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By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Magic, fantasy, and a girl band make for fun series.

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age 8+

Based on 25 parent reviews

age 7+


I loved this show! If you are a child at heart, you will too! I just heard about Talia saying “Hell yeah.” And I have watched this show 3 times already! Seriously, all these parents fussing about it! It isn’t a bad word. People these days are too sensitive. Anyway, the songs are fun and catchy and the designs are so cute and lovable! I really hope we get a season 3❤️

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age 4+

Great show recommend for kids

I have watched this whole show with my kids and their is nothing wrong with it I don't know want the world some of the reviewers live in but my strict christian upbringing never mentioned "hell yeah" as a swear word i'm genuinely confused about some of these reviews and romance if you don't want your children watching relationships and kissing then they obviously aren't allowed to watch a single Disney/Pixar/Dreamworks movie. So with that out of the way I will summarise the show consists of good morals constantly being stated and usual each episode revolves around lolirock helping someone in need and the story is written pretty well it's quite an enjoyable show and your kids will love it!

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (25):
Kids say (60):

As heroines go, kids could do worse than this trio of teen dynamos who are talented (musically and magically), altruistic, and devoted to the worthy cause of freeing their realms. As with so many hero/heroine stories, this necessitates a hefty dose of duplicity on the part of the good gals, who must guard their secret (i.e., lie) even from the people closest to them, but that's a prerequisite for this kind of displaced-magical-being tale. What's good to know is that Iris especially is motivated by kindness and compassion, which unlocks her most powerful magic: love.

Magic crystals, oracle gems, nefarious villains, and a newbie heroine learning the ropes of her powers make for an entertaining series overall. At the same time, the dual storyline feels a little awkward and forced at times, and one has to wonder whether promoting the show's music is a motivation in the setup. Either way, LOLIROCK will garner some fans among kids, especially those with a soft spot for tales of magical kingdoms and unwitting princesses.

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