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By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Tween-friendly show heavily promotes home channel's series.

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Tweens will enjoy this fast-paced show that centers on pop culture and keeps them up to date on current trends and the hottest names in entertainment and sports. Willman is a truly dynamic host who ensures that there's never a dull moment onscreen, and viewers will like his humor, easygoing style, and occasional magic tricks.

Hubworld's biggest sticking point is that its primary goal is to promote The Hub's own shows. If your kids do tune in, there's a good chance they'll want to check out some of the series whose clips they see featured in recap or promotional segments, so if you're looking to limit their TV watching, there just might be too much temptation to make this a worthwhile choice. What's more, it also endorses current trends in entertainment and fashion, which might also influence your tweens' likes and dislikes.

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