Tangled: The Series

TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 5+

More delightful adventures from Rapunzel and her friends.

Parents say

age 7+

Based on 19 reviews

Kids say

age 7+

Based on 24 reviews

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age 5+

Sweet, but Has SOME demonic Possession

I absolutely love Eugene Fitzherbert, aka Flynn Rider. He probably Disney's perfect representation of a boyfriend. Though he is staged as much older than Rapunzel, he is dashing, always coming to the rescue, and always fighting for what is best for her. He believes in keeping her safe and happy. On the flip side though, he is also a reformed rake and bad boy. It is really setting the stage for young girls to fall in love with regency romance novels later in life as they center around these themes. Dashing heros, who are reformed from their bad boy ways. Unfortunately, it is a far cry from what real life will bring them when they grow up. Further more, though all three seasons have magic, the end of season 2/beginning of season 3 introduces demons from the underworld. There are even scenes that portray DEMONIC POSSESSION, such as when rapunzel says one of the enchantments on the scroll and her eyes go black and she looses herself. There is also a demo d working with Cass when Cass betrays Rapunzel. Other than that, the show is very adventure filled and sweet.

This title has:

Too much violence
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age 5+

Surprisingly Enjoyable

We watched this as a whole family and found the story line interesting for all. There is more action/violence in this show so I would encourage parents to gauge your kid's reactions. Would definitely recommend.

This title has:

Great role models
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