If you have watched the animated movie “Up” and liked it, you are going to fall in love with Dug Days. Dug is the same dog who was first featured in the animated movie “Up” and won several hearts worldwide. The dog’s ability to convert his thoughts into speech has amused kids and adults too are in the love of the idea behind his character.
Although it’s an animated series, any age group individual can binge it. So, what is the series all about? Is it worth giving a try? The five-episode series will definitely win your heart. Here’s a quick review of the series.
What is the Series All About? Is it Binge-Worthy?
Dug Days is a series that features Dug, the dog who has the ability to convert his thoughts into speech. However, he doesn’t really possess the ability, and Edward Asner’s invention gives him this ability. The Disney+ animated shorts is extracted from the animated movie “Up” in which Dug decides to live with Carl (Edward Asner).
The five-episode shorts further delve into Dug’s and Carl’s lives as they continue to live together after their adventures in the movie. The plot is not at all complicated. Dug is a regular dog. He is playful, jolly, gets easily distracted, and loves his master to the core.
Moreover, all the episodes are empathetic and contain a moral message. In my personal opinion, this is definitely a binge-worthy series. There are squirrels and birds and nature all around. However, though the setting is more or less the same in every episode, you won’t feel boring. Therefore, you should give it a try.
Did Dug Days Live Up to Fans’ Expectations?
Several people who have watched Dug Days expressed their opinions on the series. Moreover, the series hails with a 5.0 rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Besides that, people remember and relate the series with Edward Asner as it was his last movie before he died. One of the viewers said that he literally cried while watching the five-episode series. The series leaves an impact on the viewer and conveys a special message to them.
On the other hand, another viewer said that these final performances are a tribute to Edward Asner. Disney+ and Pixar have done a very beautiful job. Henceforth, you see that the series is receiving great responses from the viewers. Besides viewers, critics have also highly appreciated the series. Undoubtedly, you should definitely stream the series without any hesitation.
What are the Episodes All About?
Dug Days opens with Dug lying in front of the window as he wakes up in the morning. Then, he starts shouting that he is awake, and now that he is awake, everyone should wake up too. Most of the episodes revolve around Carl (Edward Asner) and Dug, with the squirrel and the bird having a few scenes in between. However, one of the best things about every episode is that they always end with a special moment between Carl and Dug.
The series is more like a talkative version of Tom & Jerry. Just like Tom and Jerry are always after each other; similarly, Dug and the squirrel are constantly having duels. We suggest you watch the series along with your family (if you have one). Or else, you can stream it alone as well.
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