Eloise: Me, Eloise

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  • TV-G
  • 2006
  • 1 Season
  • 6.6  (181)

Eloise: Me, Eloise is an animated television mini-series that originated in the United States and was produced by HandMade Entertainment. The show originally aired in 2006 by the Starz Kids and Family network. The engrossing series delivers an excellent arrangement of storyline and character arcs, with Mary Mouser offering a laudable performance as the voice-over for the main character, Eloise.

The story takes place in the buzzing city of New York and is based on the richly illustrated and highly popular book series by author Kay Thompson. Eloise: Me, Eloise specifically draws from the book "Eloise in Moscow" for its layered, comical, and entertaining storylines. This is a particularly wise choice, given the setting's historical and cultural riches that provide a wealth of opportunities for engrossing narratives.

The show deftly captures the eccentricity of Eloise, the series' six-year-old protagonist, voiced by Mary Mouser of "Body of Proof" fame. Eloise is a cheeky, free-spirited, adventurous, and mischievous parlour-maid's daughter who lives in the "room on the tippy-top floor" of New York's luxurious Plaza Hotel. These qualities, combined with an uncontainable imagination and resolute determination to explore the boundaries of her world, make Eloise an endearing character relatable to children and adults alike.

Each scene in Eloise: Me, Eloise is artfully drawn, with all characters portrayed in a way that is kind and respectful to Kay Thompson's original imagination. The series presents an entertaining look into Eloise's own personal world at the Plaza Hotel, characterized by her amusing experiences, lively relationships, and the strangely fascinating circumstances that often unfold around her.

There are plenty of colorful characters that make an appearance in this series. Apart from Eloise, there are characters like her nanny, a lawyer, maids, cooks, a Bell captain and hotel manager, a tutor, various hotel guests, a dog and even a turtle! All these add variety and fun, making Eloise's life in the Plaza Hotel a rich tapestry of excitement and adventure.

Catching the attention of the audience immediately is one of the strengths of the show. Right from the opening credits, viewers are drawn into the world of Eloise, as episodes open with a visualization of Eloise's delightful world, painted with dashes of mischief and gracefully accompanied by the artistic direction of Wes Archer, who has also worked on critically acclaimed shows like The Simpsons and Futurama.

The script's witty humor and some slightly extravagant situations render a joyous atmosphere that succeeds in making the audience both laugh and empathize with Eloise's many escapades and trials. Thanks to Mary Mouser's brilliant portrayal of Eloise, the character’s energy and charm come off as authentic and natural, making the audience completely forget that Eloise is not, in fact, a real girl.

In addition to the main plot, Eloise: Me, Eloise borrows a number of subplots from Kay Thompson's original book series. These additional storylines offer extra dimensions to the narrative, adding further depth and a sense of familiarity for fans of the book series.

Aligned with the vibrant visuals and meticulously crafted storylines, the show is backed by a strong voice cast that further enhances the characters' on-screen charisma. Among the notable voice cast members are Lynn Redgrave, Tim Curry, and Curtis Armstrong who, in unison with Mary Mouser, portray their respective characters with skillful voice acting that brings to life the numerous inhabitants of the Plaza Hotel.

Eloise: Me, Eloise is more than just a child's series; it’s a delightful, entertaining saga that caters to audiences of all ages. Its heartwarming tales of friendship, curiosity, courage, and the occasional gleanings of life's lessons give each episode depth and meaning.

Staying true to the essence of Kay Thompson's renowned book series, Starz's Eloise: Me, Eloise is a sweetly packed parcel of inspired storytelling, fascinating characters, and captivating art. Whether you are part of Eloise's loyal fanbase or stumbling across her world for the first time, this show is sure to enchant you with its delightful spirit and engaging narratives.

Eloise: Me, Eloise is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on October 10, 2006.

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Little Miss Christmas, Part 3
13. Little Miss Christmas, Part 3
October 10, 2006
It's Christmas Eve, and Eloise is putting the final touches on the holiday show. But when an important hotel guide reviewer comes to size up the Plaza, will it mean curtains for the performance?
Little Miss Christmas, Part 2
12. Little Miss Christmas, Part 2
October 10, 2006
The kids in the Plaza plan a holiday show that rivals the best Christmas Spectacular in town. Eloise learns about how people celebrate Christmas around the world.
Little Miss Christmas, Part 1
11. Little Miss Christmas, Part 1
October 10, 2006
Eloise and the gang scheme to find their presents with a plan called "Operation Special Delivery." But the Plaza sure is a big hotel!
Eloise in Springtime, Part 2
10. Eloise in Springtime, Part 2
October 10, 2006
Eloise and Nicole have a lot of fun together until Nicole starts spending too much time with Bill, Eloise's favorite Plaza employee.
Eloise in Springtime, Part 1
9. Eloise in Springtime, Part 1
October 10, 2006
Nanny has gone on vacation and left Eloise in the care of Nicole, a hip, fun-loving girl.
Eloise's Rawther Unusual Halloween, Part 2
8. Eloise's Rawther Unusual Halloween, Part 2
October 10, 2006
When eeire sights and sounds begin to spook the hotel guests, will Eloise herself be accused of scaring The Plaza's guests?
Eloise's Rawther Unusual Halloween, Part 1
7. Eloise's Rawther Unusual Halloween, Part 1
October 10, 2006
Every Halloween, the ghost of The Palza's most legendary inhabitant returns to haunt the halls. But when the hotel's most famous 6 year-old girl, Eloise, encounters this frightening phantom,...
Eloise Goes to Hollywood, Part 2
6. Eloise Goes to Hollywood, Part 2
October 10, 2006
Eloise soon discovers making a movie isn't always as exciting as it seems.
Eloise Goes to Hollywood, Part 1
5. Eloise Goes to Hollywood, Part 1
October 10, 2006
When Eloise arrives in Tinseltown only to be asked to audition for a role in a major studio film, she thinks her glamorous dreams may actually be coming true. It's an adventure full of famous...
Eloise Goes to School, Part 2
4. Eloise Goes to School, Part 2
October 10, 2006
Eloise discovers there are mean girls on the playground, very strict teachers and so many rules rules rules!
Eloise Goes to School, Part 1
3. Eloise Goes to School, Part 1
October 10, 2006
Eloise can't wait to begin school, but soon finds out it isn't exactly what she was expecting.
Me, Eloise, Pt. 2
2. Me, Eloise, Pt. 2
October 10, 2006
Eloise decides it is her job to show Yuko just how fun the Plaza can be. The two new friends take off on a "rawther" extraordinary adventure that takes a surprising turn!
Me, Eloise, Pt. 1
1. Me, Eloise, Pt. 1
October 10, 2006
It's Eloise's sixth birthday and she's planning the most special party ever! Everything is going just right until a new girl - a young Japanese violin prodigy named Yuko shows up and steals all of the attention.
Where to Watch Eloise: Me, Eloise
Eloise: Me, Eloise is available for streaming on the Starz website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Eloise: Me, Eloise on demand at Google Play and Tubi TV.
  • Premiere Date
    October 10, 2006
  • IMDB Rating
    6.6  (181)