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Gabby’s Dollhouse Review 2021 Tv Show Series Season Cast Crew Online
Stars: Eduardo Franco, Ansuman Bhagat, Sainty Nelsen
DreamWorks Animation’s Gabby’s Dollhouse, now streaming on Netflix, is a mixed-media preschool series that follows Gabby as she unboxes a surprise before jumping into a fantastical animated world full of adorable cat characters that live inside her dollhouse.
The series emphasizes personal growth, inspiring kids to turn their missteps and mistakes into something creative and beautiful. True to Gabby’s signature phrase “we failed fantastically,” every episode encourages flexible thinking and imaginative problem-solving through resilience and resourcefulness. Through DIY crafting projects, baking recipes, and brain games, every room of Gabby’s Dollhouse is filled with fun activities and magical adventures to keep kids engaged and entertained.
For more fun, young viewers can play, create, and explore on the Gabby’s Dollhouse app, available at the Apple Store or Google Play. Explore a home full of games, surprises, and magic.
- Play through 7 colorful cat-themed rooms: the dreamy bedroom, the bubbly bathroom, the cozy craft room, the sweet kitchen, the colorful playroom, the funky music room and the magic “fairy tale” garden.
- Meet the cutest kitties ever: Pandy, Cakey, MerCat, DJ Catnip, Baby Box, Carlita, Kitty Fairy and Pillow Cat.
- Try, test, and learn: Make as many fun experiments as you like – nothing can go wrong in Gabby’s Dollhouse!
- Be creative: Cook sprinklicious cakes, draw colorful pictures and come up with cool tunes.
Fleshing out the world are a host of memorable cats (and a Panda called Pandy Paws) that have their own quirks and personality traits. Mischievous blue cat CatRat is essentially Meowth from Pokemon. Cakey is a hyperactive cupcake cat, complete with sprinkle tears.
MerCat is a mermaid cat, Babybox is the crafting cat and, of course, Floyd is the real cat who pops up from time to time. Across each episode Gabby visits these characters and enlists their help or goes on a mission to help them. Themes of friendship, love and joy are big mainstays here and help keep everything feeling suitably warm and cuddly.
Each episode also includes a musical number or a crafting gig at the end too, which is a really nice way to break things up. As a minor gripe, some of these do feel a little repetitive, with the aforementioned pirate and hiccup episodes using identical ingredients to make a face but in a slightly different way. This really isn’t that much of a deterrent though and to be honest kids will hardly notice.
Gabby’s Dollhouse has a lot going for it and to be fair, Netflix are usually pretty good with their animated offerings for children. This one throws a lot of different influences into the hat but manages to conjure up a cute, bubbly show that may strike a chord with kids.
It’s definitely worth putting on an episode or two for your preschooler to see if this one sticks. If it does, there’s a lot of episodes to blast through that should keep your little ones busy for a while.