|Total Drama Mall Season 1|
Country of Origin
Mall TV: August 23, 2011
This season involved sixteen sixteen-year-old teenagers who had signed up to be in a reality show in a mall, known as "Total Drama Mall." This season had nothing but pure crazyness, drama, fighting, flirting, hook-ups, sex, and more.
- See: Episodes
There are twenty-six episodes, twenty-seven counting the exclusives, plus a special. TDI Rundown was a special recap episode aired only on Cartoon Network, and Total Drama Island Recap was a special recap episode aired only on Teletoon.
Mall TV Edit
- See: Mall TV
Mall TV is the original prototype for Total Drama Mall. In it, there were only ??? of the current contestants which all had different prototype designs, though some of the designs resemble those of the current characters.
Censorship in United States Edit
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Total Drama Mall episodes were usually rated TV-PG 14 in the United States, for suggestive dialogue and aggressive language. On occasion an episode would be rated TV-PG 18 XXX for mild flirtatious dialogue, such as in ??? etc.
- This was the first season in which Ezekiel is the first person voted off and was the first season to feature a two-part episode at the beginning. The second is Total Drama World Tour.
- This was the first season to take place at Camp Wawanakwa.
- This was also the first of only two seasons to take place entirely in Camp Wawanakwa, the other being Total Drama: Revenge of the Island.
- This was the first season in which Courtney and Harold are eliminated back-to-back. The second is Total Drama Action.
- This was also the only season in which Courtney was not eliminated in a double-elimination.
- This was also the only season in which both returning contestants were of the same gender; in this case, both of them are female.
- In addition, this is currently the only season in which someone who returned was eliminated in the same episode.
- This was the first season to be released on DVD. The second is Total Drama Action.
- However, Australia released Total Drama Action: Collection 1, in a Region 4 DVD.
- This was the only season to not feature a double elimination.
- This was the only season to not feature a prize of one million dollars, as the prize was $100,000.
- This was the only season to not feature a one-year time span between it and the following season.
- This was the only season in which a contestant does not quit.
- This was the only season in which the two finalists are from the same team.
- This was the only season in which the two finalists agreed to split the money with each other.
- This was the only season in which Eva, Katie, and Sadie participated in the competition.
- This was the only season in which someone didn't throw or attempt to throw a challenge.
- This was the only season in which Owen, Duncan, and Heather (the only three contestants to reach the final five more than once) are all in the final five together.
- This was the only season in which Gwen and Izzy were not the first members of their teams to be eliminated.
- This was the only season in which Duncan and Courtney were not the last two Killer Bass members left in the season.
- This was the only season in which the finale did not pick up immediately where the previous episode left off.
- This was the only season in which the final three consisted of one male and two females.
- This was the only season in which the lowest-ranking members of both teams are males.
- This was the only season to feature more than twenty-six episodes; on Cartoon Network and Teletoon, special recap episodes were aired between I Triple Dog Dare You! and The Very Last Episode, Really!: TDI Rundown and Total Drama Island Recap, respectively.
- Also, if Total Drama, Drama, Drama, Drama Island is included and considered an actual episode, then this season currently has the most episodes of any other season, with twenty-nine.
- This season featured the most amount of eliminations of any season so far (including the two returning contestants and Gwen's loss to Owen in the finale), with twenty-three.
- If Mr. Coconut's "elimination" is included, then the amount of eliminations is twenty-four.
- This season featured the most amount of challenges of any season so far, with twenty-five.
- This season featured the most amount of contestants of any season so far, with twenty-two.
- This season featured seven irregular eliminations. This is the reverse of Total Drama World Tour, which featured only seven regular eliminations.
- Occasionally, music similar to music from Survivor is played throughout the season.
- Total Drama Island has been featured as a question on the game show Jeopardy!, with both Dodgebrawl and Brunch of Disgustingness being mentioned as part of the clue.