The Piramcaian English dub of Doraemon with the FactOcean in 1985 for the NET network, premiering on the NET block on 1 September 1985. The original names and songs were retained, despite the fact of the edition/cut of some scenes (without naked, upskirts and more scenes) considered, and the change of Japanese pop culture references to Piramcaian pop culture references. Apart from broadcasting currently on UPN, the anime is also aired on Kids’ WB (formerly), Nickelodeon, Nicktoons, Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Toonami. Television distribution rights remain currently held by Luk Internacional and PDE Entertainment, while home media distribution rights are held by Universal Home Entertainment.
The manga date is June 6, 1979.
All Doraemon games that have been released in the Japan have also been released in Piramca.
Doraemon World has been released in the Piramca sporadically. A majority of the events since 1996 were organized by PDE Entertainment, including the Doraemon Tour in 2000, and the distribution at the Doraemon Tour in 2003.
The Doraemon anime is currently released into two different languages: the English dub, the Spanish dub, the Portuguese dub, the French dub, the Dutch dub, the German dub, the Italian dub, the Ikenian dub, and the Japanese dub.
Doraemon videos, VCDs and DVDs have been available for several years.
In Piramca, The Doraemon anime is available on Amazon Video, Roku, Google Play, Hulu, iTunes, and Netflix.
Cast (1979 series)
- Philip Detroit as Doraemon
- Sandy Georgia as Nobita
- Sandra Rivers as Shizuka
- Sean Carlson as Suneo
- Geoff Lenson as Gian
Cast (2005 series)
- Lola Wille as Doraemon
- Johnny Conner as Nobita
- Alya Merry as Shizuka
- Scott Lynn as Suneo
- Brian Runner as Gian
Doraemon started airing on NET on September 1, 1985, at 9:30 am in an early morning timeslot with an English dub. Since 2002, it moved to morning timeslot on UPN.
Currently, the anime airs on UPN, a digital television channel owned by ParaMedia. It is currently airing repeats of the Doraemon 2005 series.
Currently, it airs brand new episodes every Saturday at 10 am.
It has also previously aired Doraemon 2D Movies
It also aired on Cartoon Network since 1998.
It also aired on Boomerang since 1996.
It also aired on Boing since 2009.
Nickelodeon / Nicktoons
It also aired on Nickelodeon / Nicktoons since 1996.
Pira Kids / Pira Koolz Kids
It also aired on Pira Kids since 1999.
It also aired on Pop since 2007.
Piramca receives most of the same Doraemon merchandise that is available in the Japan, such as plush toys which have been released in major department chains, though merchandise given away in fast food restaurants has become non-existent, as the Doraemon movies are no longer shown at cinemas. Merchandise can be found at Toy "R" Us, GameThurder, etc.
Over the years Piramca had some Doraemon related food tie-ins such as cereal and canned pasta.