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Created by Steve Borst
Gary Doodles
Starring Robbie Daymond

Eric Bauza

Theme music composer Tommy Sica
Opening theme Bread Delivery Song
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 40
Steve Borst

Gary Doodles

Producer(s) Lizabeth Velasco
Running time 22 minutes
Original channel Nickelodeon (2014-15)
Nicktoons (2016)
Original run February 17, 2014 – September 12, 2016
Status Ended
External links
Official website

Breadwinners is an American animated television series produced by Nickelodeon. The show was created by Gary Doodles and Steve Borst, and centers upon two anthropomorphic frog-like ducks, SwaySway and Buhdeuce, who run a bread delivery service. In February 2013 Nickelodeon announced that they had ordered a 20 episode season based on the cartoon's pilot episode. The series premiered on February 17, 2014, and begun airing in it's regular timeslot on February 22, 2014. From April 18, 2016, the new episodes are premiering on Nicktoons instead of Nickelodeon.


SwaySway and Buhdeuce are carefree, frog-like ducks who fly around in a rocket van delivering bread to their customers. The best friends live together on their home planet, Pondgea, and get into all sorts of adventures. SwaySway is the leader of the duo and even though he does not always use the best judgment, he is a pro when it comes to flying the van. Buhdeuce is a klutzy duck, but he is loyal to SwaySway and has plenty of heart. Together, the friends have fun all the time while flying around delivering bread.


The show was conceived in a Studio City, Los Angeles efficiency apartment nicknamed the "Doodle Chamber". It was originally a 4½-minute cartoon about two feisty, accident-prone ducks and was intended to be a one-off short film crafted to entertain fellow animators at a short-film festival held at a New York bar. Series creator Gary DiRaffaele got an email from a Nickelodeon executive about the short film, which he had posted on YouTube: "I thought it was spam," DiRaffaele said. "I couldn't believe someone from Nickelodeon would contact me." Within a couple of months, Nickelodeon hired DiRaffaele and co-creator Steve Borst to expand Breadwinners into a full-length television series.


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