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Darwin's Yearbook is a spinoff mini-series based on The Amazing World of Gumball. It contains six episodes, each focusing on a different character related to Elmore Junior High. The series takes place sometime after the events of "The Inquisition."

The first two episodes aired on December 2, 2019 in the United Kingdom.[1] They aired on December 14, 2019 in the United States. [2]


At the request of Principal Brown, Darwin attempts to create the Elmore Junior High Yearbook.


No. Episode Airdate
1 "Banana Joe" December 2, 2019 (United Kingdom)[3]
December 14, 2019 (United States)[4]
When Principal Brown sets Darwin the task of making the school yearbook, Darwin starts by asking class clown Banana Joe for a simple selfie to put on the cover. But with Banana Joe, things are never that simple.[4]
2 "Clayton" December 2, 2019 (UK)[3]
December 14, 2019 (US)[4]
Darwin needs to find a photo of Clayton to put on the cover of the school yearbook – but he makes the mistake of seeking help from Tobias, who has his eye on the cover spot himself![4]
3 "Carrie" December 3, 2019 (UK)[3]
December 21, 2019 (US)[4]
Darwin sets out to find a photo of Carrie for the cover of the school yearbook – but they end up reminiscing about all their past spooky shenanigans.[4]
4 "Alan" December 4, 2019 (UK)[3]
December 21, 2019 (US)[4]
Darwin wants to put Alan on the cover of the school yearbook – but Alan’s apparent modesty gets in the way.[4]
5 "Sarah" December 5, 2019 (UK)[3]
December 28, 2019 (US)[4]
Darwin asks Sarah for a photo to put on the cover of the school yearbook. But when Sarah tries to help, things get a little sticky.[4]
6 "Teachers" December 6, 2019 (UK)[3]
December 28, 2019 (US)[4]
When Darwin asks his friends which teacher deserves to be on the yearbook cover, they struggle to find a single worthy candidate![4]



  • In European airings, the characters voice chat and send emoticons to communicate, while in the American and UK version it is a written chat in English.



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