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Fun-loving 5-year-old Henry Hugglemonster, the middle child in a close-knit monster family, goes on adventures where he learns various life lessons like learning to work in a team and helping others. Joining Henry on his adventures are his parents, Daddo and Momma, and siblings Cobby, Summer and baby Ivor. Each episode features two stories, which usually end with a musical interlude featuring an upbeat, character-driven song. The animated series is based on the "I'm a Happy Hugglewug" series of children's books.

Latest episodes

aired 845 days ago
Henry accidentally blasts his house into space during Cobby's first Huggleween party.
aired 845 days ago
Wind threatens to ruin Roarsville's annual Halloween parade; Denzel becomes scared by a spooky story.
aired 846 days ago
Henry makes tunnels to make it to the first day of school on time; Summer's singing makes monsters happy.
aired 846 days ago
Henry and Summer make a movie about their family; Henry helps on Monster Pizza Day at Roartonio's Cafe.
aired 852 days ago
Henry trains Beckett for the Roarsville Monsterpet Pageant to win a ride on a parade float; Ivor's first monster stomp.
aired 852 days ago
Henry invites the new monster kid on the block to play Huggleball; Henry and his friends create a comic book.
aired 853 days ago
Henry looks for a place to swim for him and his friends; Summer runs away from home after dropping a necklace down the drain.
aired 853 days ago
Henry invites Mr. Growl to dinner; Cobby babysits his siblings when Momma and Daddo go out for the night.
aired 859 days ago
Henry and his friends open a juice stand; Cobby learns to dance for the first-ever Huggledance party.
aired 860 days ago
Henry's playdate with Gertie's monsterpet; Henry and Summer work together to win in a game of Huggleball against her parents.
aired 860 days ago
When Henry offers to help Daddo with the Valentine's Day mail at the post office, it proves harder than he expected.
aired 866 days ago
Henry helps his grandmother train for the Iron Granny competition; Henry and Cobby look for Grando's special coin.
aired 866 days ago
Summer performs with her favorite pop singer; Henry's Hugglefish gets bigger so he returns him to Rainbow Falls.
aired 867 days ago
Henry cheers Summer up; a birthday party for Beckett with monsterpet friends is thrown by Henry and Summer.
aired 867 days ago
Henry plays an outer space game with his little brother Ivor; Henry loses his voice while practicing for a competition.
aired 873 days ago
Henry passes time while waiting for Gertie; Cobby helps Henry to conquer his fear of the Monster Wave Pool.
aired 873 days ago
Henry sees Summer's show, and decides to do his own, but it's not as easy as he thought; Cubby invents bouncing boots. Henry and his friends cause chaos with them.
aired 874 days ago
When Momma shows Henry how to bake, he adds too much yeast and creates a giant dough ball that escapes; Henry's excited when his scout troop build Roaring Racers - cars they'll race through town.
aired 874 days ago
The show can't start until the Huggleflower blooms; Momma says that it's Ivor's bedtime and he has trouble falling asleep.
aired 880 days ago
Henry prepares a magic show for Estelle's birthday; Henry is chosen to be a welcome buddy for a new classmate.
aired 881 days ago
Beckett goes missing with Shakey; Henry teaches Gertie and Denzel to fly like him, but they don't have wings.

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