Just... beautiful. Absolutely beautiful.
I am about to graduate from high school, and I grew up in the days when we had shows like Suite Life of Zack and Cody, Wizards of Waverly Place, Kim Possible, Hannah Montana, That's So Raven, list goes on. I grew up with old Disney, but I can't help but have a thing for some of their new shows too. Good Luck Charlie and Austin and Ally are my favorites, because they both have great plots, great acting and are both relatable, funny, cute and have very likable and multi-layered characters and good messages without being preachy, and even amazing music and beautiful romantic undertones. I love those two shows, but I have mixed feelings about Shake It Up, Jessie and ANT Farm (I don't outright hate them, but they're very hit or miss and have some very obvious flaws). But ever since Dog with a Blog, Disney Channel seemed to be going downhill dramatically with horrible shows such as Liv and Maddie, KC Undercover, Best Friends Whenever and Bizaardvark. But Disney Channel is starting to redeem themselves with Andi Mack. It takes risks and tackles themes that preteens and teens can relate to like identity and teen pregnancy, has beautiful ethnic diversity between the characters, Peyton Lee (Andi's actress) is adorable and she shows real potential as an actress, same with the rest of the cast. Terri Minsky, who created this show (the creator of Lizzie McGuire, which I'm sure 80's, 90's and 2000's kids all remember) clearly put a lot of time and effort into this show, the writers clearly put a lot of time and effort into this show and on top of that, the visual effects (the ones used in the intro), camerawork and cinematography look absolutely gorgeous. But as amazing as this show is, I really think you may want to give your kids the sex talk before they watch this show, because a key element of the plot is that Bex had Andi when she was a teenager and was very likely promiscuous, so that your children understand the consequences of teen sex. But other than that, do I recommend this show? Absolutely!
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