A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Violence & Scariness
Battles with supernatural creatures.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this program includes some suspenseful situations with scary ghosts and demons. Most viewers will enjoy it, but it might be too intense for kids who are easily spooked or still uncertain about the line between fantasy and reality.
Is It Any Good?
Despite Uncle's best efforts to educate his companions about the magical dangers all about them, Jade's impulsive behavior often puts everybody in danger, and Jackie's low-key heroism must save the day. In one episode, on a visit to Uncle's hometown in China, they meet evil spirits trapped in a mirror who turn humans into their worst fears when set free. On another adventure, while at school in Australia, Jade takes a field trip to a haunted house, and her teacher is accidentally possessed by a sky demon's chi, or life force.
We see Jackie's martial arts abilities mostly in stunts rather than combat, and battles with supernatural forces are as often won by clever tricks as by brute force. (A scary demon, for example, is lured into a pile of mousetraps.) Lighthearted, entertaining, suspenseful, and humorous, this show may not be deep, but it's a lot of fun.
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