Parents' Guide to

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Spunky book heroine continues to delight in animated show.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 5+

Based on 44 parent reviews

age 3+
worst show ever, half the houses in the town are pink and even the FISH are pink, pinkalicious is also a spoiled brat who bosses everyone around shes so annoying and doesnt take "no" for an answer never watch!
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age 4+

Most annoying show ever

This show is the very bane of my existence. I loathe this show with every fiber of my being. I despise it with the fire of a thousand suns. The biggest reason for this is how ridiculous the made-up words are, like 'pink-a-perfect'. If they at least used words that made sense with 'pink', like 'pink-tastic', it wouldn't be so bad. But they don't. Instead they throw in ridiculous made-up words and everything has to be pink this and pink that. Drives me nuts. I would watch Caillou over this any day.
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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (44):
Kids say (38):

Pinkalicious' exuberance translates well from print to screen. As in the books, she can be a little naughty and occasionally inspire similar behavior in others around her, and her consequences (or lack thereof) aren't exactly realistic. But her impulsiveness can also be endearing and relatable to kids with similar tendencies, and to some degree to the grown-ups who love them. Pinkalicious excels in encouraging creative thought and self-expression. Her adventures always have an artsy angle, from impromptu music performances to more general appreciation of colors (especially pink!), and imagination is central to her experiences. With original music featured in each episode, Pinkalicious & Peterrific is an engaging series that's most fun for fans of the books.

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