Parents' Guide to

Space Ghost Coast to Coast

By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Off-beat animated talk show isn't for little kids.

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age 12+

Based on 6 parent reviews

age 15+

space ghost coast to coast is not for kids

i think space ghost coast to coast is a amazing show but its not for kids because it has a talk show theme to it and space ghost talks to some guest stars that kids wont even know about half the time and it has some very mean spirited humor and it has mild swearing like crap and danm and its very vilonte characters punch each other and it had a very dark episode were space ghost becomes a cannibal and it was made for a mature aduience and was the show that made them create Adultswim and when it moved to Adultswim it had lots of sexual innuendo space ghosts robe falls off and hes seen naked and it has more swearing like crap danm hell and bitch and a few censored swears and its very vilonte with blood and has more mean spirited humor characters are seen smoking and doing drugs with that being said space ghost coast to coast was for a mature aduience and i dont recommend it for anyone under the age of 15
age 10+

I can say this is for children.

I can say that this is OK for your children to watch because me personally, I watched the show & it was NOT too inappropiate. I like it. The series was super funny & I bet it will be for you & your children.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (6 ):
Kids say (16 ):

Though animated, Space Ghost Coast to Coast isn't intended for kids (it airs as part of the Cartoon Network's Adult Swim line up for a reason). Jokes about being depressed because of a failing marriage, constantly throwing around insults (which include jokes about being a "sissy" or "cream puff"), and references to being drunk or wanted for murder make this edgy show a better fit for teens and adults. The disjointed relationship between the animated and the real only adds to the show's bizarre, surreal humor.

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