The Bravest Knight

TV review by Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 5+

Star power, stellar messages in charming animated series.

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age 4+

Based on 15 reviews

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age 3+

Definitely a Missed Opportunity

The creators clearly added a "diverse" family to check their boxes, but the story centers a White boy. The Black characters get very little screen time and nothing more than background characters. This could easily have been a show about a family instead of the stories of a White boy.
age 4+

Inclusive family representation, great messages, and genuinely funny moments

My kids LOVE this show! They love the adventure and the characters, and I like that the "knight lessons" focus on nonviolent (though sometimes tricksy) solutions to problems. Episodes are 12 minutes long and, while they are episodic in terms of having an "adventure-of-the-week" format, there is also an overarching storyline, which I appreciate because I think that improves kids' attention spans for more longform narratives. Be warned, however, the closing credits theme song is PAINFULLY BAD.

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