- Actor Allusion:
- Skylar Astin, who voices Branch here, previously played another love interest of a character once played by Anna Kendrick.
- This isn't the first time Amanda Leighton voiced someone associated with the color pink.
- And it's not the first time Gary Cole has played a boss. Hell, Sky Toronto's hair looks almost exactly like Lumbergh's!
- Author Existence Failure: Andrea Arruti, the Mexican Spanish voice of Poppy in this show, died from pneumonia while the dubs of the final seasons were being recorded.
- The Cast Showoff: The new voice actors for the Trolls can sing pretty darn well.
- Edited for Syndication: The Japanese dub aired on TV Tokyo has many differences from the original version of the show:
- Each episode begins with Poppy explaining the show's premise while clips from the show play.
- The opening skips the Dreamworks logo (replaced by a still with the show's Japanese title) and starts from Poppy climbing down a vine.
- Instead of each episode ending with different songs, all of them end with Tsubaki Factory's cover of "Best Day Ever" from the episode "The Royal Review".
- Naturally, the Universal Kids broadcasts skip over any mentions of Netflix in the opening and closing credits, with the opening credits cutting straight to the Dreamworks logo.
- Role Reprise:
- The only two actors to reprise their roles from the movie are Ron Funches and Walt Dohrn, returning as Cooper and Cloud Guy, respectively. Ironically, Walt Dohrn's other main role, Smidge, was Darrin'd by Kevin Michael Richardson.
- The Japanese dub brings back the entire cast from the film, even KENN as Branch.
- The Other Darrin:
- As expected from a show like this, all but two of the main characters have new voice actors.
- During production of the Latin American Spanish dub, the voice of Poppy, Andrea Arruti died, even though she managed to recored her character towards the entire show. She was then suddenly voiced by Melissa Gedeón (who voiced Pinkie Pie) starting from TrollsTopia. This isn't the first time, as Gedeón had also voiced Poppy in the first movie trailer.
- Similarly, in the Brazilian Portuguese dub, Poppy and Branch (who were both voiced by Jullie and Hugo Bonemer respectively, in both the films and the show) were both replaced by Vic Brow and Gustavo Pereira in seasons 6-8.
- Talking to Himself: Kevin Michael Richardson voices Smidge and additional supporting and minor characters who interact at times.
Trivia / Trolls: The Beat Goes On!