A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Oggy and his cat pals embark on different adventures where they must rely on their problem solving skills to save the day.
The importance of friendship, teamwork, adventure, and creativity are highlighted throughout each story.
Positive Role Models
Oggy is a positive role model because he exhibits perseverance and creativity in each story.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Oggy Oggy is an animated preschool series about a cat and his adventures. It's a spin-off of the original Oggy and Cockroaches comedy franchise from the 1990s. Viewers join Oggy and his feline friends on their many adventures in his brightly colored cat world. Using humor, imagination, and teamwork Oggy is able to solve the various problems he encounters each day. It's not very educational, but it's goofy fun.
Is It Any Good?
This show delivers silly and fun adventures in a bold and bright way, with upbeat music, but may leave viewers wanting more. Oggy Oggy is not based in academic curriculum and characters communicate non-verbally or in their own language throughout the show. The series is a fun way for kids to be entertained by adventures, but lacks in diversity or clear social emotional learning concepts for young viewers.
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