Picking up where the 2015 film left off, this coming-of-age buddy comedy follows fearless Tip and overenthusiastic Oh, as they navigate the crazily combined human and alien culture they live in, finding adventure everywhere they go.
Eep, Grug, Thunk, Ugga, Sandy and Gran are back. Follow them as they meet new friends, outrun new creatures and encounter "firsts" the world has never seen - such as school, slumber parties, hiccups and elections.
As the new prodigy at San Fransokyo Institute of Technology, Hiro now faces daunting academic challenges and the social trials of being the little man on campus. Off campus, the stakes are ... See full summary »
After Turbo the Snail's improbable win at the Indianapolis 500, the superfast racer finds his life forever changed after he returns from his victory tour. Namely, Tito, his human companion, has built Starlite City, a massive miniature city with an elaborate adjoining race track for Turbo and his fellow snails to live and race in. However, Turbo finds his new life no less hectic as he and his friends face new rivals of all varieties eager to take the champion on. Regardless of the danger, Turbo and his colleagues of the Fast Action Stunt Team are ready for the challenge.Written by
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Turbo fast is an amazing series based off the not-so amazing movie. My congratulations to Netflix for taking a dull movie with cardboard characters and making it into a clever cartoon series with very individual characters. Every snail in the F.A.S.T crew (as well as the villains) have distinct and unique characteristics. One of my favorite aspects of this show is that it goes beyond just snails and incorporates insects, birds, reptiles, and all sorts of other animals into the mix (again all with their own personalities). Although this may sound childish, I think there is nothing I hate about this show and I love it very much.
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