TV Reviews

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age 11+
 
Fun, fast-paced jump rope reality has some strong vocab.
Network: Lifetime
(2015)
age 11+
 
Celebs let loose, have fun in silly game show.
Network: Spike
(2015)
age 11+
 
Restaurants work hard to triumph in reality competition.
Network: Bravo
(2015)
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age 11+
 
Teen rebellion and family drama mark so-so mystery series.
Network: TeenNick
(2015)
age 11+
 
Web video show good-naturedly mocks pratfalls, mistakes.
Network: Fox
(2015)
csm_tv
age 2+
 
Colors, music, and motion designed for youngest viewers.
Network: Hulu, Amazon
(2014)
age 11+
 
Some graphic moments in veterinarian reality.
Network: NatGeoWild
(2014)
csm_tv
age 11+
 
Race is tackled gently in fresh family-friendly sitcom.
Network: ABC
(2014)
age 11+
 
Dance studio makeovers put iffy mentor center stage.
Network: Lifetime
(2014)
csm_tv
age 11+
 
Sweet, if unsurprising, romance is OK for older tweens.
Network: ABC, Hallmark Channel
(2014)
csm_tv
age 11+
 
Thoughtful anime has great messages for older tweens.
Network: Online
(2014)
csm_tv
age 11+
 
Hip-hop-style Dance Moms with more mentoring.
Network: Lifetime Television
(2014)
age 11+
 
Quirky recluse series interesting, but has rough language.
Network: National Geographic Channel
(2014)
age 2+
 
Cute counting series promotes physical activity.
Network: Online
(2013)
csm_tv
age 2+
 
Simple toddler series teaches colors through repetition.
Network: Online
(2013)
age 2+
 
Whimsical series blends music and the arts.
Network: HBO
(2013)
csm_tv
age 2+
 
Gentle, nonverbal show incorporates prereading skills.
Network: Netflix
(2013)
age 2+
 
Friendly bunny's adventures have teaching points for kids.
Network: Netflix
(2013)
csm_tv
age 11+
 
British werewolf-style drama limits the fright for tweens.
Network: Disney Channel
(2013)
csm_tv
age 11+
 
Funny family sitcom appeals to older kids and adults.
Network: Nickelodeon
(2013)

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