|The World's Fair, Paris, 1889: a young inventor crosses paths with an enigmatic girl and her pet lion.
Suddenly they find themselves pursued by a villainous trio intent upon stealing the magical Blue Water. Thus begins an epic adventure inspired by Jules Verne's masterpiece 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
Join Nadia and Jean as they travel the high seas in search of Nadia's homeland and her past, their only clue the mysterious jewel Nadia wears.
Can they unravel the Secret of the Blue Water before it is too late?
Discover Nadia, Secret of Blue Water, the animated series beloved by millions, and find out for yourself!
Hannah's comments: Still going strong, the sci-fi and story don't feels old at all, even if the tv-series is from end of 80t's. Be patient, you need to see at least 2-3 episodes of the series, to get familiar with it. In the beginning it's quite boring. But goes better and better. The best are the animation and the story itself. I sometimes don't like how the characters are build, sometimes I've got the feeling that the women are the strongest ones, and the men the weakest; once in a while it is a "pain in the ass", to see... The background music mostly isn't good either, might a little better the last 10 episodes. The series is very long, 39 episodes, each of them around 25 minutes, but it doesn't feel it would have been better if there only were 30 episodes. I have to say the story is build on ships, both by sea and air (and space), and the goal is to a hidden "country"...one of Disney's films has the same theme...