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Hot Shot

Voiced by: Pierce Cravens

The Rescue Bots' newest trainee. He was called by none other than Optimus Prime to arrive on Earth to stay with the Rescue Bots.


A Rescue Bot who is aspiring to become a police officer.


Voiced by: Adam Andrianopoulous

A Rescue Bot in training.

  • The Comically Serious: Much like Chase before him, he tends to be stoic and unemotional and prone to saying bizarre things without realizing the absurdity of his statements.
  • The Medic: He specializes in mending the others' injuries.
  • Playful Hacker: He demonstrates he can be a hacker in "Glitch".
  • Related in the Adaptation: He's Ratchet's nephew in this series, when his incarnation in the original Rescue Bots toyline gave no indication that he was related to any other Transformer.


One of the trainees at the Rescue Bot Training Center.


A Rescue Bot who trains at the Rescue Bot Training Center.


The Rescue Bot in charge of the Rescue Bot Training Center.

  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He's in charge of the Training Center and proves to be understanding and impartial whenever the younger Rescue Bots get into a conflict.


One of the supervisors of the Rescue Bot Training Center.


Voiced by: Keyon Williams

One of the supervisors of the Rescue Bot Training Center.


Voiced by: Michael Hansen

One of the supervisors of the Rescue Bot Training Center.

  • Out of Focus: He is one of the original Rescue Bots who gets the least screen time.
  • Hermit Guru: In episode 46, Blades pretended to be the 'The Wise One'(a rescue bot guru) and stationed himself in Persistence Peak (a remote mountain) to encourage Whirl to complete a rescue stunt.

Optimus Prime

Voiced by: Hiro Diaz ("Recruits", Part I and II), Jake Tillman ("Rescue Promo" onward)
Leader of the Autobots. He encourages Hot Shot to arrive on Earth to become a Rescue Bot along Whirl, Medix, Hoist and Wedge.


The Autobot scout.

  • Token Human: As the only prominent returning human character from the previous show, he's the only human member of the main cast.
Voiced by: Xander Crowell
A teen pioneer from Griffin Rock who is a fan of the Rescue Bots.
  • Ascended Fanboy: He wins an emergency response competition, and as a reward, he spends a day with the recruits.
  • Hero-Worshipper: To the Rescue Bots, especially Wedge.
    Other characters
Voiced by: Todd Perlmutter
The Rescue Bots' Cybertrobian test dummy. He always plays the victim for the Rescue Bots' simulated rescues, and can also give helpful advices and report the status of the mission. He gets abused a lot, especially in Hot Shot's hands.

Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy is an ongoing animated cartoon series, being developed by Boulder Media Studio as a sequel to Transformers: Rescue Bots. Ben Ward is the lead writer for the series. It began airing December 8, 2018 on Discovery Family in the US and in 2019 on Pop TV in the UK. Like Transformers: Cyberverse, each episode will run for 11 minutes. The voice cast of Rescue Bots will not reprise their roles, with existing characters being re-cast with voice actors from the same New York-based casting pool as Cyberverse.

Intended for more of a preschool audience than its predecessor, the series will follow the first class of the new Rescue Bot Training Academy, learning from the more experienced Rescue Bots how to respond to emergency situations and become heroes.

All 52 episodes of season 1 aired in 2019, and so far 26/52 (up to 78) have aired of season 2 in 2020. However,the U.K channel Tiny Pop gets new episodes before the U.S during the Discovery Family hiatus.



Rescue Bot Recruits[]


Cube Players[]





Season 1 (2018-2019)[]

  1. "Recruits Part I"
  2. "Recruits Part II"
  3. "Tough Luck Chuck"
  4. "Whirl'd View"
  5. "Plan Bee"
  6. "The Bot Who Cried Rescue"
  7. "If at First..."
  8. "Mount Botmore"
  9. "Mission Inaudible"
  10. "Glitch"
  11. "Five Into Four"
  12. "Rescue Promo"
  13. "Blame Game"
  14. "Surprise, Medix!"
  15. "The TX3000"
  16. "Little Bot Peep"
  17. "Driving a Wedge"
  18. "The Big, Small Rescue"
  19. "Go, Team, Go!"
  20. "About a Rock"
  21. "Dog Stray Afternoon"
  22. "Duck Luck"
  23. "Flight School"
  24. "Battle of the Bots"
  25. "Screen Time"
  26. "Fright at the Museum"
  27. "Space Case"
  28. "At Sea"
  29. "All Washed Up"
  30. "Trick or Treat"
  31. "Balloon Up a Tree"
  32. "The Mystery of Dragon Mountain"
  33. "Hack Attack"
  34. "Life of the Party"
  35. "Tyrannosaurus Wrecked"
  36. "Dino Hard"
  37. "Buddy Cop"
  38. "Escape from Penguin Island"
  39. "All that Glitters"
  40. "Dig Fest"
  41. "Trick or Treat"
  42. "Monster Savings"
  43. "Tune Out"
  44. "Metal Munchers"
  45. "Bee Prepared"
  46. "Whirl's Wise-Bot Quest"
  47. "Flying Hunk-A-Junk"
  48. "Into the Depths"
  49. "Milford Goes To The Dogs"
  50. "The Ice Wave"
  51. "Best Bots Forever Part 1"
  52. "Best Bots Forever Part 2"

Season 2 (2020)[]

  1. "Back to School"
  2. "Mission Dinobot"
  3. "In Training"
  4. "Medix Steps Up to the Bat"
  5. "Robo-Cody"
  6. "Heatwave's Shiny Coat"
  7. "Acting Out"
  8. "Need to Know"
  9. "Trouble Cubed"
  10. "My Favorite Rescue"
  11. ''The Great Energon Rush''
  12. ''The Vault Of The Primes''
  13. ''Wild Ghost Chase''
  14. ''Little Plot Of Horrors''
  15. ''Museum Mystery''
  16. ''Partners''
  17. ''Critical Condition''
  18. ''Fun Droids''
  19. ''Power Up And Energize''
  20. ''Shall We Dance?''
  21. ''Mul-T-Cog Of Pace''
  22. ''Five Little Rescue Bots''
  23. ''Good Advice''
  24. ''Campfire Fright''
  25. ''Small Cogs''
  26. ''Big Wheels''
  27. ''The Empty City''
  28. ''First Responder''
  29. ''How To Train Your Scraplet''
  30. ''Helicopter Heroes''
  31. ''Brushfire''
  32. ''The Ties That Bind''
  33. ''Bot Blog''
  34. ''The Icebot Cometh''
  35. ''More Than Meets The Eyes''
  36. ''Things That Go Bot In The Night''
  37. ''Medix Gets Schooled''
  38. ''Rescue Teens''
  39. ''Enter The Flood''
  40. ''Wizard Of Botz''
  41. ''The Tracker''
  42. ''One Of Our Dragons Is Missing''
  43. ''Dino-mite Duo''
  44. ''The Lonely Titan''
  45. ''X Marks The Bots''
  46. ''Making Tracks''
  47. ''Don't Be Alarmed''
  48. ''Powerless''
  49. ''Griffin Rock Rocks!''
  50. ''Bot Battle''
  51. ''Space Party''
  52. ''Crash Of The Titan''

Teletoon sundays:


US: Discovery Family

Canada : Teletoon

Latin America : Discovery Family Latin America

UK and Ireland : Tiny Pop

Germany : Nickelodeon Germany

France : Tiji

İtaly : Frisbee

Romania : Minimax

India : Nick.Jr India

Southeast Asia : Nick.Jr Southeast Asia


  • Before its premiere,it was renewed for a second season. Discover Family previewed the series a month before the official premiere. Also,the network airs two episodes a week. 
  • If At First was aired in some Countries in the production order.
  • Hiro Diaz only voiced Optimus Prime for the first two episodes,while Jake Tillman got to reprise his role from Transformers Cyberverse.
  • The animation of Rescue Bots Academy is great. Because this show is co-produced by Boulder Media rather than DHX Media,it uses the ToonBoom software,similar to its predecessor's first season.
  • Rescue Bots Academy Hotshot's design is similar to Armada's Hotshot. Same with Wedge,who came from the Robots in disguise (2001) series. The list goes on with Optimus,Bumblebee,Grimlock,Ratchet and Glow.
  • The series itself also introduce to the famous Cybertronian sport,Cube. This has first being established in Cyberverse.
  • Cody has grown into his late teens.
  • Heatwave is more mature.
  • Grimlock was an unexpected choice for a show of this kind.
  • At one episode of Transformers: Robots In Disguise, Bumblebee references the Rescue Bots, saying "Let's Roll To The Rescue!".
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  2. Alternative female hairstyles
  3. Inside lantern battery

Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy

Animated television series

Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy
Transformers Rescue Bots Academy logo.jpeg

Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy logo

Based onTransformers
by Hasbro and Takara Tomy
Developed by
Directed by
  • Art Director:
  • Luca Centofanti
  • Episodic Directors:
  • Ray Quigley
  • Pete Slattery
Voices of
  • Pierce Cravens
  • Courtney Shaw
  • Adam Andrianopoulos
  • Alan Trinca
  • Mason Hensley
  • Michael Hansen
  • Paul Guyet
  • Frank Cwiklik
  • Keyon Williams
  • Hiro Diaz
  • Jeremy Levy
  • Jake Tillman
  • Andy Zou
  • Todd Perlmutter
Theme music composerDoug Califano
Opening theme

"Rescue Bots Academy" by Zach Allen

"Rescue Recruitit!" by (Unidentified Singer)

Ending theme"Rescue Bots Academy" (instrumental)
ComposersStuart Kollmorgen
Doug Califano
Keiffer Infantino
Matt Mahaffey
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes104
Executive producers
  • Peter Lewis
  • Mikiel Houser (co-producer)
Running time11 minutes
Production companies
Original networkDiscovery Family
Picture format16:9 HDTV
First shown inUnited States
Original releaseJanuary 5, 2019 (2019-01-05) –
June 5, 2021 (2021-06-05)
Preceded byTransformers: Rescue Bots

Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy (or simply Rescue Bots Academy) is a Flash animated robot superhero television series on Discovery Family. It is based on toy manufacturer Hasbro's Transformers franchise and a sequel of Transformers: Rescue Bots, sharing the name with the Rescue Bots season three episode called "Rescue Bots Academy". The first two episodes were previewed on December 8, 2018.[1] The series officially premiered on January 5, 2019. The voice cast of Rescue Bots does not reprise their roles, with existing characters being re-cast with voice actors from the same New York-based casting pool as Transformers: Cyberverse.


School is in session at the Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy, and Griffin Rock’s heroes Heatwave the Fire-Bot, Chase the Police-Bot, Blades the Copter-Bot, and Boulder the Construction-Bot are back and ready to train a new batch of recruits. Just arriving on Earth from their home world of Cybertron, young Cube player Hot Shot, aspiring rescue hero Hoist, the enthusiastic Whirl, Construction-bot Wedge and field medic appropriately named Medix have the honor of being the first class in history to enroll in the Rescue Bots Academy, a highly advanced training facility located at a top-secret base. With encouragement from Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, and Grimlock, the new recruits learn the power of team building through exciting simulated and real-life rescue missions that highlight the importance of heroism, teamwork, and most importantly, friendship.[2]




  • Hot Shot (voiced by Pierce Cravens) - a former Cube player recruited by Optimus Prime, who also gives him a Mul-T-Change T-cog that lets him use a different vehicle mode per day. His regular vehicle mode is a red and yellow ATV, while his alternate forms are a red jet plane and a yellow and red hovercraft boat. He later gains a fourth vehicle form in Season 2 by scanning Heatwave’s fire truck mode.
  • Whirl (voiced by Courtney Shaw) - an enthusiastic police trainee who, like Chase, has studied the rules of being a Rescue Bot, and who serves as the team’s optimist and sister figure. She transforms into a blue and light gray police helicopter, and later adopts a blue squad car form during Season 2’s Multi-change story arc.
  • Hoist (voiced by Alan Trinca) - an aspiring inventor and mechanic who transforms into a teal green tow truck. In Season 1, he was revealed to be afraid of dinosaurs when Grimlock arrived at the Academy, later fully overcoming his fear in Season 2's "Mission Dinobot." During Season 2’s T-cog story arc, he scanned Grimlock to become a Dinobot himself and now has two transformations.
  • Medix (voiced by Adam Andrianopoulous) - a Rescue Bots recruit who does not like surprises and works purely with logic. He serves as the team’s intelligence officer on missions and transforms into a white emergency response car with green zaglines and a red light bar mounted on the roof. During Season 2’s T-Cog story arc, he gains a second form of a white rescue helicopter.
  • Wedge (voiced by Mason Hensley) - a former Decepticon turned leader who turns into an orange payloader. He had a rivalry with Hot Shot in Season 1 and shares Blades’ fanboy attitude towards Bumblebee. He even has a collection of trading cards detailing all the major Autobots called “Heroes of Cybertron.” His Decepticon past is revealed in the Season 2 episode “More Than Meets The Eye” when the team isn't certain how to deal with Lazerbeak. Like Hot Shot, Optimus Prime believed he had potential and recruited him. He later gains a second sports car mode in homage to his idol, Bumblebee. Wedge has a fear of heights as first stated in season one.

Rescue Bots[edit]

  • Blades (voiced by Michael Hansen) - a perky Rescue bot who turns into a rotund orange and white rescue helicopter and is one of Whirl’s favourite teachers. In the original series, he also transformed into a white and orange pterodactyl. He becomes Medix's mentor in the second season.
  • Heatwave (voiced by Paul Guyet) - Leader of Rescue Force Sigma-17 and the academy’s chief instructor. He transforms into a red fire engine with an extending ladder, a red fire boat, and a brontosaurus due to the events of the Transformers: Rescue Bots original cartoon. He becomes Hot Shot's mentor in the second season.
  • Chase (voiced by Frank Cwiklik) - Second in command for the Rescue Bots, Chase is a by-the-books police officer and one of Whirl’s favourite teachers. He transforms into a dark blue and white police car, as well as a robotic stegosaurus due to the events of the original series. He becomes Whirl's mentor in the second season.
  • Boulder (voiced by Keyon Williams) - A gentle giant who serves as the bulk and science officer of Rescue Force Sigma-17. He serves as the trainees’ teacher on Earth studies and transforms into a green bulldozer in addition to his robotic triceratops form from the original show’s third season.


  • Grimlock (voiced by Terrence Flint) - portrayed as a hybrid of his Fall of Cybertron and RID 2015 selves, Grimlock is an old friend of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee who serves as the bots’ gym and field operations coach. He later becomes a peer mentor to Hoist and helps him overcome his fear of dinosaurs. He transforms into a mechanical T-Rex and still has his cat phobia from Transformers: Robots in Disguise.
  • Sludge (voiced by Billy Bob Thompson) - a Dinobot science officer who transforms into a metallic apatosaurus with red and silver body Armor. He has not been seen since the Transformers Prime tie-in comics, Rage of the Dinobots, and Transformers Beast Hunters issues 1-8.
  • Snarl (voiced by Mark Ashton) - the Dinobots’ tactical officer and one of Grimlock’s old war friends who tends to be grouchy. He transforms into a mechanical stegosaurus with red spinal plates.
  • Slash (voiced by Alex Hairston) - a female dinobot who turns into a velociraptor. She’s an expert tracker and an old friend of Grimlock’s who prefers to work alone. After getting herself in trouble while trying to rescue Griffin Rock news reporter Huxley Prescott, Whirl teaches her it pays to have a partner watching out for her.


  • Optimus Prime (voiced by Hiro Diaz in the series pilot, and Jake Tillman) - the benevolent leader of the Autobots who turns into a semi-trailer truck cab.
  • Bumblebee (voiced by Jeremy Levy) - a member of Optimus Prime’s team who transforms into a yellow muscle car with black racing stripes, and Grimlock’s former commanding officer from Team Bee.[3] He becomes Wedge's mentor in the second season.
  • Rachet (voiced by Todd Perimutter) - Optimus Prime’s friend and chief medical officer who transforms into a white Ford ambulance. He is later revealed to be Medix’s uncle and one of the academy’s guest lecturers.
  • Perceptor (voiced by Jeremy Levy) - An Autobot science and intelligence officer who served alongside Optimus during the Great War for Cybertron. He transforms into a red science expedition vehicle and can downsize himself into a microscope that can be used by other Transformers. In his debut episode, Bumblebee convinces Perceptor to join the Academy as its math and science professor.
  • Scorch (voiced by Adam Andrianopoulous) - Hot Shot’s old friend and leader of the Cyberblazers Cube team.
  • Mach - a Cube player who turns into a sports car.
  • Glow - a female Cube player who resembles the Decepticon Glowstrike from 2015’s Robots in Disguise spinoff to Transformers Prime. She seems to turn into a red motorcycle.
  • Brushfire (voiced by Bimini Wright) - a lone Cybertronian on Earth in Australia who transforms into an orange half-track ATV. She previously appeared exclusively in the toy line, and makes her onscreen debut in Season 2’s 31st episode “Brushfire,” where she meets and befriends Whirl when the Rescue Bots arrive to help her with mobs of kangaroos.
  • Lazerbeak - Soundwave’s former helper and a retired Decepticon, Lazerbeak was found injured by the Rescue Bots in “More than Meets the Eye” when his shuttle was damaged and Hoist retrieved his cassette form before waking him up. After Wedge got rid of their prejudice, the Bots took him back to the Academy to heal the wound on his left wing.


  • Cody Burns (voiced by Andy Zou) - the first kid who befriended Heatwave’s team in the original series, and the youngest member of the Burns Family Emergency Response team and helps Heatwave teach the recruits whenever he’s not too busy.
  • Wes (voiced by Xander Crowell) - a member of Cody’s Teen Pioneer troupe who’s a fan of the Rescue Bots and idolizes Wedge.
  • Francine Greene (voiced by Kaitlin Becker) - Cody’s best friend since childhood and the second youth to learn the Autobots’ true nature in the original series, Frankie is the eldest child of Griffin Rock’s resident genius scientist, Dr. Ezra Greene, and is a science prodigy. She and Doc make their first reappearance in the Season 2 episode “Partners.”


Series overview[edit]

Season 1 (2019)[edit]

  • This season takes place during the Rescue Bot recruits' first year at the academy.

Season 2 (2020-21)[edit]

  • This season takes place during the Rescue Bot recruits' second year at the academy.

On September 5, 2018, the series was renewed for a second season of another 52 11–minute episodes that premiered on March 21, 2020.[7][8] The first six episodes of season 2 were released earlier on Google Play on February 14, 2020.[9] It is also the last season of the series.[10]


Shortly after its acquisition by Hasbro, Boulder Media Limited started developing a Transformers series.[13] The series was first announced on June 7, 2017, with Transformers: Rescue Bots officially ending production.[14]

On July 16, 2017, voice actor D.C. Douglas, who voiced Chase in Transformers: Rescue Bots, announced that he would not reprise his role in this series. He has also confirmed that the voice cast for this series are non-union New York-based voice actors.[15]

On July 23, 2017, Ben Ward joined the series as writer.[16]

On August 4, 2017, at Hasbro Investor Day 2017, the show's runtime was announced to be 11 minutes.[17]

On December 25, 2017, it was revealed that the first season consists of 52 11-minute episodes.[18]

On March 21, 2018, the series was announced to air on Discovery Family in Fall 2018.[19]

A trailer was released on April 6, 2018.[20]

On September 5, 2018, Ciarán Morrison and Mick O’Hara joined the series as writers. Additionally, the series was renewed for a second season of another 52 11-minute episodes.[21]

A poster was released on October 3, 2018, and the release date has been rescheduled back to 2019.[22]

A sneak peek consisting of the first two episodes aired on December 8, 2018.[1][23] The series began proper airings on January 5, 2019.[2]

In late 2020, it was announced that the show would end production after the Season 2 finale, ending the show with the same number of episodes as its predecessor.

Broadcast and release[edit]

In the United States, the series premiered with a two episode sneak peek on December 8, 2018[1][23] and officially premiered on January 5, 2019 on Discovery Family.[2] It premiered on Nickelodeon in Germany, Nick Jr. in India, TiJi in France, Frisbee in Italy, Tiny Pop in the UK, TVP ABC in Poland, Karusel in Russia, Minimax in CEE and Arutz HaYeladim in Israel.


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