The Wild Thornberrys is an American animated television series that originally aired on Nickelodeon.
The show is about an eccentric family of nature documentary filmmakers known as the Thornberrys, famous for their televised wildlife studies. It primarily centers on the family's younger daughter Eliza, and her secret gift of being able to communicate with animals, which was bestowed upon her after rescuing a warthog that was actually a Shaman.
Why It Rocks
- The idea of a girl who can magically talk to animals is really cool, but totally secret.
- Decent animation.
- Great voice-acting. Lacey Chabert was great as Eliza and Tim Curry was great as Nigel.
- Heartwarming moments.
- It also educates children about nature and animals.
- Darwin and Donnie are really funny.
- It adapted into a theatrical film, The Wild Thornberrys Movie which was decent.
- The episode "Forget Me Not" is really dramatic and emotional as it shows an elephant dying from old age on screen.
- Pretty weird character designs.
- There are some pretty disturbing moments. Like this one.
- Sometimes spreads false information about animals, despite the show being about a documentary maker; for instance, in one episode, Eliza says the Komodo dragon is the world's largest reptile, despite this not being true.