Shaun the Sheep is a British stop-motion animated television series created by Nick Cart and produced by Aardman Animations. It ran for five seasons from March 5, 2007 to November 18, 2016. It still continues on Netflix
Shaun is an unusually bright and clever sheep who lives at Mossy Bottom farm with his fellow flock. With Shaun and his fellow flock's mayhem, everyday is a new adventure for them.
Why It Rocks
- Splendid stop-motion animation from Aardman Animations.
- A sheep with human intelligence is an interesting concept.
- Very cute character designs.
- Shaun is a very likable main protagonist.
- The humor is very clever and absolutely hilarious.
- The show relies on all kinds of humor, such as slapstick, slice of life, meta and pop culture.
- Despite the show not having any dialogue, it manages to still be hilarious and entertaining and it's easy to figure out the situations and how the characters' feelings.
- It's very down to earth and has lots of real life and relatable storylines.
- So many great and funny episodes, such as "Snore-Worn Shaun", "The Farmer's Niece", "Big Top Timmy", "3DTV", "Out Of Order", "Baa-d Hair Day", "Strictly No Dancing", "Lock Out", "Bye Bye, Barn", "Prickly Heat" and the list goes on.
- The movie received critical acclaim. There's a second movie too!
- The pigs are unlikable since they constantly bully Shaun and the flock.
- Some occasional toilet humor.
- it did spawn one bad episode called “duck!” Where you can find it on horrible episodes wiki