Parents' Guide to

Tierra Incógnita

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Fun Disney thriller has jump scares, teen romance.

TV Disney+ Drama 2022
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The fun adolescent-oriented series creates lots of entertaining suspense as the mysteries surrounding the disappearance of Eric and Uma's parents unfold. There isn't any blood or gore, but there are lots of strange-looking people and creepy locations that are introduced into the narrative, along with accompanying tension-filled music that creates lots of anxiety about what will happen next. There are also some quick but frightening moments designed to get viewers jumping out of their seats. Older teens may find the series too sanitized for their liking, while younger or more sensitive kids may find it too intense. But older tweens and young teens who enjoy mysteries and thrillers may find Tierra Incógnita worth checking out.

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