Actor Eric Stonestreet hosts this competition series that sees inventors presenting their ideas for new toys to a panel of kids in the hope of getting a product to market. Before the children get their chance to have a say, the concepts must get past a panel of mentors -- including Dylan's Candy Bar owner Dylan Lauren, toy guru Jim Silver and Pixar Creative Director of Consumer Products Jen Tan. Young judges Sophia Grace Brownlee, Aalyrah Caldwell, Toby Grey and Noah Ritter then put their expertise to work, offering no-holds-barred opinions of the products and deciding which items will advance to the finals, where one toy is chosen to be put into production and sold at Toys ``R'' Us locations.
Toy inventions include a series of alternate-world comic books, a game with elements of strategy and bowling, a racing game, a ball toss game, a color-coordinated launcher game, and an environmentally friendly take on water-balloon fights.
Toy inventions include a singing stuffed animal, a customizable mini-golf set, a dance game, a robotic flower, a fidget toy made with keyboard keys, and a board game with "monster'' dice.
Toy inventions include collectible charms, an 18-hole raft, a pocket-sized fortune game, an adjustable stuffed animal, build-it-yourself sprinkler tubes, a tabletop strategy game and a voice-activated entertainment device.
Toy inventions include an exercise card game, pillows for pillow fights, a multiplayer game, a portable version of table tennis, a DIY tech-craft kit, a remote-controlled water hovercraft and a life-sized fidget toy.
Inventions include a multicultural singing doll, a wacky worm and a party cannon.
The mentors and judges are faced with tough decisions when they are presented with unique toy inventions that include a whimsical dual-sided book, a ballerina doll, pocket-sized cars, sweet-smelling fruit plushes, and a pinata in a backpack.
Passionate toy inventors present the mentors and judges with unique concepts that include life-size construction tubes, sinkable building blocks, a new idea for a board game, a therapy doll, and a lightbox in the shape of a terrier.
Toy inventors present one-of-a-kind concepts that include a walking dinosaur, multi-generational dolls, a slingshot parachute, and a plastic-card building system.