Heureusement, Sportacus lui offre une brosse à dents... Pixel crée un site Internet pour ses amis. Netflix; Prime Video; Bienvenue à LazyTown. [61] A modified version toured the United Kingdom and Ireland between October 2007 and August 2008. (itself based on a children's book from 1995) and Glanni Glæpur í Latabæ. The show was filmed and produced at 380 Studios, a purpose-built studio near Reykjavík equipped with high-end HDTV production facilities and one of the largest green screens in the world. It debuted at Nickelodeon Suites Resort on 6 August. Male [2] He wants to make sure LazyTown is happy, and knows that its residents have to be healthy and fit if they want to be happy. [25] It aired daily on the channel until 26 September 2016. in 2005. Il se déguise alors en fruits ou en légumes en espérant leur faire peur. A GoFundMe page was established by LazyTown head writer Mark Valenti to help the actor as he endured his illness. [40], The program has been noted for its appeal towards multiple age groups. Multiple spin-offs were created, including stage productions and a short-format television program for younger children titled LazyTown Extra. [13] A variety of tie-in products and media were created in the country before Scheving decided to develop LazyTown into a television program; these included bottled water, toy figures, and a radio station. Videos musicales para niños de ‘LazyTown’ en español, para cantar y bailar. [35], From June to August 2005, LazyTown's Stephanie hosted the "Nick Jr. Power Play Summer" event, which involved a series of television spots that replaced the channel's standard on-air continuity. [67][68] In 2016, a UK production entitled LazyTown Live On Stage ran from 7 July 2016 to 4 September 2016. "[39] Pete Vonder Haar of the Houston Press called LazyTown "pretty much the creepiest show on TV since Twin Peaks," citing the "off-putting" mix of live-action and puppetry. Áfram Latibær! "[19] Seasons 3 and 4 of LazyTown were filmed as usual in the LazyTown Studios in Iceland, but the special effects were created this time round by Turner Studios in Atlanta.[20]. [21] The second season debuted in the United States on Nick Jr. in 2005. Votre abonnement CANAL vous permet de bénéficier des contenus Télérama réservés aux abonnés. This is referenced in several episodes when. [36], The Hollywood Reporter's Marilyn Moss praised the show’s intentions to encourage exercise, calling it "great fun for the very young set, not to mention educational, maybe even life-changing. Robbie le Vilain. Relatives The kitten has a propensity for climbing trees and often needs Sportacus to rescue him. Sportacus égare son cristal Stingy le retrouve mais ne le lui rend pas. "We Are Number One" and many other LazyTown videos were used to promote the fundraising effort, which eventually surpassed its $100,000 goal. The show combines live action, puppetry, and CGI animation, making it one of the most expensive children's shows ever made.[4]. His name is a portmanteau of the ancient figure Spartacus and the word sport, which represents his athleticism. LazyTown is an Icelandic-American television comedy series made by an international crew and performed by a cast from Iceland, the United States and the United Kingdom. Patient and kind and always understanding, he doesn't tell the kids of LazyTown not to do something, but rather leads by example.His kryptonite is sugar. The program features a predominantly Europop soundtrack. ("Go Go LazyTown!"). Clique GAUCHE sur HINT pour obtenir de l'aide. Il se présente alors en ville comme le nouveau super-héros, sous le nom de Lazycus. [31][32] Channel 5's Demand 5 service carried episodes of the British version in 2015.[33]. Les enfants font pousser des légumes. Robbie veut que les enfants de Lazytown arrêtent de manger des choses saines. Robbie pénètre à l'intérieur d'un robot joueur de football et défie Sportacus de faire un match contre lui. En poursuivant votre navigation sur Sportacus, vous en acceptez l'utilisation. The series focuses on 8-year-old pink-haired girl Stephanie, the newest resident of the LazyTown community. He also appears in the following LazyTown productions that are not part of the series: Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Her attempts are often nearly thwarted by Robbie Rotten, who prefers to lead a sluggish life and is agitated by the sudden boom of physical activity. Jouer au jeu Lazy Town Chiffres : Lazy Town t'ouvre ses portes et tu y rencontreras la petite Stéphanie qui lutte aux côtés de Sportacus pour contrer le terrible maitre du déguisement, Robbie Rotten! It was created by Magnús Scheving, an aerobics champion who also plays the character Sportacus, and it is based upon his stage plays Áfram Latibær! It featured characters and songs from LazyTown, performed by a new cast. [34] NBC began airing it every Saturday on 7 July 2012, as part of the new Saturday morning NBC Kids pre-school block until 25 September 2016. Cliquez maintenant pour jouer à Lazy Town - The Pirate Adventure. Ils croient avoir découvert le morceau manquant de la pierre de Lazytown... Les enfants font du camping pour la première fois mais Ziggy a un peu peur. In the Icelandic dub, actors Magnús Scheving, Guðmundur Þór Kárason, and Stefán Karl Stefánsson dubbed themselves over. Robbie en profite pour donner un faux cristal à Sportacus, ce qui met en danger toute la ville. He wears a blue superhero outfit consisting of a dark blue vest, a crystal with the number "10" on it, striped pants, boots, and bracers on his forearms. — LazyTown.com. Sportacus la console... Stéphanie veut organiser une fête de remerciement pour Sportacus. Activer javascript sur Chrome , Firefox , Internet Explorer , Opera , Safari . Sportacus lives in a large airship above LazyTown, which contains his bed, food, and other equipment. Voiced by CBeebies aired the first two series and stopped repeats in March 2012. S01E02. Sportacus [60], Nickelodeon produced a stage show titled LazyTown Live! Close. The first two seasons (fifty-two episodes) were produced from 2004 to 2007. He loves to use everyday items in outrageous ways and never does anything ordinary when he can do it with flair. In the TV show, Sportacus wore a blue and white tracksuit, a blue vest, a blue stocking cap with a thick white stripe and thin black stripe on it, light blue goggles, deep blue boots with red, black and white stripes running down them, blue metal bracers on his arms, and a black pointed mustache. Ziggy, who is kindhearted and wants to be a superhero when he grows up, has an unbalanced diet devoid of fruits and vegetables. Grâce à Stéphanie, les enfants découvrent les bienfaits des carottes. On a regular basis, Robbie devises ill-judged schemes to make LazyTown lazy once again. [1], Magnús Scheving as Sportacus at the UK Toy Fair 2009, "Lazytown star Sportacus helps children get active", Metnaðarfull dagskrá og góð þáttaka víða um land, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sportacus&oldid=987925986, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles containing Icelandic-language text, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 10 November 2020, at 01:40. https://lazytown.fandom.com/wiki/Sportacus?oldid=5738, Matthias Matthiasson: singing voice, seasons 1-2, Dyri Kristjansson: live appearances from 2014-16, In the original plays and the Icelandic dub, Sportacus is an elf rather than a human. The series focuses on 8-year-old[8] pink-haired girl Stephanie, the newest resident of the LazyTown community. His name is a portmanteau of the ancient figure Spartacus and the word sport, which represents his athleticism. He traveled around in a hot air balloon and wore a brown-and-yellow version of his current outfit, albeit with a larger, looser hat and sculpted chest piece. [15][16] The budget for each episode was approximately ISK 70,000,000 (US$1 million), about five times the average cost for a children's television program at the time, making it "the most expensive children's show in the world" according to Scheving. [29][30] After the series was revived for seasons three and four, Turner's Cartoonito in the UK and Ireland premiered episodes from 2013–2014.