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My Knight and Me

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Headstrong princess stands out in fun medieval series.

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Community Reviews

age 7+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 5+

This is an ok show.

age 8+


This cartoon's animation and visual style is good and the orchestry is well-done but this cartoon in general is just dull and forgettable. It's nothing special about this cartoon. It's just the generic go-to cartoon to watch when you're bored flipping through television. The plot of the cartoon is actually good and I like the medieval times idea but to me all of this stuff was wasted on this cartoon and now the whole topic of knights feels boring and outdated. This is definitely not the most interesting or even funnest cartoon to watch.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (1 ):

Friendship and a likable female role stand out in this lighthearted medieval story. No matter the threat facing them personally or the kingdom as a whole, this valiant father-son duo is ready to leap into action, but it's Cat who always manages to steal the show with her refusal to be defined by the expectations placed upon her because she's a princess. She's a modern model for modern girls, proving the only limitations that exist are those we put on ourselves.

And speaking of modern, My Knight and Me straddles its setting between the Dark Ages and current times as conveniences such as computers and tricked-out carriages exist for the characters. Although a bit misleading about the realities of medieval times, this heightens the sense of fantasy in these stories and facilitates even more funny adventures for the characters.

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