Parents' Guide to

Planet Sheen

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Jimmy Neutron's pal takes on final frontier; fun for kids.

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

Community Reviews

age 7+

Based on 10 parent reviews

age 6+

Next to Fanboy and ChumChum, WORST NICKTOON EVER!!!

Even when I first saw the commercial I knew it was going to be bad! Why did they give Sheen a show?! It's totally stupid! The people of Jimmy Neutron should have made a show about Ultra Lord(Sheen's favorite superhero). That would have been a better idea! Next to Fanboy and ChumChum, this is the worst Nicktoon ever! It used to be on Nick, but now it's on Nicktoons. Do you know why? BECAUSE NO ONE IS WATCHING IT!!! Common Sense, you really need to have your reviewers checked up, because you obviously don't know a good show when you see one! How many times do I have to say that?!

This title has:

Too much violence
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age 7+

This Show Doesn't Have Good Quality

I Dislike The Bathroom Jokes. It's Like Out Of Jimmy's Head Mixed With Adventures Of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius. And Also Sheen Literally Is Annoying And Also Tries To Look For Bathroom. This Show Is A Disappointing Spinoff It's Also Like The Patrick Star Show Or Out Of Jimmy's Head Mixed with Adventures Of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius Sheen Is Also An Idiot.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (10 ):
Kids say (39 ):

Jimmy Neutron fans will recognize Sheen as the boy genius' friend with a penchant for accidental trouble and lucky fix-alls. Now that he's the focal point of his own show, there are a lot more nonsensical goings-on and irrational resolutions ... but kids certainly won't mind, since it makes for truly funny predicaments. True, there's some cartoon violence -- mostly the doing of inept villain Dorkus -- but humor always supersedes any realistic angst.

Aside from plentiful potty humor (comments about urination, farting noises, etc.) and a hefty dose of unreality, there's nothing really offensive about the show. But there's equally little content of value, so Planet Sheen ultimately makes a better TV treat than a meal.

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