Nickelodeon’s puppet-propelled sword-and-sorcery series aims young, but is still a bit edgy at times.
This series is TV-Y7 but often feels as if it’s meant for an older audience.
The world could use more Jesus. But can it use more of Him onscreen?
This Victorian-era Netflix offering is dark tale filled with just about every abhorrent thing you can imagine.
As Supergirl flies over the city of Metropolis, heroic struggles abound, of course … as does some content that’s less …
Disney revives another archived franchise—welcome back, Emilio Estevez!—featuring new underdog athletes.
There’s a bit of potty humor, but the focus is really on the belief that, together, we can do-do-do-da-do-da-do-do-do anything!
This British buddy-cop show has made its way to The CW, and it lost some of its problems on the …
This Sons of Anarchy spinoff looks and feels much the same: motorcycle gangs, family conflict and lots of blood.
Some sexual innuendo mars this otherwise sweet story of a young woman finding family in an unexpected place.