After a successful run of VeggieTales in the House, Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber, and all the other Veggies are setting roots in the city. In the re-imagined VeggieTales in the City on Netflix, the Veggies are ready for a new set of adventures. All the while imparting valuable and inspirational lessons along the way.
Season 3 of the Netflix series VeggieTales in the House is scheduled to premiere on March 25. Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber, Jean Claude, Philippe and Madame Blueberry will be around for more wild adventures coupled with valuable life lessons.
To celebrate Valentine’s Day this weekend, DreamWorks wants to help you spread some love this weekend with VeggieTales in the House Valentine’s Day cards.
Click here to download. (Downloads as a PDF)
This Friday, April 17th, brings five new episodes to VeggieTales in the House on Netflix. These new episodes of the Emmy Award-nominate series include more of LarryBoy fighting the nefarious Motato and the first-ever appearance by a colorful creature called a buffalorange.
© 2015 Big Idea Entertainment, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
by Morgan Stafford
Read 2 Corinthians 5:20b – 6:10
As I prepare and review lessons for this season of Lent, I find great wisdom in Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians. Paul aims to encourage and motivate his fellow followers of Christ to deepen their inner faith despite a myriad of outer circumstances which could easily prevent this aspiration. As a youth minister in an urban setting, I witness the challenges which young people must deal with on a daily basis.
Just as Paul must acknowledge the difficulties facing the Corinthians, I must consider the context in which these young people live. How can I teach reconciliation and righteousness without acknowledging stress and suffering? Just as the Corinthians received both “honor and dishonor,” I must equip my youth to live out their faith in a world which may reward this faith in some settings while punishing them in others.
At the end of January, five new episodes of VeggieTales in the House will be released on Netflix. These episodes will bring with them two new VeggieTales characters. Here is an exclusive first look from DreamWorks Animation.
On January 30, five new VeggieTales in the House episodes will come to Netflix. The episodes continue sharing important lessons, affirmations of faith, new songs, and new characters! Including the first meat character, Bacon Bill. Favorites returning include LarryBoy, the famous Veggie hero and his nemesis, Motato. Here is a quick preview.
© 2015 Big Idea Entertainment
On November 26, Netflix will premiere a new Saturday-morning style series of VeggieTales cartoons.
In the original cartoons, Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber would introduce the shorts from the kitchen counter. I never thought about it much, but obviously they lived in a kitchen. VeggieTales in the House lets the veggies explore the rest of the house. It provides a chance for some creative animation. While the animation has gotten an upgrade, and the setting is beyond the kitchen counter, the new show will continue the tradition of storytelling through music and silliness spiritual truths and themes. Continue reading
Just in time for Thanksgiving, the gang from VeggieTales is here to share jokes, scripture, and cooking tips.
The creators of VeggieTales are gearing up for the release of the brand new VeggieTales in the House, which is premiering November 26 only on Netflix. Thanks to a brand-new, toll-free Holiday Hotline, the VeggieTales can be in your house sharing jokes, singing songs, sharing scripture, and even providing recipe tips anywhere you are.
Telling the story of God’s unconditional love
Next week a brand new VeggieTales DVD will be released, “Beauty and the Beet.” In this new show, a Veggie twist of the classic story Beauty and the Beast, Mirabelle (voiced by country music’ Kellie Pickler) and her family band, the Veggie Tones, are on their way to life-changing, career-promoting gig at Vegetable Square Garden. In the midst of a snowstorm, their car breaks down, and they find themselves singing for their supper for the cranky hotel manager Mr. Beet.