Watch Bo on the Go!
- 3 Seasons
Jeff Rosen's "Bo on the Go!" is a 2007 Canadian children's computer animated television show which is broadcast on Canada's CBC Television as well as the United States' Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. channels. The titular Bo is an energetic young girl dressed in blue, red, and purple, who is fond of her catchphrase "Maximum Bo Power" and lives in a castle along with Dezadore, or "Dezzy," a dragon younger than Bo, and a bespectacled, gold tracksuit-wearing wizard, simply named Wizard who occasionally teleports to Bo's aid to give her advice on solving a quest. Bo's exploits within the show's 26 episodes are geared toward getting its child audience active, with her various quests within the show having her call out to them to perform some activity, referred to within the show as "animoves" due to their inspiration from animal movement, with herself and usually Dezzy. One example of this "animovement" is when Bo and Dezzy are blocked from passing due to a group of hula-dancing hippos and become inspired by worms, encouraging the viewers to wiggle back and forth, and slip through the hippo barricade. "Bo on the Go!" is produced by DHX Media Company's Halifax film in collaboration with CBC and Nickelodeon. The initial English-language voice cast consists of Catherine O'Connor as Bo, Andrew Sabiston as Dezzy the dragon, and Jim Fowler as the wizard. The show airs in a variety of other languages and countries, with the title being changed for each language, such as "1, 2, 3, Bo!" in French-language iterations and "Bo en Accion" in Spanish-languages ones. The series continued in a new direction with new director Stewart Dowds, dropping the characters of Bo and Wizard to focus on the adventures of Dezzy, with the same voice actor. These Dezzy-centric episodes continue to utilize Andrew Sabiston as voice talent but only lasted from the show's 27th episode to its final 46th episode.