The Good Night Show

TV review by Deirdre Sheppard, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 2+

Say goodnight with this evening soother.

Parents say

age 6+

Based on 12 reviews

Kids say

age 2+

Based on 3 reviews

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age 18+

If this review gets an equal amount of Helped Me Decide, Had Useful Details, And Read My Mind I will literally drink apple juice

age 2+

Star ruins this show.

This show is like a roller-coaster, quality wise. Let's begin the review. So, this show has perfect color. It is not too bright, not too dark, just right. I completely respect that. Unlike The Sunny Side Up Show (which is a NIGHTMARE to endure). This show has good activities for kids, such as exercising, art, etc. It is also a good way for kids to learn to get ready for bed. The cons I have with this show are that many times it is SUPER boring and too slow paced. Also, what TRULY ruins this is Star. He is so annoying. His voice is also annoying. Not to mention, it is CREEPY to talk to stars in real life. If you talk to inanimate objects, you should get help. So overall, it's just 3 out of 5.

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