Parents' Guide to

Intertwined

By Ashley Moulton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Fun coming-of-age musical with a time-travel twist.

TV Disney+ Drama 2021
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Tweens and teens will love the time-traveling twist Intertwined adds to the familiar "parents just don't understand" storyline in classic coming-of-age media. The Eleven O' Clock company is putting on the musical Freaky Friday, but instead of switching bodies with her mom like the plot of the play, Allegra gets to be her mom's 1994 contemporary and become her friend. Time-traveling is always a fun conceit and it's well-executed here. Kids can revel in the 90s fashion sense that has come back into vogue in the 2020s. Performing arts fanatics will love the dancing and singing throughout, though English-speakers may be disappointed that the songs are not dubbed into English like the dialogue is. Allegra is a relatable character, and kids will want to keep watching to find out how the series ends. The story is a great reminder for kids to have empathy for their parents' struggles (and, ahem, vice versa).

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