|This page is about the animated series. For other similar uses, see Hilda (disambiguation).|
Produced by Silvergate Media and Mercury Filmworks, and directed by Andy Coyle, the show follows the adventures of Hilda, an 11-year-old girl who, along with her deerfox Twig, travels to the city of Trolberg, where she conquers even the most dangerous of monsters.
Production and Release
Season 1 adapts the first four books of the graphic novel series, and also contains multiple new stories written specifically for the animated series.
Two episodes of season 2 were screened at the New York International Children's Film Festival on 22 February 2020. An 80-minute movie special titled Hilda and the Mountain King was released on December 30th, 2021.
On 9 June 2021, Ako Mitchell, the voice of Wood Man, announced on Twitter in a deleted tweet that a third season is currently in development.
Season 1 (2018)
- Chapter 1: The Hidden People
- Chapter 2: The Midnight Giant
- Chapter 3: The Bird Parade
- Chapter 4: The Sparrow Scouts
- Chapter 5: The Troll Rock
- Chapter 6: The Nightmare Spirit
- Chapter 7: The Lost Clan
- Chapter 8: The Tide Mice
- Chapter 9: The Ghost
- Chapter 10: The Storm
- Chapter 11: The House in the Woods
- Chapter 12: The Nisse
- Chapter 13: The Black Hound
Season 2 (2020)
- Chapter 1: The Troll Circle
- Chapter 2: The Draugen
- Chapter 3: The Witch
- Chapter 4: The Eternal Warriors
- Chapter 5: The Windmill
- Chapter 6: The Old Bells of Trolberg
- Chapter 7: The Beast of Cauldron Island
- Chapter 8: The Fifty Year Night
- Chapter 9: The Deerfox
- Chapter 10: The Yule Lads
- Chapter 11: The Jorts Incident
- Chapter 12: The Replacement
- Chapter 13: The Stone Forest
An 80-minute special Hilda and the Mountain King was released on December 30th, 2021.
Season 3 (TBA)
A third and final season is in pre-production.
Awards and Nominations
Hilda has so far won six awards, and was nominated for four others.
|2019||46th Annie Awards||Best Animated Television/Broadcast Production For Children||Won|
|Outstanding Achievement for Character Animation in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production||Scott Lewis||Won|
|Outstanding Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production||Stephanie Simpson||Won|
|78th Annual Peabody Awards||Child and Youth Programming||Nominated|
|46th Daytime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Children's Animated Series||Clint Eland
|Outstanding Writing for an Animated Program||Stephanie Simpson
|Outstanding Directing for an Animated Program||Andy Coyle
|Outstanding Main Title and Graphic Design for an Animated Program||Won|
|2019 BAFTA Children's Awards||Children's Animation||Luke Pearson
|2020||2020 Kidscreen Awards||Best Animated Series||Won|
|British Animation Awards||Best Voice Performance||Bella Ramsey||Nominated|
|2021||48th Annie Awards||Best TV/Media - Children||For "Chapter 9: The Deerfox"||Won|
|Best Character Animation - TV/Media||David Laliberté||Won|
|Best Editorial - TV/Media||John McKinnon (for "Chapter 9: The Deerfox")||Won|
- Flying Eye Books has published A series of illustrated childrens' novels based on the animated series.
- The game Hilda Creatures.
- The books Hilda's Sparrow Scout Badge Guide and Hilda's Book of Beasts and Spirits