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Go, Diego, Go!

8 Seasons

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Season 8
Available on Prime
4.6 out of 5 stars (331) IMDb 4/10

Help Diego save animals - AND Christmas and Halloween - in these 9 adventures! Gear up and get ready to fly like a hawk and dive like a dolphin! Save camels in the desert, monkeys in the rainforest, some of the world's fiercest creatures, and more!

Starring:
Rosie Perez, Jake T. Austin

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Season 8
1. Diego Saves Christmas!

Oh, no! Santa's sleigh is stuck under a snow hill! Diego must find Linda the Llama, who is strong and can pull heavy things!

TV-Y CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: December 8, 2006
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2. Freddie the Fruit Bat Saves Halloween!

It's Halloween! Diego, Alicia and Freddie the fruit bat are setting up trick-or-treating booths for all the animals. When suddenly, they hear a cry for help. Diego uses Click to find the animals in trouble. It's llamas!

TV-Y CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: October 27, 2008
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3. Egyptian Camel Adventure

Diego is visiting his friend Medina in Egypt to learn all about camels! But when they realize that the river in Medina's town is drying out, they must find a way to fill it up again for all the camels and other desert animals.

TV-Y CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: September 8, 2005
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4. Koala's Birthday Hug

Diego's in an Australian Forest when suddenly he hears a cry for help! It's a koala who's stuck in the middle of the road, with a truck headed right for him! ¡Diego, al rescate!

TV-Y CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: February 7, 2011
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5. Ocean Animal Rescuer

Diego and Baby Humpback help Bottlenose practice to be an animal rescuer by saving ocean animals from danger. But when a boat spills oil into the ocean, it's Baby Humpback who needs help!

TV-Y CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: April 22, 2010
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6. Cotton-Top Tamarin Cave Rescue

Alicia and Baby Jaguar have been planting trees for the Tamarins, so they can move back to the forest. But when the Bobos accidentally block the cave's entrance, Diego sets out to find another way out of the cave!

TV-Y CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: February 10, 2011
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7. To Babysit a Bobo

While gathering fruit for the spider monkey fiesta, the Bobo Brothers' three baby sisters run off! Help Diego and the Bobos swing to their rescue!

TV-Y CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: February 8, 2011
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8. Pampas Cat and Friends Help the Rescue Center

Lots of animals at the Rescue Center need Diego's help, especially a Pampas cat and her missing kittens! Will you help too?

TV-Y CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: February 9, 2011
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9. Fiercest Animals!

Join Diego as he takes Rosita and Martín into the Adventure Cave to tell them all about the five "fiercest" animals he ever rescued!

TV-Y CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: September 16, 2011
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My little girl (3 years old) will watch this once in a while, but looses interest fairly quickly.
I know there are many kids who enjoy it, but I also think that there are those who like Dora and those who like Diego. My daughter likes Dora much more and if this one doesn't work great for your kid then I would try Dora the Explorer for a similar feel but different show.
I know my daughter is only three and you may think that is too young to be interested in this show anyway, but she does like Dora the Explorer, Wishenpoof, Tumble Leaf, and a few others that are similar in viewer age to Diego.
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I hate this show but my 3 year old loves it. I wish I had not purchased it. While there is some value in some of the content like love of family etc, the rest is just dumb. The video quality is outstanding.
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Our kids love it, probably addict to it.
They learn a lot that we would not be able to teach them, like animals and different other social skills.

The only thing I found that it is quite long, which costs about 1 hr for each episode. Apparently, I would be more appreciate if it be shorter.
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Love, love, love, Diego! My son watches this video EVERY day on the way into daycare. This is by far one of his favorites. He sings along and jumps around to this video (when he's watching it at home). He knows it word for word. This is a keeper.
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My daughter loves Diego. At first I thought he was Dora's brother. I like Diego better than Dora since its subjects are more advance and informative. My 3yrd old talks about underwater volcanoes and such. Very amazing and joyful to watch. Your kid will surely learn something from these series! Highly recommended!
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By Joseline on December 13, 2013
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My daughters love it, they even watch it on the go. I'm a spanish speaker and I do not necessarily agree with the way this show teaches spanglish to children. They do enjoy it, it has educational elements, so I just work with my daughters to correct the spanglish.
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So, I have a love-hate relationship with Diego. This is what it boils down to, more or less:

Loves:
-Diego makes my son (age 3) soooo happy. Hard to loathe anything that makes him smile so big.
-Interactive, which my son also adores. Diego is talking to me! The things I say to do (in correctly conjugated Spanish imperatives, no less) are happening!
-I'm no zoologist, but the animal facts seem correct to me.
-Promotes an attitude of good stewardship of natural resources and other living beings.
-The voices aren't painfully annoying, as in some other shows. They sound like real kids.
-Diego is brown. Most of the other kids are non-white, too. It's a subtle but accurate reflection of what most of the globe looks like.
-My son is picking up some more Spanish-- sort of, more on that below-- which we don't speak all the time because my husband is monolingual.
-The storyline of most shows is actually about animals and conservation. We recently watched a Kratts episode about some evil mastermind fashion designer who was freeze-drying lizards to make jewelery, and used the kidnapped Kratts as model-slaves. Huh?

Hates (annoyances, really. These will probably not matter to you):
-Baby jaguar. Will someone explain to me why he doesn't grow up and eat Diego? Or maul him in the present?
-On that note, dangerous animals are not always treated as such. I'm concerned Diego may not foster appropriate respect for animals and their abilities to cause damage to your flesh. Example: Diego and friends are working with eggs. A krait hatches out of one of the eggs. All is well. Super-venomous, those kraits. Shy and less prone to bite, sure, but still venomous.
-My son loves the theme song, even at 3am. Yours might, too.
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We went to abroad for 3 weeks and wanted my 2 year old to have some fun on a long international flight. I stuffed my iPad and Kindle Fire (due to limited memory in both devices, I had to store some in one and others in another device) with these episodes and she loved them. Not that we let her watch these episodes all the time, we made her play with normal toys also, but still, these were nice items for her to watch and she enjoyed them.
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