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Coop & Cami Ask the World

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Family-centric show glosses over dangers of online activity.

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age 8+

Based on 14 parent reviews

age 10+

Forget the troublesome online behavior… it’s a show that glorifies dishonesty

When my daughter started watching this show I was concerned about it normalizing the idea of doing things to please followers, etc. as well as reinforcing the popular wish to become “influencers” or “YouTubers”. It wasn’t that bad in that area, but we’ve had many conversations about responsible and safe online behavior. The jokes themselves are all pretty innocuous. Coop’s friend is extremely annoying , though. However after watching many episodes with my kids it dawned on me that every single episode revolves around one or more of the characters being dishonest in some way: lying, sneaking around, pretending to be someone they’re not, doing things behind the mom’s back, the mom herself being dishonest or condoning dishonest behavior… and there is never a serious consequence or actual lesson. It’s all just part of the jokes and something to laugh about apparently. This is the reason I’m steering my kids away from this show, and also why I wouldn’t recommend for kids who are too young to have a conversation about dishonesty portrayed in this show.
age 8+

Coop and Cami Review

Great show but the jokes get old. A little predicable. Good for kids of young ages.

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (14 ):
Kids say (26 ):

Strong family-centric themes make this comedy series more than meets the eye, but families should be wary of the fancy-free messages it sends about kids' online activity. Coop and Cami are instantly appealing with their feisty but ultimately supportive relationship with each other. The fact that they work together on their show is a reminder that siblings don't always have to agree to pursue a shared goal. They have each other's backs as part of a greater family unit that has used the recent loss of its father figure to draw them closer to each other.

In light of privacy and safety issues about kids' online presence, the prominence and apparent unfettered access to Coop and Cami's online show may raise some concerns with parents. In posing their questions and uploading video imagery of their lives with nothing but positive and comical feedback, the Wrather tweens glamorize this level of media use while avoiding real-world dangers associated with it. Coop & Cami Ask the World makes for good entertainment, but it also invites (or perhaps demands) follow-up discussions with kids about online dangers to ensure their own safety.

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