Dive into adventure with your favorite underwater explorers, the Octonauts! Join brave Captain
Barnacles, daredevil ex-pirate, Kwazii, medic Peso Penguin and the rest of the crew, as they
explore the world s oceans, rescue the creatures who live there and protect their habitats – above
and below the waves!
Based on the richly imaginative books by Meomi, this series combines
immersive visuals and ‘submersive’ humor to transport young children into a world that is both
real and fantastic, full of mysteries to unravel and surprises around every corner.<p>In this
season set, encounter all types of creatures from the Great White Shark to Lionfish and more!
The adventures don’t end there! Embark on an Amazon adventure with the Octonauts as they
travel down the Amazon River in search of a lost city and Kwazii’s long-lost grandfather, Calico
Jack! So come aboard the Octopod for 24 exciting missions! Zoe C., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age
10 comments, “The show is based on American-Canadian children’s books by Meomi Design
Inc., which make it ideal for young kids! The series is very entertaining and educational. It
contains lots of information and if you love the ocean, I definitely recommend this series.” Denise
B., KIDS FIRST! Adult reviewer adds, “. One of my favorite things is how, at the end of each
show, they give facts about sea animals such as the Great White Shark and Sea Snakes.” See
their full reviews below.
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Octonauts: Season Two
By Zoe Canella, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 10
https://youtu.be/9vMffAai96A
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Octonauts: Season Two is a very cute children’s television series animated in Ireland and voiced
by British actors. The show is based on American-Canadian children’s books by Meomi Design
Inc., which make it ideal for young kids! The series is very entertaining and educational. It
contains lots of information and if you love the ocean, I definitely recommend this series.
You don’t need to watch Season One to understand Season Two. From the very first episode,
you are immersed in a colorful underworld, discovering the adventures of the very likable
characters. The intrepid Octonauts travel in nautical space ships and the Octopod and will remind
parents of Star Trek and the expeditions of French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau. I like that
they work as a team and how they respect each other. Each character brings something different;
they have different specialties and each one is unique.
My favorite characters are Peso, the penguin and Barnabas the polar bear captain which I found
very classy. But, all six adventurers are fun to watch – Kawazii (the cat), Inkling (the Dumbo
octopus), Shellington (the sea otter), Tweak (the rabbit), Dash (the dog) and Tunip (half animal,
half vegetable). They are not only adorable, but it is easy to relate to them. They all have different
accents and, by the sound of their voices, they are different ages too.<p>Everything is very
interesting in this show. Each episode follows a different mission where you learn fascinating
information about the ocean and marine life in a very fun manner. Each episode is based on one
particular sea creature or animal and the Octonauts not only explore the ocean but also protect
their habitat. The technology in the series is imaginary, but the creatures are based on real ones.
The show’s color palette is beautiful with lots of light blues and greens. It’s quite refreshing and
calms you down, which I think is ideal for little ones. I really like the animation, especially the
graphic transitions at the end of each episode as it gives a recap (Creature Reports) to the
episode and additional information about each animal. Each episode is also focused on a
particular conflict or problem, but you can enjoy them individually since there’s no sequence
between them.
Season Two comes with two discs, with 12 episodes each and 12 Creature Reports, which are
music videos about the animals featured in that episode. This gives a nice recap on that segment.
The message series is “explore, rescue, protect.” There’s a whole ocean out there to discover,
but we have to care and preserve our nature for future generations and ourselves. <p>I give this
DVD 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 2 to 8, but parents watching with their little ones
will enjoy as well. It’s available on DVD now, so look for it. Reviewed by Zoe C., KIDS FIRST!
Film Critic, age 10
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Octonauts, Season 2
By Denise B., KIDS FIRST! Adult Reviewer
https://youtu.be/Q7FIc355A4k
ll, they actually do more than just rescue, but I really enjoyed
the rescue. They also explore and protect and I can add another one – they educate young
children. The characters are extremely likable and engaging. There are so many different
adventures in this season’s collection. I especially enjoyed the one about the Great White Shark
which the group needed to rescue and at the same time had to be very careful so they didn’t end
up as the Great White Shark’s lunch! The underwater scenes are fun to watch. The dialogue is
creative. I highly recommend this for ages 3 through 7. One of my favorite things is how, at the
end of each show, they give facts about sea animals such as the Great White Shark and Sea
Snakes. I give this 4 stars out of 5 stars for its entertainment and educational aspects. Reviewed
by Denise B., KIDS FIRST! Adult Juro

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