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Premiere February 24, 2003 Finale April 4, 2003 Network Discovery Kids Seasons 1 Episodes 30 Animal Jam is a television show produced by the Jim Henson Company in 2003. The show is a wild, music driven, live-action dance show designed to be "interactive," and encourages viewers to get up and dance along with the characters. The show is hosted by Muppet characters Edi and Waffle.
The show premiered on the TLC Network on February 24, 2003, and then moved to the Discovery Kids channel on March 3rd. Thirty episodes were produced, and several have been released on DVD. The show also aired on Australian Broadcasting Corporation in Australia. Format Animal Jam uses real-life kids and puppet characters to teach movement and physical skills. Animal Jam hosts, Edi and Waffle, speak directly to the viewers at home and gets them physical active.
The episodes consist of several physical themes including walking, flexibility, personal space, balance, jumping, marching, and physical expression. Each episodes has original songs followed by real animal footage that inspire dances and recurring games songs that viewers must follow along. Cast Credits Creator: John Derevlany Executive Producer: John Derevlany, Halle Stanford, David Gumpel Co-Executive Producer: Ritamarie Peruggi Producer: Brenda White Co-Producers: Omar Camacho, Megan Hope-Ross Directors: Dean Gordon, David Gumpel, Jimmy Huckaby Writers: John Derevlany, Mark Hoffmeier, Mark Palmer, Bradley Zweig Puppet Coordinator: John E.
Kennedy Production Designer: Mark Garner Character Design: Ed Eyth, Paul Andrejco Project Supervisor & Puppet Costume Designer: Jason Weber Supervising Music Producers: Michael and Patricia Silversher Choreography Supervised: Halle Stanford Production Choreographer: Myles Thoroughgood Theme Song: Peter Lurye Songs: Michael and Patricia Silversher, Dave Bassett, Amy Powers, Mike Himelstein, John Rosenberg Opening Title: Visual Flux Taped at The Disney-MGM Studios, Florida See also External links