Justin Time is a Canadian animated television series for pre-school aged children, created by Brandon James Scott. The show airs on Disney Junior (both English and French) in Canada, the ... See full summary »
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 Olive (29 episodes, 2011-2016)
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 Justin (13 episodes, 2015-2016)
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Justin Time is a Canadian animated television series for pre-school aged children, created by Brandon James Scott. The show airs on Disney Junior (both English and French) in Canada, the Sprout channel in the United States, Tiny Pop in the United Kingdom, and Kids Talk Talk Plus in South Korea. The show revolves around the adventures of Justin. In every episode, Justin encounters a real-world problem of everyday childhood (such as sharing, teamwork, or paying attention). Then Justin and his shape-shifting sidekick Squidgy solve the problems by tackling them in imaginary adventures through time and around the world. In every adventure, Justin and Squidgy meet their best friend Olive, who always lives in the place and time they are visiting, and who usually needs their help to accomplish a task. Together, the three of them encounter the same problem that Justin faces in the real world, and together they solve the problem before Justin's parents call him back to the real world. In the ...

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Love this show!
15 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

Both my boys I nanny for love this show. We have seen all of the first season at least 3 or 4 times! Can't wait for season 2 to appear on Netflix! Every morning my 3 y.o. asks for this show and we watch a little bit in the morning and a little bit after afternoon nap. It is definitely one way to calm him down and get him to concentrate on one thing. One thing I swore was that I wouldn't let kids watch TV but this show is pretty good. Plus some times you really just need a break. Love all the imaginary play too. And of course we have our favorite episodes. The theme song is nice and not annoying. The show is also not annoying, like many other "learning" shows.


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