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VeggieTales is an American Christian franchise of children's computer animated home entertainment series (videos, DVDs, and Blu-rays), television shows, feature films, web series, books, games and albums. Sarcastic, limbless, talking fruit and vegetable characters feature in videos that retell Bible stories and parody mainstream pop culture.[1] Each episode presents a life lesson through a biblical worldview, Christian history and concepts. The lessons include dealing with bullies, handling peer pressure, forgiving others, fighting temptation, handling fear, listening to parents, having self-esteem and being compassionate. It was created by Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki, who both perform many of the characters’ voices.[2] it was one of the earliest computer animated franchises, predating both ReBoot and Toy Story.

The series is hosted by Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber. Other main cast members include Junior Asparagus, Archibald Asparagus, Petunia Rhubarb, Mr. Lunt, Mr. Nezzer, Pa Grape, Laura Carrot, Madame Blueberry, the French Peas, and Jimmy and Jerry Gourd. The majority of the shows feature Silly Songs with Larry, "the part of the show where Larry comes out and sings a silly song".[3]

VeggieTales has been nominated for several Emmy Awards, Annie Awards, Movieguide Awards, Golden Reel Awards, Chicago Film Festival Awards, Parents' Choice Awards, World Animation Celebration Awards, and GMA Dove Awards.[2] It is distinguished as the most successful faith-based Christian children's franchise of all time.[4] In 1999 and 2000, near the height of the series' popularity, the videos outsold every other kids property in the world to date, including Pokémon, Scooby-Doo, and Barney the Dinosaur.[5] VeggieTales has also sold over 16 million books, 7 million music CDs, and 235 million music streams.[6]

Originally released in direct-to-video format, Veggietales debuted on December 21, 1993 and released 58 original episodes on video, DVD, and Blu-ray until March 3, 2015. Big Idea Entertainment has released two theatrical feature films, Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie (2002) in association with Lionsgate and The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie (2008) in association with Universal Studios,[7] that both rank in the top ten best box office performing faith based films.[8] From 2002 to 2003, Big Idea created a short running spin-off called Larryboy: The Cartoon Adventures.[9]

For four seasons from September 9, 2006 to September 7, 2009, a series known as VeggieTales on TV! appeared on NBC, Telemundo, and ION TV as part of the Qubo children's programming block.[10] Veggietales on TV! was the most watched Saturday morning program on television from 2006 to 2008.[11] With an average of 430,000 children watching each weekend from 2006 to 2007, the first two seasons of VeggieTales on TV! allowed NBC to see a 16% ratings jump, its biggest in Saturday morning children's programming since 2003.[11] The first and last segments on Veggietales on TV! episodes featured entirely new animated segments that took place at Bob the Tomato's house, while the middle segments showcased shorts from the original video series that related in subject to the newly animated segments. On November 3, 2012, the show began running on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) as well as its children's network Smile, where it currently continues to air the original videos (in a repackaged and edited format).

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