A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Themes of patience, teamwork, and compassion are prevalent.
Positive Role Models
Wammawick is a former shaman student who never completed her training. The shamans encourage her to continue on the path despite her fears.
Violence & Scariness
Characters are swept away by tornados. Mentions of war and crushing skulls.
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Potty humor including farting and "butt-related" jokes.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Centaurworld is an animated musical series about a horse who's lost in a world of Centaurs. The show is full of wacky characters with quirky magical powers who can't always stay focused but have good hearts. The centaurs have powers like the ability to become handsome for eight seconds, shoot tiny versions of themselves from their hooves, and other silly magical spells that will delight young children. There's some potty humor in the form of farting, and words like "butt" are used. Violence is minimal, but there are descriptions of war.
Is It Any Good?
Bouncy music, wacky characters and an intriguing storyline make this dynamic series a solid pick for families who love a little music with their adventure. Centaurworld's dimension is full of bubbly creatures without a care in the world, but Horse comes from a war-torn land and is on a serious mission. Despite its ultra-quirky character design and silly magic, the contrary lifestyles and ideologies of Horse versus the centaurs give this series depth. The members of Wammawick's herd are easily distractable, bordering on the annoying, but she and Horse learn important lessons about leadership, fearlessness, and compassion along their journey. This character development along with Glenn and Hilty's beautiful Broadway-level vocals make for a fun watch.
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