22-24) with his partner and now wife, Karen. He has no idea his children are WOOHP agents. He owns a sports store and has a very healthy way of life. As the head of the Clark family, Cal wishes to instill his kids to follow a certain kind of discipline.[2] He is voiced by Dan Petronijevic.
  • Karen Clark: The wife of Cal, the younger sister of Aunt Trudy, and the mother of the Spiez. Karen is a former OOPSIE agent who, like her husband, has no idea her children are WOOHP agents. She is now a real estate agent, voiced by Liz Ramos.[7]
  • Sam, Alex, Clover, Britney, Blaine, and Dean appear on occasion.
  • Some of the villains from Totally Spies! particularly from the fifth season, have appeared.



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