Parents' Guide to

D'Myna Leagues

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

'Toon has good messages but strikes out on engaging plot.

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This cartoon finds a niche in its baseball focus, but it really strikes out on maintaining a compelling plot. The stories are formulaic, and with the exception of some memorable guest characters, it's a lot of repetitive content from one episode to the next. Radcliffe is always out to interfere with the team's success, Rip Hickory is always lecturing about teamwork before individual pursuits, and the Mungo brothers are always getting themselves into trouble. The all-animal cast gives it a fun angle, but the plot really falls short.

On the bright side, the show's positive messages about selflessness, teamwork, and responsibility are the one repetition parents will appreciate. Granted, they're pretty solidly geared toward baseball and team dynamics, but with some help from you, kids can apply them to other areas of their lives. The bottom line? There are other shows out there with more substance for kids, but if this one strikes yours, at least there's something good to come of the mostly mediocre content.

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