|Wiggle Wiggle Wiggle!|
26 January 2018
20 February 2018
It is the first series since Wiggle and Learn to be 22-minutes in length, and the first series with the current generation to be this length.
- Hello Everyone
- Bow Mobile to the Rescue!
- Wiggly Radio
- No Fleas Please!
- The Wiggly Races
- The Singing Barbers
- A Wiggly Wedding
- Dancing is So Much Fun
- Numerals Are Nice
- Yummy in My Tummy
- Waltzing Matilda
- Rock And Roll Preschool
- Hot Potato
- The Wiggly Opera
- Clap Your Hands
- Feather Fun!
- Fly Through the Sky
- Pigtail Polka
- Soccer Fun
- Dance With Emma
- Simon Says
- Henry Saves The Day
- Dorothy's Tea Party
- The Wiggly Plane
- Do The Twist!
- Starring: Anthony Field, Lachlan Gillespie, Simon Pryce, Emma Watkins
- Written & Directed by: Anthony Field
- Carnival of the Animals Music by: Camille Saint-Saëns
- Words by: Simon Pryce
- Executive Producer: Paul Field
- Director of Photography: Aaron Hill
- Choreographer & Wardrobe: Caterina Mete
- Production Manager: Kate Chiodo
- Production Scheduling: Kate Chiodo, Caterina Mete
- Music Produced by: Anthony Field, Lachlan Gillespie
- Post Production: Tim Cheeseman, Aaron Hill, Gerald Holmes, Alex Keller, Leonardo Silvestrini, Yi Yin
Home Video Releases
Currently no episodes have been released on DVD.
In the United States and Canada, 5 volumes have been released on iTunes and Amazon Video. At 5 episodes each, the final episode, Do The Twist!, is missing.
In the US, all 26 episodes are available streaming on Hulu.
The original 11-minute versions that aired on ABC are very similar to 22-minute versions. Unlike TV Series 3 and 6, where songs and segments are shuffled around to change the running time, every episode in the 22-minute versions has a song or segment end at the exact 11 minute mark. Thus, the 11-minute versions are simply those episodes split in half, with a brief scene of The Wiggles saying goodbye added to the end of the first half (as well as credits laid over the last 30 seconds or so), and the theme song placed before the second half. Some other brief edits are made to make each episode exactly 11 minutes, such as some songs or Dorothy's Dance Class segments being shortened in Series 4 to make room for the theme song or end scene. In Series 5, some short scenes of The Wiggles and their friends dancing or waving between segments in the 22-minute versions are removed in the 11-minute versions for the same reasons.
- This series premiered on Treehouse TV in Canada, with little announcement before premiering.
- Songs from several existing albums are used, but with new music videos. There are also new recordings of classic Wiggles songs (such as Henry's Dance), and concert footage recorded at various locations (including outside the Sydney Opera House on Australia Day).
- Some footage used in this TV Series dates as far back as 2015 (such as concert clips from the Big Show! & CinderEmma Tour), though it was primarily filmed in early-2016 to early-2017.
- Carnival of the Animals exists as a recurring segment. However, an earlier segment Dorothy the Dinosaur's Wonderful World, which was named after TV Series 3, originally intended to be used but it wasn't.
- The Little Wiggles returns as a segment, with Maria and Antonio Field returning as Little Emma and Little Anthony from The Wiggles Meet The Orchestra!.
- Wigglehouse's interior is very different from Ready, Steady, Wiggle!, though the exterior remains the same, the Wigglehouse at Dreamworld.
- This TV Series marks the debut of the Bowmobile.
- This is the first TV Series featuring Maria Field voicing Dorothy. Carolyn Ferrie's voice clips as Dorothy were dubbed over by Maria in live show clips, although her voice remained in Who's in the Wiggle House?
- During the Behind the Scenes for the Wiggle House kitchen scenes, Lachy sang Tiptoe Through The Tulips, which was later released on Wiggle Pop!.