We Bare Bears: 5 Reasons Why It's One Of CN's Best Shows (& 5 Why It's Overrated)
We Bare Bears is a popular animated Cartoon Network show that follows three bears; Grizz, Panda, and Ice Bear, in their daily lives. The trio find friends wherever they go and are thrown into various adventures in each episode. The show is different than anything else on the air and is an obvious fan-favorite.
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We Bare Bearsis a lovely and calming show that most enjoy and would say is one of Cartoon Network's best shows, but there are also some aspects of the show that are overrated.
10 Best Show: Found Family
Grizz, Panda, and Ice Bear are a found family that continues to make friends wherever they go on their adventures.
The three bears have been family since they found each other living on the streets when they were baby bears and have kept a tight-knit family ever since. Their family is at the heart of the show and a strong and lovely plot point in almost every episode.
9 Overrated: Baby Bears
At first, the baby bear episodes that see Grizz, Panda, and Ice Bear on adventures in their childhood were interesting at first but these episodes seem to show up more frequently as the show has been on the air making them have less significance.
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It's fun seeing the baby bears and there are great episodes featuring them, but it would be stronger if there weren't so many.
8 Best Show: Calming Vibes
Almost every episode of We Bare Bears has a calming vibe attached to it that makes the show an enjoyable experience. Some episodes hardly have any dialogue and accomplish telling a whole story without words and most of the episodes have calming music in the background.
The show maintains a calm aesthetic while also having tense moments in episodes and have different styles of animation and this balance in the show is impressive.
7 Overrated: The Personalities Of The Bears
Each bear has a well-defined personality, but at times it seems like their personalities are a little one-note. There are great storylines surrounding the bears, but their one-note personalities sometimes weaken the plot. Grizz needs to be the leader, Panda is obsessed with social media, and Ice Bear is stoic and quiet.
There's more to them, and it's true that some lovable characters are best known for a few personality traits, but sometimes it seems like their actions are driven by these simplistic personality traits.
6 Best Show: Kind And Adorable
We Bare Bears is an objectively and unapologetically positive, kind, and adorable show, which is something that isn't seen very often. The show leans into its themes and makes it one of the best-animated shows on the air right now.
The series consistently has a good and kind message while dealing with relatable emotional issues that each of the bears, or their friends, go through and everyone pitches in to help the person during going through a rough time.
5 Overrated: Stand Alone Episodes
We Bare Bears usually has stand-alone episodes and the show doesn't follow a common plot throughout its seasons. Each episode is a short story that can be watched in any order, and although this is a good set up for the short animated show, it also sometimes leaves a lot to be desired.
Having a bit more of an overarching plot throughout the series could make the show even better.
4 Best Show: Different Styles Of Animation
We Bare Bears doesn't have one particular type of animation and instead tries something a little different in almost every episode of the series. The show pays homage to different styles of animation and different movies as well especially the episodes that focus on Ice Bear's character.
The show's approach and care to paying appropriate homage to animation and movies is both impressive and fun to watch.
3 Overrated: Focus On Technology
We Bare Bears has a surprising amount of focus on technology in the world the bears live in. It's most likely because Panda is obsessed with everything tech, especially social media, so the show does tend to have a focus on new types of tech.
We Bare Bears has created such a calming aesthetic, but sometimes the constant technology takes the viewer out of their calm vibe.
2 Best Show: Creative Storylines
We Bare Bears hasn't been on the air for long compared to other long-running animated shows and they've consistently come up with new and original ideas for each episode. There's a lot of heart and love with each episode but also an engaging and original storyline.
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The creativity of the show is impressive and a delight to see what new adventure the bears get into each week and which types of characters they become friends with.
1 Overrated: Shorter Episodes
We Bare Bears has very short episodes and it does seem to work well with its stand-alone episodes, but having a bit longer episodes and an overarching plot could help make the show even better.
A We Bare Bears movie was released in 2020 that was a little over an hour-long and a good contrast to the typical shorter episode.
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We Bare Bears
We Bare Bears is an American animated television series created by Daniel Chong for Cartoon Network. The show follows three bears, Grizzly, Panda, and Ice Bear (respectively voiced by Eric Edelstein, Bobby Moynihan, and Demetri Martin), and their awkward attempts at integrating with the human world in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The series was based on Chong's webcomicThe Three Bare Bears, and the pilot episode made its world premiere at the KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival, where it won in the "Young Amsterdam Audience" category. The show premiered on July 27, 2015 and ended on May 27, 2019 and ran for four seasons and 140 episodes.
A film adaptation, We Bare Bears: The Movie was released digitally on June 30, 2020 and later aired on Cartoon Network on September 7, 2020; it served as a conclusion to the narrative of the series. A TV spin-off, entitled We Baby Bears and focusing on the three bears when they were cubs, was announced in May 2019 to be in development and will release in 2022.
See also: List of We Bare Bears characters
We Bare Bears follows three adoptive brother bears: Grizzly (often called Grizz), Panda (often called Pan-Pan), and Ice Bear. The bears attempt to integrate with human society, such as by purchasing food, making human companions or trying to become famous on the Internet, although these attempts see the bears struggle to do so due to the civilized nature of humans and their own animal instincts. However, in the end, they figure out that they have each other for support.
The Bears often form a "bear stack", which they use to get around the city, and has become perhaps the most recognizable image from the show. Occasionally, the bears share adventures with their friends, such as child prodigy Chloe Park, bigfoot Charlie, internet sensation koala Nom Nom, park ranger Tabes, and produce saleswoman Lucy. Some flashback episodes chronicle the adventures of the bears as cubs trying to find a home.
The show was created by cartoonist Daniel Chong, who had previously worked as a story artist for Pixar and Illumination Entertainment. The show is based on his webcomicThe Three Bare Bears, which features the same characters. This webcomic was uploaded online from 2010 to 2011, running for ten strips. Chong has said he first drew the bears, including drawing them in a stack, in an attempt to make his girlfriend's niece laugh. Chong also said that, after a different pilot he was working on did not get picked up, he wanted to pitch something else, "and this was just the closest thing near me!" Chong said that doing the comic helped a lot with the show, especially in providing the dynamic between the three main characters, though the characters have also evolved a lot from the comic.
Billed as a comedy, the show is a production of Cartoon Network Studios, which developed the program with Chong as part of their shorts development program. It was announced during the network's 2014 upfront. According to Chong, much of the pilot was done with traditional watercolors, then digitally altered, to give "a naturalistic feel", but traditional work was not possible for a full show so he and the art director found a digital way to produce a "painterly feel", using references such as Peanuts cartoons, children's book illustrators like Tomi Ungerer and E. H. Shepard, and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.
Nom Nom and Charlie were initially voiced by Ken Jeong and Tom Arnold, respectively, before getting recast sometime before airing. Episodes, other than specials and shorts, were 11 minutes long.
Main article: List of We Bare Bears episodes
See also: List of We Bare Bears episodes § Shorts
The pilot episode made its world premiere at the KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival at the EYE Film Institute Netherlands in 2014. The short won the KLIK! Young Amsterdam Audience Award.
We Bare Bears premiered on Cartoon Network in the US and Canada on July 27, 2015. A total of 140 episodes, 15 shorts have been made, as well as a film.
|1||Viral Video||1||12 ("Our Stuff" – "Panda's Date" • "Burrito" • "Jean Jacket" • "Shush Ninjas" – "Charlie" • "Occupy Bears" • "The Road")||132||October 4, 2016|
|2||Volume 1||1||12 ("Our Stuff" – "My Clique")||132||October 7, 2019|
|4||The Complete First Season||1||26||286||June 9, 2017|
|Complete Seasons 1–3||1–3||96||1,056||February 14, 2019|
We Bare Bears has received generally positive reviews from critics. The pilot was described by the EYE Film Institute Netherlands as "hilarious and endearing", and it won in the "Young Amsterdam Audience" category. The show was praised by Mashable for tackling "modern millennial anxieties" and for representing racial minorities; Mashable called the show "a parable about the charms and perils of an increasingly connected society".Common Sense Media described the show "a funny and heartwarming story" that "sometimes poke gentle fun at hallmarks of modern society". It said that "what stands out is how the characters' uniqueness serves them well as a group" and considered it suitable for ages 8 and up.The Straits Times of Singapore noted that We Bare Bears has appealed to adults as well, and said that the series stands out "because it juxtaposes a somewhat mature sense of humour with a visual style that recalls the hand-drawn illustrations from children's books."
According to Chong, fans responded positively to the human communities being ethnically diverse. The Asian-American news site NextShark said that the show had gained popularity among Asian American communities because it "contains deeper messages of representation and belonging as a minority – something most Asian American children are far too familiar with." It noted that the show "unapologetically showcases and simultaneously normalizes Asian culture through their references to Panda’s love for K-pop and K-dramas, the Bears’ regular trips to their favorite boba shop, and Ice Bear's impressive ability to speak fluent Korean and cook traditional Korean dishes."
A reviewer for TheA.V. Club was more mixed, saying in 2015 that the show "bounc[ed] between the extraordinary and the endearing," describing typical episodes as the bears "find[ing] themselves in some sort of bizarre yet generic conflict...with little background music, a more muted color palette, and a simpler vibe." Overall, The A.V. Club said it was "not a must-watch show by any means, but it’s charming and breezy enough to enjoy within its brief run-time."
Den of Geek noted that the show embraced episodic storytelling, contrary to 90s and 2000s trends in kids' television, and felt that it "uses episodic storytelling to its full advantage and crafts adventures that are perfectly suited to the format." It noted that the show did have some light elements of serialization, including character growth.Screen Rant said that the show was known for its 1990s pop culture references, such as depicting Charles Barkley magically appearing from a trading card.
See also: List of We Bare Bears episodes
The first episode of We Bare Bears had 2.05 million views on its first showing. Ratings generally fell with time, with the final episode receiving 0.45 million viewers. The first season topped US TV ratings for children aged 2 –11 in July 2015.
Awards and nominations
|2016||Annie Awards||Outstanding Achievement, Storyboarding in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production||Madeline Sharafian, Manny Hernandez, and Bert Youn (for "Burrito")||Nominated|
|BAFTA Children's Awards||International||We Bare Bears||Won|
|2017||17th Kidscreen Awards||Best Animated Series||We Bare Bears||Won|
|Best Writing||We Bare Bears||Won|
|24th International Trickfilm Festival Stuttgart||Best International Animation Series For Kids||We Bare Bears||Won|||
|Kids' Choice Awards Mexico||Favorite Cartoon||We Bare Bears||Nominated|||
|2018||Annie Awards||Best Animated Television/Broadcast Production For Children||"Episode: Panda's Art"||Won|
|Annecy Festival||Jury Award for a TV Series||"Episode: Panda's Art"||Won|
|Prix Jeunesse International Festival and Competition||Best Fictional Show for 11- to 15-year-olds||We Bare Bears||Nominated|||
|70th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards||Outstanding Short Form Animated Program||"Hurricane Hal"||Nominated|
|2019||Annie Awards||Outstanding Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television / Broadcast Production||"Hurricane Hal"||Nominated|
Penguin Random House announced in 2014 that it would publish books based on various programs for Cartoon Network, including We Bare Bears. The books were produced out of the company's Cartoon Network Books imprint, a division of the Penguin Young Readers Group, and is based on a partnership with the network that started in 2013. Books based on We Bare Bears are:
- We Bare Bears: We Go Everywhere Handbook by Molly Reisner (2017)
- We Bare Bears Mad Libs by Hannah S. Campbell (2017)
- We Bare Bears Jumbo Coloring And Activity Book by Sofia Young (2020)
Main article: We Bare Bears: The Movie
On May 30, 2019, Cartoon Network announced that We Bare Bears: The Movie would be released in mid-2020. On May 21, 2020, the film was announced to be released digitally on June 30, 2020 and on Cartoon Network on September 7, 2020; it served as a conclusion to the narrative of the series. The movie was directed by Daniel Chong and features the same main voice actors as the TV show. The plot follows the three bear brothers Grizzly, Panda, and Ice Bear having to flee a wildlife control agent by leaving the Bay Area and seeking refuge to Canada. Along the way, the Bears endure hardships while staying true to their promise of being "bros for life".
Covering the film for SF Weekly, Grace Li summarized the film as "sweet and fun" and a perfect summation for four seasons of adventures. Though expressing regret over the series' unresolved story lines, she complimented its zany sense of humor and its ultimate message, which to her was that "you can always choose your family". Shamus Kelley of Den of Geek gave the film a five out-of five star rating and praised it as an excellent film; one that feels relevant without losing the fun that made the show a fan favorite. Commending the relationship of its main characters, whose fight against intolerance he said infuses every moment of the film with more power and relevance than any other story the show has done before. Rollin Bishop of ComicBook.com awarded the film a four out of five-star rating. Though describing it as poorly paced, he praised its decision to include the heavy themes, which were exacerbated by current events.
A prequel series titled We Baby Bears was announced on May 30, 2019, which was slated to premiere on Cartoon Network in spring 2021 but has been delayed to January 2022. The show will focus on the three bears when they were cubs. The series will be rendered in an anime-esque style and will feature the bears going on various adventures in their magic box. Manny Hernandez, who served as supervising director on the previous series, will serve as the showrunner while Daniel Chong will be involved as an executive producer.
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We Bare Bears
Country of Origin
We Bare Bears is an American animated television series, that was based on the Three Bare Bears webcomic, which is created by Daniel Chong for Cartoon Network. The show follows three bear siblings: Grizzly, Panda, and Ice Bear (voiced by Eric Edelstein, Bobby Moynihan, and Demetri Martin, respectively), and their awkward attempts at integrating into human society and takes place in the San Francisco Bay Area. The series premiered on July 27, 2015. It is rated TV-Y7. It ran for a total of four seasons, one-hundred and forty episodes and a movie.
Based on Chong's webcomic The Three Bare Bears, the pilot episode made its world premiere at the KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival, where it won in the Young Amsterdam Audience category.
We Bare Bears was pitched to Cartoon Network as "Three Bear brothers try to assimilate into the human world." Daniel Chong states there were lots of drawings involved in the pitch.
The fourth and final season concluded on May 27, 2019, and the film, which serves as the series finale, was released on June 30, 2020.
Cast Members in Other Languages
Main article: We Bare Bears/International Voice Cast
Main article: We Bare Bears/International Releases
Awards and nominations
- It was publicly announced on February 14, 2017, that We Bare Bears had won two Kidscreen Awards, one for Best Animated Series, and the other for Best Writing. This announcement was subsequently repeated the following day on social media.
- During the International Trickfilm Festival '17, which took place in Stuttgart, Germany, and ran between May 2 to May 7, 2017, We Bare Bears was announced as a winner for the Best animation series for children nationally. The episode showcased during the event was "Burrito."
We Bare Bears, along with other Cartoon Network shows, had a collaboration with Mighty Magiswords in the app "MagiMobile". It had Magiswords based on some of the Bears for players to collect, including:
On May 30, 2019, shortly after the fourth season's conclusion, an untitled spin-off focusing on the bears when they were cubs was announced to be in development.
- We Bare Bears is the first Cartoon Network original series to have two consecutive episode bombs.
- On August 13, 2015, We Bare Bears was renewed for its second season.
- On August 20, 2015, Cartoon Network released the first official for We Bare Bears, called Free Fur All.
- All dialogue in Russian(Icy Nights II) and Korean(several Chloe based episodes and Cooking with Ice Bear) is left untranslated.
- On October 2, 2015, Cartoon Network partnered up with Scratch to create a We Bare Bears studio and related assets on the site. These assets were then made available to the public on December 4, 2015.
- The second half of Season 1 premiered on February 11, 2016, during the NBA All-Star event.
- In the spirit of the NBA All-Star event, Cartoon Network released a basketball-themed We Bare Bears game titled Bearsketball.
We Bare Bears - Behind the Scenes (SDCC)
A behind-the-scenes look at We Bare Bears.
We Bare Bears @ SDCC 2015
We Bare Bears at San Diego Comic Con 2015.
We Bare Bears - New Series on Cartoon Network
NEW SERIES Promo - We Bare Bears
Teaser promo featuring sneak peeks of future episodes.
We Bare Bears - Theme Song (SDCC)
First look at the theme song from SDCC 2015.
NEW SERIES Promo - We Bare Bears (UK)
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