Robotia

TV review by
Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Sweet soccer-playing robots learn teamwork, friendship.

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Educational Value

Lessons include being a team player, working together, and problem solving. 

Positive Messages

Friendship, practicing sports, and learning how to play as a team are all themes. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

Alex and his friends aren’t perfect, but the mistakes are typical of any young robot. They're all friends and are loyal to each other. 

Violence & Scariness

The occasional electrical charge causes pain. There’s some occasional bullying. The friends do argue, but disagreements are resolved constructively. 

Sexy Stuff

Alex has a girlfriend, but the relationship is innocent. Occasionally they hold hands, and kisses on the cheek are exchanged. 

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Robotia is a Spanish-language animated series that centers around friendship and soccer. There's some minor fantasy violence, and occasional bullying, but these are seen as negative things (and no one gets hurt). An innocent romance blossoms. It also features positive lessons about team work and the value of friendship. 

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What's the story?

ROBOTIA is an Argentinian animated series about a young robot and his friends in his new city of Robotia. Alex 3.0 and his family have just moved to the big city of Robotia. After a few days of trying to fit in to his new school, and his new neighborhood, he discovers a small football (soccer) field in a wooded area of the city. Here he meets a group of ball-playing robots, including Bibi, Cabeza de Radio, Robonito, and Cata, Also part of the gang is the spiritual Lunático, the large but sensitive Automata, the toddler robot Bit, its older sibling Bitty, and Parky, the robotic bird. Alex quickly discovers his love for the sport, and spends his time with his new friends playing the game and finding new adventures. 

Is it any good?

This fun, sweet Spanish-language animated series centers on a group of young robots who are learning how to work together as friends and as teammates. As they practice, imitate their favorite players’ moves, and imagine competing in the World Cup, they also learn how to solve the occasional problems that arise between them. Throughout it all, they also learn the importance of loyalty and the value of friendship. While the subtitled version of Robotia may be more of a challenge for non-Spanish speaking children to follow, soccer-loving kids who speak the language or who are strong readers will enjoy it.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about some of the experiences Alex has when he moves to Robotia. What is he nervous about? How does he go about adjusting to his new home?

  • What kinds of things does Robotia teach us about what people can do to be better soccer players, even when they’re not playing ball? 

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For kids who love soccer

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