Molang

TV review by
Polly Conway, Common Sense Media
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Animal buddies explore their world in delightful series.

Parents say

age 4+
Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 3+
Based on 2 reviews

A lot or a little?

The parents' guide to what's in this TV show.

Educational Value

The series is intended to entertain, not educate. 

Positive Messages

Friendship, generosity, and the importance of having fun are all highlighted. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

Molang and Piu Piu are great friends and treat each other with kindness, laughing through all their adventures. 

Violence & Scariness
Sexy Stuff
Consumerism
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Molang is a sweet, short show about a very cute bunny and his friend, a chick named Piu Piu. The adventures of these two know no bounds, as they explore their pastel-colored world and keep each other entertained. There's very little dialogue, but what is spoken is a gibberish language only known by the characters. Families and kids (and maybe some teens!) who like very cute things (Hello Kitty, etc) will be enchanted by Molang's adventures -- each three-minute episode is a light and entertaining treat. 

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Parent of an infant year old Written byHolly R. March 15, 2018

Cute!!!

To the parent that complains that the characters do not talk: it helps kids understand body language and facial expressions! That's just as important if no... Continue reading
Parent Written byMargie B. December 1, 2017

No Dialogue encourages kids to not speak

Shows like these keep children glued to the TV but don't have dialogue and have no educational value. They show a story or event that happens and use their... Continue reading
Teen, 16 years old Written byAnnaCR09 December 19, 2017

Imagination

This is actually a good show even if I’m 16! It doesn’t really have them speak in English so it gives kids that don’t speak whatever language Molang speaks, a c... Continue reading
Teen, 17 years old Written byOtisray123 July 17, 2018

Perfect for all ages

I'm a kid at heart, and this adorable show is perfect for all ages.It celebrates friendship,kindness,and adventure. So what if they babble instead of usin... Continue reading

What's the story?

Rotund bunny MOLANG and his constant companion, the energetic chick Piu Piu, are best friends living in a pastel-colored world. They go on lots of adventures, sometimes with a crew of more animal buddies, doing activities like learning to wrangle sheep at a farm, trying to entertain a bored goldfish, or backpacking to the top of a mountain to enjoy the flowers. Almost anything is possible for Molang, and even though there's no dialogue (characters speak in gibberish but it's easy to understand what they're talking about), there are lots of giggles as he and Piu Piu explore the many ways to have fun with friends. 

Is it any good?

This sweet, bubbly, and energetic series will entertain both preschoolers and older kids who love cute things. The animation is simple but colorful, in the style of Hello Kitty or Miffy (another popular white bunny!), and it's fun to watch the characters visit all kinds of locales (the beach, a cowboy ranch, etc) or find activities in their own home. The absurd humor, mostly based in physical comedy, is giggle-inducing, like the time Molang and Piu Piu try to entertain their sad goldfish with a little boat, some extra bubbles, and finally, a disco party. While the episodes are very short, they're a nice little treat for families who want to watch something light and uncomplicated. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about friendship. What do Molang and Piu Piu like about each other? Do you have friends you can have adventures with? 

  • Families can talk about TV shows with no dialogue. How do you understand what's going on? How is body language used?

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