Nickelodeon Rugrats DVD Season 1 and 2

You can now buy the Nickelodeon Rugrats DVD for both Season 1 and 2! For fans of the iconic Nickelodeon cartoon, this is great news. Both of my children grew up watching Rugrats on television so we have been looking forward to watching a few of our favorite shows again on DVD. I received a product for this post. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

Nickelodeon Rugrats DVD Available for Season 1 and 2 Now

Nickelodeon Rugrats DVD

A baby’s gotta do what a baby’s gotta do in the all-new DVD releases of Rugrats: Season 1 & Rugrats: Season 2. Told from the perspective of a group of adventurous and imaginative toddlers, Rugrats transformed the most mundane activities into unforgettable adventures. Led by fearless leader Tommy Pickles, the gang can turn an ordinary trip to the park into a journey across the Sahara in search of water, a visit to the plant nursery into a jungle trek to find a cure for “jungle beaver,” or a search for cookies into a prehistoric fantasy. Together, there’s no adventure too bag and no problem they can’t solve … or at least nothing that a good nap won’t help.

Rugrats: Season OneRugrats: Season OneRugrats: Season TwoRugrats: Season Two

Rugrats premiered on Nickelodeon in 1991 and is beloved by millennials as one of their favorite childhood TV shows. With heartfelt and adventurous stories, Rugrats: Season 1 and Rugrats: Season 2 are sure to fill the nostalgic hearts of fans who grew up with the snow as well as bring new joy and excitement to a younger generation. Episodes of Rugrats currently air on Nickelodeon’s daily ’90s programming TV block, “The Splat,” from 10pm-6am on TeenNick.

My thoughts

Rugrats: Season 1 contains 25 episodes on two discs. Rugrats Season 2 DVD contains 51 episodes – over 10 hours – on four discs. There are far too many episodes to list individually, but I was thrilled to see a few of my favorites like Beauty Contest, Let Them Eat Cake, and Party Animals.

If you’re a fan of Rugrats, this is a wonderful collection of the first episodes that premiered in the 1990s. Not only will fans of Rugrats enjoy seeing their old favorites, but a new generation of children will fall in love! Do you remember the Rugrats theme song?

Of course, we love the future seasons too because they have our favorite Lillian DeVille in them. If you enjoyed this review, you may want to check out a few of our other Nickelodeon posts.

So, one of my readers will win both of these DVDs to enjoy:

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Studio 1: Timeless VideoVideo Release Date: 2008-03-25Run time: 720 minutesAnimated: Live-action
$31.17

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