Formulaic toy-inspired series has some good messages, too.
Award-winning '90s series is violent but entertaining.
Rangers and animals team up in solid incarnation.
Magical preschool series with thoughtful physical component.
High school-set horror series is gory, sexy, and strange.
Dueling personalities clash in likable series follow-up.
Puzzling, absorbing thriller is also violent and creepy.
Time travel sci-fi with bloodless violence, tough heroine.
Spunky, well-rounded princess celebrates individuality.
Game-driven manga show is more confusing than entertaining.
Kids will love this violent, rather clever superhero show.
Slapstick and satire has aged well but may bore kids.
More violence, sexy stuff, and language in unedited version.
Lively show combines great messages, pint-size dress-up fun.
Sweet friendship and cooperation in a gothic setting.
The science behind magic is fun for the whole family.
Outstanding anime is more violent than you'd expect.
Fantasy police procedural lacks a certain fairy tale charm.
Creepy drama has devilish themes and dark, violent visuals.
Broad comedy mostly family friendly, but some innuendo.
Lively series exposes preschoolers to concepts of time.
Fast-paced adventure 'toon is bogged down by marketing ties.
Movie-inspired show has strong relationships, role models.
Villains and violence, but some worthwhile messages, too.
Clever sibling story has some spooky stuff for kids.