Parents' Guide to

The Upside Down Show

By Larisa Wiseman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Outstanding preschool series is fun and inventive.

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Community Reviews

age 3+

Based on 62 parent reviews

age 4+

The upside down show is my favorite childhood show

It’s always exiting to imagine a remote & ask me what to do for help.

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age 4+

Frenetic fun for the family

Monty Python for kids. Hilariously absurd.

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (62):
Kids say (27):

Not only are David and Shane funny and entertaining, but the show's storylines are refreshingly original; each episode is filled with clever jokes, puns, music, and tons of physical humor. The fanciful world the brothers explore is sure to pique preschoolers' imagination and curiosity. Moreover, the series teaches little ones new words, life skills, relational concepts, and how to think critically, and introduces them to all kinds of wonderful things, places, and activities that exist out in the real world. Don't be surprised if even the youngest toddler is glued to the screen during The Upside Down Show.

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