Cute counting series promotes physical activity as well.
Ribald, drunken animated comedy is too edgy for most teens.
Gentle, nonverbal show incorporates pre-reading skills.
Quirky cartoon's stereotypes, crudity make it iffy for kids.
Popular book series makes for chilling thrills for tweens.
TV spin-off takes dark fantasy drama to another dimension.
Spunky girl's math skills solve problems, teach lessons.
Friendly bunny's adventures have teaching points for kids.
Avengers TV follow-up is violent but thrilling fare.
Lesser-known spook 'toon has some merit for kids.
Flashy, funny intergalactic cartoon will appeal to kids.
Campy classic still entertains but shows age in stereotypes.
Copious violence overshadows promising themes in hero 'toon.
Crude video game stars' TV series yields shallow laughs.
Messy, comical verbal contest spells F-U-N for families.
Campy space series is retro fun, with a bit of innuendo.
Solid '90s sequel offers gentle scares for families.
Teen wizard shines in entertaining British sci-fi.
Short-lived '90s series is more fun than frightful.
Fun action show joins long-running but violent franchise.
Award-winning '90s series is violent but entertaining.
Rangers and animals team up in solid installment.
'80s action toon still entertains with intricate storyline.
Lightweight movie spin-off with comic violence.
Smart sci-fi with its own video game, ethical messages.