Lalaloopsy is an American animated children's television series based on the Lalaloopsy dolls from MGA Entertainment. The series first aired on March 29, 2013.
The series' voice production was made and recorded in Calgary, AB, Canada, by Chinook Animation. After the first few episodes were aired on Nickelodeon, it was moved to Nick Jr. The show’s last episode aired on September 14, 2015, but reruns continued to air on the network until October 23, 2016.
A new Lalaloopsy animated series titled We're Lalaloopsy was released on January 10, 2017 on Netflix. The spinoff had a different art style from the previous series, and only included a very small portion of the Lalaloopsy characters.
Lalaloopsy follows a group of colorful rag dolls and their adventures in Lalaloopsy Land.
Why It Rocks
- Cute and colorful animation and character designs.
- Wonderful voice acting.
- Lovable characters, such as Jewel Sparkles, Peanut Big Top, Bea Spells-a-Lot, Pillow Featherbed, Spot Splatter Splash, and others.
- Amazing plots.
- The other characters are adorable.
- Outstanding theme song.
- It sadly ended on September 14, 2015 for unknown reasons.
- The animation can look cheap sometimes.
- Some bad episode like "No Laughing Matter"
The show was originally released in production by MGA Entertainment before Nickelodeon aired the show.