The series aims to promote a creative approach towards typical preschool social-emotional challenges by reinforcing viewers interpersonal skills and coping strategies through lessons taught during each episode. The show also nurtures and reinforces creative and constructive play–an intrinsically motivating, hands-on way for viewers learn. Play is a guiding theme throughout the series given it is a vital component of early childhood–play is the way children practice skills and competencies, try new things and gain knowledge. The play modeled in "The Chica Show" features two aspects critical to creativity: the ability to transfer ways of solving problems between seemingly unrelated situations and the willingness to take risks and learn from failure.

The Chica Show - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2012-11-22

The Chica Show - The Chica Show - Netflix

The Chica Show was an American children's television series based on the puppetry segments of The Sunny Side Up Show on Universal Kids, which features the chicken puppet character Chica in full episodic and animated adventures rather than the traditional continuity of The Sunny Side Up Show. The program premiered on November 24, 2012, with a preview episode airing on October 31, 2012. The program began to air as part of the NBC Kids block on Comcast sister network NBC in February 2013, and is fully compliant with E/I regulations. A second season started on July 29, 2013.

The Chica Show - Characters - Netflix

Kelly (Kelly Vrooman) – The shopkeeper of the Costume Coop, a store that sells lots of different costumes. Chica (squeaks provided by Forrest Harding) – A chicken puppet and Mr. and Mrs. C's daughter. Chica often causes problems in the live-action segments, only for Kelly to teach her a lesson and the lesson to be demonstrated in the cartoon segment. Chica's name is actually Spanish for “girl” or “cute”. Bunji (voiced by John Taylor) – A bunny who likes carrots. Stitches (voiced by Mario Lopez) – A boy who seems to be a rag doll, and is a display in the Coop's window. Mr. C – A rooster who is Chica's father. Mrs. C – A hen who is Chica's mother. She has starred in many plays at the Coop.

The Chica Show - References - Netflix