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In this animated musical series, a wombat, a frog, and a butterfly travel around the world with a performance troupe. Along they way, they're guided by the moon, who teaches them about the places they visit. Judy Greer provides the voice of Luna, the moon. Let's Go Luna! is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (34 episodes). The series first aired on .

Where do I stream Let's Go Luna! online? Let's Go Luna! is available for streaming on PBS KIDS, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Let's Go Luna! on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play, Apple TV online.

7 Seasons, 34 Episodes
Cast: Saara Chaudry, Judy Greer, Jaiden Cannatelli, Shayle Simons
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Let's Go Luna! Full Episode Guide

  • Luna, sad that her friend Bessie, a 150-year-old alligator, has passed away, learns to honor her life the New Orleans dancing. Then, Andy gets caught in the middle when Fabuloso and the Circo Clowns argue to extremes about whether New Orleans is more Spanish or French.

  • Luna returns a pollera skirt to a Peruvian friend who needs to wear it in the Inti Raymi festival...but discovers there's a small hole in it! Then, Andy, expert finder, helps Senor Fabuloso find Machu Picchu.

  • Carmen finds out to her surprise that mysterious clanking noise is actually part of a beautiful kind of dance music called Benga. Then, Andy, with Luna as his guide, goes on a photo-safari for the elusive rhinoceros.

  • Carmen is asked to play music as part of a local Barcelona sporting event. Then, Leo helps a baby blue rock thrush get from the beach back to its home at Montserrat.

  • In Juneau, Andy and Luna want to tell their story and enlist the help of a totem pole artist. Then, Andy wants to experience the beautiful blue light of the Mendenhall Glacier ice caves, but getting there is quite a project.

  • In New Orleans, musician Carmen learns about something new: Jazz improvisation. Then, Leo travels to the Louisiana Bayou to meet his pen pal, who seems too exciting to be true.

  • Leo finds the Potato King in the mountains around Qosqo. Then, Carmen finds out that the joy of playing music doesn't come from fancy instruments.

  • Senor Fabuloso has lost his creativity and must find it in his hometown of Barcelona. Then, Carmen makes a new friend and Senor Fabuloso reunites with his own childhood friend at the bookfair.

  • Leo feels nervous about the wild animals wandering around Juneau, but realizes they need their own space and we must all learn to live together. Then, Carmen learns to appreciate the tradition of native Alaskan spoken-word storytelling.