I was extremely excited to learn that P. King Duckling – the Disney Jr./Little Airplane show that I worked on – is now available for streaming on Netflix! My only access ever to the show had been via the Disney Jr. app – and then it was whatever episodes they happened to be releasing at a given time. (And mine – which were at the tail end of the first season – took forever to show up.) But! On Netflix, of course, you can stream the entire series over and over and over! And why not?!
I’ve got two episodes – #20 “Hills ‘n Thrills” and #26 “A City Under the Sea” – and I can’t tell you enough about what a phenomenal job Little Airplane and their production partner UYoung did on this series.
If you have toddlers and you’re looking for something that’s essentially Spongebob-Lite, look no further. It’s a terrifically awesome, funny, and actually quite emotional show that focuses on the importance of friendship at any age.
PKD is a great series for sampling – there are tons of excellent episodes – but my favorite is the tether ball episode (#12) where P. King discovers he can’t lose at tether ball. Funny.