Pablo the Little Red Fox

TV review by
Natascha Crandall, Common Sense Media
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Curious critter loves to explore, sometimes makes trouble.

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Educational Value

While there is nothing overtly educational about this series, it does feature some great social interactions between Pablo and his siblings and other animals in the area. They help one another out and generally look out for each other, which is very positive.

Positive Messages

The characters work together and play together as we witness little snippets from their day. While there may be a bit of a “I’m better than you” in some episodes, these moments are not overt and do not get to the point of bragging or showing off in order to prove one’s worth.  

Positive Role Models & Representations

Pablo is the main character, and has a very sweet disposition. He gets into trouble but this is on his own doing in his quest for independence and curiosity. 

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Pablo the Little Red Fox is preschool series is about a little fox who makes (and learns from) his mistakes. It's just long enough to tell a sweet story but not always able to go deeper into the plot to discover the outcomes of Pablo's blunders. Humans aren't seen in the show, but they're talked about, and Pablo is aware that he needs to stay clear of them for his own safety.

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Kid, 12 years old April 4, 2018

Good show will entertain little kids, so I recommend it to young viewers.

Good yet unique animation style. Pablo the Little Red Fox is a fun show that young children will love. There are positive role models; like helping each other o... Continue reading

What's the story?

PABLO THE LITTLE RED FOX, along with his two siblings, plays and has fun in his neighborhood. Sometimes the neighborhood cat, Finbar, gets involved as well. Pablo loves exploring and testing his independence; however, sometimes his curiosity gets the best of him and his innocent intentions lead to trouble.

Is it any good?

This sweet series features short adventures with simple, brightly-colored animation. The characters in Pablo the Little Red Fox are a diverse group of animals that all interact in this city-like environment. While they may be different, they all get along and work to help each other.  

The stories are a good display of how leaping without looking can get you into trouble. For example, when Pablo destroys a house, it's not out of malice, but because he didn’t know that the chandelier wouldn’t hold him or that the room's toys would come to life, surprising him and causing him to knock over a bookshelf. Pablo is a fox, after all, and a fox is a wild animal!

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about how Pablo makes a mess of the human world in Pablo the Little Red Fox, but never means to. Sometimes it is important to look at why someone does something and not what they do -- that will often give you insight into the kind of person that they are. Have you ever tried to do something good only to have it backfire?

  • Kids: What would you do if you came home and saw a mess that Pablo caused. Would you get mad at him? Why or why not? Who are Pablo’s friends? How do you know?

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