Ridley Jones is a fun show that is a mix of Indiana Jones and The Night at the Museum for kids. Ridley’s family are keepers of the museum and Ridley is in training to continue her family’s legacy. She is making new friends, learning about history and herself at the same time. While Ridley Jones is created by the same individual as DocMcStuffins and Vampirina, Chris Nee, the show does have a different feel to it. It has a lot of Indiana Jones like action and adventure which is very entertaining, and the musical scores are super catchy. (I love the theme song. I have been singing RIDLEY JONES ever since I started watching it. Haha!).Ridley Jones Seasons 1 Download.
If there’s a missing necklace, an AWOL baby penguin or a herd of on-the-loose caribou, Ridley Jones is your go-to guy. Or make that your girl.The six-year-old title character of Netflix’s new animated series has the pluck and daring of classic screen heroes who were routinely male, a stubborn trope that Ridley Jones creator Chris Nee is eager to vanquish for TV’s youngest viewers.“Girls have not really gotten to be the action-adventure leads of shows” aimed at preschoolers, she said. “It felt really different to give Ridley that journey.”Nee counts herself a “huge” fan of 1970s and ’80s thrill-ride movies including Goonies, Star Wars and Indiana Jones — with the latter getting a tip of the fedora from Ridley’s own headgear in the six-episode series debuting 13 July.Iara Nemirovsky voices Ridley, part of an impressive cast that includes Blythe Danner, Laraine Newman, Sutton Foster, Jane Lynch and Bob Bergen.
An award-winning maker of children’s animated fare, Nee’s consistent goal is to include an array of characters. She did it with “Doc McStuffins,” about an African American girl whose career dreams inspired its viewers, especially Black youngsters, to see medicine as an option, and she does it with Ridley Jones.
Ridley is following a family tradition by joining her mother and grandmother in protecting the museum they call home and its precious relics, including Egyptian mummies and animals which, after visitors scoot, come to comically endearing and sometimes wayward life.