A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this podcast.
Episodes are meant to entertain through new Frozen stories and adventures, but listeners do learn about character traits like courage and teamwork. Some fun facts about science and history throughout. In one episode, Disa discusses facts about stars in our solar system.
Elsa, Anna, and Disa constantly give each other positive affirmations, appreciating each other's help and promoting positive messages of teamwork, family, and taking care of others. Heavy themes of taking care of the planet and respect for nature.
Positive Role Models
Even though they're working through their own problems, adventures, and conflicts, Elsa, Anna, and Disa serve as positive role models as they show their courage through teamwork in each episode. Anna also talks about the importance of working with our neighbors and those in other lands.
Identity is not explicitly discussed often, but many diverse characters from the Frozen movies reprise their roles in the podcast series. Anna talks about being allies with those from faraway lands, and each character's personal uniqueness is celebrated. Anna and Elsa are strong female lead characters; some male supporting characters. Male characters are friends and aren't always put in the role of love interest.
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Violence & Scariness
Some references to past wars and conflicts in Arendelle (from the movies). Reference to how the Duke of Weselton tried to kill Elsa in the past.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the Disney Frozen: Forces of Nature podcast brings your favorite characters from Disney's popular Frozen films into the podcast world. Each episode follows Elsa, Anna, Disa, Olaf, Kristoff, and new characters on brand-new adventures. There are frequent references to events that happened in the movies, as well as mentions of near-deadly events such as fires, floods, and conflicts between Elsa and the Duke of Weselton that could be scary for younger children. Listeners hear stories that encourage teamwork and being courageous, as the characters work together to protect their people and go on new adventures. Themes of respecting nature and being allies with those from faraway lands are strong throughout.
Is It Any Good?
With immersive sound effects, great voice actors, and interesting storytelling, episodes are exciting and fun for the whole family. Disney Frozen: Forces of Nature is an excellent first for Disney's entrance into the podcast world as it finds ways to bring Arendelle to life through its detailed stories and superior audio production. Each episode leaves you wanting to know what happens next as the magic continues for kids and young teens who loved the Frozen movies. In this series, we meet new, dynamic characters alongside Queen Anna and Elsa, and follow a whole new adventure of magic and mystery. Frozen continues its themes of acceptance, diversity, courage, and teamwork from the movies into this new podcast series through its compassionate and interesting storytelling.
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