Parents' Guide to

Miles from Tomorrowland

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Family's tot-friendly adventures are out of this world.

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

Community Reviews

age 5+

Based on 5 parent reviews

age 3+

Great show with positive message

Our 3 year old loves this show and we love watching with him (He loves space so it's a great show at his level). We like that it's about a family that works together to help others. There aren't really any "bad guys" in the first 2 seasons, and they are usually trying to solve problems instead of fighting a foe. The 3rd season changes to Mission Force one and it grows up the kids. They are now on a mission with friends and there is a "bad guy" they are trying to stop. I'd say the 3rd season is for 5+but my son still likes it but we prefer him to watch the family's adventures
age 3+

Loved EST 2015

Miles has great show. Loretta and Phoebe are adorable and cute at same time. Sleet's Iclings are funny because there brainless (because there ice and Sleet is the smart one), Nemix makes an awsoume villain. I feel Mission Force One was a little dark for some reason, and there where dark moments to since Nemix may terrifies some kids. Miles, despite dimwited sometimes, is fun loving, and may be a good role model. Humor is funny to like Clrek. Lessons are good too because one episode Miles thanks Loretta for being a big sister and hugs her nicely, and another teaches that everyone is different and has something special about them. I felt sad to see it go, but it will always remain in my memories.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (5 ):
Kids say (6 ):

Brimming with adventures too big to be confined to Earth, this series encourages kids to look to the sky with a new sense of wonder, and that's just what the show's creators had in mind when they developed its STEM-based, NASA-approved content. With science and technology experts consulting behind the scenes and Disney working its typical magic in designing Miles from Tomorrowland 's visual appeal, it's hard to go wrong with this preschool-targeted show.

But inspiring curiosity about the final frontier is only part of the story, and parents will like the show's hearty messages about family camaraderie even better. The Callistos are a fun bunch, especially at play, but their relationships are marked by the occasional dose of reality as well. Miles and Loretta aren't always the best of friends, but they prove their worth to each other when needed. Juxtaposed against big adventures are more low-key scenes of the family sharing a meal and planning their day. These simpler moments serve to remind kids that, although adventures on a grand scale are great, coming home to loved ones is a joy as well.

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