Lab Rats: Elite Force

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

age 7+

Bionic and superhero teens team up in fun Disney sequel.

Parents say

age 11+

Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 7+

Based on 23 reviews

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age 9+

[HAS SPOILERS] A little more violent then the last spinoff and the Original show.

I honestly love this show. When the First Episode Aired I got really excited. There's obviously a lot of violence,So they'll probably be a few deaths. Adam And Leo Aren't in it and they're the main "Humor Guys." I hated how Adam always picked on Chase on his size so I liked that. I hate Mighty Med but I like how they changed their characters so they're More Serious. It's only had 12 Episodes so far so I can't really, "Review it." There's also a lot of good messages. The most harsh language you'll see is "Stupid," and more. Oliver also has a crush on Skylar, and *SPOILER ALERT* They kiss after, "Home Sweet Home."

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Great messages
Too much violence
age 12+

Lab Rats 2.0

As a big fan of Lab rats and mighty med I was sad to hear they were being cancelled till I learned about this show. Lab Rats Elite Force brings back a lot of the same feel. As the transition happened we lost 2 great characters in Leo and Adam which sometimes could be really felt missed. The show is the same as any children's tv show with jokes and story. Except for the first 2 or 3 episodes might be a little frightening for kids under 10. Any ways the show has great role models who randomly the next episode change their minds which bugs me out a lot. They don't respect any of the adults in the show in which they should. And Putting 2 beautiful girls in skin tight latex outfits for a show meant for 12-13 year olds is pushing it. As Bree is the most inappropriate person In the show with by the way she acts about boys and the surprising clothes she wears making you think is this really a Disney show. Which I'm sure the directors really wanted boys going to puberty come back and watch every time. With they're excuse being mom it's only Disney but really they're just watching to see 2 great girls wearing latex suits.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much sex

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