Abby Hatcher

TV review by
Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Friendly girl helps creature friends solve their problems.

Parents say

age 4+
Based on 20 reviews

Kids say

age 7+
Based on 5 reviews

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Educational Value

Intends to entertain rather than to educate, but has strong messages about friendship, compassion, respect, perseverance.

 

Positive Messages

Kids see Abby eagerly help her Fuzzly friends with their problems. She takes time to understand both the trouble and how it makes them feel before devising a plan based on their unique personalities, which yields positive results. Series shows characters embracing change and new experiences.

Positive Role Models & Representations

Abby's generous spirit makes her a wonderful friend. She always makes time for those who need her and helps them address their needs and troubles with resourcefulness, creativity. Grown-up characters are nurturing without being overinvolved, allowing Abby freedom to explore, learn, grow on her own.

 

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Abby Hatcher centers on a self-confident, outgoing young girl who helps her Fuzzly friends with their problems. Throughout the show, Abby demonstrates confidence, resourcefulness, problem-solving skills, and determination to see a challenge through to its end. She also helps her friends identify and handle their emotions in constructive ways. Kids will enjoy Abby's world, in which humans and unique Fuzzlies live side by side; it caters to their sense of imagination. This enjoyable series and its kindhearted main character are a wonderful pick for young kids.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Adult Written bysciencedad505 January 18, 2019

Stop the baby talk!

This show has a cute premise: a little girl and a bunch of cute creatures called fuzzlies. The girl helps others, people and fuzzly. Some of the catch phrases,... Continue reading
Adult Written bymalina2830 April 14, 2020

Very cute show

Abbey Hatcher is an adorable show, about friendship, accepting those who are different, and just being a good person. My toddler who is about to be 4 in a few... Continue reading
Kid, 11 years old May 17, 2021

Weird and cringe and annoying

This show annoys me!!! It's a rip-off of True and the Rainbow Kingdom!!! Every fuzzly has its own annnoying style!! and the design is creepy
Teen, 17 years old Written byKai and Bozzly 2021 March 21, 2021

Really cool cute and good!!

I love this I love Bozzly he's so cute. And if u complain about kids not being able to speak right cause of this don't show it to them geez. It'... Continue reading

What's the story?

ABBY HATCHER follows the adventures of 7-year-old Abby (voiced by Macy Drouin), an energetic girl with a soft spot for the Fuzzlies that live in and around her new hotel home. After befriending a special Fuzzly named Bozzly (Wyatt White), the two of them find all kinds of exciting adventures and meet new Fuzzlies at every turn. But those Fuzzlies can get into some real trouble, and that's when Abby has to save the day with some creative problem-solving. Together with Bozzly, Abby puts her can-do attitude to good use helping the Fuzzlies get back on track.

Is it any good?

Self-assured, gregarious Abby delights with her determined spirit and her joyful dedication to her friends. On call to her Fuzzly buddies through the watch her father gives her, Abby leaps into action to help when they call, with loyal Bozzly by her side. Together they help their friends foster their special abilities, which the Fuzzlies put to good use helping around the hotel.

Add Abby Hatcher to your circulation of shows with positive female characters who lead by example. When she goes the extra mile for a Fuzzly friend, Abby reminds kids of the joys of showing kindness to others without receiving anything but appreciation in return. This sweet, lively show is a fun pick for kids.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about Abby's character strengths. How does she demonstrate compassion and kindness to the Fuzzlies? Does a sense of curiosity help her solve problems creatively? How does it feel to be cared for as Abby cares for her friends?

  • How do the Fuzzlies use their unique talents in different jobs around the hotel in Abby Hatcher? What are some of your kids' special skills? How do they put them to use in hobbies or activities?

  • Kids: Would you like to live in a world with Fuzzlies? Despite the trouble they cause, how do they bring joy to Abby and her family? 

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