Is your preschooler ready for an underwater adventure? Bubble Guppies, a series from Nickelodeon takes a look at a fictional under-the-sea preschool and it's adorable, aquatic students. The animated show focuses on things preschoolers like, including dinosaurs, music, recycling and more. There are sing-along songs for your preschooler to move and groove to, and within each story, lessons in math, pre-reading, science, the arts and the environment.
There are six guppies -- Gil, Molly, Deema, Nonny, Oona and Goby; their teacher, Mr. Grouper; their pet Bubble Puppy and the Little Fish, the guides in this world.
Although he's got a fish tail, Bubble Puppy is definitely all dog. He loves popping bubbles best, but anytime the Bubble Guppies are up for some fun (especially Gil) Bubble Puppy is front and center, a big part of the action.
If there is a must-watch Bubble Guppy, Deema would be your mermaid! With a larger-than-life personality (and hair to match), Deema always wants to be the center of attention. This means she does lots of funny things to capture the interest of whoever she is with, whether she sings in a funny voice, imagines situations or dances.
Her voice is provided by Angelina Wahler.
Goby's got a big imagination, consequently he's creative and artistic. He loves to dress up and come up with outdoor adventures for his friends to act out.
Goby is voiced by Jelani Imani.
These fish have all the answers. If one of the Guppies asks a question, it is the Little Fish who pipe in with the right response. They follow the group around, serving as a helpful guide to the viewers at home.
The Little Fish are voiced by Skai Jackson.
Molly is the other Bubble Guppies co-host and this mermaid does it all! She's a great singer, and usually takes the lead on all the songs. Very, very smart, she has a lot of friends.
She is voiced by Brianna Gentilella.
Mr. Grouper is the preschool teacher who is beloved by the Bubble Guppies. Super-smart, like any good preschool teacher, he loves his students and is always looking for ways to encourage their intelligence and creativity.
He is voiced by Tino Insana.
Best word to describe Nonny? Worried. A lot more cautious then the other guppies, Nonny would rather talk about what is going on than actually do it. He is very smart and physical activities (like basketball) make him shy.
He is voiced by Eamon Pirruccello.