Parents' Guide to

Power Rangers Zeo

By KJ Dell Antonia, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Power Rangers post-Morphin.

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age 9+

Based on 1 parent review

age 9+

Power Rangers not for younger kids

I let my almost 6 year old daughter watch it and although I do think that it does promote the positive message of good winning over evil and that girls and boys are equally as powerful, I found that it made her aggressive. I won't let her watch it again until she's older even though she loves it.

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Too much violence

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
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The Power Rangers series is a fairly mild introduction to the action movie-style violence we take for granted in everything from television programs to video games to commercials. But if it's your children's first step beyond Noggin et al, you'll probably see a difference in the way they play post Ranger viewing. Swords, slashing, and kicking will rule the day for a while.

Power Rangers Zeo always includes a comic subplot to go along with the battle of the day, but it's funny only for the youngest and least sophisticated viewers. This isn't really family programming -- it's pretty painful for anyone over 12 -- it's TV as junk food, designed to sell Power Rangers Halloween costumes and action figures.

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