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According to managing director Dirk Fabarius, "The plan is to eventually create an entire album and establish and promote Totally Spies as a real band." While the idea did not materialize, the series was promoted through other merchandising.It was announced in the spring of 2001 that the series would air in the autumn on ABC Family, and would be distributed to the European countries in the following year.The show's conception came from the rise of girl band and female singers in the music industry.Wanting to capitalize on the niche, David Michel and Vincent Chalvon-Demersay put their idea into development, which later shifted into production within a year. is an animated television series created by Vincent Chalvon-Demersay and David Michel and produced by Marathon Media and Image Entertainment Corporation.The show was made to resemble anime styles and was originally based on the concept of a girl band.According to Michel, the series' animation style was intended to incorporate anime influences.
He said that the characters are heavily inspired by the movie Clueless and wanted to mix that with a James Bond format.It focuses on three teenage girls in Beverly Hills, California, United States, who work as undercover super agents. was first seen on November 3, 2001 on ABC Family in the United States.Since the series' debut, 156 episodes have been broadcast, completing its sixth season to date.The Movie and the show's spin off The Amazing Spiez! The show aired its sixth season in France and is being broadcast around Europe.The show has been broadcast worldwide on various networks, such as TF1 in France; Teletoon in Canada, Cartoon Network in the USA; Fox Kids, Jetix, Cartoon Network and currently Boomerang in Latin America and Brazil on pay-television; Rede Globo in Brazil on terrestrial TV; MBC 3, Spacetoon and Spacetoon English in the Arab World; Fox Kids, Jetix, Disney Channel and Nickelodeon channels in Asia, Africa, and Europe. Joly Herman of Common Sense Media gave the series a mixed review, writing that "We think it's a decent show to catch once in a while, but anything more regular might give viewers the like, slightest headache." Joe Corey of Inside Pulse had a more positive review, calling the show "fun enough for small kids who want a Charlie's Angels undercover action show.
Several have exacted revenge on the spies by invading their personal lives.