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Welcome to our TV review section.  Our TV reviews are written by kids - for kids.  Our reviews cover a wide range of programming for many age ranges and skill levels.  We encourage you to submit a review of one of your favorite television shows.


 

  America's Best Dance Crew-  Reviewer:  Drew, age 15
NETWORK-  MTV
DESCRIPTION- 
Dance crews from around America compete in an American Idol style competition to be crowned America's Best Dance Crew. The creator is American Idol judge Randy Jackson.
FAVORITE PART-  The dance moves that some of the guys do are incredible.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  American Idol-  Reviewer:  Drew, age 15
NETWORK-  FOX
DESCRIPTION- 
Thousands of people try out in a singing competition, trying to become a big star. 
FAVORITE PART-  It's fun to watch the auditions.
DISLIKED-  Watching the bad singers in annoying.  Sometimes there is language that might not be appropriate for young children.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?-  Reviewer:  Drew, age 15
NETWORK-  FOX
DESCRIPTION- 
Contestants try to answer grade school level questions to win $1 million.  It is fun to play along at home to see if you can answer the questions too.
FAVORITE PART-  When someone misses a really easy question.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?-  Reviewer:  Lexi, age 11
NETWORK-  FOX
DESCRIPTION- 
Older people have to see if they are smarter than most fifth graders.  They get to ask for help from some fifth graders.
FAVORITE PART-  When the contestants have to admit they aren't smarter than a fifth grader.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Avatar, The Last Airbender- Reviewer:  Austin, age 9
NETWORK-  NICK
DESCRIPTION- 
It's about a kid called Aang. He is the Avatar and he is also an Airbender. Can he save the world?
FAVORITE PART-  Sokka. He is funny.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Avatar, The Last Airbender-  Reviewer:  Lexi, age 11
NETWORK-  NICK
DESCRIPTION- 
This is about a young man named Aang who has to master all 4 elements;  fire, water, air and earth.  He has to do that to save the world.
FAVORITE PART-  The whole show is good.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Brain Surge-  Reviewer:  Drew, age 16
NETWORK:   Nick
DESCRIPTION- 
Brain Surge is a show in which 6 kids must use their memory and concentration to solve challenging puzzles, and ultimately reach the end. If they do, they get a great prize and covered in slime.
FAVORITE PART-  Trying to do the puzzles myself. They are both fun and challenging.
DISLIKED-It's on Nick, so it's more geared for kids and teens.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  For kids around the ages 10-16.
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  Care Bears: Adventures in Care-A-Lot-  Guest Reviewer:  Esme, age 14
NETWORK:   CBS
DESCRIPTION- 
The Care Bears are back with a brand new look! With new voice actors, some new Belly Badges and so many other new changes! The bears no longer go down to earth to help children, but instead help the viewers learn some important lessons while watching the show. Great for kids of all ages, for younger kids it's a soft environment, and it teaches them lessons, for older kids, the plots are good, with a few twists, and they talk in full sentences. For teens, it's kind of fun to pick out little things I've noticed, like mystery bears in the background, spotting bears that you didn't know were in style yet.
FAVORITE PART-  When Share falls down in "Care-ful Bear" and Grumpy comes to her rescue.
DISLIKED-When Cheer tried to cheer up Grumpy in "Case of the Grumpies". I don't know why, but it rubbed me the wrong way.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  Only if they have an open mind.
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  Cities of the Underworld-  Reviewer:  Lys
NETWORK-  History
DESCRIPTION- 
This show helps us get an insight on what was going on under our feet during crucial times in history. From underground factories of Hitler, to shanghaiing during the sea years.
FAVORITE PART-  Seeing all of the different countries secrets.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Deal or no Deal-  Reviewer:  Lexi, age 11
NETWORK-  NBC
DESCRIPTION- 
It is a game about opening a case and winning money, and there is a banker, who has to try and buy the case from you.
FAVORITE PART-  When the people open the million dollar case and its not theirs!
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  NO
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  Fairly Odd Parents- Reviewer:  Adam, age 7
NETWORK-  NICKTOONS
DESCRIPTION- 
There is a guy called Timmy Turner, he has fairy god parents and he has unlimited wishes, but he has wishes he can't do.
FAVORITE PART-  Cosmo, He is Funny
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Ghost Hunters-  Reviewer:  Lys
NETWORK-  SciFi
DESCRIPTION- 
This show is definitely a paranormal lovers paradise. A group of paranormal investigators go to some of the most haunted places ever to document proof of ghosts.
FAVORITE PART-  When they visited the Stanley Hotel and the Queen Mary.
DISLIKED-  They do cuss a lot, but they bleep it out.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Mythbusters- Reviewer:  Austin, age 9
NETWORK-  Discovery
DESCRIPTION- 
An educational show about professionals and their crew that are trying to either bust or confirm myths of today.
FAVORITE PART-  They make things explode!
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Mythbusters-  Reviewer:  Drew, age 15
NETWORK-  DISCOVERY
DESCRIPTION- 
Two special effects masters and their team of professionals, use the power of science to crack the greatest myths of our day! Very educational and very funny.
FAVORITE PART-  Just about everything
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Ninja Warriors-  Reviewer:  Drew, age 15
NETWORK-  G4
DESCRIPTION- 
A reality show that is based in Japan, 100 people must try to conquer four brutal stages that test their physical capabilities to the max, in order for a shot to call themselves the "Ninja Warrior".
FAVORITE PART-  When someone falls on the first stage
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  So You Think You Can Dance-  Reviewer:  Drew, age 15
NETWORK-  FOX
DESCRIPTION- 
People from all over the country try to prove to three judges that they know how to dance.
DISLIKED-  The dancing gets very boring and repetitive.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  NO.
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  Spongebob Squarepants- Reviewer:  Austin, age 9
NETWORK-  Nick
DESCRIPTION- 
It's about a sponge called, "Spongebob" who lives in a pineapple under the sea, in a town called, "Bikini Bottom".
FAVORITE PART-  Patrick Star. He is Spongebobs friend.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Star Trek: The Next Generation-  Guest Reviewer:  Amy, age 12
NETWORK:   I watch it on DVD'S
DESCRIPTION- 
Star Trek: The Next Generation is the continuing story of the Enterprise spaceship. It does have some bad language in it, and some sexual remarks, as well as the majority of the episodes are very scary, but for teenagers it is a great watch.
FAVORITE PART-  I like it at the end when everything comes together and they figure the whole mystery/complication out.
DISLIKED-The scary parts!
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  Yes and no. It depends on the episode.
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  That's So Raven-  Reviewer:  Lexi, age 11
NETWORK-  DISNEY
DESCRIPTION- 
This is about a girl named Raven who finds out she has psychic powers.   Her visions get her into a lot of trouble sometimes.
FAVORITE PART-  I don't have one favorite part.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  The Latest Buzz-  Guest Reviewer:  Minnie, age 13
NETWORK:   Disney
DESCRIPTION- 
This is about some kids that work at Teen Buzz, a magazine. There's Rebecca who wants to be a reporter, Noah who's a prankster, Wilder who's a bit slow and loves video games, Michael who writes about celebs, Amanda who's a rich fashion queen and loads more. I love this!!
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  Yes!
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  The Suite Life of Zack and Cody- Reviewer:  Austin, age 9
NETWORK-  Disney
DESCRIPTION- 
It's all about a pair of twins that live in the Tipton hotel. They enjoy hanging out with friends and turning the whole place upside down and crazy; especially the up-tight manager Moseby.
FAVORITE PART-  Any
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  The Suite Life of Zack and Cody-  Reviewer:  Lexi, age 11
NETWORK-  DISNEY
DESCRIPTION- 
These trouble-making twins live in the Tipton hotel with their mother.  She is trying to pursue a singing career.  The boys find all kinds of adventure (trouble!) in the hotel.
FAVORITE PART-  I like the whole show but don't have one favorite part.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  The Suite Life on Deck- Reviewer:  Adam, age 7
NETWORK-  DISNEY
DESCRIPTION- 
It's about Zack and Cody on a ship, the S.S. Tipton, owned by Mr. Tipton. They start attending Seven Seas High, but are still as mischievous as ever with their new friends.
FAVORITE PART-  Woody, one of the new characters, is funny!
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  The Suite Life on Deck-  Reviewer:  Lexi, age 11
NETWORK-  DISNEY
DESCRIPTION- 
Zack and Cody are back - and they have moved from the hotel to a ship! The "Sea School" is a ship owned by the Tiptons, and on it, Zack and Cody, with London, meet new friends and make more trouble.
FAVORITE PART-  The whole show is funny
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  The Suite Life on Deck-  Reviewer:  Lys
NETWORK-  DISNEY
DESCRIPTION- 
The twins are back - and now on a ship! The S.S. Tipton, owned by London's father Mr. Tipton, Zack and Cody attend Seven Seas High, along with London and their new friends.
FAVORITE PART-  I really like the new characters and think the twins have grown so much!
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Unbeatable Banzuke-  Reviewer:  Drew, age 15
NETWORK-  G4
DESCRIPTION- 
Created in Japan, there are over 30 different contests that test people's intelligence, stamina, and strength.
FAVORITE PART-  Every challenge in the show.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Wishbone-  Reviewer:  Lexi, age 11
NETWORK-  PBS
DESCRIPTION- 
Wishbone is a dog that loves books and daydreams he is inside the stories.  Then he acts out the stories.
FAVORITE PART-  The dog wearing costumes.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Wizards of Waverly Place-  Reviewer:  Lys
NETWORK-  DISNEY
DESCRIPTION- 
Three wizards-in-training are busy with magic classes, helping their parents with their restaurant, and just trying to be normal!
FAVORITE PART-  When Alex gets to drive the flying carpet.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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  Whobob Whatpants- Reviewer:  Adam, age 7
NETWORK-  NICK
DESCRIPTION- 
It's all about Spongebob Squarepants, and Spongebob falls off of a cliff hard enough to forget who he is and everything about his life. Then, he thinks he lives in a place called "New Kelp City".
FAVORITE PART-  The ending
DISLIKED-  How it's based off of Spongebob
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND IT FOR KIDS YOUR AGE?  YES!
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