Wanda's World: The Animated Series is an American animated television series based on the off-broadway musical created by Eric H. Weinberger. The series serves as a spin-off of the Wanda's World musical, as well as a sequel as it takes places after the events of the musical.
The series will take place where the musical left off where Wanda adjust to her new life in Cheese Valley and helps people with their problems while facing problems of her own like dating, bullying, friendship and inner beauty.
Mallory Bechtel as Wanda Butternut, a 12 year old girl who has a huge birthmark on the side of her face and the host of the school's TV Show, Wanda's World. Mallory who plays Wanda in the recording album return to voices this character for the series.
- Sandie Rosa as Young Wanda
Jay Armstrong Johnson as Ty Belveder, Chesse Valley Middle School quarter back and Wanda's best friend, later boyfriend at the end of season 2.
Alex Boniello as P.J. Dunbar, a school bully who dislikes Ty Belveder and has a crush on Jenny Hightower. He serves as one of the main antagonists of the series.
Isabelle McCalla as Jenny Hightower, leader of the school cheerleader who bullies Wanda and try to make her life miserable. She serves as one of the main antagonists of the series in the first two seasons, but she and Wanda starts becomes friends halfway through season 3 after being trapped in the school's storage room for the afternoon.
Brittney Johnson as Meghan, one of Jenny's friends and a member of her clique. She always says “totally” after Jenny says something she thinks is cool.
Arielle Jacobs as Cory, one of Jenny's friends and a member of her clique. She always says “tell me about it” after Meghan says “totally.”
Brittany Zeinstra as Alison Carmichael, one of Wanda's best friends. She's book-smart but socially awkward and nerdy. Tries to act very professional.
Sandie Rosa as Emily, Alison's best friend.
Chris Medlin as Ethan, one of PJ's friends who has a crush Cory.
Troy Iwata as Jake, one of PJ's friends who has a crush Meghan.
Nancy Opel as Ms. Dingleberry
Max Crumm as Mr. Lemmings
John DiMaggio as Spangles, Wanda's dog. In Wanda's imagination, Spangles talks to Wanda and gives her advice when she's down or can't solve a problem on her own.
Christine de Frece as Mrs. Butternut
TBA as Mayor Weinberger, the mayor of Cheese Valley. He's named after the creator of Wanda's World, Eric H. Weinberger who passed away in 2017.
TBA as Tina
TBA as Tasha
TBA as Becky
TBA as Leon Thurman, a quarterback for the Pork Ridge Boars at Cheese Valley's rival school, Pork Ridge.
Special Guest Characters
Caitlin Kinnunen as Emma Nolan, a character from The Prom/Emma & Alyssa: A Prom Animated Series. She's Alyssa's girlfriend, a lesbian teenage girl at James Madison High School in Edgewater, Indiana and one of the co-founder of the Unruly Hearts Initiative. In the crossover, it reveals that she and Wanda have been best friends since summer camp before Wanda moved to Cheese Valley.
Isabelle McCalla as Alyssa Greene, another character from The Prom/Emma & Alyssa: A Prom Animated Series. She's a cheerleader who is Emma's girlfriend and one of the co-founder of the Unruly Hearts Initiative. In the crossover, she and Jenny became rivals to one another, especially in cheerleading.
- John DiMaggio will replace Max Crumm for the voice of Spangles, while everyone else from the Wanda's World album will respire their roles in the series.
- Sandie Rosa who plays Wanda Butternut in the off-broadway show returns to the franchise to portray Emily and a younger version of Wanda for this show.
- This show shares the same universe as Emma & Alyssa: A Prom Animated Series. There are currently plans for crossovers between the two shows. As will as of a possible Broadway Television Universe to expand some of the broadway show's universes. For example, The Connor Project from Dear Evan Hansen exist within both this show and Emma & Alyssa: A Prom Animated Series.
- Some of the episode are TV-14.