Generation Alpha has a new franchise from HobbyKids Adventures.

Based on the YouTube family behind the channel HobbyKidsTVHobbyKids Adventures will debut as a new animated series from Butch Hartman (The Fairly OddParents, Danny Phantom) in collaboration with and the HobbyKids family. Rapid expansion into consumer products including toys, apparel, bedding, room décor, pajamas, backpacks, and other categories will follow, with Walmart on board as the exclusive retail partner at launch. The franchise will be supported through a partnership with Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. (CKE) that will see HobbyKids Adventures Star Pals kids’ meals on the menu at more than 3,800 restaurants across the U.S. this August.

“We were thrilled when the HobbyKids family signed on as’s first creator partner back in 2017 and we immediately started brainstorming around ways we could work with them to build them into a true global franchise leveraging their obvious and palpable appeal,” says Chris M. Williams, founder and CEO of “With the launch of the series, and the amazing partnerships with Walmart and CKE, we are excited to once again be bringing kids and families more of what they love through expansions of their favorite creator brands.”

Leveraging an audience that has fueled more than 7.5 billion views since 2013, HobbyKids Adventures will premiere June 22 on the HobbyKidsTV YouTube Channel.

Toys and other product offerings aimed at kids ages 3 and up will include toys and novelties from Just Play; apparel from The Bentex Group; bedding and room decor from Franco Manufacturing; and pajamas from BioWorld.

“At Walmart, we strive to be the first to bring unique product trends and innovations to market, and HobbyKids Adventures is a great example of that,” says Anne Marie Kehoe, vice president of toys at Walmart. “Offering our customers a line of exclusive apparel and toys from their favorite characters and personalities, like the HobbyKids YouTube stars, is just one way we deliver on being America’s Best Toy Shop.”

The HobbyKids family — HobbyMom, HobbyDad, HobbyFrog, HobbyPig, and HobbyBear — will take part in an eight-weekend experiential tour visiting approximately 24 Walmart stores across the country.

“We are so excited to be working with to bring HobbyKids Adventures to life,” HobbyMom & HobbyDad said in a statement. “What they’ve been able to accomplish exceeds our wildest expectations of where we thought our channel could go when we started back in 2013. From the series to the toy and apparel lines, we can’t wait to share this massive and exciting endeavor with our fans.”