Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir

TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Pleasant Paris-set superhero story sweet fun for tweens.

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Based on 108 reviews

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Based on 306 reviews

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Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir Review

This show sure is an itch that you cannot scratch. The more time the main characters cannot tell their secret identities, the more it boils my skin! I waited patiently from Season 1 to Season 4, yet not even a single break that would calm my nerves. The show complicates everything, even the slightest thing. I'm not even sure how the complicated things will affect the children's mind when they stand on familiar simple things only. The more time I spent watching the show, the more I realized I'm just wasting my time. I cannot tolerate the main concept of the show anymore which is the elusive love life for the main characters. I kept hoping they'd eventually reveal it already but every hope I get is crushed slowly. The show works wonders in you, and then it destroys that inside you. I'm so angry at the show that I'm willing to rant here and waste my time since my time has already been wasted watching that insignificant show! That's all. Have fun watching the lousy kid-series!

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(bro why did it post on adult page) Miraculous ladybug's genre is comedy/mild romance. If your child(ren) is 11 and under and you don't want to introduce them to flirting early, I personally recommend not letting them watch (I had to learn that the hard way). If you are fine with mild (and adorable) romance then it's absolutely fine. Your child(ren), if 11 and under, could possibly be grossed out though. All in all, this is a great hit for kids, teens and young adults across the globe. Thrills and action. Comedy and flirting. Younger kids may not understand the high school crush though. Marinette's obsession and compliments with Adrien is creepy, especially in Timebreaker (won't spoil). Romance episodes i know : Weredad Oblivio Puppeteer 2 Simon Says (and more, read some reviews on kids section, one kid named all romance eps) I get bullied for watching Miraculous, but who cares? Young adults are in the MLB fandom (including my MUM but that's another story) so why is it a big fuss for me being a fan at the age of 11-12? (Yes I'm 11, 12 this year, i get grossed out easy but i still watch it) I wouldn't watch the first episode to begin with, start with the origins (stoneheart) where Ivan was akumatized and carry on with the first episode (if you come to origins again just skip it, or rewatch?) This comes to an end of my review, I hope this helps you decide but please become a miraculer today! Goodbye! Warning : Avoid Chloe Bourgouis (idk how spell)

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