Milo Murphy's Law

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

age 6+

Unlucky teen's fortune lies in friendship, positive outlook.

Parents say

age 6+

Based on 5 reviews

Kids say

age 7+

Based on 30 reviews

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Community Reviews

age 6+

Not really as popular as Phineas but 1 of Disney’s best underrated gems!

Good Disney show! I was one of the first people to watch the first ep before it made its actual premiere on TV! I mean sure it says it’s still going on, but something is beginning to tell me that this show ended after 2 seasons (The usual for Saturday morning cartoon). I’m glad that the creators of “Phineas” weren’t done with Disney yet! And you know what they said in the music video, if you like that show you’ll like this too!
age 5+

Only 3 stars because of season 1

I enjoyed this show for the first couple of episodes the songs were catchy and it was charming. Not anymore. Ever since Phineas and Ferb joined this show has gone down hill. To make it even worse Dr. D is a reoccurring character. Its like they ran out of ideas, its like they only came up with the gimmick and didn't know what else to do so they decided to use their other very successful show in order to gasp viewers attention. This show is not funny nor charming anymore its just annoying. The inspiration is gone and its apparent. There's also a bunch of continuity issues which before this show even aired the creators said that it wouldn't be like phineas and ferb that it would have more of a storyline. I have yet to see this. So disappointing.

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