The TV specials are a series of 22-minute television features, based on Club Penguin. To date, three features have premiered. All specials thus far are produced by Factory Transmedia and animated in stop-motion. They have aired on various Disney Channel, Disney XD, and Disney Junior channels worldwide.
|Character||Voiced By||Debut Episode||TV Exclusive|
|Aunt Arctic||Cristina Puccelli||3||No|
|Cake and Awesome||Matt Danner||1||Yes|
|Herbert P. Bear||Dave B. Mitchell||1||No|
|Merry Walrus||Brian Cummings||1||No|
|Yella||James Arnold Taylor||3||Yes|
|Roofhowse||James Arnold Taylor||1||Yes|
We Wish You A Merry Walrus
- Main article: We Wish You a Merry Walrus
The first special, entitled "We Wish You a Merry Walrus", follows the story of several penguins who embark on a journey to save Merry Walrus. This premiere special introduced all of the series regulars seen so far. The special was shown again, on the Club Penguin blog from December 24, 2015 - January 2, 2016.
Monster Beach Party
- Main article: Club Penguin: Monster Beach Party
The second special, entitled "Monster Beach Party", follows the story of Jangrah's attempt to throw the best beach party ever, while her plans are foiled by the release of the Megalodon. It premiered without any prior notice on Disney Channel UK on August 10th, 2015, and premiered in the US on Disney Channel on September 6, 2015, according to Megg in a comment on the blog.
- Main article: Club Penguin: Halloween Panic!
A third special, entitled "Halloween Panic!" follows the story of Jangrah organizing the Haunted Igloo attraction, and Blizzard befriending a ghost named Polter-Gus, when Blizzard along with Polter-Gus release four ghosts, Blizzard must convice his friends to help him otherwise everyone will be turned into ghosts. It premiered in UK on October 25th, 2015 and in the US on October 26th respectively, and was also shown on the What's New Blog from October 30 through November 2, 2015.
- On cable guides, all specials are prefaced with "Club Penguin: ", followed by their title.
- Penguins in the specials have different designs than online. They are given more humanoid figures for animation purposes.
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