My kids love this show! I like it, for the most part. It usually has a good lesson about working together or overcoming apprehensions. The only episode I didn't LOVE was one where I think all of them were doing something to celebrate their birthday (because they all have the same birthday) or something. Beast learned to dance a Spanish type dance, which was fine, but when he turned around with a rose in his mouth, Hamilton blushed. Why do kids shows have to have those kinds of undertones added when everything was going just fine with the relationships between the characters being perfectly platonic? Other than that, there are no overt biases or agendas, as far as I can tell. As for the other reviews that referenced kids catching creatures when the family is out because they saw Hamilton do it, or being scared of the big duck or frustrated because they see things on the show that they can't do, or it being a waste of 24 minutes, all I have to say is...seriously? If parents aren't going to explain the differences between cartoons and real life to their kids, then they aren't being parents and their kids are in for a tough life. If the kids are scared of a big duck, they need toughened up. If they get that easily frustrated, they need more adversity in life and need a parent to guide them through it rather than shield them from it. And sometimes kids need a little less intense escape from all the stimulation we give them these days, so maybe something that is a little more subtle to an adult might seem a "waste" but kids can actually learn easily from the actions they emulate from Maggie, especially, without learning being "shoved" at them.