A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Shows how kids read and strive to stay informed, how they use the critical thinking skills they develop to solve problems.
Friendship, family, and love are the main themes. So is Halloween.
Positive Role Models
Lucy, Marshall, and Gilbert are loyal and caring friends. Buzzy is a responsible chaperone. They are all smart, responsible, critical thinkers who consistently try to do the right thing.
Features characters from a range of racial/ethnic backgrounds. Also features queer parents and strong female characters.
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Violence & Scariness
A few jump scares and brief moments of peril, and some fantasy sparring features magical beams of light.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Being in love with someone is a secondary theme. A couple get married and kiss at the end of the ceremony.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Under Wraps 2, an installment of the Under Wraps Disney franchise, features some mildly spooky moments and a few jump scares that end up being more humorous than scary, but they may frighten very young or sensitive viewers. Despite the presence of a vengeful character, the overall series features positive themes, including family, friendship, creative problem-solving, and teamwork. Romance is a theme, but it's presented innocently. There are a few moments of peril but no blood or gore, and there's nothing violent to worry about.
Is It Any Good?
This Halloween-themed TV movie offers all the mild spookiness and major goofiness that the franchise is known for. Like the 2021 installment, Under Wraps 2 features a diverse cast and positive themes like friendship, family, and love. Like most tween-oriented Disney entertainment, it has expected fare like fun mishaps and upbeat musical dance numbers. If you're looking for something that offers more laughs than scares, this one will fit the bill.
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