An update of the classic 1980s kids' cartoon finds bumbling bionic Inspector Gadget back on the beat, lured out of retirement to save the day. He's on the trail of the evil Dr. Claw, who has reactivated his global crime syndicate MAD. As always, the gullible gumshoe at first manages to make things worse, leaving a path of destruction in his investigative wake. Ably assisting Gadget is his confident niece, Penny, and her trusty dog, Brain, a master of disguise. Now an agent in training, Penny uses her intelligence, martial arts and high-tech gear to keep her clumsy uncle safe from harm. But it won't be easy -- Penny must ward off the advances of the handsome Talon, Dr. Claw's nephew.
Fun-loving puppy brothers Bingo and Rolly go on adventures throughout their neighborhood and around the world as a way to help quench their thrill-seeking appetites. The pups' motto is life is always more exciting with your best friends by your side. For the pugs, those friends include owner Bob, his cat Hissy and his robot dog A.R.F. Comedian Harland Williams created the animated series -- which seeks to teach lessons about friendship, problem-solving and collaboration -- and provides the voice of Bob.
The speedy blue hedgehog gets a new look in this comedy/adventure series that sees him battling a familiar foe with sidekick Tails and pals Knuckles, Amy and Sticks. The gang tries to ward off the evil plans of Dr. Eggman, who is hellbent on taking over the world. Sonic faces regular battles with Eggman's henchmen, including loyal robots Orbot and Cubot, evil interns, and giant, robotic monsters. "Sonic Boom" marks the first CG-animated series featuring the iconic speedster.
Young, tech-savvy Dot is a true child of the 21st century -- she is well-versed in technology and has a strong curiosity and thirst for knowledge. She uses electronic devices to help her learn, create and explore, but she always makes sure to unplug and enjoy quality time with friends, family and pet dog Scratch. She explores the world and goes on adventures with her buds, including best friend Hal, and pooch to satisfy her curiosity and find out more about what goes on around her. Dot gets her passion for technology from her techie mother, who develops apps, while her father is more old-school with a love for woodworking and would rather enjoy the simple things in life than be tethered to electronics. The animated series is based on a children's book written by technology advocate Randi Zuckerberg, who calls the titular character "relatable" and says she is "that friend we all have who is energetic, adventurous and imaginative."
Young cats Ollie and Moon have an appetite for adventure. While they're best friends, they have different personality types. Moon is the more adventurous of the two, and Ollie tends to err on the side of caution more often than not. When the cheery Moon gets an idea, she often drags Ollie with her on an expedition around the world. Along the way, they teach viewers about the benefits of unlikely friendships and global citizenship. The live-action/animated series is based on a series of books by Emmy-winning artist Diane Kredensor ("Pinky & the Brain").
In this series, young Noddy becomes a detective as he and his friends set out to solve mysteries in Toyland. Whenever something is amiss in the colorful land, Noddy and best friends Bumpy Dog and Revs get on the case to find out what is going on and how they can make things right. Noddy uses his investigation kit and WhoWhatWhere tablet to help the gang solve the mysteries. The CGI series features the character that originally appeared in Enid Blyton's children books beginning in 1949.