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Rugrats: The Complete Series



I am a huge Rugrats fan and followed the entire series from Episode 1 back in 1991.  I can’t believe it’s been 30 years since it first aired.  When my son was little we use to sit and watch Rugrats every day together.  He loved the antics of the brave and helpful Tommy Pickles and his nervous best friend Chuckie. I always got a good laugh from Tommy’s cousin Angelica, who was always plotting something with her trusty sidekick Cynthia doll.  Of course we can’t forget Susie, who always had the Rugrats backs and Kimi.  Of course we can’t forget adorable baby Dil Pickles.

We always looked forward to the adventures  Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, and Spike would dream up.  We especially loved when Reptar, Tommy’s stuffed dinosaur, was involved.  My son had a stuffed Reptar that he would sit with while watching the show. 

I was so excited when I was sent the newly released Rugrats, The Complete Series 26 disc set.  It includes all 9 seasons of the Rugrats and even has some extras including All Growed Up and Runaway Reptar, to name a couple.  I’ve been binge watching the series and reliving some great memories while enjoying some good laughs and great story lines.  If you love good cartoons with innocent story lines that are perfect for toddlers and young children, I highly recommend this set for hours of enjoyment.


THE ‘90S BIGGEST BABIES ARE BACK IN THIS
EPIC COLLECTION FEATURING ALL NINE SEASONS

RUGRATS
THE COMPLETE SERIES

Available on DVD May 18, 2021
LOS ANGELES – April 29, 2021 – It’s time to celebrate 30 years of adventures, fun, and laughs with the Rugrats with Rugrats: The Complete Series, arriving on DVD May 18, 2021 from Paramount Home Entertainment and Nickelodeon Home Entertainment.
 
For the first time, fans will be able to enjoy all nine seasons from the Emmy Award-winning show in one giant, 26-disc collection. Rugratsfollows the secret life of babies Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, Kimi, and Dil, plus toddlers Angelica and Susie, as they embark on misguided adventures (in reality and their vivid imaginations) right under the noses of their unsuspecting parents and grandparents.
 
Featuring the voice talents of E. G. Daily (“The Powerpuff Girls”) as Tommy, Tara Strong (“The Fairly Odd Parents”) as Dil, Nancy Cartwright (“The Simpsons”) as Chuckie, Kath Soucie (“Danny Phantom”) as Phil and Lil, Cree Summer (“Robot Chicken”) as Susie, Cheryl Chase (“All Grown Up!”) as Angelica, and more, this collection is perfect for both “growed up” long-time fans and today’s generation of kids to enjoy!
 
Featuring over 67 hours of hilarious hijinks and crazy crawling adventures, including special episodes “Runaway Reptar” and “All Growed Up,” Rugrats: The Complete Series will be available for the suggested retail price of $55.99 U.S. Rugrats was created by Arlene Klasky, Gabor Csupo and Paul Germain.
 
Synopsis:
This must be your ducky day! The whole world is a big adventure waitin’ to be ‘splored with all 9 seasons of Rugrats, the classic Nickelodeon TV show, in a 26-disc complete series collection! Tommy, Chuckie, Angelica, Phil & Lil and Susie find themselves in a slew of adventures — both real and imaginary. Baldly go where no baby’s every gone before as the Rugrats turn the ordinary into the extraordinary every day!
 
Seasons:
  • Season 1
    • 2 discs – Aired 1991 – 1992  
  • Season 2
    • 4 discs –  Aired 1992 – 1993     
  • Season 3
    • 4 discs –  Aired 1993 – 1995 
  • Season 4
    • 2 discs – Aired 1996 – 1998 
  • Season 5
    • 2 discs – Aired 1997 – 1998 
  • Season 6
    • 3 discs – Aired 1998, 1999, 2001
  • Season 7
    • 2 discs – Aired 1999 – 2001 
  • Season 8
    • 3 discs – Aired 2000 – 2001 
  • Season 9
    • 4 discs – Aired 2001 – 2006  
 
Bonus Content:
  • Runaway Reptar
  • All Growed Up
  • Babies in Toyland
  • Tales from the Crib: “Snow White”
  • Tales from the Crib: “Three Jacks & A Beanstalk”
 
Rugrats: The Complete Series Fast Facts:
Street Date: May 18, 2021
Catalog: 59214581000 (US), 59214582000 (CN)
Running Time: 67 hrs 14 min
Special Features Running Time: 4 hrs 40 min
Audio: English 2.0 Dolby Digital
US Rating: Not Rated
CN Rating: G
US M.S.R.P.: $55.99
CN M.S.R.P.: $59.99
 
About Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon, now in its 42nd year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The brand includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, digital, location based experiences, publishing and feature films. For more information or artwork, visit http://www.nickpress.com. Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of ViacomCBS Inc. (Nasdaq: VIACA, VIAC).
 
About Paramount Home Entertainment
Paramount Home Entertainment (PHE) is part of Paramount Pictures Corporation (PPC), a global producer and distributor of filmed entertainment.  PPC is a unit of ViacomCBS (NASDAQ: VIAC; VIACA), a leading content company with prominent and respected film, television and digital entertainment brands.  The PHE division oversees PPC’s home entertainment and transactional digital distribution activities worldwide. The division is responsible for the sales, marketing and distribution of home entertainment content on behalf of Paramount Pictures, Paramount Animation, Paramount Television Studios, Paramount Players, MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and CBS and applicable licensing and servicing of certain DreamWorks Animation titles.  PHE additionally manages global licensing of studio content and transactional distribution across worldwide digital distribution platforms including online, mobile and portable devices and emerging technologies.
 


Comments

  1. Rugrats is the best!!! I was a 90's baby and this was what I watched with my cousins and made memories too! Thank you for sharing your experience with this awesome cartoon series!

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  2. I am OLD so I have never saw this show. But it has to be pretty good for kids to enjoy something that has been around for almost 30 years. I have noticed more and more that old stuff is coming back

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