VeggieTales! They teach good lessons, but are fun and not pedantic. There are plenty of little jokes and references that the grownups can catch while the children can enjoy them too, so one can stand hearing them over and over and over more times without maybe going straight up the wall.
The first one our oldest latched onto was "The Toy that Saved Christmas" about a toy named "Buzz Saw Louie" (with a working saw built into his right arm) who realizes that there's more to Christmas then greed, so he escapes from the factory to find out what. The Silly song is about Larry waiting for Santa while he is visited by a bank robber, a "savage Norseman" and a rep from the IRS.
Others include: "Where's God when I'm Scared?" about fear "Minnesota Cuke" about bullying "God Wants me to Forgive them?" - forgiveness "Madame Blueberry" - envy of others and wanting more more more "Larry Boy and the Rumor Weed" and "Larry Boy and the Fib from Outer Space" Larry the Cucumber as a superhero battling rumors and lies. "Lord of the Beans" - using ones gifts wisely "King George and the Ducky" - retelling the story of David and Bathsheba for children about coveting others things. "Duke and the Pie War" - From the book of Ruth on helping others and not giving into to prejudice. "Rack, Shack and Benny" the three young men in the fiery furnace as taken to Mr. Nebby K. Nezzer's chocolate bunny factory. "Lyle the Kindly Viking" sharing and many more.
Many of the videos have "Silly Songs with Larry" that are very funny. "The Dance of the Cucumber" sung in Spanish by Larry in "authentic Argentinian Garb" is a favourite, "Pizza Angel" is a take on 50's rock. They have a good music crew with a fine sense of parody and humour.
Also from "Big Idea" is "3-2-1 Penguins" that teaches good lessons from the Bible in the context of a small space ship crewed by 4 penguins (is it real or the children's imaginations)? There are 6 that we have including "The Carnival of Complaining" "Trouble on Planet Wait-your-turn" and "Runaway Pride at Light Station Kilowatt"