BIONICLE: The Journey to One

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BIONICLE: The Journey to One
Director Nicolas-D. Robitaille
Producer Mathieu Boucher
Writer Mark Palmer
Starring Nolan Balzer
Paolo Bryant
Jacqui Fox
Quinn Greene
Geoff Hughes
William Jordan
Michael Strickland
Corny Rempel
Studio VOLTA
Distributor Netflix, Inc.
Release Date March 4th, 2016 -
July 29, 2016
Runtime 22 Minutes (Per Episode)
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BIONICLE: The Journey to One is a Netflix animated series developed by Canadian studio, VOLTA, that depicts the 2016 BIONICLE storyline.


"The new storyline takes place on the mythical island of Okoto, where the forces of darkness are on the move and the evil Makuta is working to cast the world into darkness. The desperate island inhabitants enlist six heroes - called the Toa - to help save their beloved island. Only when the heroes are united, will they be able to battle the forces of evil, defeat Makuta and save Okoto."
— Official synopsis


See Also: List of The Journey to One Episodes

Season Episodes Originally aired
1 3 March 4, 2016
2 2 July 29, 2016


Actor Role(s)
Nolan Balzer Tahu
Paolo Bryant Pohatu
Jacqui Fox Gali
Quinn Greene Kivoda[1]
Geoff Hughes Lewa
William Jordan Ekimu / Onua / Makuta / Narmoto / Izotor
Michael Strickland Umarak
Corny Rempel Kopaka/Narrator[2]


Concept art of the Toa entering the Labyrinth of Control

The series was first announced at the end of 2015 as part of an upcoming slate of children-oriented television programming for the video streaming service Netflix, with a projected release date of early 2016.[3] The January-February release of the LEGO Club Magazine claimed a release window of February, 2016, consisting of four episodes.[4] However, the release date was finalized as March 4th for the premiere.[5]

Matt Betteker, one of the artists for BIONICLE, did concept work for the series.[6] The episodes were produced by Canadian studio VOLTA.[7]


  • A voice actor named Cory Hunter was said to have voiced in the series, but he was not credited.[1]


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