We recently found out that Rolie Polie Olie will be available on Disney+ very soon and we couldn’t be happier! The show is a classic and favorite from our childhood, so with this amazing show back, we couldn’t help but thinking what other shows are missing from the platform?
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Disney Channel offered a big variety of shows for younger viewers on their Disney Jr. section like “Bear in the Big Blue House”, “Jojo’s Circus” and more! And while some shows are available on Disney+, other are not there yet, that’s why we created a lis of shows that we wish we could have on the streaming service soon:
BEAR IN THE BIG BLUE HOUSE
Bear lives in the Big Blue House where he is caregiver for his friends bear cub Ojo, mouse Tutter, lemur Treelo, otters Pip, Pop and narrator Shadow. Together they have many adventures that normally include solving problems, sharing, coopering with each other and developing social/life skills.
Each episode opens with the welcome song and appearance of the characters and focus on an specific theme, fore example sleep, doctors or Thanksgiving which fold into a lesson at the end. At the end of the program, Bear sings the goodbye song with Lune, the moon.
PB AND J OTTER
The shows follows the Otter family who live in the rural fishing community of Lake Hoohaw, the stories revolve around the Otter kids: older brother Peanut, younger sister Jelly and baby sister Butter, as well as their friends and neighbors.
PB and J Otter premiered in 1998 and it was created by Jim Jinkins, who also created Doug and Allegra’s Window.
Oso is a lovable teddy bear who is a special agent in training! He turns to young viewers at home to complete his missions for the United Network for Investigating Quite Usual Events (UNIQUE), an international consortium of stuffed animals charged with teaching kids how to complete everyday tasks such as mailing a letter, using a library or just cleaning their room.
Stanley and his best friend Dennis, a talking goldfish, love animals and adventure. Stanley explores the animal kingdom with Dennis and sometimes his dog, Harry, his cat Elsie and some neighborhood friends!
They learn all about animals and their habitats in Stanley’s Great Big Book of Everything. The book also helps them solve problems at home and school. Stanley uses his thinking skills, imagination and love of animals to encourage viewers to help him solve problems and find out more about the world around them.
Jojo is a curious 6 year old clown who lives with her family and friends in Circus Town. The show teaches kids about movement using games, songs, colorful circus characters and funny storylines. Viewers are encouraged to walk, run, dance, jump, club and move with Jojo and all the characters in Circus Town!
The Wiggles are an Australian children’s music group formed in Sydney, New South Wales in 1991. But it wasn’t until 1998 when they launched a 13 episodes program on Disney Channel Australia, followed by performances at Disneyland and Walt Disney World!
Dumbo’s Circus is a live action/puppet television series that aired on Disney Channel in 1985 and featured the character of Dumbo from the original film. In this show, Dumbo has grown up, is able to speak and has struck out on his own to begin his own circus.
He and a cast of characters fly from town to town, in a wagon pulled through the air by Dumbo, performing their “greatest little show on earth”!
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What other shows would you like to see on Disney+?
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