The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. It centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock, and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography.

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  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. It centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock, and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot produced in 1998 titled Me and My Friends. The pilot featured life-sized puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon's studio in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production as a co-production between Nickelodeon and Nelvana. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
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  • The Backyardigans is a street gang involved on a drug war with the US army in Northern Mexico and Southern California. They have been charged woth the murder of 3 civilians. Their leader Pablo El Pinguino Escobar escaped jail on November 7th 2018. The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. It centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock, and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot produced in 1998 titled Me and My Friends. The pilot featured life-sized puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon's studio in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production as a co-production between Nickelodeon and Nelvana. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a street gang involved on a drug war with the US army in Northern Mexico and Southern California. They have been charged with the murder of 3 civilians. Their leader Pablo El Pinguino Escobar escaped jail on November 7th 2018. The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. It centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock, and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot produced in 1998 titled Me and My Friends. The pilot featured life-sized puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon's studio in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production as a co-production between Nickelodeon and Nelvana. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. It centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock, and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot produced in 1998 titled Me and My Friends. The pilot featured life-sized puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon's studio in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production as a co-production between Nickelodeon and Nelvana. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2025. (en)
  • Sos gracioso o te la metio un payaso The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. It centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock, and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot produced in 1998 titled Me and My Friends. The pilot featured life-sized puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon's studio in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production as a co-production between Nickelodeon and Nelvana. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
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  • The Backyardigans is a Canadian-American computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. It centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock, and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot produced in 1998 titled Me and My Friends. The pilot featured life-sized puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon's studio in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production as a co-production between Nickelodeon and Nelvana. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock. It features at least four songs written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot produced in 1998 titled Me and My Friends. The pilot featured life-sized puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon's studio in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production as a co-production between Nickelodeon and Nelvana. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock. It features at least four songs written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock. It features at least four songs written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock. It features at least four songs written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on November 8, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on November 8, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock. It features at least four songs written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The 5 Characters are Pablo, Tyrone, Uniqua, Tasha and Austin. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a 2004-2010 Canadian-American computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. There are 5 characters. Pablo, Tyrone, Uniqua, Tasha, and Austin. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 148 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 17 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in EU on September 31, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Hey nos gusta kchar, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 3770 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • {{Infobox television| name = Los kacheros| alt_name = Backydrogados| image = The Backyardigans title card.png| genre = Adventure[AMOR DE MUTANTES]Musical| runtime = 21–23 minutes| creator = [[ROSA MELANO| executive_producer = Robert ScupemeJonny BeltKay Wilson Stallings| voices = LaShawn Tináh JefferiesJake GoldbergChristopher Grant, Jr.Gianna BruzzeseJonah Bobo| composer = Evan Lurie | country = United StatesCanada| language = Chino/ Taka taka| company = Nelvana| distributor = Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products (United States)Nelvana International (Internationally)| director = Bill Giggie (season 1)Mike Shiell (seasons 1–2)Dave Palmer (seasons 3–4)| network = Nickelodeon (US) Treehouse TV (Canada)| num_seasons = 4| num_episodes = 80| list_episodes = List of The Backyardigans episodes| first_aired = October 11, 2004 | last_aired = July 12, 2013}} los mutantes is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • :) EL SHERMAN ES UNA PICHULAAAAAAA BY NNXX :) The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. Cuenta con un personaje llamado Sherman Sherman: Es pene de color amarillo efecto que aparece aveces a dar el show con la intención de meterse en el culo de alguno de los Backyardigans para venirse dentro de ellos y así satisfacer sus necesidades, el siempre está excitado y siente una rara atracción por Pablo (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by Sebastian Piñera (dictador de Chile). The songs are performed by the characters of BTS with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2020, after COVID-19 pandemic, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Playboy Digital in Lima, Perú, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 8000 episodes were produced across twenty one seasons, each containing a lot of episodes. The series first previewed on in Perú on September 11, 2001, after the twins towers incident, followed by its official debut on Bolivian Television block on October 11, 2012, after WWE Royal Rumble. The fourth season wrapped production in 1998 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2020. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a Mexican computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends AND LA ICÓNICA PICHULA TRISTE/FELIZ/VAQUERA/ENTRE OTROS who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • Los Backyardigans Es un grupo de cuatro weyes un tanto raros los hijos de su puta madre porque la neta se pasan de madres. Están en su pinche jardín y de momento se aparecen en otros pinches lados bien raros, pueden estar en el desierto o visitando a Óscar. A veces se dejan ver con los ojos algo rojos pero es porque chillan juntos escuchando a su banda favorita "Los chicos que lloran". Una vez Uniqua se besó a la Tasha but is sicret, oky? Es todo (en)
  • PICHULA TRISTE The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at . The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography, lesbic lap dance and face sitting. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters ith original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans was a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by peppa pig. The series was written and recorded at . The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • Los Backyardigans Son una banda de asesinos, Austin, Pablo, Tyrone Asesinaron a Tasha, Uniqua quienes formaron parte de la banda, su asesinato fue alrededor del año 1975, cuando Tasha y Uniqua intentaron traicionar a la banda robando 100.000$ en efectivo, pablo le disparo en la cabeza a tasha, mientras que Austin y Tyrone abusaban de Tasha torturándola, y asesinándola, ahora mismo estos criminales están sueltos por las calles, su ultimo asesinato fue en la ciudad perdida de Delta Amacuro, desde ese día no se sabe mas de ellos The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • Los Backyardigans Son una banda de asesinos, Austin, Pablo, Tyrone, Uniqua y Tasha, un dia Asesinaron a Tasha, Uniqua quienes formaron parte de la banda, su asesinato fue alrededor del año 1975, cuando Tasha y Uniqua intentaron traicionar a la banda robando 100.000$ en efectivo, pablo le disparo en la cabeza a tasha, mientras que Austin y Tyrone abusaban de Uniqua torturándola, y asesinándola, ahora mismo estos criminales están sueltos por las calles, su ultimo asesinato fue en la ciudad perdida de Delta Amacuro, desde ese día no se sabe mas de ellos The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is literally the greatest children's show of all time! Literally nothing else in this article can sum up how great it it. It is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is an American-Canadian computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. In 2020, Nickelodeon announced a new feature film. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a pop group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters including Evan Lurie, Douglas Wieselman, McPaul Smith and many even more. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The series was based upon a live-action pilot titled Me and My Friends, which was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios Florida in 1998. The pilot featured life-sized mascot costumes and puppets who danced to songs on an indoor stage. In 2001, Nickelodeon Digital in New York retooled the concept into an animated pilot, using motion capture techniques to animate the dances. The newer pilot was greenlit, and the series entered production. Animation for the first season started at Nickelodeon Digital in New York, but as a cost-cutting measure, animation services were eventually relocated to Nelvana, Pipeline Studios, and Guru Studio. Nickelodeon called the show "a home-grown Nick Jr. property," as "the whole creative team... [had] been part of the Nick Jr. family for years." A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
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  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. It centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock, and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. (en)
  • was an amazing show but was always a little confused on what races they were? The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. It centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock, and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a street gang involved on a drug war with the US army in Northern Mexico and Southern California. They have been charged woth the murder of 3 civilians. Their leader Pablo El Pinguino Escobar escaped jail on November 7th 2018. A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a street gang involved on a drug war with the US army in Northern Mexico and Southern California. They have been charged with the murder of 3 civilians. Their leader Pablo El Pinguino Escobar escaped jail on November 7th 2018. A total of 80 episodes were produced across four seasons, each containing 20 episodes. The series first previewed on Treehouse TV in Canada on September 11, 2004, followed by its official debut on Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block on October 11, 2004. The fourth season wrapped production in 2010 and finished airing on Nick Jr. on July 12, 2013. (en)
  • Sos gracioso o te la metio un payaso The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. It centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock, and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. (en)
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  • The Backyardigans is a Canadian-American computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. It centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock, and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio, with animation provided by Nelvana. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock. It features at least four songs written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock. It features at least four songs written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre like reggae, country, or rock. It features at least four songs written by various songwriters and performed by the characters with original dance choreography. The 5 Characters are Pablo, Tyrone, Uniqua, Tasha and Austin. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a 2004-2010 Canadian-American computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. There are 5 characters. Pablo, Tyrone, Uniqua, Tasha, and Austin. (en)
  • {{Infobox television| name = Los kacheros| alt_name = Backydrogados| image = The Backyardigans title card.png| genre = Adventure[AMOR DE MUTANTES]Musical| runtime = 21–23 minutes| creator = [[ROSA MELANO| executive_producer = Robert ScupemeJonny BeltKay Wilson Stallings| voices = LaShawn Tináh JefferiesJake GoldbergChristopher Grant, Jr.Gianna BruzzeseJonah Bobo| composer = Evan Lurie | country = United StatesCanada| language = Chino/ Taka taka| company = Nelvana| distributor = Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products (United States)Nelvana International (Internationally)| director = Bill Giggie (season 1)Mike Shiell (seasons 1–2)Dave Palmer (seasons 3–4)| network = Nickelodeon (US) Treehouse TV (Canada)| num_seasons = 4| num_episodes = 80| list_episodes = List of The Backyardigans episode (en)
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  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. Cuenta con un personaje llamado Sherman (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by Sebastian Piñera (dictador de Chile). The songs are performed by the characters of BTS with original dance choreography. (en)
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  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters ith original dance choreography. (en)
  • The Backyardigans was a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. (en)
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  • Los Backyardigans Son una banda de asesinos, Austin, Pablo, Tyrone Asesinaron a Tasha, Uniqua quienes formaron parte de la banda, su asesinato fue alrededor del año 1975, cuando Tasha y Uniqua intentaron traicionar a la banda robando 100.000$ en efectivo, pablo le disparo en la cabeza a tasha, mientras que Austin y Tyrone abusaban de Tasha torturándola, y asesinándola, ahora mismo estos criminales están sueltos por las calles, su ultimo asesinato fue en la ciudad perdida de Delta Amacuro, desde ese día no se sabe mas de ellos (en)
  • Los Backyardigans Son una banda de asesinos, Austin, Pablo, Tyrone, Uniqua y Tasha, un dia Asesinaron a Tasha, Uniqua quienes formaron parte de la banda, su asesinato fue alrededor del año 1975, cuando Tasha y Uniqua intentaron traicionar a la banda robando 100.000$ en efectivo, pablo le disparo en la cabeza a tasha, mientras que Austin y Tyrone abusaban de Uniqua torturándola, y asesinándola, ahora mismo estos criminales están sueltos por las calles, su ultimo asesinato fue en la ciudad perdida de Delta Amacuro, desde ese día no se sabe mas de ellos (en)
  • The Backyardigans is literally the greatest children's show of all time! Literally nothing else in this article can sum up how great it it. It is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is an American-Canadian computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, composed by music director Evan Lurie with lyrics by McPaul Smith. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. In 2020, Nickelodeon announced a new feature film. (en)
  • The Backyardigans is a computer-animated musical children's TV series created by Janice Burgess. The series was written and recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studio. The show centers on a pop group of five anthropomorphic best friends who use their imaginations to embark on fantastic adventures in their shared backyard. Each episode is set to a different musical genre and features at least four songs, written by various songwriters including Evan Lurie, Douglas Wieselman, McPaul Smith and many even more. The songs are performed by the characters with original dance choreography. (en)
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