Little Einsteins is an American interactive animated children's television series on Disney Junior. The educational children series was developed for television by Douglas Wood who created the concept and characters, and a subsequent team headed by Emmy Award-winning director Olexa Hewryk and JoJo's Circus co-creator Eric Weiner, and produced by Curious Pictures and The Baby Einstein Company. This series is aimed for children ages two to eight.
Four adventurous kids, Leo, June, Quincy, and Annie blast off in their versatile ship, Rocket, for missions all over the world. Fueled by classical music, well-known works of art and their own creativity, the Little Einsteins travel on unforgettable journeys while learning to appreciate the power of great music.
Why It Rocks
- The groups (Leo, June, Quincy and Annie) are all cute and likable characters.
- The flash animation is wonderful as combined with some CGI animation to create them.
- An awesome rocket ship.
- A clever and mischievous villain by the name of Big Jet.
- It introduces us to many famous composers (Ex. Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, etc) and their famous classical music.
- The team also make up their own creative lyrics for the classical songs.
- It also introduces us to many famous paintings (Ex. Mona Lisa) and many famous painters.
- We also get to see the world with them.
- The team's friends talk in music which is very unique.
- The show seems to be similar to The Backyardigans but by Disney.
- It's very adventurous.
- Perfect theme song.
- The episode The Great Sky Race Rematch proved that Rocket doesn't want to give up. Although he couldn't fly, he could still turn into a submarine, pogo bouncer and a train.
- The pilot episode wasn't that great.
- In The Great Sky Race Rematch, Rocket had instantly reached the Altai Mountains after swimming across the Pacific Ocean, then he bounced to the Sahara Desert, which had lied at the foothills of the Altai Mountains.
- The fact that other humans besides the Little Einsteins or simply characters who can talk with words rather then music are not ever shown can be seen as rather disturbing.
- The main theme song for this show became a meme in 2015 (10 years after the shows released), where users post Vines of themselves dancing to a remix of the theme song.