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Premieres November 24, 2017 at 7 P.M. on Nickelodeon

Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie takes kids on the field trip of a lifetime: action packed and full of adventure! They’ll join Arnold on a quest in which he’ll try to achieve his ultimate dream and finally find his missing parents. It all starts when Arnold and his classmates take a trip to San Lorenzo, South America, which, coincidentally, is the last place Arnold’s parents were seen. Their trip takes a turn when pirates kidnap Arnold and his friends! From there it’s one jungle hazard after another, and the gang must put their heads together to get out of danger. As the leader of the journey, Arnold must make sure he and his friends survive safely, all while working towards a reunion he’s dreamt of his whole life.​
 

Jean74

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Finally it is about time as really the show is one of a kind. As it had no gadgets and no stuff like other cartoons like resorting to action or violence. It was just real life as it kind of reminded me of the Peanuts.
Hey Arnold reminds us of real life and the kids act like they were real though cartoon. Know what I mean? Want to see Arnold get closure finally! After all these years.
 

Mr.O

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Finally it is about time as really the show is one of a kind. As it had no gadgets and no stuff like other cartoons like resorting to action or violence. It was just real life as it kind of reminded me of the Peanuts.
Hey Arnold reminds us of real life and the kids act like they were real though cartoon. Know what I mean? Want to see Arnold get closure finally! After all these years.
Same here. The only thing that got me was their age. They were so believable and down to earth, but why where they so young (9ish) I believe, rather than 12-13 yrs old?