Parents' Guide to

Littlest Pet Shop: A World of Our Own

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Commercialism, bad behavior hamper animated series.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 5+

Based on 8 parent reviews

age 5+

Greatest show ever made and if you don't like it shut up
age 4+

This show is the worst show I've ever seen.

This show is the worst crap I've ever seen. This is an insult to the 2012 series. Which is better than this. They replaced all the characters, and replace them with characters that look like they're drugged up OC. If I was locked in a room and someone had to ask me what shows would I rather watch and the second choice was Littlest Pet Shop world of Our own. I much rather be stuck watching SpongeBob SquarePants, dude what would happen?, Paw patrol, and the adventures of Jimmy neutron boy genius then this. The first time I saw the show I wanted to throw up. This is Discovery families teen Titans Go! This show makes me want to get hit by SUV. This show is a joke.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (8 ):
Kids say (10 ):

These cute pets and their swanky digs will appeal to kids familiar with the Littlest Pet Shop toys especially, but it does little to challenge the notion that it's an extended commercial for the brand. The stories are mostly formulaic, and the characters, though diverse in personality, are mostly one-dimensional in their dominant traits (comic relief, exuberance, positivity, nervousness, etc.). The snobby, cliquey behavior of Roxie's social enemies doesn't help the show's cause much, either, given its young target audience.

Kids who do watch Littlest Pet Shop: A World of Our Own can -- with some guidance, perhaps -- pick up on the occasional moment or two with a learning twist of sorts, especially during Roxie's self-reflection. Often when she's faced with a choice between behavior that would impress others and behavior that she knows is right, the situations are relatable enough to real life that viewers can learn something from her process and eventual decision.

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