Common Sense Media TV review by Emily Ashby The Ollie & Moon Show is a fun way to introduce youngsters to the concepts of different cultures and geography, as well as the general excitement about taking a trip to a new place. Though the presentation and context are kept very simple (Ollie and Moon bike past acres of tulips and windmills in the Netherlands, for instance), they’re enough to give preschoolers a basic point of reference for th

Common Sense Media TV review by Emily Ashby The Magic School Bus Rides Again doesn’t mess too much with a good thing, and kids who have watched the ’90s series will appreciate the generally consistent cast and overall style of the show. The new kid in class — Jyoti (Birva Pandya) — reflects the show’s commitment to continued diversity, and its gender balance among the STEM-interested students is another plus.

Urban Moms Ali Martell I’m not going to lie. When I heard I was going to be interviewing this guy who plays Connor Heath on Family Channel’s show – about double agents and president’s daughters and triple crosses – Connor Undercover, I was expecting him to be Bieber-esque. I mean, this, obviously, in the best way possible.

TV GuideDenette Wilford Now it’s all about Phineas & Ferb, The Suite Life on Deck, iCarly and I’m in the Band. And to be honest, that’s fine with me because they are shows that are not only geared for younger viewers, but manage to placate adults as well. Another show that will be added to her favourites is How to Be Indie, which centres on a 13-year-old girl as she balances the traditions of her South Asian family along with the everyday quir

blogcritics.orgRichard Marcus Our Hero was one of those shows critics used the words “fresh,” “smart,” and “innovative” to describe. In contrast to what most often depicts life as a teenager, it does indeed stand head and shoulders above anything else that’s been on the air before and since.


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