Parents' Guide to

The Angry Beavers

By Andrea Graham, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

They can't stand each other, and kids love it.

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age 6+

Based on 6 parent reviews

age 13+

the angry beavers was not for kids

i think the angry beavers was a amazing show but its not for kids but not because its inappropriate even though it does have some edgy Adult jokes but because they dress up like pimps and hippies and theirs lots of references that kids wont get they have a no smoking sign in their house and sometimes the show brings up politics and its just really sophisticated with that being said the angry beavers is aimed at teens and adults and i dont reccomend it for anyone under the age of 13
age 4+



Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (6):
Kids say (22):

While the series' humor may seem sophomoric, it's actually quite funny. But since it plays heavily on the violent nature of sibling rivalry, it's not the best fit for the youngest viewers. Norbert and Daggett are constantly trying to smash each other to bits -- not what you want to show kids who are learning to get along with siblings. But middle-graders and young tweens will get a kick out of watching the beavers get into fights, knowing that at the end of the day they're still brothers and love each other.

The Angry Beavers teaches kids a little bit about being a good sibling, and young viewers will recognize and appreciate the comedic play and tension between the beaver brothers. As long as kids know the limits of cartoon violence and are old enough to handle Norb and Dag's romping around, The Angry Beavers will certainly catch their interest.

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