Parents' Guide to

Nickelodeon's Unfiltered

By Ashley Moulton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Guess mystery celebs' identities on funny game show.

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Kids into pop culture will love this silly game show. Host Jay Pharoah is hilarious with his rapid-fire pop culture references, the kid contestants are likable, and the celebrity guests are great sports. Nickelodeon's Unfiltered was conceived and originally produced during the COVID-19 pandemic, so all actors are shot in front of a green screen and recorded remotely. The show has fun with this limitation: A ton of '90s internet-inspired graphics pop up throughout. It feels very current for Gen Z in the time of the pandemic (one graphic reads "2020 is canceled"). There is copious use of Snapchat-style video filters, and segments are presented in meme-worthy ways. It's fun and funny, and a clever way to make fresh content while Hollywood's production has ground to a halt.

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