Intergalactic warrior Star Butterfly arrives on Earth to live with the Diaz family. She continues to battle villains throughout the universe and high school, mainly to protect her extremely powerful wand, an object that still confuses her.
A team of intergalactic warriors fights to protect the universe, but the combination of three highly trained beings and one quirky young boy leaves the team struggling to overcome the dangerous scenarios that are put in front of them.
Ordinary Anne Boonchuy, 13, finds a treasure chest that sends her to Amphibia, a world full of frogs, toads, and giant insects. With help from Sprig, she must adjust to life in Amphibia and discover her first true friendship in her life.
Hilda follows the adventures of a fearless blue-haired girl as she travels from her home in a vast magical wilderness full of elves and giants, to the bustling city of Trolberg, where she ... See full summary »
An interdimensional princess, from the kingdom of Mewni, named Star Butterfly is sent to a new dimension, the Earth dimension, to learn how to use her newest possession, the royal family wand, and she finds help along the way meeting an Earth boy named Marco Diaz, and she lives with Marco and his parents causing all kinds of interdimensional mischief.Written by
Daron Nefcy originally came up with the idea for the show about a girl named Star with an overhyped imagination of being a princess, which interfered with the people around her. Nefcy pitched the idea to Disney and they insisted she change it. Nefcy then made Star an actual princess from a different dimension living on Earth, which became the premise for the final version of the show. See more »
Star's name is Ester Fjäril which means Ester Butterfly in Swedish version. See more »
"Star vs Evil" comes after two tough acts to follow in "Phineas & Ferb" and "Gravity Falls", both being generally acclaimed and quite successful. Despite having such high standards to live up to, "Star vs Evil" manages to meet expectations with beautiful animation and well done humor. Not only does the show provide a strong female lead that is also likable (something Disney has lacked since the end of Kim Possible), it also doesn't fall into the played out superhero trope of the main character having to hide their powers. Overall I'd say this is one of Disney's best new shows - providing some of the best animation on TV, very likable characters, and interesting plots that don't go into the over the top tryhard zany zone that so many cartoons suffer from.
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