Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Main Theme (Instrumental)

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Main Theme (Instrumental)

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command is a 2019 British-American animated science fiction/adventure/comedy series produced by Walt Disney Television Animation. The series aired on CBBC and Disney Channel from January 26th, 2019. It follows the adventures of space ranger Buzz Lightyear, who first appeared in the film Toy Story as an action figure and one of the film's protagonists.[2]

it been mention to be canceled before airing


Buzz Lightyear of Star Command takes place in the far future, a pastiche of Star TrekBattlestar GalacticaBabylon 5Lost in SpaceFlash GordonBuck Rogers, and Star Wars-style science fiction. Capital Planet is the forefront of the Galactic Alliance, a peaceful union of various planets, home to various alien species that coexist in harmony with one another. Star Command is a peacekeeping organization consisting of Space Rangers, who investigate threats to galactic peace. The primary enemy of Star Command is the Evil Emperor Zurg, an intergalactic crime boss that rules an empire of heavily armed robots and slave races forced to work in opposition to the Galactic Alliance.

The series features Buzz Lightyear, a famous, experienced Space Ranger that takes a crew of rookies under his wing as he investigates criminal activity across the galaxy, and attempts to bring down Evil Emperor Zurg once and for all.

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command is a metafictional series that exists within the reality of the film Toy Story, where Buzz Lightyear is a highly popular toyline. One of the two lead characters in the Toy Story film series is a Buzz Lightyear action figure, voiced by Tim Allen.


Star Command

Team Lightyear

  • Captain Buzz Lightyear (voiced by Tim Allen): Famed Space Ranger known for heroism and bravery. Buzz often suggests that his arch-villain Emperor Zurg is behind every evil plot and is often proven correct. Like his Toy Story incarnation, Buzz is a stickler for procedure, but will tell a cover story if he needs to.[3] However, he has little people skills, and at times displays a lack of common sense. He attended PS- 193 (that's 6859) as a primary school. He wrote at least half of the regulations in the Star Command Manual. He also owns a house on Capital Planet, though as they all look alike and his duties often keep him away, he is confused over just which one is his.[4] To compare this animation and the Toy Story films, the button between the red and blue ones is green in the Toy Story films and yellow in this animation with the releasing of strings when pressed. He seems to have a little crush on Dr. Ozma Furbanna and vice versa.
  • Princess Mira Nova (voiced by Nicole Sullivan): A rookie ranger and heir to the Tangean throne. She utilizes her people's ability to phase through walls (called "ghosting") and read minds. Buzz has a tendency to refer to her as "Princess" when he's angry with her. She acts as Buzz's co-pilot and second-in-command. She has the most common sense of the team. Mira also has an estranged relationship with her father King Nova, who disapproves of her choice of being a Space Ranger, though deep down she still cares about him. She has red hair and turquoise skin.
  • Booster Sinclair Munchapper (voiced by Stephen Furst): A huge dinosaur-like former janitor from the agricultural planet of Jo-ad (a play on the name of the Joad family, from John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath). He has a big appetite and incredible strength, but is sweet and occasionally naive. He is in awe of Buzz Lightyear and has encyclopedic knowledge of his prior adventures.
  • XR (voiced by Larry Miller and Neil Flynn): A short robot that was originally emotionless and programmed to learn from Buzz, but was blown apart by Agent Z during his first mission. The LGMs rebuilt him, but the temporary loss of the Uni-Mind to Emperor Zurg left them off their game. They rebuilt XR with his slicker, more emotional personality and a variety of attachments. XR stands for Experimental Ranger. (The LGMs have stated that this is the official meaning of the name, though other characters on the show hold the erroneous belief that the X stands for Expendable). He gets blown apart on nearly every mission he goes on, but is easily rebuilt. He considers Commander Nebula his father (due to his signing the paperwork authorizing his creation) and is always seeking his approval.

Other personnel

  • Commander Nebula (voiced by Adam Carolla): The Space Rangers' commander, whose left leg was replaced by a pegleg-like plasma cannon. Rather short-tempered and constantly speaks with a loud voice. He has a robotic desk that forces him to do his paperwork. He hates to do so, though, and therefore signs forms without looking at them. By doing so, he inadvertently gave permission for the creation of XR, who therefore considers him a father. (He thought the form was the LGMs' vacation request.) Nebula is frequently irritated by this, though he gives XR his due for his successes.
  • LGMs, or Little Green Men (voiced by Jeff Pidgeon in Andy's Room sequence, Patrick Warburton in the actual series): The LGMs are small, three-eyed aliens(originally appeared as squeeze toy aliens in the Toy Story movies). They are the intensely loyal backbone of Star Command, keeping the station running while inventing/maintaining all of the equipment. When one of their own is kidnapped, the other LGMs will instinctively try to rescue him by any means necessary. LGMs are typically in awe of Buzz. While they generally like the other Rangers, they may not be able to tell one from another.[5] Several of their race are also shown to work for Santa Claus, acting as his toy builders.
  • Ty Parsec (voiced by Steve Hytner): Ty is the infamous old comrade of Buzz Lightyear, who is fed up with Buzz always coming to his rescue. The Space Ranger was accidentally transformed into the robotic Wirewolf (equivalent of a werewolf) on the planet of Canis Lunis, after being bitten by the villain NOS-4-A2 while exposed to radioactive moonrock. Appeared in two episodes, with a cameo appearance in the episode "War, Peace, and War". He is ultimately cured and reinstated as a Space Ranger.
  • Rocket Crocket (voiced by Phil LaMarr): Member of Star Command and leader of Team Rocket. He is Buzz's rival since their academy days.
  • Petra Hammerhold (voiced by Nikki Cox): Senator Hammerhold's daughter. She joined Star Command when her father forced her to do so (largely to keep her from her boyfriend Plasma Boy). She was initially resentful of this, but was moved by Buzz's heroism during a crisis.
  • Plasma Boy (voiced by Michael Showalter): Petra's boyfriend, who has a Plasma Monster form. Booster competed against him for Petra's affection. When Mira and XR fired a laser at his Plasma Monster form, he destabilized enough to the brink of explosion. He was prevented from explosion when Booster used his suit and Ion Stabilization Matrix on him. He's now a member of Star Command.
  • 42 (voiced by Joy Behar): Usually the name of Buzz Lightyear's ship, it gained A.I. from one of the encounters with the Valkyran Raiders and a new energy projector device inserted on the ship by the LGMs. 42 doesn't like what Buzz says about her and usually controls the ship herself. XR developed a crush on her. When the Valkyran Raiders were thwarted, 42's consciousness was placed into a robot body and she now helps the LGMs.
  • Zack Lightyear:who is a brother of buzz and looks like him and have the same birthday(year and day as buzz) with his other 4 siblings and somehow knows his dad secret(black hair and same eye color as buzz)who also have nightmares and sleep walking that may cause his birth defect(6 fingers on each hand)
  • Nick Lightyear:who is also buzz's brother and explained in zack(about looking like buzz and same birth year) but his dad secret but nick keep his cool who has 6 toes on each foot(blond hair same eye color as buzz)
  • Buzzia Lightyear:who has 2 right hands and fights with buzz since a accident at the carnival trying to win a prize and did a bad throw for knocking the bottles but hitting buzz in the eye(black long poofy hair same eye color as buzz)and jealous that after buzz chooses mira booster and xr she came captain of her siblings(same birth year and day as buzz)and also sister of buzz
  • Buzzey Lightyear:who has 2 left hands and wears a plastic pink head band on her blond hair and do fashion with different hair styles(same eye color as buzz)(same birthyear and day as buzz)(sister of buzz)
  • Hannah Lightyear:who was the only non birth defect with buzz and got the same hair color and she wears a pony tail like bonnie lepton and she sometimes act like her brother buzz and even notice when ever nick and zack pretend to be buzz by wearing his hoods(same birthday and birthyear as buzz)(sister of buzz)


    • Evil Emperor Zurg (voiced by Wayne Knight): Main antagonist of the series. Rules an empire on Planet Z, and wants to rule the entire galaxy while destroying Star Command. Emperor Zurg considers Buzz his arch-enemy and often takes any opportunity to eliminate him. Most of his subjects are robots. His feet double as rockets and he can transform his arms into a variety of weapons. Despite often breaking the seriousness of otherwise purely evil statements, Zurg is widely considered the most evil person in the galaxy, especially by the other villains. He seems to have some neuroses about being touched. In some episodes is shown being comical. The episode War, and Peace and War was notably the only episode where Zurg teamed up with Buzz Lightyear to defeat the Heed, a common enemy that was trying to take over their galaxy. In Stranger Invasion, he revealed himself to be Buzz's father (a parody upon The Empire Strikes Back and a nearly identical scene in Toy Story 2), but quickly took it back, using the statement as a 'Made You Look' in order to stun Buzz and gain the upper hand.
      • Grubs (voiced by Frank Welker): Zurg's equivalents to the LGMs of Star Command (though far less competent). They perform mechanical and technical duties. The Grubs work for Zurg against their will and also desire freedom, but many of them are simply too afraid to try to defect.
      • Brain Pods (Various Voices for each one): Cybernetic brains in mobile jars, who serve Zurg as scientists and researchers. Although they take pride in their creations, they secretly harbor a desire to escape from Zurg's control. (Two of which are shown succeeding in doing so on-screen.)
      • Hornets: The Hornets are Zurg's robotic foot soldiers, extremely expendable, lousy shots and always get vaporized in mass numbers by Lightyear's team. Hornets come in different models, but the most frequently seen are yellow and of average height.
    • Warp Darkmatter (voiced by Diedrich Bader) was once Buzz's partner and friend, but he had been secretly working for Zurg since his academy days as a double agent. He eventually began working for him full-time as "Agent Z." His right arm is robotic (with various weapon attachments) and was grafted to his body after becoming Agent Z. Warp often takes on assignments for Zurg and is paid quite handsomely. (He owns a moon and a summer home.) Though Buzz has vowed to bring him in for treason, he retains some hope that there is still some good in him.
    • Gravitina (voiced by Kerri Kenney-Silver): A large-headed female villain with mental control over gravity. One of Zurg's allies and once hired to destroy Star Command. She's in love with Buzz and later his evil counterpart.
    • NOS-4-A2 (voiced by Craig Ferguson): NOS-4-A2 is a robotic vampire created by Zurg. He is capable of draining any system or entity driven by electrical power, as well as controlling any machine he bites. His bite (in combination with radioactive moonrock) also transformed Ty Parsec into Wirewolf. Using Wirewolf and XL, he briefly usurped control of Planet Z from Zurg and attempted to transform everyone in the galaxy into robots for him to feed on, but was defeated and destroyed. His name is a pun on the term Nosferatu.
    • Torque (voiced by Brad Garrett): Minor alien villain who committed crimes of terrorism, smuggling, arson, and unpaid parking tickets. After being freed from a prison transport by Zurg's Hornets, the Grubs implanted a cell-separation device upon his chest. Torque then possesses the ability to create duplicate versions of himself. They are unstable, however, as a single laser blast is enough to destroy them. In "The Taking of PC-7", he tried to turn Booster evil (and later Buzz) with a memory-altering device built by the Warden of PC-7. The same device also made Torque (temporarily at least) a heroic good guy. Torque riding a motorcycle-shaped spacecraft and his duplication abilities seem to be a reference to the character Lobo (who was also voiced by Brad Garrett in his DCAU appearances).
    • XL (voiced by Bobcat Goldthwait): XR's predecessor (and technically older brother), who was shut down due to his villainous attitude. When he was reactivated by Zurg, XL rebuilt himself into a larger, more powerful robot with cutting edge (and stolen) robot parts. His head is red, whereas XR's is yellow. He infiltrates Star Command numerous times because its command codes are in his head. Like XR, he considers Commander Nebula his father, though he resents him for shutting him down. He later redeems himself and is converted into an office managing robot capable of photocopying, collating, and other office related functions. His name is a pun referring to his size (extra large).
    • Wirewolf: A space ranger (Ty Parsec) that patrolled the planet Canis Lunis until an attack from NOS-4-A2. While Ty was in combat with the energy vampire, NOS-4-A2 flew himself and Ty up into the beam, that gives power to the planet from the moon's radioactive energy, and bit into Ty's skin. After NOS-4-A2 fled, Ty started to mutate into some sort of electronical canine later given the title of Wirewolf. When having discovered that this transformation only happens in the light of the Canis Lunis moon, Buzz told Booster to destroy the moon. Once the moon was destroyed, team lightyear believed that the Wirewolf was finished until NOS-4-A2 gave Ty a Canis Lunis moonrock. When NOS-4-A2 was destroyed, Ty was turned back to normal ending the curse of the Wirewolf.

Galactic Alliance

    • Madam President (voiced by Roz Ryan): Head of the Galactic Alliance. Her real name is unknown.
    • Senator Aarrfvox (voiced by Jim Cummings): A Shragorakian senator.
    • Senator Banda (voiced by Dan Castellaneta): A Bathyosian senator.
    • Senator Hammerhold (voiced by Corey Burton): Petra Hammerhold's father.
    • Senator Phlegmex (voiced by Frank Welker): A slime-emitting senator.

Other characters

    • Becky (voiced by Russi Taylor): A little alien girl from the planet Roswell. She befriended Booster (who she calls Pickles) when Team Lightyear's ship crashed on her planet.
    • Brent Starkisser (voiced by Corey Burton): The Galaxy's reporter.
    • Cosmo (voiced by Paul Rugg): An alien that owns and runs the diner that Team Lightyear eats at. He has a mechanical arm as well as a foreign accent.
    • Dr. Animus (voiced by Tony Jay): The Galaxy's therapist.
    • Dr. Ozma Furbanna (voiced by Linda Hamilton): Lead (and only) naturalist on planet Karn. She favors all animals (even the lethal carnivores) and hates to have them hurt; no matter what. Has a crush on Buzz (won't admit it, though), and vice-versa. Zurg once used her help to hatch the Millennial (entirely ticklish) Bugs where Zurg will use them on Capital Planet.
    • Ed (voiced by Paul Rugg): A courier who somehow always knows how to track down Buzz Lightyear.
    • Officer Panchex (voiced by Brian Doyle-Murray): A fish policeman who helped Buzz Lightyear fight Minister Gularis.
    • Professor Triffid (voiced by Joel Murray): A scientist from Rhizome. He cares a lot for the plants there.
    • Savy SL2 (voiced by Cree Summer): Her adopted robot parents were attacked by NOS-4-A2 in The Slayer, which lead her to hunting him down for revenge.
    • Sheriff of Roswell (voiced by Stephen Root): Becky's father and ally of Team Lightyear.
    • King Nova (voiced by John O'Hurley): Mira's father and the ruler of Tangea. Being more tradition bound he clearly disapproves of his daughter being a space ranger and therefore has a complicated relationship with her as well as Buzz. But regardless of his pompous nature he still cares about his daughter and also came to her aid when she had developed a power addiction and helped her get over it, though he almost got his wish of getting his daughter back in this instance had Buzz not saved her career through a cover story.
    • Santa Claus (voiced by Earl Boen): The holiday figure, who delivers presents to all the good people in the galaxy during the Holiday. He previously used a sleigh powered by belief and later time manipulation to accomplish this massive task. Zurg stole his time manipulation device to destroy the Holiday for everyone, prompting Santa to seek Team Lightyear's help.
    • The Fixer (voiced by Ed Asner): A Character from Trade World. He sells robotic parts to people around Trade World, and once tricked XR into delivering a package to XL.
    • Crumford Lorak: A ruphian that is commonly seen on Trade World. When this guy gets the chance, he always tricks or turn on the first ranger he sees.

Planets and moons

There are many planets in this series. Among these planets are:

  • Bathyos: An ocean planet.
    • Beta Bayou: A bottom-feeder hunter that Rentwhistle Swack rendezvous with is from this planet.
    • Binipinardia: A planet that contained a devolution gas.
    • Canis Lunis: A planet where Ty Parsec was turned into Wirewolf by NOS-4-A2. The name derives from the Latin words for "canine" and "moon."
    • Capital Planet: The Galactic Alliance members meet here and the "Earth" of the galaxy.
    • Gargantia: A planet inhabited by tiny aliens.
    • Jo-Ad: An agricultural planet which is Booster's home planet.
    • Karn: A planet that serves as a creature reserve. Dr. Ozma Furbanna works here.
    • LGM Homeworld: The home planet of the LGMs. The Unimind is located here.
    • Mahamba 6: A resort planet.
    • North Polaris: Santa Claus's planet, populated by "Elf-G-M"s. The galaxy's version of the North Pole.
    • Olur 5: Zurg used this planet to hatch the Millennial Bugs in one of his plans to attack Capital Planet.
    • PC-7: A prison planet.
    • Planet of Widows and Orphans: Not a real planet. Zurg uses this "planet" to trick Buzz into revealing himself during The Adventure Begins.
    • Planet X: A somewhat desert-like planet with no name or life. Home of an ancient city and the temple containing Natron.
    • Planet Z: Zurg's planet where his home base is located.
    • Porcelon: A planet where its inhabitants look like large toilets.
    • Raenok: The Raenok's self-titled planet.
    • Rexon 5:
    • Rhizome: A vegetation planet which is Professor Triffid's home world.
    • Roswell: A planet similar to Earth in 1947. The inhabitants of Roswell are grey aliens. An incident happens there, somewhat like the real Roswell incident, but with the roles of the alien and human inverted; the humans being the visitors and the aliens being the skeptical government. E.g. in it a Grey police station commander said "... and I suppose they had big flappy mouths and little bitty eyes ..." when querying one of his men's statement about seeing landing humans.
    • Sands de Solay: A resort moon. Destroyed by an out-of-control freight ship.
    • Sentilla 6: A stormy planet with lava rivers.
    • Shragorak: Senator Aarrfvox's home planet.
    • Sitka 7: A ski resort planet
    • Tangea: Mira's home planet inhabited by two races: the Tangean Royals and Grounders. The name is based on the Royals' ability to become intangible
    • Trade World: A commercial-oriented world where lesser bad guys hang out.
    • Verdentia: A peaceful planet.
    • Uncharted Moon: The very moon where we see Buzz and Warp in The Adventure Begins also where Buzz thought Warp was killed but later discovered that he started working for Zurg disguised as the mysterious Agent Z and that the explosion only damaged Warp's arm forcing him to get a new, robotic arm with multiple weapons programmed in it.


Series Episodes Originally aired[6]
First aired Last aired
1 22 January 26th, 2019 December 25th, 2019
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Extra 43 May 3rd, 2019 June 17th, 2019
2 22 April 25th, 2020 September 18th, 2020

Season 1

Episode Number Title Original Air Date
01 "Masquerade" January 26th, 2019
02 "Better The Devil You Know" February 2nd, 2019
03 "Deadlock for XR" February 9th, 2019
04 "Backstory" February 16th, 2019
05 "Nebula in Trouble" February 23rd, 2019
06 "Booster on the Loose!" March 2nd, 2019
07 "Day of Reckoning" March 9th, 2019
08 "The Temptation of Mira Nova" March 23rd, 2019
09 "Inheritance" March 30th, 2019
10 "Into The Unknown" April 6th, 2019
11 "Grub's Gathering" April 13th, 2019
12 "Secret Agent Lightyear" April 20th, 2019
13 "A Fissure in Time" April 27th, 2019
14 "Happy Halloween! Or Is It?" May 4th, 2019
15 "The Butterfly Effect" May 11th, 2019
16 "A Sick Lightyear" May 18th, 2019
17 "Invasion of Capital Planet" May 25th, 2019
18 "Pay Rise" June 1st, 2019
19 "Cadet Exam" June 8th, 2019
20 "Defragmentation" June 15th, 2019
21 "Christmas Showdown: Part 1" December 24th, 2019
22 "Christmas Showdown: Part 2" December 25th, 2019

Season 2

01 "Fast Food Fanatic" April 25th, 2020
02 "The Sack" May 2nd, 2020
03 "Zurg's Sick Day: Part 1" May 9th, 2020
04 "Zurg's Sick Day: Part 2" May 16th, 2020
05 "A Day at the Cinema" May 23rd, 2020
06 "Dream Time" May 30th, 2020
07 "Back to Morph" June 6th, 2020
08 "The Taming of the Booster" June 13th, 2020
09 "Robot Wars" June 20th, 2020
10 "Ranger of the Month" June 27th, 2020
11 "Mystery of the Word" July 3rd, 2020
12 "Physic Revelation" July 10th, 2020
13 "Happy Birthday, Mira! Part 1" July 17th, 2020
14 "Happy Birthday, Mira! Part 2" July 24th, 2020
15 "Stay at the Hospital" July 31st, 2020
16 "Star-Crossed Lovers" August 7th, 2020
17 "Panic on Roswell" August 14th, 2020
18 "Death of a Demon" August 21st, 2020
19 "Building Blocks" August 28th, 2020
20 "Prehistoric Legends" September 4th, 2020
21 "The Last Stand: Part 1" September 11th, 2020
22 "The Last Stand: Part 2" September 18th, 2020

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Extra

On May 3, 2019, a spin-off television series called Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Extra debuted in the United Kingdom on CBBC. A "magazine format style show" for 8-12 year olds, it features characters from Buzz Lightyear of Star Command in an assortment of short sketches. 43 episodes of Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Extra were produced, each between 11 and 15 minutes in duration.


Season 1 aired in the UK during CBBC's Saturday morning programming block at 9:30am. Season 2 was moved to Fridays at 4:30pm. It also airs on Disney Channel with repeats occasionally being shown at 6:30am and 5pm.

International broadcast

The series has already been sold overseas to South Africa's SABC3 channel, Australia's Seven Network Kids, New Zealand's TV One and Ireland's TV3.

Stephen Furst dedication

Booster voice actor Stephen Furst died on June 16th, 2017 aged 63, shortly after production of Season 1 ended. A dedication was aired on the very first episode. He was replaced by British voice actor John Cleese.

Screenshot from an SABC3 episode.

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