Wolfoo is dominating YouTube for kids

  • This article is sponsored by SCONNECT.
  • 25 March 2021
Wolfoo and friends

Wolfoo Series: Wolfoo the Adventurer - Episode 1

With a billion monthly views and counting, Wolfoo takes young preschool-aged children around the world on magical adventures

Wolfoo is an animated web series for preschool-aged children that has attracted more than one billion monthly views on YouTube. Directed and produced by SCONNECT, a Vietnam-based entertainment company which creates, produces, and distributes content for kids, teens, and adults, SCONNECT boasts more than 30 million subscribers across their YouTube and Facebook channels, which include WOA Luka Channel, Clay Mixer, LEGO Land, WOA Fairy Tales and more.

Children are drawn to cartoons as they are immersed in colourful and interesting adventures that explore the world around them. At Wolfoo, each episode is more than just entertainment. All the videos impart positive social life lessons and focus on the development of 12 personality traits and skills for children: courage, gratitude, compassion, empathy, humility, integrity, persistence, creativity, curiosity, self-control, teamwork and communication.

Wolfoo Family and Wolfoo Channel are the two most-subscribed Wolfoo channels on YouTube, with over five million subscribers. Wolfoo aims to engage children aged from 2 to 8-years-old through fun and educational content. The show has been dubbed into many different languages such as French, Spanish and Bahasa. This show now has more than a thousand episodes and each is approximately three minutes long.

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Wolfoo and family

The show revolves around the main character Wolfoo, a 5-year-old little wolf living on a hill in a small American village. Wolfoo is intelligent, nimble and eager to learn. He loves his sister, Lucy, and has confidence in a beautiful and loving world. Wolfoo and his friends explore the world around them through daily stories about family, friends, teachers and neighbours; through the modern objects of Dr. Kat; through a special and powerful friend named Alien; and through humanised objects. Episodes tend to feature daily energetic activities such as attending playgroups and outdoor activities, learning letters, numbers, animal sounds, colours and more.

The new Wolfoo series follows his exploration into different worlds such as a world of magic, a world filled with toys, pirates, and much more soon to air. Wolfoo will take fans on many fun-filled journeys and show Wolfoo evolve from a little shy wolf to a stronger and braver boy. Throughout this journey, Wolfoo will face difficult challenges and learn to adapt to a new world. Many surprises are waiting for Wolfoo's fans all around the world.

The best is yet to come!


1. Leila27 Mar 2021, 12:46pm Report

Do the makers of Peppa Pig know that this programme is using their sounds and concept ideas? E.g Peppa’s laugh and Daddy Pig’s voice? Isn’t that against copyright law?

2. boogieman31 Mar 2021, 11:00am Report

Yes it is against copyright law. They have no permission to use sound effects from Peppa Pig, and they use the same sounds every 5 seconds. The art style is copied, in some episodes you can see Mr Bean's Teddy bear plush, and you can also see Spiderman and Elsa, which is popular on YouTube, trying to get kids attention. Also, the person who voices "Daddy Wolf", Wolfoo's father, sounds like a German person trying to learn English from an online dictionary. And they plaster their watermark on every god damn episode. I'd love to see the creators of Peppa Pig, taking W.O.A and SCONNECT to court, to sue them. And most of the episodes center around Jailbreak, A thief trying to catch them, Going on a car journey, Camping, and playing around with a talking smartphone.

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