|The Quarter Project|
|Theme composer:||Nicolas Carr|
|Opening theme:||Battlefield by Jordin Sparks|
|End theme:||Mr. Young ending credits song|
|Number of seasons:||2|
|Number of episodes:||85 (6 unaired)|
|List of episodes:||List of The Quarter Project episodes|
|Executive producer:||Eggy Soulster|
|Production Company:||Cracked Crossovers/Eggy Studios|
Cookie Jar (season 1)
DHX Cookie Jar (season 2)
MoonScoop (season 2)
|Original Channel:||Nickelodeon (2010, 2013-present)|
|Picture format:||1080p (HD)|
|First aired:||Original: November 2, 2010|
Revival: September 7, 2013
|Last aired:||Original: April 5, 2011|
The Quarter Project is an American animated television series, created by Eggy Soulster. The series follows the adventures of Quarter after the events of Quarter: Attack Of The Giant Paint. It is based on the Quarter movie series. It is rated TV-Y, TV-Y7 and TV-Y7-FV.
- Quarter: The main protagonist of the show. He is intelligent and an agent of the ROM (Robotic Organization of Mechanics). He is voiced by Eggy Soulster.
- Hemlin: Quarter's brother and a black belt in martial arts as revealed in the episode Moral Kombat. He is not intelligent as Quarter, and is sometimes joked as a "half-a-brainer". Also voiced by Eggy Soulster.
- Graybol: The main villian who is obviously a ball. He attempts to destroy the Robotic Organization of Mechanics and Quarter in most episodes, but fails to.
In 2007, The Quarter Project was originally announced as a cartoon for the upcoming KEWLopolis block by DiC Entertainment (who produced Quarter Again) and Eggy Soulster in June 2007. At the time, The Quarter Project was named Quarter: The Animated Series, not The Quarter Project. However when DiC was acquired by Cookie Jar Entertainment on July 23, 2008, Cookie Jar decided to move the show to Nickelodeon (as Nickelodeon Movies produced the first movie and the upcoming third movie), and updated the logo of the show. Nothing was heard about the show until October 2009, when Cookie Jar updated the Nickelodeon logo to the 2009 Nickelodeon logo, and renamed the show to The Quarter Project.
|United States||Nickelodeon (2010, 2013–present)|
|Canada||YTV (2010–2011, 2013–present)|
|Asia||Disney Channel (2010–present)|
|United Kingdom & Ireland||
Nickelodeon (2010–2011; 2014–present)
|Brazil||TV Brasil (2011–present)|
|Japan||Nick Time (2011–2012)|
TV Tokyo (2011-present)
|Latin America||Disney XD (2010–present)|
|Scandinavia||Disney XD (2010-2012)|
|Italy||Cartoon Network (2010)|