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TV Series Review

Seven-year-old Abby Hatcher’s best friend is a Fuzzly. What are Fuzzlies, you might ask? Well, they’re only the fuzziest, snuggliest, friendliest little creatures in the whole wide world.

Brightly colored, varied and all about having fun, Fuzzlies live and work in Abby’s family’s hotel. There’s Bozzly, Abby’s rabbit-like Fuzzly (and BFF). Princess Flug, a pink, slug-like Fuzzly. Teeny Terry, a catlike Fuzzly. Otis, a fruitlike Fuzzly. Harriet Bouffant, a doll-like Fuzzly with a knack for hair styling. The Squeaky Peepers, an octet of multi-colored, singing Fuzzlies and many more.

In addition to the show's many Fuzzlies, young viewers will also meet Abby’s gardening mom, Miranda Hatcher; her fix-it dad, Lex Hatcher; and optimistic Chef Jeff.

Abby (who's got lots of high-tech gadgets) and Bozzly work together to help fellow Fuzzlies mend their mistakes, love their friends and have fun along the way.

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Nickelodeon's animated import from Canada aims at a preschool audience. It premiered on the Nick Jr. app in December of 2018, making its way to Nickelodeon's cable channel in January, 2019.

Still in its first season, Abby Hatcher aims to give preschoolers problem-solving skills while teaching them about empathy, kindness and acceptance. And while parents may wince a bit at some of the Fuzzlies' poor grammar skills, that off-putting verbiage is easily overshadowed by Abby’s tender heart.

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May 22, 2019: "Princess Flug’s Pet Slug/Fuzzly Photo Day"



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Macy Drouin as Abby Hatcher; Wyatt White as Bozzly; Julia Frost as Miranda Hatcher; Kate Miller as The Squeaky Peepers; Jaco Soley as Teeny Terry; Laaibah Alvi as Mo; Leo Orgil as Bo; Sophie Cullingan as Curly; Christian Dal Dosso as Otis; Holly Gorski as Cousin Flugtilda; Michela Luci as Princess Flug; Kim Roberts as Mrs. Melvin; Christian Campbell as Melvin; Catherine Disher as Judge Thorne; Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as Cheff Jeff




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