Parents' Guide to

Tig N' Seek

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Quirky duo's resourceful problem solving favors tweens.

TV Max Educational 2020
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This cartoon is a bit of an oddity and thus an acquired (or not so acquired) taste. Tiggy is not your normal 8-year old; he sports a tie and pompadour-mohawk blend haircut. He also talks like an adult, which Tig N' Seek seems to assume explains why he spends his days doing a grown-up job rather than going to school. His trusty sidekick is almost more interesting than he is, being a cat with normal cat tendencies but also a whip-smart inventor whose creations usually help the duo eek out a win of some sort.

Tig N' Seek's quirky characters and comical scenarios are fun but sometimes necessitate a slightly more mature awareness than that of a typical cartoon viewer. Tiggy's problems aren't always solved on the first try, and he has some insecurities that manifest in varying ways, which will be more confusing than anything else for kids who try to watch. The flipside, though, is that the show is a fairly easy one to watch with your tweens because it doesn't assume its audience is predominantly younger kids and therefore delivers a more substantial storyline than many other cartoons do.

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