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Go, Diego! Go!
Вперед, Диего! Вперед!
TV Series
A young Mexican boy goes on adventures to save animals with his little baby pet jaguar.
Casts
Series cast summary:
Rosie Perez Rosie Perez - Click 64 episodes, 2005-2011
Jake T. Austin Jake T. Austin - Diego 58 episodes, 2005-2009
Keeler Sandhaus Keeler Sandhaus - Rescue Pack / - 45 episodes, 2005-2009
Jose Zelaya Jose Zelaya - Bobo Brothers / - 41 episodes, 2005-2008
Constanza Sperakis Constanza Sperakis - Alicia / - 39 episodes, 2005-2008
Gabriela Aisenberg Gabriela Aisenberg - Alicia / - 27 episodes, 2005-2011

Вперед, Диего! Вперед!

Dora and Diego are cousins.

Laura Abreu is an American actress, & voice actress born 1975 in Kansas City, Missouri. And she was played Linda the Llama. She is a partner of Diego, Baby Jaguar.

MilsoN
MilsoN
While Dora is around 4 years old, she covers the basics of find. Now, as children graduate from the memorizing and finding stage, they can go on to learn all about different animals. My daughter is still dedicated to Dora, but now talks all about the animals she sees on Go, Diego, Go! A step up in learning, definitely worth watching with your child. The songs are more catchy, almost more along the lines of noticeable dance music such as Click The Camera's theme song and Rescue Pack, sometimes I have to resist the urge to dance with my child. While some may dub Go, Diego, Go as a boy-oriented show, one can not forget Diego's sister, Alicia, who also helps out at the animal sanctuary, making the show not only for boys - but also in a sense for siblings.
Kalv
Kalv
"Go, Diego, Go!" was obviously intended to be a show that was better-suited for boys than "Dora the Explorer." My 2-year old son tolerated Dora for about a three-week stint, then abandoned her. (Thank God. That show is insufferable.) But he is a devoted Diego fan, despite the fact that they've only had about eight different episodes to spread out over their first four weeks. He doesn't care.

Unlike Dora, who just stares into space for five minutes while you look for Strawberry Mountain like she's brain-damaged, Diego does smart, intricate things like identify animals by their individual cries and their paw prints. The other good thing is that, by focusing on South American animals, it teaches kids that there's more to nature than just cows, pigs, and chickens. It's a wonderful start to getting kids to realize that there's a bigger world out there.

My final thought? It's one of the few shows on Nick that I can actually sit through, so that's pretty good.
Ka
Ka
I hate to tear down something that tries to be positive, but this show has some serious problems. First of all, everyone has already gone over how unoriginal the show is, how it's just Dora for boys. That is no big deal, though. My issue with this program is the message it sends kids:

Baby wild animals are friendly and adorable and they NEED YOUR HELP.

We live in Alaska, where coming across bears is a very real possibility. All I can picture is Diego finding a baby bear:

DIEGO: Oh, look, a baby bear! He needs our help! BABY JAGUAR: Rowr! DIEGO: Look, here comes Mama Bear. She wants to give us a thank-you hug! You're welcome, Mama BeaaaAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH!

Teach kids respect for nature and love of animals, that's great. But they need to learn that wild animals are wild and should be left alone. After one episode, we never watched this show again and never will.
Quamar
Quamar
My 3 year old daughter never really gravitated to Dora, but they showed a Dora episode introducing Diego and she was hooked. She has learned a lot about other animals than the normal ones they teach in pre-school. She has learned about animals that my wife and I didn't even know existed. Because it is only on 2-3 times during the day, it can be on at the wrong times. Thank god for Tivo. She will watch the same one 2-3 times in a row before I have to convince her to watch another one. The secret is to record from Tivo to a DVD with a recordable DVD player. Saves a lot of money from buying the individual DVDs at $15-20 each. We all know that kids this age cycle through shows about every 2-3 months (except Clifford). That one has stood the test of time.
Yozshugore
Yozshugore
Same old, same old. Dora with a boy instead of a girl. Good show because kids learn about animals, but same plot as the Dora show. Just trying to capitalize on the Dora fame. Instead of Map, there's Click the camera who takes a pic and tells you where the animal is. Instead of backpack, there's rescue-pack, which can transform into things to help Diego out. Instead of Boots, there's Baby jaguar or his sister Alicia. It's not original. There are a lot of similarities between Dora the Explorer, but of course that's where he came from, Dora. The show is good because it teaches you a lot about animals, has catchy songs, and is entertaining, but don't expect more than what Dora is because it's just like Dora with a boy for the lead character. My daughter and I like it, but you can see the resemblance with Dora when you watch it.
SadLendy
SadLendy
My 4 year old daughter and 2 year old son are both HUGE Dora fans. Now, they have to watch Dora and Diego both, and if they happen to miss Diego for the day, I have VERY upset kiddos. Their 7 year old brother also enjoys Diego on his days off of school, or when (thanks to inDemand) I've "rented" Diego for his sibs. We love Rosie Perez as Click(s?) and my 2 year old just loves Baby Jaguar as Diego's constant companion. And I have to agree with the other commenter here, that I find myself occasionally dancing in my seat to the music, and FREQUENTLY find myself singing "Click! Take a pic! Click! Take a pic!" late in the evening much to my annoyance. The songs are annoyingly catchy and get stuck in your head, but they're so cute that you don't mind.
Eseve
Eseve
Wow! This is a really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational show. I said that because I watch this on Nickelodeon and Noggin with my 2½-year-old nephew from time to time. It's hard to say which show on Nickelodeon and the Noggin network is the best. If I had to pick, this would definitely be one of the cutest. Still it's really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational. Before I wrap this up, I'd like to say that the people at Nickelodeon and Noggin really know how to reach a toddler's developing mind. Now, in conclusion, if you have children, nieces, or nephews, I strongly recommend this really cute, fun, entertaining, and educational show. I guarantee you that they will enjoy it.
Bodwyn
Bodwyn
Our four year old daughter, who is bi-lingual (Dutch and Mandarin Chinese), just loves the show. Last July we purchased the Chinese language versions when we were in China and she can't stop watching the DVD's (before she already watched the Dutch versions on local TV).

Not only is she now improving on her Chinese but she is also learning English! (the Dutch and Chinese versions replace the Spanish text parts in the original show with English).

Go Diego Go! is not only good the learn a little bit of another language, it also teaches the kids something interesting about animals! Regularly we also let her search Youtube to watch parts of other language version so she can get acquainted with more than a few languages.

There should be more shows like this that are educational and have no violence in them!
asAS
asAS
My daughter loves both Diego and Dora but she definitely prefers Diego. Although Diego is a spin off of Dora, the show is good and my daughter learned so much about animals. She is 3.5y-o and she knows a lot more than the children of her age. We watch the show in French - teaching English words - and my daughter loves it. With Dora, my daughter is getting a little bit fed up. I think she has seen it all and therefore prefers diego. However, I think both shows are important and involve the kids. I recommend Dora and Diego to all parents and children who do not want their children to be couch potatoes.I think that a show involving children both physically and mentally is a must see TV.
Wyameluna
Wyameluna
Alright, I watched the show today to see what it was like, even though I'm a bit to old, just to compare with the other show that makes me gag - Dora the Explorer. I found that Go, Diego, Go is the same practical thing as Dora. Same irritating voice for both characters, same "can you help me do this", same crummy-sounding songs, same Spanish language (though this isn't a bad thing), and worse of all - same basic plot.

In Dora, you are there trying to get to somewhere by three separate locations on the map (make sure you know the locations, the map reads them off 4 to 5 times), then when you get there, you act like a moron, andthe show is over. On Diego, you are trying to get somewhere (only with a dangerous animal that would probably rather kill you than kindly follow you), then when you get there, you act like a moron and the shows over.

No huge difference in both crap shows to me. And somebody ought to get rid of the person who does that dreadful annoying voice for Diego and Dora.
terostr
terostr
Diego is very different than Dora. He doesn't voyage out to Strawberry Mountain but does good things for the environment. He cleans up landscapes and helps baby animals find where they belong. He wears proper attire and of course, Rescue Pack provides everything else.

He is supposed to be a male Dora, but he does way more than Dora does. He talks about exotic animals that my two year old niece recites perfectly with him.

Diego does deal with dangerous animals, but as he says "He is an animal rescuer" and had to work for his Animal Rescuer Patch, which is easily explained to children.

Diego is fun and light hearted with catchy beats.