VeggieTales in the House is Here!

Are you ready for a family-friendly series on Netflix with positive faith-based messages and short episodes perfect for young children both at home and on the go? Well, the wait is over! VeggieTales in the House debuts TODAY!! Woo hoo!

I had the opportunity to interview VeggieTales Co-Creator Phil Vischer (and voice of Bob the Tomato), and he gave me some insight on the new series, why they are taking this new direction, what we can expect from the new series, and even some insight on how he and Bob the Tomato are alike! I hope to have that feedback available soon!

In the meantime, I’d love to share one of Phil’s favorite episodes to talk about. It is “Bob and the Awesome Frosting Mustache,” in which Bob orders special “mustache frosting” on TV. He is convinced that a mustache is what he needs to boost his self-confidence. But in true VeggieTales fashion, Madame Blueberry helps him see that Bob is perfect just the way God made him.


We got a sneak peek at a couple of the episodes from VeggieTales in the House, and we loved them! Packed in each 11 minute episode was an important message like caring for a pet and how it relates to God trusting us with little things and big things.

Even shared their thoughts on VeggieTales in the House. They called the series “a breath of fresh air in the world of children’s programming.”

We are so excited to watch more episodes, and I, as a parent, am thrilled for a great faith-based series the kids can watch on Netflix. I love the short episodes with the great messages! It’s perfect for holding their attention and for those moments where they just need a little entertainment while not being tied to the screen for long.

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  1. Sarah Oswald says

    This is such a cute video I remember my kids used to watch the Veggie tales cartoons when they were little I think my nephews would love this video and I love that promotes vegetables as the characters too bad I didnt think of this.

  2. Jennifer Heintz says

    Glad the Veggie tales made it to Netflix. When the grandkids are here, I don’t mind watching, but sure am glad they are only 11 minutes long. Than on to something else.

  3. Richard Hicks says

    Kids like to watch veggie tales. Did not know they were on netflix til now!

  4. I didn’t know they were on Netflix! My little granddaughter just loves Veggie Tales, and anything that she loves, I love, too!

  5. My son loves Veggie Tales. That show is one of few shows that I dont mind him watching due to the great moral teachings from the show. I am glad to hear it is on netflix now. Thanks for sharing.

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