Nickelodeon (ended 2009)


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Olivia, a 6 ¾-year-old spunky girl pig, dreams big, has even bigger adventures, and inspires confidence, in her very own series. Olivia is joined by her four year old brother Ian, her best friend Julian, Francine the next door neighbor, and William who is her baby brother. The show is based on Ian Falconer's books.

  • Where the hell is the fucking story?

  • So So show when I was young

    it's okay nothing special at all except that it was kinda boring.
  • Ugh! so annoying!

    Olivia is a horrible show! all olivia thinks about is that she is the best person in the world! she is also spoiled . once making her mom buy many forgein foods just for a project! olivia made her buy a week supply of food just for choosing what to bring to school! cancel this!!!
  • Really Cute

    My little brother LOVES this show. In my opinion, it's a really adorable show about a little pig named Olivia that teaches children that if they work hard enough, they can be whatever they want to be.

    @woahwoah678 : First, I don't see what the big deal is that she likes bow stuff, like when you said, and I quote: "Olivia can't barley do that stuff because mostley boys do that stuff,but some girls can do that stuff"

    That seems very sexist, is all I'm saying.moreless
  • Great fun show, for young kids. The age range I imagine is 5-8. My daughter loves the show, and it keeps her engaged. I usually catch parts of it and it raises a smile. The relationships in the family are very positive, and Olivia is friendly and fun.moreless

    The shows strong points are the relationships in the family, between the kids and their parents and also between siblings. If you have kids upto 8years old, try the show they will probably enjoy it. Its mildly educational, teaches good social relations and it is also fun. Recommended.

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Animation, Kids


Grade Schoolers, Pre-Teens, Tweens, observational humor, altruistic behavior