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Go, Diego, Go! 8 Seasons 2010

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Season 7
Available on Prime
4.7 out of 5 stars (147) IMDb 4.1/10

Diego needs your help in Volume 7 of his animal adventures! Save polar bears in the Arctic, giant pandas and tigers in Asia, beavers and lemurs, manatees and more! And join Diego's International Rescue League in an ultimate island rescue too!

Starring:
Gabriela Aisenberg, Jake T. Austin
Original air date:
September 24, 2010

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Season 7
1. Manatee's Mermaid Rescue!

Diego reads Baby Manatee her favorite story. There was once a Mermaid City on the ocean floor. But one day, the ground started to shake so much that a mountain started to grow under the city -- lifting Mermaid City.

CC TV-Y June 20, 2008 24 minutes
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2. All Aboard the Giant Panda Express!

Diego and Baby Jaguar go to China to help Yang, the Giant Panda Rescuer to bring all the hungry pandas to Bamboo Mountain where they just planted lots of bamboo.

CC TV-Y March 15, 2010 23 minutes
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3. Leaping Lemurs

Diego and Baby Jaguar are returning a group of animals to their home in Madagascar. But one animal, Sara the Sifaka Lemur, hasn't been home in such a long time, that she can't remember how to get there!

CC TV-Y March 17, 2010 23 minutes
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4. Bengal Tiger Makes a Wish

Diego goes to India to help his animal friends after a big rainstorm. He meets a Bengal Tiger who needs your help to get to the Wishing Tree to be reunited with his mommy!

CC TV-Y March 16, 2010 23 minutes
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5. Diego Saves the Beavers

Diego and Billy the beaver are helping the river animals keep their homes safe from an overflowing river. When a giant wave threatens to ruin the Beavers' house, Diego and Billy must race to build a dam to stop it!

CC TV-Y March 18, 2010 23 minutes
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6. Diego Rescues Prince Vicuna

Team up with Diego and Victor Vicuña to search the mountains for missing Prince Vicuña.

CC TV-Y November 5, 2010 23 minutes
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7. The Great Polar Bear Rescue

In this musical adventure, Diego and Baby Jaguar are visiting the Arctic Wildlife Rescue Center where lots of arctic animals live -- including polar bears.

CC TV-Y September 18, 2009 44 minutes
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8. Diego's International Rescue League

Diego assembles an elite team of world rescuers who, together, try to earn their World Rescuer's patch! They head to Rescue Island where they must identify and return 5 eggs to their natural habitats before time runs out!

CC TV-Y September 24, 2010 45 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Kids & Family
Starring Gabriela Aisenberg, Jake T. Austin
Supporting actors Sabrina Jiang, Serena Kerrigan, Rosie Perez, Keeler Sandhaus
Season year 2010
Network Nick Jr.
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

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My son really enjoyed Diego. This was a favorite show in particular between the ages of 3 and 5. He is 5 now, and while he still likes Diego, the show is starting to loose some interest for him as he is more into super heroes and actual animal documentaries. My daughter, who is 3, likes this show. I'm glad because this is better than many other girly options.

Not to be confused by Dora. Diego is Dora's cousin, but he focuses on rescuing animals. The curriculum followed by this show focuses on wild animals. My son enjoyed this show in its entirety before he started enjoying Wild Kratts - which is another excellent show available here on Amazon. Wild Kratts has more episodes with enemies. My son found them scary back when he was younger (but not anymore of course ;-) - So: Diego for little ones, then Wild Kratts for older little ones lol.

The science included in this show is very age appropriate and just be prepared to go to the zoo and have your little one tell you the name of an animal that has you baffled. And to pronounce it correctly lol. Anyway, it happened to me.
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My son and daughter love this show (age 4 and 2). The four-year-old actually yells during the questions, so that's kind of cute. If you're an adult more than two of these in a row will make you want to bash your face repeatedly into the wall to make it all stop, but kids enjoy it well enough. It keeps children entertained without inappropriate behavior and throws in a little education to boot.
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Diego is a fun show, a good way to expose children to Spanish and to demonstrate cooperation, but it is not a good source of accurate information about animals. Baby jaguars do not make good pets or rescue animals. Predators will not decide to bypass their prey because a guy with a backpack is rescuing the prey.

My older kids - normally pretty tolerant of their younger brothers' TV shows - intensely dislike Diego because of the inaccuracies. However, the little ones think Diego is fun and exciting and have their older brothers there to correct untruths/inaccuracies.
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My grandson loves Go Diego Go! This series offers valuable life lessons on his 3 year old level. Learning about animal species which aren't native to North America is educational for us all, too. The intrigue of seeing Diego help animals in peril is very exciting. We look forward to new episodes. Thanks for offering earlier seasons on Amazon Prime.
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By Elisa on March 30, 2014
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My daughter loves this show. She is almost two and has been watching it the past six months or so. I think I have seen every episode 50 times at least! It teaches spanish and that taking care of animals is important. I don't recommend showing it to your toddler unless you are prepared to watch it a million times.
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My 20-month old son watch this over and over again. He like it very much that he cant take his eyes off the screen. He learned how to follow a word. The Diction and sound are captures his attention. Very educational. Mostly it teaches Spanish words, however it taught me some Spanish words also.
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We buy these for our 3 preschool grandchildren!!!
They are colorful, animated, wholesome, and educational
for our computer-smart young ones. We are particular about
what they watch, and we watch it with them so we know they enjoy
this, because they request them.
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This season is really great. Go, Diego, Go! Is educational, it makes learning Spanish seem cool for my 4-year-old daughter, it has catchy songs, it's all about animals, and the friendships are great. It is basically as educational as you can get while still being engaging.
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