Parents' Guide to

Get Out of My Room

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Fun siblings-geared renovation show requires reality check.

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What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

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age 5+

Based on 6 parent reviews

age 6+

Question: Can the show Get out of my room ?

Can the show Get out of my room redesign my little brothers room ? He’s 6 years old. But he doesn’t share a room with his older brother older sister. He’s the youngest in the family. We all have our own bedrooms, so no one shares a room. We all have our own rooms. But what I really want to ask is ? Can Get out of my room TV show redesign just his bedroom without everyone else moving rooms ? That would be my parents, my older brother, and me. Only my little brother would get the new room design.

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age 4+

Wow!! Amazing work Universal Kids!!

My kids are OBSESSED with this show! For my daughters 6th birthday, she wished that Claire and JbJ came to our house and played “dolly’s” with her! I would definitely recommend this show for any of your young kids, that understand it!! AMAZING WORK UNIVERSAL KIDS!

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (6 ):
Kids say (7 ):

Renovation shows might not be a big draw for kids' screen time, but this one has a fighting chance because of its focus on tweens and the relatable issue of the challenges of shared living space. Given the chance for a dream room makeover, these siblings take full advantage and seem to really enjoy the process of helping design for each other. Herein lies a subtle bonus for the show; even though both siblings are beneficiaries of the renovations, each remains focused on the other's finished product until the big reveal at the end, keeping the spirit of giving rather than receiving at the forefront.

That said, Get Out of My Room requires a reality check for those who watch and might be inspired by the seemingly instantaneous transformations. These are projects with a sizable budget that's never mentioned, a full construction/design crew that's never seen, and a project timeline that's never defined, all of which makes the process seem a lot easier than it really is. Don't be surprised if your kids are inspired by the possibilities this series presents, but know that renovations on this scale aren't within every family's abilities.

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