Just Roll with It

TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 6+

Family-friendly themes, laughs sell sitcom/improv series.

Parents say

age 6+

Based on 1 review

Kids say

age 8+

Based on 5 reviews

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age 6+

Anyone older than 12 will probably not like this show

I'm turning 21 in a few months and I'm not the target audience for this show, but that doesn't mean Disney Channel shouldn't at least try to make shows that appeal to older audiences as well as kids. I give the show credit for a non-stereotyped, racially diverse, blended family, as well as Rachel and Byron breaking gender stereotypes, and the actors do seem to be at least trying, but my praise for the show ends there. Just Roll With It tried too hard to be funny and instead ended up being annoying, obnoxious and overly hyperactive. I found myself cringing and thinking, "What the hell did I just see?" instead of laughing. You probably won't find a child older than 12 wanting to sit through this show. Disney Channel canceled Andi Mack, an actual quality show with themes that kids are never too young to learn about, due to complaints from Donald Trump fawning mothers, but they're promoting Just Roll With It? Honestly, Andi Mack, Raven's Home, Sydney to the Max and Stuck in the Middle are the only quality sitcoms Disney Channel has made in recent years, but with the exception of those shows, the network hasn't had a good quality sitcom since Austin and Ally.

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