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Charlotte in Multilink World
Created byKelvin Kibuuka
Voices of
  • Charlotte Mills
  • Emily Hamilton
  • Brooke Passingham
  • Maria Burdett-Clark
  • Lois Pert
  • Emily Burrows
  • Joella Dupuy
Theme music composerAlvin Risk
Country of origin
  • United Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons6 (legacy)
2 (reimagined)
No. of episodes46 (legacy)
16 (reimagined)
Producer(s)Kelvin Kibuuka
Animator(s)Kelvin Kibuuka
Eunice Oaklynn
Editor(s)Eunice Oaklynn
Running time1-5 minutes (legacy)
1-3 minutes (reimagined)
Production company(s)Multilink Studios
Original networkMCTV
Original releaseMay 30, 2019 (2019-05-30) (legacy)
March 27, 2023 (2023-03-27) (reimagined)
External links
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Charlotte in Multilink World is a British-American web series created by Kelvin Kibuuka[1] and produced by Multilink Studios.[2] Premiering on May 30th, 2019, the show is set in a parallel universe and centers around the adventures of a young girl named Charlotte Mills in a world populated by sentient cubes.[1]

The series has garnered a substantial following since its debut, with a significant presence on social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Notably, it boasts an impressive 8.5 rating on IMDb, attesting to its high-quality content and engaging style.[2] Its legacy version spans six seasons, with 46 episodes, each having a runtime of 1-5 minutes.[3] Meanwhile, its reimagined version spans two seasons with 16 episodes, each having a runtime of 2-3 minutes.[4]


Charlotte in Multilink World revolves around Charlotte Mills and her friends, Emily Hamilton, Brooke Passingham and Maria Burdett-Clark. Residing in a fantastical world with anthropomorphic multicolored cubes, they face challenges from the cunning Regina Carman.[5] The plot unfolds as they navigate social dynamics, form alliances, and strive to protect the multilink cubes from Regina's schemes.[1][2]


The show maintains a 2D art style, occasionally experimenting with CGI and real-life environments in later seasons.[2] Season 6 introduces a Minecraft environment for enhanced visual appeal and interactivity, which is something the reimagined version of the show also went along with, starting in Season 2.[4]


  • Charlotte Mills[1], the protagonist of the series, who is a compassionate and supernaturally-empowered individual who possesses unique abilities acquired in the sixth season.[6]
  • Emily Hamilton[1], Charlotte's best friend, a steadfast companion throughout their adventures.
  • Brooke Passingham[1], a remarkable and respected police officer who is courageous, loyal, and dedicated, known for standing up for her beliefs.
  • Maria Burdett-Clark[1], a true scientist with an insatiable thirst for knowledge an specialises in crafting unique and wacky potions using chemistry and biology.
  • Lois Pert[1], Brooke's best friend, a bit of a tomboy, and a dedicated police officer.
  • Ariana Passingham, Brooke's sister, who is independent and fiercely determined for her age.
  • Regina Carman, the cunning and malevolent antagonist of the series who possesses a deep understanding of the multilink cube world, using it for selfish purposes.[5]


The first five seasons of the legacy version adopted a gallery-style approach, exploring various characters and situations. Season 6 departed from this format, introducing actual storylines and episode titles.[3] Meanwhile, the reimagined version started entirely from scratch, attempting to make every episode as engaging as possible by adding new elements and fleshing out characters more.[4][7][8]

Season no. Episodes Legacy release Reimagined release
1 10 May 30th, 2019 March 27, 2023
2 6 July 22nd, 2019 June 15th, 2023
3 9 September 8th, 2019 2024
4 6 April 7th, 2020 TBA
5 7 October 26th, 2019 TBA
6 5 January 10th, 2019 TBA

Legacy and future plans[edit]

The legacy version faced criticism upon release, primarily due to its reliance on a simplistic slideshow presentation style. This approach, though seemingly straightforward, hindered the immersive potential of the web series. Viewers found the passive presentation of static images and text blocks less engaging, leading to disappointment among the audience.[3]

In response to feedback from fans dissatisfied with the format and quality of the first five seasons, Multilink Studios launched the ambitious project Charlotte in Multilink World: Reimagined in 2023. This initiative aims to replace the original slideshow episodes with more engaging content. The project involves remaking each episode from scratch, utilizing a blend of 2D and 3D animation, live-action footage, and voice acting.[4]

The reimagining initiative demonstrates the creators' commitment to enhancing the viewer experience and addressing audience concerns. This innovative approach reflects a dedication to evolving the series in response to fan feedback and industry trends.[4]



The Charlotte in Multilink World Movie (2026)[edit]

Charlotte and her group of friends must prevent the villainous Regina from taking over the Multilink Universe. The group must use their wits and skills to outsmart Regina and save the universe from her grasp. Along the way, they may face challenges and obstacles, but with determination and teamwork, they may be able to stop Regina and restore peace to the Multilink Universe.[9][10][11][12]

Spinoff series[edit]

Agent Wu (2022)[edit]

Agent Wu is a seasoned federal agent with a reputation for being both intelligent and quick-witted. She has dedicated her career to upholding the law and ensuring justice is served in the bustling metropolis of Lanceville, Tennessee. Her expertise in tracking down fugitives and investigating strange occurrences has made her an invaluable member of the federal agency she works for.[13]

Charlotte & Emilia (2022)[edit]

Charlotte & Emilia is a show about two best friends who have been inseparable since childhood. They grew up together in Liberia City and have always been there for each other through thick and thin. As adults, they both decided to pursue careers in IT and ended up working together at a local tech company. They are extremely talented technicians and are always there to help each other out with any issues that may arise in their work lives.[13]

The Emily Burrows Show (2022)[edit]

The Emily Burrows Show follows the adventures of a young girl named Emily who has always dreamed of having her own show. She has always been fascinated by the world of entertainment and has always imagined herself on stage, performing for an audience and sharing her talent with the world. As she grows older, Emily becomes more and more determined to make her dream a reality.[13]


The show's resonance extends to various online platforms, with fan communities actively discussing the series on forums like Reddit and Facebook. This continued engagement underscores the franchise's ability to foster a dedicated and interactive fan base, adding a communal dimension to the Multilink World experience. As the franchise continues to expand, with proposed future seasons and a dedicated fan base, this series stands as a testament to the evolving landscape of web series and transmedia storytelling.[2]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 "Charlotte in Multilink World (2019)". The A.V. Club. Retrieved 2023-12-18.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 "Charlotte in Multilink World: A Web Series Beyond Imagination". Multilink News. 2023-11-25. Retrieved 2023-12-17.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Why Charlotte in Multilink World's Legacy Version Failed". Medium. 2023-11-24. Retrieved 2023-12-17.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 "The New And Improved 'Charlotte in Multilink World'". Multilink News. 2023-11-19. Retrieved 2023-12-17.
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Regina Carman: The Antagonist's Ascendancy in the Reimagined 'Charlotte In Multilink World'". Medium. 2023-12-17. Retrieved 2023-12-17.
  6. Barker, Cesar (2023-11-21). "Charlotte Mills: The Superpowered Protagonist Of Charlotte in Multilink World". Cesar’s Substack. Retrieved 2023-12-17.
  7. "'Charlotte in Multilink World' Meets 'Five Nights at Freddy's'". Nyvel Publishing. 2023-11-20. Retrieved 2023-12-17.
  8. "Charlotte in Multilink World's Biggest Crossover Yet". Nyvel Publishing. 2023-11-20. Retrieved 2023-12-17.
  9. "Everything You Need To Know About 'The Charlotte in Multilink World Movie'". Multilink News. 2023-11-19. Retrieved 2023-12-17.
  10. "The Charlotte in Multilink World Movie Changes Everything". Nyvel Publishing. 2023-11-21. Retrieved 2023-12-17.
  11. "The Charlotte in Multilink World Movie (2026)". The A.V. Club. Retrieved 2023-12-18.
  12. "A Sneak Peek into 'The Charlotte In Multilink World Movie'". Medium. 2023-12-17. Retrieved 2023-12-17.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 Clinton, Rubella M. (2023-11-20). "Expanding the Universe of Charlotte in Multilink World". Medium. Retrieved 2023-12-17.

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