An action-comedy series based on Hasbro's stretchy, heroic toy.




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Series cast summary:
Ogie Banks ...  Ricardo Perez / ... 24 episodes, 2017-2018
Scott Menville ...  Stretch / ... 24 episodes, 2017-2018
Steven Yeun ...  Nathan Park / ... 24 episodes, 2017-2018
Wil Wheaton ...  Jonathan Rook / ... 23 episodes, 2017-2018
Keith David ...  Malcom Kane / ... 20 episodes, 2017-2018
Nazneen Contractor ...  Blindstrike / ... 18 episodes, 2017-2018
Kelly Hu ...  Miya Kimanyan / ... 15 episodes, 2017-2018
Kate Mulgrew ...  Dr. Racine Cleo (Dr. C) 15 episodes, 2017-2018
Felicia Day ...  Erika Violette / ... 14 episodes, 2017-2018
Miguel Ferrer ...  Stretch Monster / ... 11 episodes, 2017-2018
Walter Koenig ...  Mr. Savic / ... 11 episodes, 2017-2018
Gary Cole ...  Mark Armstrong 10 episodes, 2017-2018


An over-scheduled teenager named Jake Armstrong and his two best friends are accidentally exposed to an experimental chemical and become a team of stretchable superheroes who must work together to expand beyond the confines of their lives and embark on a series of adventures. Written by Kentrell X

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Based off of the late 1970s Kenner toy Stretch Armstrong. See more »

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Like the 90s, only better.
7 October 2018 | by mickdansforthSee all my reviews

In 1996 we got a Flash Gordon cartoon where Flash and most of the cast were teens who rode hover boards. In 1993 we got Mighty Max that was based on a toy that was the male gendered version of Polly Pocket. In 1997 we got the Extreme Ghostbusters. These were all cartoons that had disqualifying tropes mandated by corporations with faulty market research. But despite these tropes that make you say no before seeing your first second of animation, the people making the cartoons turned out highly entertaining cartoons. (I watched Flash Gordon and Mighty Max new but didn't see Extreme Ghostbusters until I bought season 1 on DVD from Australia.)

Hasbro hit big with G.I. Joe and Transformers because writers at Marvel created endearing/enduring characters out of Hasbro's toy mess. But as a general rule Hasbro doesn't understand this and thinks they can make hits with every toy line.

Forgetting all of this, when I tried the first episode of this cartoon based on a so/so Kenner toy from my childhood that I knew a couple people who had one, involving teens, I didn't get very far in before deciding this wasn't for me.

But when season 2 launched I saw Wil Wheaton and others talking about their show with love and reverence on Twitter in a way I had not really seen before. So I decided to give it another try.

This is definitely a show, like Flash Gordon, Mighty Max and Extreme Ghostbusters, that rewards you for watching, the farther in you get. Unlike shows of the 70's, 80's and 90's, you don't get a strong sense from the show that some parents group is mandating content rules. There are some stories where bad decisions lead to consequences, but most of the episodes advance the overall storyline.

The cast is great, does a great job, and is filled with well known names. The theme song is catchy. The show is an all around good time.

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17 November 2017 (USA) See more »

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Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters See more »

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