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Junk Drawer Magical Adventures

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Comedy, magic, tutorials make for refreshingly unique show.

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Houdinis-in-training Walker and Akira expand on their Junk Drawer Magic success in this scripted series that sees them taking their magic beyond the walls of the kitchen. The parlor tricks are fairly hokey -- Akira enchants eyes on the back of her head, Walker turns into a ghost, etc. -- and there's little reason to fear any actual scares. Even the supernatural creatures that appear look like they're costumed for a middle school play and not a terribly scary kids show. There's a refreshing innocence to the series, even if it does trend toward the campy.

The unique format in Junk Drawer Magical Adventures blends a traditional comedy series with the magic tutorials for which Walker and Akira have become known on YouTube. Some of the tricks of the trade they share are repeats from Junk Drawer Magic, but all of them are simultaneously impressive and surprisingly simple to replicate. This innocuous series is a fun pick for kids that's a welcome departure from the routine TV lineup.

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