Parents' Guide to

We Are Savvy

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Girl power themes, positive role models in Canadian series.

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This YouTube Red series is heavy on messages about girl power, as most of its core cast, extended cast, and guests are of the female persuasion. As they share their interests and thoughts with their viewers, kids are reminded that friendship can overcome many differences and that being unique is something to celebrate. YouTuber Annie LeBlanc plays a minor role in the show, mostly introducing the cast's activities at the start of an episode.

We Are Savvy is a mostly scripted series with a very natural feel, and its format is a pleasant change of pace from traditional sitcoms and reality TV. Viewers also get to see the cast interact with stars they may know of, or perhaps some who will inspire interest in a new pastime they might not otherwise have considered (like skateboarding?). Work in some DIY skills and always positive messages about self-esteem, and this series is a decent offering for tweens.

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