Xuxa (TV series)

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Genre Children
Written by Thomas W. Lynch
Directed by Gary Halvorson
Starring Xuxa
E. E. Bell
Mark Caso
Natasha Pearce
Jeff Dunham
Opening theme Xuxa's Theme (O Xou da Xuxa Começou) - Xuxa
Ending theme Xuxa's Theme (Instrumental)
Composer(s) Dido Oliveira, version: Eric Thorngren and David Wolff
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 65
Executive producer(s) Thomas W. Lynch
Marlene Mattos
Producer(s) Xuxa
John D. Lynch
Location(s) CBS Television City
Hollywood, California
Production company(s) Lynch Productions
MTM Enterprises
Distributor MTM Enterprises (1993-1997)
20th Television (1997-present)
Original channel Syndicated
Audio format Stereo
Original run September 13, 1993 – December 10, 1993

Xuxa was the name of the Brazilian entertainer's weekday self-titled children's television series that ran in syndication in the United States during the 1993-1994 season and was distributed by MTM Enterprises. Today 20th Television owns the rights to all 65 episodes. In 1994, the series enjoyed a two-year run on The Family Channel until 1996. The series was based on her similar popular children's series that was televised in Brazil and Latin America.

The series was initially broadcast by 124 stations across the country. The shows were produced at Studio 36 of CBS Television City in Los Angeles. 65 episodes were taped for its only season of the show. Taping of the episodes was done in a 5-week period in the summer of 1993.

Helping Xuxa on the show were the Pixies (three U.S. "Paquitas" plus one Brazilian Paquita), the Mellizas (uncredited), Jelly, Jam, and ten "child wranglers" for the 150 kids on set. The series also featured E. E. Bell as Jelly the Panda, Mark Caso as Jam the Jaguar, Natasha Pearce as Paquita, and Jeff Dunham.


The series was an English-language version of her popular Brazilian show and was an attempt to adapt it for American viewers, featuring games, stories, songs and celebrity guests (like Exposé). However the series attracted complaints from parents due to her outfits and her controversial practice of putting on bright red lipstick and kissing the cheeks of prepubescent males at the end of each show.[citation needed]

In addition to being seen in the US, the show also aired in many countries throughout the world, among them Japan, Israel, Russia, Singapore and some Arab countries.


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  • Magician Ed Alonzo
  • More Magician Ed Alonzo
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  • Universal Studio Animals
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  • Another Ronn Lucas
  • The Butterfly Man
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  • Orangutan
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks
  • The Harlem Globetrotters
  • Olga the Gymnast
  • Trampoline
  • Kim Zmescal
  • Circus
  • Marsupial
  • Rebel Ropers
  • David Larible
  • Jugglers
  • Waylon Jennings
  • Jeff Dunham
  • Robert Nelson
  • Amos Levkovitch
  • Michael Feinstein
  • Cheech Marín


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Xuxa's Songs[edit]

Xuxa recorded 21 songs for you english's show. Xuxa sings all the songs in much times on her episodes. Eric Thorngren and David Wolff wrote the songs. A CD has created to be realised, but Xuxa stayed with back pain, impossibilited to launch the CD, but the songs was launched on her dolls, by Rose & Art. See down all the songs of Xuxa:

  • Xuxa's Theme (Opening's Theme)
  • Chindolele
  • Ilarie (this song is the Xuxa's more famous song)
  • Our Song of Peace
  • Crazy About You
  • Xuxa's Dance
  • An X On Your Heart
  • Talk To Me (only inedit song of Xuxa in english)
  • Xuxa's Recipe
  • Do Say
  • Rainbow
  • Xuxa's Alphabet
  • Miracle of Life
  • All America (Xuxa only sung this song one time)
  • Crystal Moon (this song Xuxa never sung)
  • Froggy Froggy
  • Today's A Happy Day
  • The Tribe of Love
  • Life Is A Party
  • The Flea
  • Alert (Say No To Drugs)

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