Friday, December 16, 2022

The Garden by Butch Hartman - TV Series Review + Giveaway

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Series Name
The Garden

Family-friendly animated cartoon

Release Date
Christmas episode is currently available

“The Garden” is a Christ-centered children’s cartoon series aimed at teaching your kids the Gospel in a way they can understand. It features LENNY THE LION and LUCY THE LAMB—two best friends who work inside a magical garden where ANYTHING can grow! Each story revolves around them having to accomplish their goals by learning a Bible story or an original song. “The Garden” will take your kids right along on these adventures, too!

Purchase “The Greatest Gift” episode of The Garden today and get a free lesson to download along with your purchase!

Fun Facts

• The Garden is created by BUTCH HARTMAN, the creator of the iconic Nickelodeon animated shows: THE FAIRLY ODD-PARENTS, DANNY PHANTOM, TUFF PUPPY, and BUNSEN IS A BEAST! • The main goal of THE GARDEN is to not only entertain but to teach kids the WORD OF GOD! • The character of LENNY is voiced by JAMES ARNOLD TAYLOR, the voice of OBI-WAN KENOBI on ‘THE CLONE WARS’. The character of LUCY is voiced by CRISTINA MILIZIA the voice of Jessica Cruz/Green lantern, Poison Ivy from ‘Batman’ and also voices from “MONSTER HIGH”, “The Cuphead Show” and “The Casagrandes!”. The character of THE BOSS is voiced by BRIAN STIVALE known for multiple video game voices. • 40 episodes are being made • A ‘GARDEN APP’ will soon be available • Currently available on PUREFLIX and YIPPEE TV! • There is an ORIGINAL SONG in EVERY EPISODE!
My Review
Many thanks to Garden Productions for providing a sample of the product for this re- view. Opinions are 100% my own. **This review is for "The Greatest Gift", a Christmas themed episode of The Garden**

The Garden is a new, animated show for children, teaching them all about the Gospel in an easy to understand way. The show features Lenny the Lion and Lucy the Lamb. They live in The Garden, a place where anything can grow. Each episode features an original song, as well as a Bible story based around the theme of the episode. The Greatest Gift is a Christmas themed episode. Lucy and Lenny are preparing for a Christmas concert in The Garden. They're excited to bring joy and Christmas cheer to all of their friends. But one citizen of The Garden isn't happy about this. Old Man Toothacher (a beaver) is sorta like The Grinch. He gets grumpy about Lenny and Lucy putting on a Christmas concert, and they soon learn why he is the way he is. But when Lenny spreads a little too much Christmas joy around, will Old Man Toothacher be the one to save the day? I thought this was a cute episode. The show has a very familiar animation style, and even the voice actors remind me of The Fairly Oddparents and Danny Phantom, which were two of my favorite Nickelodeon cartoons when I was a teenager/in my early twenties. The whole show definitely gives off Butch Hartman vibes, which is fun. It's cute and whimsical, while still being educational and focusing on teaching the word of God. I think this is a show parents will enjoy letting their kids watch, because it's very clean, wholesome, and family-friendly. The animation is bright and colorful, and the characters will appeal to children. And The Greatest Gift can be an episode to watch every holiday season, perhaps even starting a new tradition for families. I would recommend this show to all parents who want their children to have good, clean entertainment while also learning good lessons.


  1. I don't have Pureflix but if I did, it would be a good show for my kids to watch.

  2. I need to check this out on Pureflix.

  3. I am so planning on seeing this show with the kids in the family. This sounds so amazing and I love that it is faith based.
    heather hgtempaddy

  4. Yes, we can't wait to watch this with our kids. We know they will love it!

  5. This looks so cute great characters and good way to get the kids attention. I hope to see it. Thanks for sharing.


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