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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The characters occasionally tease each other gently and use light sarcasm, but they set a good example by working as a team and by helping the weak rather than taking advantage of them.
Violence & Scariness
The mild cartoon violence in this program mostly involves mythical creatures threatening humans or using weapons with intent to kill. The main characters use their superpowers to defend themselves or throw their enemies off-balance, not necessarily to injure them.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
One of the subplots is a budding relationship between a boy and girl; they mention liking each other, and they hug and kiss at one point. Very sweet and innocent, no innuendo.
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No strong or inappropriate language.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that boy-girl crushes are explored and that some kissing and hugging is involved. Also, some of the characters are stereotypes and not necessarily portrayed in a realistic way. However, the kids in the show are generally portrayed as caring, respectful, and fairly mature for their age. The five main characters are ethnically diverse and are good role models for girls because they're independent thinkers and deal with challenges head-on.
Is It Any Good?
While interactions among the characters can lean toward the melodramatic at times, the show makes an effort to portray teens in a positive (though perhaps not always realistic) light. The main characters set a good example by pulling together to overcome obstacles, whether as superheroes or regular teens; they also generally show respect for one another, despite occasional teasing. Young viewers will relate to much of the dialogue and to situations such as school trips, birthday parties, and first crushes. The superpower element adds an exciting dimension to the show.
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