Bigfoot Presents: Meteor and the Mighty Monster Trucks is an American/Canadian animated television series. The series ran from September 25, 2006 to October 10, 2006 on Discovery Kids, with reruns airing until October 9, 2010. It it presented the fictional adventures of anthropomorphic monster trucks with the personalities of young children. In 2007, Bigfoot Presents: Meteor and the Mighty Monster Trucks was nominated for an Emmy Award in the Outstanding Special Class Animated Program category. Head writers credited on the show were Ken Cuperus, Alice Prodanou and Dave Dias.


Episodes take place in the fictional town of Crushington Park, especially in a practice arena full of obstacles and cars to destroy. The reference to Bigfoot (the original monster truck) appears to be a late addition to the program. The pilot episode "Race Relations" does not have the character LT (Bigfoot's Son) but instead has a towtruck named Hook who also has a profile on the official website. The official website also includes video from a pre-Bigfoot version of the pilot episode with a different theme song.


  • The show currently airs on Smile TV under the title: Monster Truck Adventures, A non-secular version of the show with the race announcer highlighting at the end of the episode, what happened, and a bible scripture that ties into the problem faced. The episodes themselves remain unaltered, though references to Discovery Kids have been removed.
  • There are rumors that the religious version aired on Qubo instead of the original version, thankfully those rumors are false.