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Season 4 is the current season of PJ Masks. It was announced on June 5, 2019.[1] The source confirmed that they have started shooting on November 1, 2018 and ended on November 30, 2019.[2] It was intended to be set to premiere in April 2020,[3] but it was then moved to May 15, 2020,[4] most likely due to the Coronavirus pandemic. It opened up with a 4-segment story arc.[5]

Episode guide

Episode # Episode Title Original air date Production code
1 Heroes of the Sky May 15, 2020 401
2 Who Let the Moths In?; Commander Meow May 29, 2020 402
3 Motsuki's Missing Sister; Not so Ninja June 15, 2020 403
4 PJ Party Mountain; Wolfies of the Pagoda July 6, 2020 404
5 Master Fang's Secret; Aerodylan July 20, 2020 405
6 Asteroid Accident; All About Asteroids August 3, 2020 406
7 Romeo's Space Machine; Newton and the Ninjas August 17, 2020 407

Promotional posters

Title card gallery

Notes

  • The fourth season majorly focuses on the upgrades of the PJ Masks' existing vehicles, as well as the transformation of the three original villains' outfits.
    • News articles mentioning a PJ Masks traveling exhibit by eOne for Sea Life aquariums (which are all now closed due to the pandemic) mention that the season will also feature new underwater missions.[6]
  • This season introduces Newton Star, Octobella, Percival, Pharaoh Boy and Munki-Gu, the latter of which having first appeared at the 2020 New York Toy Fair.
    • Currently, both the first and fourth mentioned characters have had their designs revealed at the aforementioned Toy Fair, while the official designs for the second and third mentioned characters and Octobella have yet to be revealed.
    • Some newer vehicles, such as the Turbo Movers and PJ Air Jet, will also debut in this season.
  • The PJ Train and Luna's Moon Buggy might be upgraded versions of the train from "Blame it on the Train, Owlette" and Cameron's toy race car from "Gekko's Blame Campaign", respectively.
    • Also, the latter most likely has a different appearance, as seen at the Toy Fair, where the Wolf Wheelz was also renamed as the "Wolf Mobile".
  • This is the first season where Kyle Harrison Breitkopf does not voice Gekko.
  • This is the first season to have the season premiere and a couple of episodes air on the Disney Junior channel.

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