Martin Mystery had been aired in Canada on YTV and Discovery Kids in English and on VRAK.TV in French since 2003. In May 2005, Nickelodeon and Nicktoons Network began to air Martin Mystery as well, Nickelodeon removed Martin Mystery from their line up in August 2005. It is also seen on MBC 3 & ART Teenz channels nowadays but in Arabic (with the voice talents of "Mariam El Khesht" as "Diana Lombard" & "Mo'awad Ismail" as "Martin"). Martin Mystery began airing on Disney Channel on 2004 on its weekday afternoon line up. It was temporarily replaced by Sabrina, the Animated Series and was returned on the line up. Its airing schedule was changed from Monday to Friday to Thursday and Friday as The Emperor's New School airs from Monday to Wednesday. This January, it was totally removed from the weekday line up. It currently airs on Disney Channel Asia every weekend mornings and now also weekday aftertoons right after "Totally Spies!".

The show is produced by Marathon Production (a French television production company based in Paris), which also produces Totally Spies and Team Galaxy. Like Totally Spies, Martin Mystery takes on a style reminiscent of Japanese anime, although it is produced in Europe. Boys resembling Martin and rival Marvin, and Diana have appeared as cameos in Totally Spies in its episode "Super Agent Much?" and many others. Martin guest starred in the 2007 "Totally Spies" episode "Totally Mystery Much?" which had him team up with the spies to investigate Yeti sightings. The only other Martin Mystery character to appear in this "Totally Spies" episode was M.O.M.

DVD ReleasesEdit

  • Martin Mystery The Complete Series, released August 22, 2006

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