The Fairly OddParents (Season 11) (Johnsonverse)
The eleventh and final season of The Fairly OddParents began airing on February 13, 2021 with the double-length episode "The Fairies Are Back".
This is the only season not to air on Nickelodeon (it instead airs on Netflix through Cartoon Network, which acquired the rights to the show in 2019 and currently airs reruns of the first eight seasons) or have any involvement from creator Butch Hartman or his company Billionfold Inc., though Fred Seibert and his company Frederator Studios are still involved. New showrunner Chloe Johnson stated that the season "will restore the series to its former glory", and this season brought back many characters such as Vicky, Trixie, Chester, and AJ, to major status. Recurring characters like Catman were retired due to the death of their voice actors (the Catman voiced by Jeff Bennett is actually a different actor portraying the character, explaining his retooling in Seasons 9 and 10), while others such as the Crimson Chin and his enemies, Norm the Genie, Remy Buxaplenty, the Anti-Fairies (including Anti-Cosmo and Anti-Wanda), Elmer, Sanjay, Francis, Veronica, Tootie, Dr. Bender and his son Wendell (with Gilbert Gottfried returning to the role), and the Pixies return.
This season also retcons the ninth and tenth seasons (2013-2017) into a series of bizarre dreams Cosmo had (both Sparky and Chloe are reduced to mostly silent "hate cameo" appearances, with speaking roles from time to time), and restores the characters' original personalities (such as Timmy being more of an "average kid that no one understands" than a jerk, Vicky being more apathetic than evil, Trixie being a closeted geek, Timmy's parents not treating him as a burden, Cosmo and Wanda being equally dumb, with Cosmo sounding like he did from Seasons 3-8, Mr. Crocker's penchant for arbitrarily giving out F's, etc.). The three live-action TV movies starring Drake Bell and Daniella Monet were retconned as bad fanfiction written by Jorgen (which he then reads to Binky, and even he hates it). The Season 9 opening is used, with new head gags for each episode (though Chloe's name replaces Hartman's in the executive producer credit), and there will be an hour-long special involving a mysterious man (voiced by Tim Johnson with his voice pitched down) coming to Dimmsdale with the express intent of killing Vicky for her innumerable crimes, with Timmy being forced to save her since Vicky is the only reason he got Cosmo and Wanda in the first place; without her, there would be no need for them. A fourth Jimmy Timmy Power Hour will air during this season.
Finally, a new character named Samantha was introduced as a friend to Timmy. She was described by Johnson as "Chloe, but competently written and not an insult to competent characterizaion".
- The Fairies Are Back (written by Chloe Johnson) - After Cosmo wakes up from a several-year-long sleep involving a fairy dog named Sparky and a "perfect" girl named Chloe, he, Wanda, Poof, and Timmy find that a new neighbor has moved in where Chloe supposedly was.
- Fall From Grace (written by Steve Marmel)
- Tara Strong as Timmy and Poof
- Daran Norris as Cosmo, Mr. Turner, and Anti-Cosmo
- Susanne Blakeslee as Wanda, Mrs. Turner, and Anti-Wanda
- Grey Griffin as Vicky, Tootie, and Veronica
- Carlos Alazaqui as Mr. Crocker
- Jason Marsden as Chester
- Gary LeRoi Gray as A.J.
- Dee Bradley Baker as Elmer, Sanjay, and Remy Buxaplenty
- Dionne Quan as Trixie
- Faith Abrahams as Francis
- Ashleigh Ball as Samantha
- Adam Devine as Mr. King
- Yeardley Smith as Mrs. King
- Jim Ward as Chet Ubetcha
- Gilbert Gottfried as Dr. Bender and Wendell
- Jay Leno as The Crimson Chin
- Norm Macdonald as Norm the Genie
- Eric Bauza as Anti-Poof
- Ben Stein as Head Pixie and Sanderson
- Jane Carr as Mama Cosma
- Jeff Bennett as Catman (Henry Crevil)
- Tim Johnson as Dr. Rip Studwell
- John de Lancie as Stark Raver
- Maddie Taylor as Sparky
- Kari Wahlgren as Chloe