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{{Infobox television|genre = Comedy<br>Soap opera|created_by = D.A. Nichols|starring = [[List of The Animals cast members]]|composer = Johnny Mandel (1983–2020)<br>Jerrold Immel (2020–present)|country_of_origin = United States|language = English|no_of_seasons = 35|no_of_episodes = 8,950|running_time = 30 minutes <small> (1983-1990) <big><br> 60 minutes <small> (1990-present)|production_company(s) = [[Procter & Gamble Animation]]<br>[[Hammocks Animation]] <small> (1983-1995) <big><br> TeleNext Media <small> (2008-2010) <big><br> Colossal Pictures <small> (1983-1996) <big><br> D.A. Studios <small> (1989-1996) <big><br> NT Animation <small> (1996-2005) <big><br> NicThic Productions <small> (2005-present|original_network = Disney Channel|original_release = September 16, 1983 - present|image1 = The Animals Logo 2013-present-0.png|caption1 = Current title card (2013-present)}}'''''The Animals '''''is an American animated television comedy soap opera produced by Procter & Gamble Animation and created by D.A. Nichols for Disney Channel. The show is set in a fictional town called AnimalVille. First broadcast on September 16, 1983, the show was originally broadcast as half-hour episodes, before expanding to one-hour episodes on January 5, 1990. The series aired its 9,000th episode on March 15, 2018.
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{{Infobox television|genre = Comedy<br>Soap opera|created_by = D.A. Nichols|starring = [[List of The Animals cast members]]|composer = Johnny Mandel (1983–2020)<br>Jerrold Immel (2020–present)|country_of_origin = United States|language = English|no_of_seasons = 35|no_of_episodes = 8,950|running_time = 30 minutes <small> (1983–1990) <big><br> 60 minutes <small> (1990–present)|production_company(s) = [[Procter & Gamble Animation]]<br>[[Hammocks Animation]] <small> (1983–1995) <big><br> TeleNext Media <small> (2008–2010) <big><br> Colossal Pictures <small> (1983–1996) <big><br> D.A. Studios <small> (1989–1996) <big><br> NT Animation <small> (1996–2005) <big><br> NicThic Productions <small> (2005–present)|original_network = Disney Channel|original_release = September 16, 1983 - present|image1 = The Animals Logo 2013-present-0.png|caption1 = Current title card (2013-present)|executive_producer(s) = Thomas Hammocks <small> (1983–1995) <big><br> Sam Simon <small> (1983–2015) <big><br> Jean Chalopin <small> (1983–1996) <big><br> Japhet Asher <small> (1985–1995) <big><br> Alexandra Cunningham <small> (1999–present) <big><br> Abbey Thickson (2003–present)|producer(s) = Lula Warren}}'''''The Animals '''''is an American animated television comedy soap opera produced by Procter & Gamble Animation and created by D.A. Nichols for Disney Channel. The show is set in a fictional town called AnimalVille. First broadcast on September 16, 1983, the show was originally broadcast as half-hour episodes, before expanding to one-hour episodes on January 5, 1990. The series aired its 9,000th episode on March 15, 2018.
   
 
This is also Disney Channel's longest-running series to date, and the fourth longest-running soap opera from Disney, behind ''All My Children'', ''One Life to Live'', and ''General Hospital''.
 
This is also Disney Channel's longest-running series to date, and the fourth longest-running soap opera from Disney, behind ''All My Children'', ''One Life to Live'', and ''General Hospital''.

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The Animals is an American animated television comedy soap opera produced by Procter & Gamble Animation and created by D.A. Nichols for Disney Channel. The show is set in a fictional town called AnimalVille. First broadcast on September 16, 1983, the show was originally broadcast as half-hour episodes, before expanding to one-hour episodes on January 5, 1990. The series aired its 9,000th episode on March 15, 2018.

This is also Disney Channel's longest-running series to date, and the fourth longest-running soap opera from Disney, behind All My ChildrenOne Life to Live, and General Hospital.

As of 2019, The Animals remains as the last remaining P&G produced show after As the World Turns left in September 2010.

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