A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Be yourself, even if others around you don't support you. Work together to achieve goals.
Positive Role Models
Kitty is passionate and also kind and supportive of his friend Orc.
Orc is counter-stereotypical in that he loves sewing and fashion design. Voice actors are Black and White.
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Violence & Scariness
Lots of cartoonish violence. Kitty was born to battle, so many episodes revolve around fights and boss battles against enemies. Characters are trampled, fall, and appear to die, but no one ends up hurt in the end.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Orc mentions dating and meeting someone.
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
The orcs drink what appears to be beer or ale.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Battle Kitty is an interactive adventure series about a cute little kitty and his best friend, Orc (both characters are voiced by show creator Matt Layzell). The two travel through their futuristic medieval world fighting enemies and exploring. When Kitty gets agitated, his powers are activated. There's not a lot of interactivity within individual episodes, but there is a map where viewers can choose what they want to watch; they aren't able to access certain episodes until they've collected "keys" by watching others, not unlike completing video game quests. Expect lots of cartoonish violence with an edge: Most of the orc characters are big, scary, and mean; Battle Kitty gets electrocuted in a pool, and characters are trampled. Language includes "butts," "big poo-head," and "booty," and there's fart humor. Orcs drink what looks like beer or ale.
Is It Any Good?
This edgy series doesn't quite know who its audience is, or why it's interactive -- that said, it's still a fun romp through a goofball kingdom. Unlocking episodes feels a little more like a chore than a game, but kids will find the relationship between the unlikely friends charming (while parents may not love the potty humor).
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