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 Rita (1 episode, 2011)
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 Queen (1 episode, 2011)
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 Bello (1 episode, 2011)


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Jelly Jamm celebrates music, fun and friendship. Join Bello and his friends in their comedic adventures as they learn to live in harmony on the magical Planet Jammbo - origin of music in the universe.


Animation | Musical



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Release Date:

September 2011 (Spain)  »

Box Office


€8,000,000 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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14 December 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

***A few character names. With a mix of jokes for adults and children, that are cleverly inserted, Jelly Jamm is a very good show that's aware of both audiences. What my pet peeve is personally, is when they try to improve children in TV shows (e.g. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,) so I did enjoy a satire episode of this. Apart from the suggestive bits of satire, I genuinely like how the dialogue works and the character's distinct personalities:

We have the King, whose stock personality is 'The Child,' which causes some conflict between him and the MC, which makes for a perfect viewing experience, with the right morals to be taught to children.

Then we have Mina, the 'Brains,' who also can have clashes with the MC because she likes to view things logically, but of course, the MC and other characters do not. This gives for good lessons to friendship in children (example: when the main character is being self-centred, he puts on a show only for his friends, because he realises how selfish he's being) which teaches children that life doesn't revolve around them.

I enjoy watching this show with my cousin, despite only being a teenager the humour gets to me and her, and it teaches her why she shouldn't act a certain way because there are consequences.

Give this show a chance, and it should improve your child's understanding of friendships/relationships. Plus, the adult humour will definitely get to you, so you enjoy it too.

10 out 10.

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