Dog with blog
|German title||Dog with blog|
|Original title||Dog With a Blog|
|Country of production||United States|
It's a Laugh Productions
|length||approx. 22 minutes|
|Episodes||70 in 3 seasons ( list )|
|genre||Children's series , sitcom|
Michael B. Chaplain
Michael B. Chaplain
|First broadcast||October 12, 2012 on Disney Channel|
|April 8, 2013 on Disney Channel|
Dog with blog (Original title: Dog With a Blog ) is a US-American youth - sitcom , which for the first time on 12 October 2012 at the Disney Channel aired. In this Disney Channel Original Series , a talking and blogging dog comes into a family. On September 25, 2015, the series finale ran with the 70th episode.
Avery and Tyler are step-siblings who initially hate each other. Tyler has another sister named Cloe, but she gets along with both of them. In the pilot, they adopt a dog, Stan, who they need to know can speak and even blog . The siblings agree to keep the dog's abilities a secret from their parents, as they fear that experiments would be carried out on it if someone found out.
Stan also acts as the series' narrator.
Avery Jennings ( G. Hannelius ) is the 12-year-old daughter of Ellen. She is intelligent, well organized, and very mature for her age. Always sticking to the rules, she makes a list of what she doesn't like about her stepbrother, Tyler. Despite being so intelligent, she is not good at math.
Tyler James ( Blake Michael ) is Chloe's 15-year-old brother. He likes to flirt with girls, cares a lot about his appearance and is popular in school. He also competes in BMX. He's not very good at school, but doesn't do much for it either. Even if he doesn't like to admit it, math is one of his strengths. He takes on the role of the lovable idiot.
Chloe James ( Francesca Capaldi ) is the 6 year old daughter of Bennett. She knows, like her siblings, that Stan can speak. She is cute and likes to use her gaze so that her parents are no longer mad at her when she has done something wrong.
Bennett James ( Regan Burns ) is the father of Tyler and Chloe. He works as a psychologist and has written a book about raising children that his wife Ellen doesn't really take seriously.
Ellen Jennings ( Beth Littleford ) is Avery's mother. She doesn't like dogs, any more than any other animal, with the exception of cats, but agrees to keep Stan because the children have something in common through him.
Stan (Kuma and Mick, voice of Stephen Full) is the family dog. He can speak, but only Avery, Tyler and Chloe (from one of the later episodes also Grandma James, Bennett's mother and later even Karl Fink) know about it. He likes poodles , but not a tip . In a later episode, he marries a poodle named Princess. With her he will have two puppies who can talk just like Stan.
Lindsay (Kayla Maisonet) is Avery's best friend who loves to be popular. She loves hats, which are her trademark.
Nikki Ortiz (Denyse Tontz) is a neighbor who walks their dogs with Tyler. At first she's not interested in Tyler, who wanted her as a friend. When he had another, she realizes that she really likes him. When Tyler screwed up with the other, he wanted to be with her, but she didn't want to be with him anymore, since she was just his second choice. But they come together again later.
Karl Fink (LJ Benet) is next to Avery the most intelligent child in the school, between the two there is a rivalry; in one of the later episodes, however, it turns out that both of them are friends with Stan. You also learn that Karl never wanted the rivalry and is actually looking for friends like Avery. Karl performs a singing and dancing number with Stan to apologize to Avery. They both become friends.
Dustin Pitt (Noah Harden) is Avery's boyfriend at times.
Max Edlstien (Danielle Soibelman) is a friend of Avery. And mostly very negative, but she is still friends with Lindsay and Avery.
Wes Manning (Peyton Meyer) is new to school later in the series and Avery falls madly in love with him.
The German dubbing is done by the dubbing company SDI Media Germany GmbH in Berlin.
|Avery Jennings||G. Hannelius||Sarah Tkotsch|
|Tyler James||Blake Michael||Ricardo Richter|
|Chloe James||Francesca Capaldi|
|Bennett James||Regan Burns||Michael Iwannek|
|Ellen Jennings||Beth Littleford||Antje von der Ahe|
|Stan (voice)||Stephen Full||Matthias Deutelmoser|
|Lindsay||Kayla maisonet||Jennifer White||1.03-3.24|
|Nikki Ortiz||Denyse Tontz||Sarah Méndez García||1.04-3.24|
|Maddie||Kaylee Bryant||Inken Baxmeier||1.12-3.24|
Production and broadcast
Dog With a Blog is invented and executive producer by Michael B. Kaplan , who was also the supervisory producer at Frasier and Roseanne and who invented the Disney series Tripp's rock band . For some scenes, for example when Stan is at the computer, the puppeteer Paul McGinnis, who also worked for Sesame Street , is used. The series is set in Pasadena, California .
On April 13, 2012, Disney announced that it had ordered Dog With a Blog as a series. The pilot, directed by Neal Israel, aired on October 12, 2012. By the end of February 2013, 10 episodes had aired. In February 2013, Disney ordered a second season.
It has been broadcast on Disney Channel Russia since January 2013 as Собака точка ком in Russian dubbing and Disney Channel France as #doggyblog in French dubbing. The series has also been running on the German Disney Channel since April 8th . It was first broadcast on free TV on March 7, 2014 at 10:05 pm on the Disney Channel. Since then, the series can be seen repeatedly in the program.
On February 4, 2013 Disney ordered a second season. This has been broadcast in the USA since September 20, 2013. On February 9, 2014, the order for the third season was announced.
On March 28, 2015 it was announced that the series had already been shot and that the final episodes would be broadcast during the course of the year.
|Season||Number of episodes||First broadcast (USA)||German-language first broadcast|
|Season premiere||Season finale||Season premiere||Season finale|
|season 1||22nd||October 12, 2012||August 25, 2013||April 8, 2013||September 13, 2013|
|season 2||24||20th September 2013||September 12, 2014||November 24, 2014||December 18, 2014|
|season 3||24||September 26, 2014||September 25, 2015||June 22, 2015||December 6, 2015|
The first episode, Stan of the House , which aired immediately after the movie Monster Against Girls , reached 4.5 million viewers in the United States, making it the best start of the year for a television series targeting kids 2-11, kids 6 –11 and tweens 9–14.
The listlessly written script and clichéd humor did n't make Dog With a Blog a top show, according to Emily Ashby in her review on Common Sense Media, where the TV series received 2 out of 5 stars and a seven-year-old rating. It is positively emphasized that the series appeals to the imagination of children.
|Tabular overview of awards and nominations|
|2013||Young Artist Award||Blake Michael||Best Young Actor in a Leading Role in a TV Series||Won|
|Kayla maisonet||Best Young Actress in a Supporting Role in a TV Series||Nominated|
|2015||Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2015||Dog with blog||Favorite TV series||Nominated|
- official website
- Dog with blog in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Episode guide at Fernsehserien.de
- ↑ a b dog with blog in the German synchronous file
- ↑ Jethro Nededog: Disney Channel Announces Series Pickup for 'Dog With a Blog' . In: The Hollywood Reporter . April 13, 2012. Retrieved February 5, 2013.
- ↑ Dog with a Blog on tv.com
- ↑ Nellie Andreeva: Disney Channel's 'Dog With A Blog' Renewed For Second Season. In: Deadline Hollywood. February 4, 2013, accessed February 5, 2013 .
- ↑ Dog with Blog Season 1 episode list. In: Fernsehserien.de. Retrieved April 14, 2013 .
- ↑ Nellie Andreeva: Disney Channel's 'Dog With A Blog' Renewed For Second Season . In: Deadline Hollywood . February 4, 2013. Retrieved November 30, 2013.
- ↑ Michael Brandes: NEWSBOX with "The Good Wife," "Sherlock", "Babylon" & Co. . In: Wishlist . February 9, 2014. Retrieved May 4, 2014.
- ↑ Beth Littleford Talks Ending of Dog With A Blog! KCA 2015 . fanlalatv . March 28, 2015.
- ↑ Sara Bible: Disney Channel Movie 'Girl vs. Monster 'Garners Nearly 5 Million Viewers, Ranking as Friday's Number 1 Scripted Cable Telecast . In: TV by the Numbers . October 15, 2012. Archived from the original on June 5, 2013. Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. Retrieved February 5, 2013.
- ↑ Emily Ashby: Dog with a Blog - Television Review . In: Common Sense Media . Retrieved February 5, 2013.
- ↑ http://www.youngartistawards.org/noms34.html