JIM HENSON’S “DOOZERS,” CONTINUE TO “DO, DO, DO IT” ON HULU WITH ALL NEW EPISODES STREAMING MAY 25TH
Hulu’s Original Kids Series Returns for a Second Season with New Episodes Featuring Problem-solving Methods and Encouraging Team Work and Creativity
They’re green, they’re cute and they’re awesome – they’re the DOOZERS! Hulu’s first Original Series for kids will be back for Season 2 with all new original episodes starting May 25th, from The Jim Henson Company (Dot, Splash and Bubbles, Word Party, Dinosaur Train).
DOOZERS is an animated preschool series for kids featuring four best friends who live in Doozer Creek, a wonderful blending a the fantastical, modern and eco-friendly community. Dubbed “the Pod Squad,” Spike, Molly Bolt, Flex and Daisy Wheel bounce from one fabulous kid adventure to the next. Like a scout troop, the Pod Squad engages in exciting projects and has a blast playing together. The series celebrates the spirit of being an innovator and inspires all kids to have an “I can do it” attitude. DOOZERS features a ground-breaking design thinking curriculum, which is part of an overall STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math) initiative. These DOOZERS are DOERS and put their ideas into action!
We loved season one and can’t wait to check out the newest season. As an educator I love the educational aspect of the show and the kids love the adorable Doozers! To celebrate the release of the second season of Doozers we are giving away a subscription to Hulu (including Showtime)! Simply enter below!
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