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Johnny Test (2021)

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Imaginative reboot has STEM stuff, some fantasy violence.

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Fun and imaginative, this reboot of the iconic series, which ran from 2005-2014, stays true to the original. The animation is smoother and some of the familiar sound effects are gone, but thanks to voice actors like James Arnold Taylor and Trevor Devall reprising their roles as Johnny and Dukey, fans of the original will still find it familiar. Some of Johnny's former pals-slash-rivals still make appearances, too. But young viewers new to the franchise who like these sorts of stories will find the updated Johnny Test entertaining.

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