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Season 5 premiered after a 3 year hiatus.


Episodes

  1. The New Guppy!
  2. Secret Agent Nonny!
  3. The Kingdom of Clean!
  4. The Good, the Sad, and the Grumpy!
  5. Ocean Patrol!
  6. Rockin' Out!
  7. Genie in a Bubble!
  8. A Furry Tale!
  9. Super Baby!
  10. Dragons N' Roses!
  11. Ninja Season!
  12. Snow Squad to the Rescue!
  13. Too Bright for Movie Night!
  14. The Guppies Save Christmas! (Christmas Special)
  15. The Mighty, Untidy Titans!
  16. Alison in Wonderland!
  17. It's a Lizard!
  18. Swinging in the Rainforest!
  19. Fogzilla!
  20. Bigfoot Crossing!
  21. A Load of Litterbugs!
  22. Taste Buddies!
  23. Something Fishy Going On!
  24. Race to the Oasis
  25. Escape from Volcano Island!
  26. Bubble Puppysaurus!

Trivia

  • This season marked:
    • The first season with no dance songs or field trips.
    • The first season to be produced by Jam Filled Entertainment instead of Nelvana for the second, third, and fourth seasons.
  • Fred Tatasciore replaced Tino Insana as the voice of Mr. Grouper following Insana's death in May 2017.
  • All episodes were specials that have the story segment take up the majority of the second half of the episode.
  • Commercial Breaks are now used as of this season as when something intense is about to happen it cuts to commercials and then after the break it goes back to the episode.
  • The format for this season is similar to another Nick Jr. show produced by Jonny Belt and Robert Scull, The Backyardigans.
  • In the end credits, it ends with a story character quote at the end of the credits.
    • The Shop segment and the Lunch segment are both conjoined with the story segment.
  • This season took a three-month hiatus break from October to December 2020 with no episodes shown on the Nickelodeon US channel apart from Gobble Gobble Guppies! from Season 3 on Thursday 26th November (Thanksgiving Day).
  • There haven't been any new episodes in the USA but they have been shown in Australia in September 2021 and in Central and Eastern Europe and Deutschland in Germany in October 2021

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