The VeggieTales gang returns for a second season of VeggieTales in the City, which debuted September 15 exclusively on Netflix. The Veggies taking off to explore the city in all-new cartoon stories that revolve around Bible-centered values like telling the truth, trusting God, and the value of friendship. Each episode will include a brand-new original song.

“We developed VeggieTales in the City with our current fans in mind and we hope the new series will also excite and endear a new group of VeggieTales enthusiasts,” says Leslie Ferrell, General Manager of Big Idea Entertainment. “We hope everyone joins Bob, Larry, Petunia Rhubarb, Junior, and the rest of the Veggie bunch in their new VeggieTales in the City episodes!”

Watch the trailer for VeggieTales in the City Season 2

Ferrell also told Christian Today: “Very important to our success is that we stay consistent in delivering what parents have come to love and expect from VeggieTales – faith-based stories that help kids learn and apply what the Bible teaches about God, ourselves and how we can live by trusting and loving God.”

Teaching children faith-based lessons through entertaining animation has made VeggieTales one of the most successful children’s brands in the world. Big Idea Inc. was launched in 1993 and since then VeggieTales has sold over 75 million videos, 13 million books and more than seven million CDs. VeggieTales and Big Idea’s property 3-2-1 Penguins enjoyed four seasons as a top-rated series on NBC Saturday mornings. There have also been two successful theatrical releases – 2002’s Jonah-A VeggieTales Movie and 2008’s The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything-A VeggieTales Movie. Big Idea also maintains a wide presence in publishing and licensing.

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VeggieTales is the leading faith-based studio and producer of children's and family programming. The bestselling children's animated cartoon features talking vegetables, led by Larry the Cucumber and Bob the Tomato. VeggieTales is all original content that often pays homage to classic tales and includes appropriate pop-culture references, while sharing moral and Bible based stories and lessons in a way kids can easily understand and parents can enjoy! Since 1993, Big Idea’s best-selling animated series VeggieTales has sold 53+ million videos, 13 million books and more than 7 million CDs. VeggieTales releases all new DVDs each year, fresh compilations, music CDs and mp3s, and branded toys, games, and products.