Punky Brewster (2021)

TV review by Polly Conway, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 12+

Quirky kid grows up in more mature classic sitcom reboot.

Parents say

age 9+

Based on 7 reviews

Kids say

age 11+

Based on 1 review

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age 14+

great leads in the show esp Hannah and Izzy.

Okay what i liked about this show was the the characters Izzy and Hannah they are they two greatest parts of this show, wish they had more stories on them then the lead Character also how it got cancelled after one season on Peacock was a shame I wanted to know what would happen to Izzy who is great in the show. all we know is she was abandoned by her Mother, who did not show up in court the only problem is with Izzy is she is a white Sox fan Laughing. also I had saw some of the original series do not like that version as much as this version accept the episodes with Judith Eva Barsi who is a guest star in season 2 changes R.I.P. Sweet Angel.

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age 8+

Great Show

I didn't grow up watching the original show, but I've seen a few episodes online and it was awesome. Soleil Moon Frye doesn't disappoint in this show.

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