Tara Strong Kath Soucie Kari Wahlgren Daran Norris Susanne Blakeslee Dante Basco Mae Whitman Janice Kawaye Carlos Alazraqui Grey Griffin Jason Marsden Gary LeRoi Gray Rob Paulsen Tom Kenny Carolyn Lawrence Dee Bradley Baker Kevin Michael Richardson Jeff Bennett Wally Wingert Kevin Hamilton McDonald Phil LaMarr Jim Ward John DiMaggio Butch Hartman Eric Bauza Jill Talley Cree Summer Faith Abrahams Laraine Newman Jane Carr Robert Cait Curtis Armstrong Dave Foley Seth MacFarlane Rachael MacFarlane Jennifer Hale S. Scott Bullock Charlie Schlatter Jim J. Bullock Chris Edgerly Mick Wingert Cheri Oteri Jason Alexander Cheryl Hines Natalie Palamides Kristen Li E.G. Daily Kate Higgins Alyson Court Cathy Cavadini Mary Hart Bob Goen Guy Moon
Yuri Lowenthal Drake Bell Daniella Monet Justin Roiland Chris Kirkpatrick Ben Stein Lacey Chabert Gilbert Gottfried Catherine Taber Candi Milo Chad Doreck Audrey Wasilewski Steve Blum Gary Anthony Sturgis Asher Bishop Jessica DiCicco Liliana Mumy Nika Futterman Cristina Pucelli Lara Jill Miller Nancy Cartwright Bill Fagerbakke Rodger Bumpass Clancy Brown Mr. Lawrence Seth Green Sean Astin Greg Cipes Nolan North Dannah Phirman Billy West Katey Sagal David Kaufman Rickey D'Shon Collins Colleen Villard Jerry Trainor Jeremy Rowley Ben Giroux Amber Hood Tress MacNeille Khary Payton Kelly Hu Steven Weber Richard Steven Horvitz Norm MacDonald Jay Leno Dana Carvey Mark Hamill Tony Sirico Margo Martindale Maria Canals Barrera Dan Castellaneta Greg Baldwin Pat Musick Scott Baio Thomas F. Wilson Robert Costanzo Cindy Robinson H. Jon Benjamin Teryl Rothery Cheryl Chase Tim Curry
"The All New Fairly OddParents!" is a series made by WikiaIvan1997, with some help from certain users, like Southparkfan23, Zionbishop91802 and Commander M3. The series include new wishes, new characters, new locations and more. This fan fiction series was created as a response to the negative reception of the newer Fairly OddParents episodes. It's designed to return to the show's original roots by restraining usage of characters like Mr. Turner and Crocker in favor of some characters that don't get enough attention by giving them more important roles (such as Anti-Cosmo, Ms. Doombringer, etc.), bringing back plot points that weren't mentioned since the earlier episodes (like Trixie's tomboy nature and Veronica's secret crush on Timmy), throwing out dumb plotlines, toning down the mean spirit and fixing continuity problems.
The length of an episode is about the same as a regular Fairly OddParents episode, and during special episodes, they can be double length. Sometimes, a special would have to be divided into 2 or more parts.
The show is basically slightly darker & edgier version of the original cartoon, and it's rated TV-Y7, with some episodes rated TV-PG. Most of the original Fairly OddParents episodes are referenced in this series in one way or another.
The episodes marked in bold are double-length episodes. The ones marked in italic are non-canon and the ones marked in both bold and italic are special episodes.
NOTE: All crossover episodes will only feature characters from the original Fairly OddParents TV show.