Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys coming to life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. August 20, 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single theme is addressed in each episode, e.g. "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christ

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  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys coming to life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. August 20, 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single theme is addressed in each episode, e.g. "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC in partnership with The Magic Store and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys coming to life and their friend gaylord DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. August 20, 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single theme is addressed in each episode, e.g. "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC in partnership with The Magic Store and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American Children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nick Jr. on August 20, 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single theme is addressed in each episode, e.g. "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC in partnership with The Magic Store and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come- to-life and their friend DJ Lance Roc It debuted d on Nick J onr20sAugust , 20.07 a,nd ended on November 12, 2015. topic le is addressed in each episode "Adventue" "Friens", an "Dane", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC in partnership with The Magic Store and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumized toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. August 20, 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single theme is addressed in each episode, e.g. "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC in partnership with The Magic Store and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumized toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nick Jr. on 20 August 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by in partnership with and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumized toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nick Jr. on 20 August 2007. and, ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by in partnership with and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumized toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on 20 August 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by in partnership with and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumized toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on 20 August 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by in partnership with and WildBrain. Unlike the Teletubbies, the characters on the show are well developed and are able to communicate. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by , in partnership with and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 21, 2007, and ended on November 11, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. on August 20, 2015, and ended on November 12, 2007. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, TeenNick and adult swim. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian that is trash and a less good version of Teletubbies live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain. (en)
  • {{Infobox television|| name = Yo Gabba Gabba!| image = Yo Gabba Gabba! logo.svg| genre = MusicalEducational| creator = Christian Jacobs Scott Schultz| developer = Kay Wilson Stallings | director = * Christian Jacobs * Scott Schultz * Jason deVilliers * Matt Fackrell * Matt Chapman | presenter = Lance Robertson | voices = * Adam Deibert * Christian Jacobs * Amos "Mossi" Watene * Erin Pearce * Emma Penrose | opentheme = Theme From Gabbaland| endtheme = Bye Bye Time| country = United StatesCanada| language = English| num_seasons = 4| num_episodes = 66| list_episodes = List of Yo Gabba Gabba! episodes| executive_producer = Michael Polis Jon Berrett| producer = Justin LyonRitamarie Peruggi| runtime = 25 minutes| camera = Multi-camera, 60 FPS| company = {{Plainlist | * WildBrain Entertainment * [[The Magic Store Productions (Yo Gabba Gabba!) | Christian Jacobs }}| distributor = DHX Media| network = Nickelodeon (2007-11)Nick Jr. (2011-15)Noggin (2007-2009)| picture_format = 4:3 SDTV (480i) (Seasons 1-2), HDTV (1080i) (Seasons 3-4)| first_aired = August 20, 2007| last_aired = November 12, 2015| website = }} Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by [[GabbaCaDabra, LLC.], in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain Entertainment. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by , in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain Entertainment. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is a live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is a show written by Nicolive-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! was a live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is a live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain Entertainment. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain Entertainment. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain Entertainment.pissa (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode (such as "Adventure", "Friends", or "Dance") through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Trademarks relating to Yo Gabba Gabba! and its characters are held by GabbaCaDabra, LLC., in partnership with The Magic Store, Nickelodeon and WildBrain Entertainment. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode (such as "Adventure", "Friends", or "Dance") through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Yo Gabba Gabba & all related titles, logos, & characters are trademarks of GabbaCaDabra (as seen in the credits alongside the copyright notice that GabbaCaDabra is the copyright holder’. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. Its first episode premiered on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, as a part of its Nick Jr. Block. The aforementioned premiere of Season 1 Episode 1 was simulcast on Noggin. The series finale originally aired on on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode (such as "Adventure", "Friends", or "Dance") through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Yo Gabba Gabba & all related titles, logos, & characters are trademarks of GabbaCaDabra (as seen in the credits alongside the copyright notice that GabbaCaDabra is the copyright holder. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. Its first episode premiered on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, as a part of its Nick Jr. Block. The aforementioned premiere was simulcast on Noggin. The series finale originally aired on on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode (such as "Adventure", "Friends", or "Dance") through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Yo Gabba Gabba & all related titles, logos, & characters are trademarks of GabbaCaDabra, who is also the show’s copyright holder (as seen in the credits of each episode). (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. Its first episode premiered on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, as a part of its Nick Jr. Block. The aforementioned premiere was simulcast on Noggin. The series finale originally aired on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode (such as "Adventure", "Friends", or "Dance") through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz, the show's learning process has parents, older siblings, and younger children watch the show together rather than letting it act as a babysitter. The television program has spawned a touring live stage show, several toys, and branded clothing. Yo Gabba Gabba & all related titles, logos, & characters are trademarks of GabbaCaDabra, who is also the show’s copyright holder (as seen in the credits of each episode). (en)
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  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys coming to life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. August 20, 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single theme is addressed in each episode, e.g. "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christ (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys coming to life and their friend gaylord DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. August 20, 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single theme is addressed in each episode, e.g. "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created b (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American Children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nick Jr. on August 20, 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single theme is addressed in each episode, e.g. "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead singer of the Aquabats) and Scott Schultz (en)
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  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumized toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. August 20, 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single theme is addressed in each episode, e.g. "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christ (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumized toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nick Jr. on 20 August 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (l (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumized toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nick Jr. on 20 August 2007. and, ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumized toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on 20 August 2007 and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure", "Friends", and "Dance", through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 21, 2007, and ended on November 11, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs (lead si (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. on August 20, 2015, and ended on November 12, 2007. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian that is trash and a less good version of Teletubbies live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstu (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. The series premiered on Nick Jr. on August 20, 2007, and ended on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christian Jacobs ( (en)
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  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American-Canadian live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is a live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Christ (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is a show written by Nicolive-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television show (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! was a live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created by Chris (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode, "Adventure," "Friends," and "Dance," through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. Created (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. It debuted on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, and originally aired its series finale on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode (such as "Adventure", "Friends", or "Dance") through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for drawing visual inspiration from 8-bit video games and H.R. Pufnstuf, among other television shows. (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. Its first episode premiered on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, as a part of its Nick Jr. Block. The aforementioned premiere of Season 1 Episode 1 was simulcast on Noggin. The series finale originally aired on on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode (such as "Adventure", "Friends", or "Dance") through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. Its first episode premiered on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, as a part of its Nick Jr. Block. The aforementioned premiere was simulcast on Noggin. The series finale originally aired on on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode (such as "Adventure", "Friends", or "Dance") through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and f (en)
  • Yo Gabba Gabba! is an American live-action/puppet educational, musical children's television series starring five costumed toys come-to-life and their friend DJ Lance Rock. Its first episode premiered on Nickelodeon on August 20, 2007, as a part of its Nick Jr. Block. The aforementioned premiere was simulcast on Noggin. The series finale originally aired on November 12, 2015. A single topic is addressed in each episode (such as "Adventure", "Friends", or "Dance") through songs and short storylines in the half-hour program. Additionally, the show teaches children life and social skills, such as sharing and trying different foods. It also encourages viewers to move along with and dance with the characters in the program. The show is noted for its indie-culture guest stars and bands, and for (en)
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