TV Reviews

Flash Gordon (1936) TV Poster Image
age 10+
Campy classic still entertains but shows age in stereotypes.
Network: Hulu
(1936)
Wizards vs. Aliens TV Poster Image
age 8+
Teen wizard shines in entertaining British sci-fi.
Network: Discovery Family Channel
(2013)
Ben 10: Omniverse TV Poster Image
age 8+
Teenage Ben's comical adventures are fun but violent.
Network: Cartoon Network
(2012)
TRON: Uprising TV Poster Image
age 8+
Smart fantasy series mixes strong messages with violence.
Network: Disney XD
(2012)
Iron Man TV Poster Image
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age 11+
Anime-style adaptation with strong hero, military setting.
Network: G4
(1994)
Alphas TV Poster Image
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age 15+
Some violence plus positive messages in sci-fi crime drama.
Network: Syfy
(2011)
The Troop TV Poster Image
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age 8+
Monsters vs. teens fantasy is worry-free fun for tweens.
Network: Nickelodeon
(2009)
Power Rangers: RPM TV Poster Image
age 7+
New take on familiar kids' show has lots of noise, action.
Network: ABC
(2009)
Power Rangers: Jungle Fury TV Poster Image
age 7+
No surprises in 16th battle-heavy installment.
Network: Toon Disney
(2008)
Power Rangers Dino Thunder TV Poster Image
age 7+
Cheesy violence is still too strong for littlest viewers.
Network: Toon Disney
(2004)
Power Rangers: Operation Overdrive TV Poster Image
age 7+
Violence remains, but this one has substance, too.
Network: ABC, Toon Disney
(2007)
Heroes TV Poster Image
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age 14+
Hero-driven drama is "super" for teens and up.
Network: NBC
(2006)
Power Rangers Mystic Force TV Poster Image
age 7+
"Magic beyond belief"? More like unbelievably bad.
Network: Freeform, Toon Disney
(2006)
Power Rangers SPD TV Poster Image
age 7+
Heroes battle bad guys in campy sci-fi series.
Network: Toon Disney
(2005)
Power Rangers Zeo TV Poster Image
age 7+
Power Rangers post-Morphin.
Network: Freeform
(1996)
Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers TV Poster Image
age 7+
Cheesy fantasy violence lacks real consequences.
Network: Freeform
(1993)