Remy and Boo

TV review by
Ashley Moulton, Common Sense Media
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Sweet preschool show has great social-emotional lessons.

Parents say

age 8+
Based on 1 review

Kids say

age 6+
Based on 2 reviews

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A lot or a little?

The parents' guide to what's in this TV show.

Educational Value

Simple social-emotional lessons that are clear for a young audience.

Positive Messages

Each episode focuses on a lesson like taking responsibility for your mistakes or the importance of taking naps.

Positive Role Models

Remy is a great role model because she admits when she makes a mistake and tries to make things better. She is very relatable to young kids.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Remy and Boo is a sweet show for very young kids about the friendship between a girl (Remy) and her adorable pink robot (Boo). The storylines are simple and easy to follow, and each episode emphasizes a social-emotional lesson like taking responsibility for your mistakes or making sure that you take naps. Remy and Boo is a great show that preschoolers will love and parents can feel good about.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Adult Written byRgreenwald December 6, 2020

Worth watching

This show is created by Matthew Fernandes (Kingdom Force, Top Wing).
It has a relationship between two friends, Remy and Boo, who live in a seaside town.
Kid, 9 years old May 4, 2021

For little kids

It’s for toddlers and little kids.. nothing inappropriate it has lessons and all that stuff. Honestly a baby could watch this. Ima rate this 5 just cuz mah sist... Continue reading
Kid, 11 years old December 26, 2020

What's the story?

Remy is an adventurous six-year-old girl with a can-do spirit who lives in the seaside town of Dolphin Bay. Her sidekick is her puffy pink robot-dog Boo, who is there for her when she needs "snuzzles" or a gadget from his robot backpack. Remy's grandpa Pappy and curmudgeonly neighbor Mr. Periwinkle are often around, as are Remy's parents, who own an ice cream shop in town. Remy and Boo's curiosity often gets them into preschool-level-trouble. Remy skips her nap because she's so excited to watch the meteor shower, or Boo goes around Dolphin Bay stamping paint on things that don't belong to him. They learn from their mistakes together, and set things right by the end of each episode.

Is it any good?

Remy and Boo is a super-cute show for young kids that does a great job of teaching life lessons. Robot dog Boo is one of the cutest characters on preschool TV today, with his marshmallowy pink body and playful personality. He recharges by taking naps or by getting "snuzzles" from Remy (how adorable is that!).

Beyond the cute-factor, this show teaches social-emotional skills to preschoolers through simple storylines that even young kids will understand. Remy and Boo doesn't quite match the gold-standard level of social-emotional learning in Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, but it's clear that storylines are written with child development in mind. In general, kids at this age aren't very good at learning lessons from stories, so kids will benefit from parents reinforcing the message after they watch. But if you're not able to watch with your child, no worries. Kids will be still entertained by the characters and enjoy the relatable stories.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about what Remy and Boo learn on their adventures. What is teamwork? How do they work together? 

  • Would you like a pet robot like Boo? What kinds of things do you wish your robot would do?

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