|Format||Animated television series|
|Created by||Keith Alcorn|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||26|
Jim Hope (co-)
Planet Sheen is an American CGI animated spin-off of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius focusing on Sheen, created by Keith Alcorn and Steve Oedekerk and produced by O Entertainment. It has been picked up for 26 episodes by Nickelodeon.
After sneaking into Jimmy's lab and finding his top-secret rocketship, Sheen accidentally blasts himself into outer space! four million and one light years away, Sheen crash-lands on Zeenu -- a strange planet inhabited by purple aliens called Zeenuians. After using their bathroom, Sheen wants to go home, but his rocketship got smashed in the crash, and it's his only ride.
Meanwhile, an evil villain named Dorkus is super mad that Sheen destroyed his house in the crash, and he's bent on destroying the pesky Earth boy! Luckily, Sheen makes a ton of new friends on Zeenu, including Doppy, Emperor and Mr. Nesmith. Will Sheen survive the evil plots of Dorkus and repair his rocket so he can get back to Earth before anyone notices he's gone?
After the success of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, John, Keith and Steve teamed up to create a spinoff. The trio found inspiration from various oddball sources including Michael Nesmith of The Monkees. In Planet Sheen, the chimp, Mr. Nesmith, wears a wool hat with a ball on top, just like the real Nesmith in his old TV series.
There was also supposed to be a TV movie that focused on Jimmy, Carl, Libby, Cindy and Goddard going to rescue Sheen, while at the same time, feature Sheen and Nesmith's journey back to Earth.
- Jeff Garcia as Sheen Estevez
- Bob Joles as Nesmith
- Rob Paulsen as Doppy
- Soleil Moon Frye as Aseefa
- Jeff Bennett as Dorkus
- Candi Milo as Princess OomLout
- Fred Tatasciore as Emperor
- Thomas Lennon as Pinter
- Main article: List of Planet Sheen episodes
- Planet Sheen is the similar to Don Bluth's Titan A.E..
- Jimmy Neutron is mentioned in the 1st episode.
- As implied in The Tomorrow Boys, Sheen does return to earth.