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By Ashley Moulton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Uplifting docuseries hits all the high notes; mild language.

Choir TV Show: Black teenagers from the Detroit Youth Choir sing on stage

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Choir isn't exactly breaking new ground in terms of subject matter or format, but it's a joyful watch nonetheless. The kids featured in the series are delightful and talented; it's impossible not to root for them in their singing and life pursuits. Mr. White is a commanding presence and a great example of the positive impact teachers and coaches can have on kids. It's fun to watch kids in the Detroit Youth Choir excel at performing, countering typical inner-city Detroit narratives while they do it. Choir is a great watch for the whole family, even if no one in your house can carry a tune.

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