Are you a Big Hero 6 fan? If you enjoyed the movie, you should check out the science-inspired television show about a boy named Hiro who overcomes the odds, battles evil, and learns valuable lessons. Today on June 26, Big Hero 6: The Series Back in Action! comes to Disney DVD, and on Theresa’s Reviews, you can enter to win one of three giveaway copies!

Big Hero 6 The Series: Back In Action! DVD Giveaway - Theresa's Reviews

Big Hero 6 The Series: Back In Action! DVD

One reason I am a fan of this television show is that this past November, I had the awesome opportunity to visit the Disney Animation building to interview the cast and creators of the new Big Hero 6 television show as part of a blogger’s event for the theatrical release of Disney Pixar’s Coco.

Big Hero 6 The Series: Back In Action! DVD Giveaway - Theresa's Reviews

Although I was already a fan of the Big Hero 6 movie, being able to interview actor Ryan Potter (the voice of Hiro) and executive producers Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley and Nick Fillippi helped me better understand the show and see its value for children.

If you are looking for a show that appeals to children who enjoy science and robotics, this is a great pick.

Big Hero 6: The Series Back In Action! is also ideal for children who feel that things never go their way. Even though Hiro encounters constant setbacks, he is always working towards becoming a better person and finding more success.

Big Hero 6 The Series: Back In Action! DVD Giveaway - Theresa's Reviews

You can read more in Big Hero 6: The Series Exclusive Interview to learn why the creators chose to make it in 2D, the science behind the show, and fun facts!

Big Hero 6 The Series: Back In Action! DVD Giveaway - Theresa's Reviews

The adventures continue for tech genius Hiro Hamada and his healthcare companion, the lovable, inflatable Baymax!  Picking up right before the end of the film, Hiro thinks Baymax is lost forever, until he finds the chip Tadashi designed to create Baymax.

In this seven episode series (including the 44-minute Disney Channel Television Movie), the stakes are raised for Hiro, Baymax and their friends: adrenaline junkie Go Go, control freak Wasabi, chem whiz Honey Lemon and fanboy Fred – as they fight to protect San Fransokyo as the legendary superhero team Big Hero 6.

Fans can bring home the Big Hero 6 The Series – Back in Action! DVD complete with six bonus shorts on Tuesday, June 26th.

The voice cast is Ryan Potter as Hiro; Scott Adsit as Baymax; Jamie Chung as Go Go; Genesis Rodriguez as Honey Lemon; Khary Payton as Wasabi; Brooks Wheelan as Fred; and Maya Rudolph as Aunt Cass.

Episodes include:

  • Baymax Returns (44-minute Disney Channel Television Movie)
  • Fred’s Bro-tillion
  • Issue 188
  • Big Roommates 2
  • Failure Mode
  • Muirahara Woods
  • Food Fight

Bonus features include: 

6 Bonus Shorts  

  • Baymax and Hiro
  • Baymax and Wasabi
  • Baymax and Go Go
  • Baymax and Fred
  • Baymax and Honey Lemon
  • Baymax and Mochi  

Big Hero 6 The Series: Back In Action! DVD Giveaway - Theresa's Reviews

Big Hero 6 The Series: Back In Action! DVD Giveaway

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Big Hero 6 The Series: Back In Action! DVD Giveaway - Theresa's Reviews

Disclosure: I received a free item, but it in no way influenced my opinion!

About The Author

Theresa has been writing since 2010 in magazines and online. Her lifestyle and parenting expertise has been featured in publications, including ShopSmart and Scholastic. She earned an M.Ed in Elementary Education from Vanderbilt as well as a BA in History from Flagler College, and she is a certified teacher.

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4 Responses

  1. Abigail Gibson

    I never seen this movie yet but my nephew really likes it and I know he will watch it again with me.

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  2. Amy D

    This movie for me is about being strong and brave. My daughter and I first saw this movie together when she was in the hospital at 3 years old. It took her mind off the procedure she was having. She laughed and really got into the movie. So, the memory of that really makes this movie special to us.

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