A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series asserts that Big Foots are not legendary creatures, but real beings.
Positive Role Models
The eccentric team is convinced of the existence of Big Foots, and they believe that they have evidence to confirm this. Indigenous groups whose cultures embrace these creatures' existence discuss the importance of respecting this species.
Violence & Scariness
Witnesses describe Big Foots as being scary looking and potentially dangerous due to their size. Reconstructed images of the creature are often loud and frightening.
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Occasional curses are "bleeped."
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Products & Purchases
Apple computers are visible, but car logos are blurred.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this series proports to confirm the existence of Big Foots. It contains re-creations of creature sightings and witness accounts that may be scary for young kids. Occasional strong language is "bleeped," and Apple computers are visible.
Is It Any Good?
Unlike other series about Big Foots and other legendary creatures, Finding Bigfoot goes beyond speculating about their existence to discussing the existence of the large hairy creatures as if it is scientific fact. While the team admits that much of the physical evidence they collect is circumstantial, they consistently declare that what they are finding is credible, and therefore regularly confirm their existence.
Dramatic images and recreations of Big Foot sightings are plenty here, but none of them seem to offer anything substantive. Meanwhile, the team's constant explanations for everything they see, hear, and do, make them seem like they are trying too hard to be convincing. Those who believe in the existence of Sasquatches will find the series informative, but non-believers will find it hard to take what is being presented here seriously.
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