Parents' Guide to

Paradise Run

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Entertaining competition show great whole-family viewing.

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If you can look past the fact that the show's setting doubles as a commercial for the beautiful host resort, this isn't a bad choice for family entertainment. The tasks challenge players physically and mentally, and they have to get along and work through their missteps without getting frustrated at each other. For teams of siblings and friends, that's not always an easy thing to do.

Nickelodeon alum Daniella Monet will entice some kids to check out Paradise Run, but she doesn't sell the show. The focus is on the kids and how they work through the ups and downs of the competition, and this has good messages about fair play, teamwork, and perseverance. Plus, there's no shortage of beautiful scenery in this little corner of paradise.

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