The Huggabug Club
|The Huggabug Club|
|Genre||Children's television series|
|Created by||Audrey Landers
|Presented by||Mr. and Mrs. P-Head|
Ilysia J. Pierce
|Theme music composer||Audrey Landers
|Opening theme||The Huggabug Club (performed by the cast)|
|Ending theme||The Huggabug Club (performed by the cast)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||5|
|No. of episodes||48 (until July 30, 2000) (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Ruth Landers|
|Location(s)||New York City|
|Running time||30 minuites per episode|
Mississippi Public Broadcasting
|First shown in||1995-2000|
|Original release||January 1, 1995 – July 30, 2000|
The Huggabug Club is an American educational TV series for children. It aired on PBS Kids.
The series was co-created by veteran actresses and sisters Audrey and Judy Landers, as well as their manager/producer/mother Ruth Landers, who also served as executive producer. The series was also broadcast in South Africa. The Landers sisters co-wrote over 150 original songs for the series.
In addition to Miss Audrey and Miss Judy, the program features full-body puppets who magically appear with the help of a computer: Uncle Huggabug, a cowboy-insect; Miss Oops-A-Daisy, a clumsy flower; and Auntie Bumble, a grandmotherly bee. The cast also includes the "Buggsters", a group of multi-cultural kids who sing and dance.
An advisory board of teachers and a child psychologist helped to guide the series towards "life skills"-teaching themes. The themes were: integrity; initiative; flexibility; perseverance; organization; sense of humor; effort; common sense; problem solving; responsibility; patience; friendship; curiosity; cooperation; and caring.
- Jamie Starr - Ernie
- Alexie Agdeppa - Grace
- Lindsey Landers - Kelly
- Briahnna Odom - Kim
- Jessica Villareal - Maria
- Christie Lee Piazza - Sally
- Landon Prairie - Spencer
- Audrey Landers - Miss Audrey
- Judy Landers - Miss Judy
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