This animated TV series has had quite a complex history, leaping from Warner Bros Animation to Cookie Jar Entertainment and airing on Kids’ WB, then Cartoon Network before coming to Netflix. Netflix confirms that it will launch season 2 of this modernized cartoon series on 7 January 2022.
— What's on Netflix (@whatonnetflix) December 10, 2021
Johnny Test was revived rather than rebooted when Netflix picked it up on May 6 2020 for two seasons, including a 66-minute interactive special.
Rather than continuing as season 7, Netflix dropped its season 1 revival of the series on 16 July 2021 and later the interactive special named Johnny Test’s Ultimate Meatloaf Quest on 16 November 2021. Scott Fellows continues to serve as the show’s executive producer and showrunner.
Are Seasons 1-6 of Johnny Test on Netflix?
Seasons 1-3 of the series is streaming on Netflix in many English-speaking countries, but unfortunately, season 4-6 are not present. On the bright side, you can get the later seasons from WildBrain’s YouTube channel, which hosts a myriad of full episodes and clips of Kids TV Shows.
The revival of Netflix’s Johnny Test saw the return of most favorited voice actors, including James Arnold Taylor as Johnny Test, Trevor Devall as Dukey, Maryke Hendrikse as Susa Test, Andrew Francis as Gil, James Corlett as Hugh Test (dad) and Kathleen Barr as Lila Test (mom).
Emily Tennant replaced Ashleigh Ball as Mary Test, who voiced the character in seasons 2,3,4 and 6. Daren Christian Mack took over the role of Mr White from Scott McNeil, who is now playing Zizrar. Other roles seen in the series are, Albert played by Lee Tockar and Brain Freezer played by Bill Mondy.