VeggieTales is an American series of children’s computer animated films featuring anthropomorphic vegetables in stories conveying moral themes based on Christianity. The episodes frequently retell Bible stories anachronistically reframed and include humorous references to pop culture. The series was developed by Big Idea Entertainment and is owned by DreamWorks Animation through its subsidiary, Classic Media.
VeggieTales was created by Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki, who also provide many of the voices. Originally released in direct-to-video format, the series debuted on December 21, 1993. From September 9, 2006 to September 7, 2009, VeggieTales appeared on NBC as part of the qubo Saturday morning children’s programmingblock. On November 3, 2012 the show began running on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) as well as its children’s network Smile of a Child, where it currently continues to air episodes (in a repackaged and edited format).
In 2009, Netflix made many VeggieTales videos (in their uncut, original formats) and feature films available via their video streaming service. On March 14, 2014, Netflixannounced a new VeggieTales television show from DreamWorks Animation Television entitled VeggieTales In The House. Big Idea has also published VeggieTalesbooks and music CDs and branded items such as toys, clothing, and garden seeds for vegetables and flowers.
Source: Wikipedia – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VeggieTales
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