Tom and Jerry Kids Show

TV review by
Deirdre Sheppard, Common Sense Media
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Kid-friendly alternative to the original series.

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age 5+
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A lot or a little?

The parents' guide to what's in this TV show.

Positive Messages

Lots of fighting betwen characters, but most of it is played for cartoon humor.

Violence & Scariness

All characters use weapons such as space guns and swords.

Sexy Stuff

Words like "bozo" pop up in dialogue.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this animated series is a kid-friendly alternative to the original Tom and Jerry. Overall, it's pretty tame, but watch out for occasional loose language and minor violence (cat-and-mouse chases, hero-villain face-offs, etc.).

User Reviews

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  • Kids say
Adult Written byshravana April 9, 2008
Adult Written byMzSnoopy April 9, 2008
Teen, 17 years old Written byBigbillyboy September 22, 2012

All in honesty,it's a great show.

A whole lot better than Tom & Jerry Tales (that show is just MEDICORE).It's funny,more kid friendly (I LOVE the original though),great acting,it ha... Continue reading
Kid, 11 years old March 3, 2011

What's the story?

TOM AND JERRY KIDS SHOW, a 1990s spin-off of the original MGM Tom and Jerry series, explores the earlier life and antics of the popular cat-and-mouse duo. With a few added characters -- such as father-son dog duo Droopy and Dripple -- this offshoot provides a calmer approach to the mad chases everyone remembers from the first series.

Is it any good?

Although Tom and Jerry Kids Show isn't educational in the slightest, it's extremely entertaining, and kids in the K-3 age bracket will probably enjoy it. Even though there's minor violence and innuendo, it's extremely slight compared to the original series.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about how to make friends, rather than foes. What are some alternatives to fighting with someone? How can people work through their differences? What should you do if someone tries to start a fight with you?

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