Fun action show joins long-running, but violent franchise.
Ribald British puppet sitcom is hilarious fare for adults.
Formulaic toy-inspired series has some good messages, too.
Rangers and animals team up in solid incarnation.
'80s action toon still entertains with intricate storyline.
Lightweight movie spin-off with comic violence.
Superheroes' new look, comical feel invites younger kids.
High school-set horror series is gory, sexy, and strange.
Animals' lavish lifestyles = worry-free fun for families.
Twisty sci-fi show is thrilling but full of violence, sex.
Dueling personalities clash in likable series follow-up.
Adventure sequel is well-rounded, family-friendly fare.
Lackluster sitcom has mixed messages about parenting.
Funny family sitcom with positive themes for tweens.
Game-driven manga show is more confusing than entertaining.
Cheerleading show features lots of negative mama drama.
Sextuplets take Ohio by storm in family-friendly reality.
Spacy setting puts a neat new spin on still-violent antics.
Predictable slapstick comedy still delivers the laughs.
Kids will love this violent, rather clever superhero show.
Series-inspired TV movie is worry-free holiday fun for kids.
Frenetic '80s cult fave with stereotypes hasn't aged well.
Unusual animals are educational, but some are harmed or die.
Anime series finale is more violent than others.
The science behind magic is fun for the whole family.