Infinity Train is an American animated anthology series created by Regular Show's Owen Dennis. The pilot was first released online on November 1, 2016 and later on television on February 11, 2017. The series was later announced in 2018.

The first episode was shown at San Diego Comic Con on July 20, 2019 as a sneak peek and released online later that day.

The first book was 10 episodes long and aired 2 episodes a night from August 5 to August 9, 2019.[1]

While it was originally intended to be a miniseries, on the night of the first season's finale, it was announced that Infinity Train would return as an anthology series instead.

The second book was 10 episodes long and aired 2 episodes a night from January 6 to January 10, 2020.[2]


The first book follows Tulip and her companion One-One, which is composed by Glad-One and Sad-One in their journey through a seemingly infinite train with limitless possibilities to find a way to Tulip's home.


Main Characters

  • Tulip Olsen (Book One: The Perennial Child)
  • One-One
    • Sad-One (first One-One half)
    • Glad-One (second One-One half)
  • Atticus (Book One: The Perennial Child)
  • Jesse Cosay (Book Two: Cracked Reflection)
  • Alan Dracula (Book Two: Cracked Reflection)
  • Mirror Tulip (Book One: The Perennial Child as a supporting character) (Book Two: Cracked Reflection as a main character)


  • The Cat
  • Steward (Book One: The Perennial Child)
  • Agent Sieve and Agent Mace
  • Amelia Hughes (Book One: The Perennial Child)

Supporting Characters

  • Mikayla (Book One: The Perennial Child)
  • Andy Olsen (Book One: The Perennial Child)
  • Megan Olsen (Book One: The Perennial Child)
  • Randall
  • Greige
  • Khaki Bottoms
  • Alrick Timmens

Home Media

DVD volumes:

  • Book One (April 21st, 2020)



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