Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna!

Let's Go Luna! (stylized as Let's Go LUNa!) is a Canadian-American educational animated children's television series created by animator Joe Murray (who previously created Rocko's Modern Life and Camp Lazlo) and produced by Peter Hannan. It is co-produced by 9 Story Media Group's Brown Bag Films for PBS Kids. Judy Greer provides the voice of the titular Luna. There are 38 half-hour episodes and a half-hour special. Joe Murray has confirmed there will be a second season. Each episode consists of two 11-minute story segments, with a short segment of either Andy, Carmen or Leo telling a folktale, song or poem from that country in between.


Let's Go Luna! set in a world populated by anthropomorphic animals, focuses on three kids—Leo, a wombat from Sydney, Australia, Andy, a frog from the United States and Carmen, a butterfly from Mexico City—who travel around the world with their parents' traveling performance troupe "Circo Fabuloso." Along their stops, Luna the Moon, depicted about tall with arms, legs and a face, and wearing a straw hat and red boots, occasionally comes down to Earth to teach them about local languages, music, food, and other customs. Two half-hour episodes, consisting of two segments each and four in total, take place in a single country where the gang stop at, learn about and meet friends around the world. With a team of cultural anthropologists on board, Let's Go Luna! is "meticulously researched to ensure cities and regions are authentically and respectfully portrayed."