Parents' Guide to

Incredible Crew

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Nick Cannon's mild sketch comedy will entertain kids.

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age 12+

Based on 14 parent reviews

age 7+

Very Underrated Show, Its Actually Amazing

Don't bother reading those low star reviews. I have watched Incredible Crew since it came out on Cartoon Network in 2013, and I watched every episode. The sketches are hilarious, and clean too. The show is very comedic, and doesn't have anything bad. It does not deserve the bad reviews it gets. Seriously, people need to calm down and realize its a KIDS show, and stop being so oversensitive. The comments about wasting food and clothing are quite redundant. Tons of shows do that and don't get complaints. TV nowadays isn't as clean as this, I really wish people weren't so harsh on the show. I was disappointed when there was no Season 2, all because of the bad reviews. This show is amazing, and it didn't deserve to be cancelled.

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age 11+

best show ever I hope it comes back on cartoon network. I love this show when I was a little boy. BEST SHOW EVER

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Is It Any Good?

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Created by entertainment mogul Nick Cannon, Incredible Crew moves at a fast clip through skits and pranks that are relevant to what's important in young viewers' lives. Whether it's putting a cool spin on cruising through town in your mom's minivan or mocking fads like friendship bracelets and hair accessories, these sketches are sure to have your kids in stitches.

Its production value lags behind Disney's So Random!, and there's the obvious omission of live performances by guest musicians, but Incredible Crew makes the most of clever writing and a well-rounded cast. It doesn't break any new ground, but it does offer families 30 minutes of funny programming that bypasses iffy content in favor of parodies based on some simple concepts.

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