Crashbox

Crashbox

  • TV-Y7
  • 2005
  • 2 Seasons
  • 8.4  (282)

Crashbox is a Canadian television educational game show made to help elementary school aged kids learn things. Crashbox involves history, math, spelling, and various other elementary level subjects. Each game on Crashbox takes about two to five minutes to play. There are many educational games on Crashbox. The educational games that are played on Crashbox are Captain Bones, Dirty Pictures, Distraction News, Ear We Are, Eddie Bull, Haunted House Party, Lens McCracken, Mug Shots, (Like, Totally) Paige and Sage, Poop or Scoop, Psycho Math, (KBOX) Radio Scramble, Revolting Slob, Riddle Snake, Sketch Pad, Ten Seconds, Think Tank, and Word Shake. At the end of the show they recap the games, the things they taught on that show, and the answers. They have a robot that helps to replay what happened on that show. The robot hits a hammer, and it's called the Crashbox Rewind.

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Seasons
Episode 52
25. Episode 52
January 1, 1950
Summary not available.
Episode 51
24. Episode 51
January 1, 1950
Summary not available.
Episode 50
23. Episode 50
January 1, 1950
Summary not available.
Episode 49
22. Episode 49
January 1, 1950
Summary not available.
Episode 48
21. Episode 48
January 1, 1950
Summary not available.
Episode 47
20. Episode 47
January 1, 1950
Summary not available.
Episode 46
19. Episode 46
January 1, 1950
Summary not available.
Episode 45
18. Episode 45
January 1, 1950
Summary not available.
Episode 44
17. Episode 44
January 1, 1950
Summary not available.
Episode 43
16. Episode 43
January 1, 1950
Summary not available.
Episode 42
15. Episode 42
January 1, 1950
Summary not available.
Episode 41
14. Episode 41
January 1, 1950
Summary not available.
Episode 40
13. Episode 40
January 1, 1950
[HBO] Upconverted to HD. The outrageously insane game show that features brain-teasers and puzzles that kids can play interactively.
Episode 39
12. Episode 39
January 1, 1950
[HBO] Upconverted to HD. The outrageously insane game show that features brain-teasers and puzzles that kids can play interactively.
Episode 38
11. Episode 38
January 1, 1950
[HBO] Upconverted to HD. The outrageously insane game show that features brain-teasers and puzzles that kids can play interactively.
Episode 37
10. Episode 37
January 1, 1950
[HBO] Upconverted to HD. The outrageously insane game show that features brain-teasers and puzzles that kids can play interactively.
Episode 36
9. Episode 36
January 1, 1950
[HBO] Upconverted to HD. The outrageously insane game show that features brain-teasers and puzzles that kids can play interactively.
Episode 35
8. Episode 35
January 1, 1950
[HBO] Upconverted to HD. The outrageously insane game show that features brain-teasers and puzzles that kids can play interactively.
Episode 34
7. Episode 34
January 1, 1950
[HBO] Upconverted to HD. The outrageously insane game show that features brain-teasers and puzzles that kids can play interactively.
Episode 33
6. Episode 33
January 1, 1950
[HBO] Upconverted to HD. The outrageously insane game show that features brain-teasers and puzzles that kids can play interactively.
Episode 32
5. Episode 32
January 1, 1950
Sumamry not available.
Episode 31
4. Episode 31
November 1, 2004
no detailed synopsis available.
Episode 30
3. Episode 30
November 1, 2004
No detailed synopsis available.
Episode 29
2. Episode 29
October 22, 2004
no detailed synopsis available.
Episode 28
1. Episode 28
October 22, 2004
no detailed synopsis available.
Description

Crashbox is a Canadian television educational game show made to help elementary school aged kids learn things. Crashbox involves history, math, spelling, and various other elementary level subjects. Each game on Crashbox takes about two to five minutes to play.

There are many educational games on Crashbox. The educational games that are played on Crashbox are Captain Bones, Dirty Pictures, Distraction News, Ear We Are, Eddie Bull, Haunted House Party, Lens McCracken, Mug Shots, (Like, Totally) Paige and Sage, Poop or Scoop, Psycho Math, (KBOX) Radio Scramble, Revolting Slob, Riddle Snake, Sketch Pad, Ten Seconds, Think Tank, and Word Shake. At the end of the show they recap the games, the things they taught on that show, and the answers. They have a robot that helps to replay what happened on that show. The robot hits a hammer, and it's called the Crashbox Rewind.Crashbox is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (52 episodes). The series first aired on May 2, 2005.

Where to Watch Crashbox

Crashbox is available for streaming on the HBO website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Crashbox on demand at HBO Max, Amazon Prime and HBO NOW.

  • Premiere Date
    May 2, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    8.4  (282)