Top PJ Masks Facts

PJ Masks is a popular animated TV series for children. It follows the adventures of three 6-year-olds who transform into heroes at night to save the world. The characters, Catboy, Owlette, and Gekko, are based on popular comic book superheroes.

  1. The show first premiered in 2015 on Disney Junior.

  2. The original French version of the show was called Les Pyjamasques.

  3. The PJ Masks headquarters is named the PJ Picture Player.

  4. The villains in the show are Romeo, Luna Girl, and Night Ninja.

  5. Each episode runs for approximately 22 minutes.

  6. The series is a collaboration between Entertainment One and Frog Box.

  7. The creators of the show are Christian De Vita and Norman J. Grossfeld.

  8. The main character, Catboy, has super speed and can hear things from far away.

  9. Owlette has the power of flight and can shoot laser beams from her eyes.

  10. Gekko has super strength and can stick to walls and ceilings like a gecko.


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