There was one last DVD from Nickelodeon that I hadn’t shared with you all and then there are a few more that released in July I think you must know about! There are a number of DVD releases from Paramount Home Entertainment and Nickelodeon each month and I plan to share them with you as soon as possible, this means either shortly after release date or shortly before release date. In this case, I am sharing a bit after the release date.
Team Umizoomi 1,2,3..
Team Umizoomi features a tiny team of superheroes, Milli, Geo and Bot, who use their mighty math powers to help little kids solve big problems. The series combines action-adventure missions with an interactive math curriculum designed to help kids develop self-confidence in their math abilities and appreciate the many ways in which math shapes their world. The Umi Team is not complete without their Umi Friends (home viewers), who help the team along the way while practicing various math skills. Set to a soundtrack of preschool-friendly pop songs, the series is designed to build upon preschoolers’ conceptual understanding of math as they are exposed to core mathematical concepts like numbers, counting, computations, measurement, patterns and shapes.
Released June 28,2011. Special Features include Meet Geo, Meet Milli and Meet Bot. Running time is 95 minutes. Suggested Retail Price is $16.99
Victorious is created and executive-produced by Dan Schneider, who also created other Nickelodeon hits like iCarly, Drake & Josh, Zoey 101, The Amanda Show and Kenan and Kel. The show follows teenager Tori Vega (Victoria Justice) who attends the prestigious performing arts high school, Hollywood Arts. From her first day at the school, however, Tori feels out of place among the talented students, especially mean diva Jade (Elizabeth Gillies, Broadway’s 13). But with the help of her older sister Trina (Daniella Monet, A Fairly Odd Movie, Nancy Drew) and new friends including the musically gifted Andre (Leon Thomas III, August Rush, Broadway’s The Lion King, iCarly), brooding bad boy Beck (Avan Jogia, Spectacular!), eccentric Cat (Ariana Grande, Broadway’s 13) and lovable but psychologically scrambled ventriloquist Robbie (Matthew Bennett) – Tori realizes that she was born to perform and that entertaining people not only makes her happy but may change her life. The series, a co-production with Sony Music, features original songs performed by Justice and the ensemble cast. Since its launch last April, Victorious has been the number-one program in its timeslot on all TV with kids 6-11, tweens 9-14, and teens 12-17, reaching 14.4 million kids, 15.1 million tweens, and 11.4 million teens each quarter.
Released July 5,2011. Special Features include Meet Tori Vega, Meet the Cast, Music Videos. Running time is 243 minutes. Suggested Retail Price is $19.99
Dora the Explorer, created by Chris Gifford, Valerie Walsh Valdes and Eric Weiner, is a play-along, animated adventure series starring Dora is a seven-year-old Latina heroine whose adventures take place in an imaginative, tropical world filled with jungles, beaches and rainforests. She explores her world just as preschoolers do every day, and the show is designed to actively engage its audience in an interactive quest using a variety of learning techniques.
Released July 12, 2011. Special Features include Nicktrition Tips for Parents, Baby Nick Jr Music Video. Running time is 291 minutes. Suggested Retail Price is $24.99
Yo Gabba Gabba: It’s time to get those dancing shoes on and prepare for some fun in Yo Gabba Gabba: Party in a Box! This three-DVD box set includes Birthday Boogie, Clubhouse and Dancey Dance Bunch so get ready to explore everything from animals and new foods to birthdays and dress-up. Special guests in this collection include Erykah Badu, The Ting Tings, and Elijah Wood. Additionally, Biz Markie and Mark Mothersbaugh appear in their recurring segments.
Released July 12, 2011. Running time is 297 minutes. Suggested Retail Price is $24.99
Will share more July releases and August releases ASAP!
Disclosure: I received all of these DVD’s for free. My family would enjoy these shows whether we received the DVD for free or not. All opinions are that of my own.