I received a copy of Noonbory & the Super 7 from NCircle Entertainment prior to its release and offered my feedback. I was happy to see that it made it into production and is on the CBS Saturday morning block.
If you haven't seen it, the show takes place in the world of Toobalooba where Noonbory and his team of super-hero problem solvers save the day. Each superhero uses their super sense, such as: sight, sound, taste, touch and smell.
The story lines are cute and my 4 year old is really into the show. I like the messages of sharing, patience, teamwork and helping. I'm glad this show catches Max's attention because I need alternatives to that stupid sponge guy that clearly does not administer social messages, ahem. He's figured out the remote - so I'll set the TV on something I deem acceptable, leave the room and come back to THAT.
Noonsbory, thumbs up from the preschool crowd. My too-big-for-her-britches 2nd grader thinks the characters are cute, but would rather die than admit to her friends that she eagerly watches along with her brother. She's too cool. Take it with a grain of salt because Dora is falling into that category for her, too.
Another note: my husband is currently driving his sister's SUV. It has a DVD player and the kids have been bringing movies with them on longer trips. Max has been bringing Noonbory with him...even above Scooby Doo. My regular readers know that he looooooves his Scooby Doo. Enough said.
The review copy that NCircle Entertainment sent me is the first DVD release of the Noonbory series. It includes 4 episodes and a bonus track. For what it's worth, I'd pay the $6.99 for it...if I didn't already receive it for free.
If you would like a copy, check it out: Noonbory & the Super 7: They're Sense-ational!
Disclaimer: I did receive a free review copy, however, I do not receive a kick back if you purchase the DVD.