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This show was good, but as it progressed it started to be stale and kinda boring.
I did liked this show a lot. I felt there was something special about it. The brain games themselves were fun and if you watched the show a lot, you start to become good or progress as a viewer and this show works really well for education or psychology. Even kids who just want to watch and our curious of these games can still find some enjoyment and might learn a lot from being underdeveloped. However, as the show went on. It kinda hurts to say, but it does feel a little stale and boring at times as the show goes on. Also people complained about the new season. I haven't seen it yet, but I seen clips and the show has change a lot where it feels way too different from before. I'm sure some people like this season, but for me I'm not sure I will. I hoped to be suprised by it. The show has a lot of repeated games or moments that feels like I'm watching some of the same subjects and feels a waste of time when you see longer episodes. I also miss Apollo Robbins, but the new illusionist is good also. One thing that hurts the show is the fact it's rated G. The G rating can work on some episodes, but as a whole show, I wouldn't show kids this only of it's a G rated episodes. Sometimes this show can get a too bit werid or uncomfortably off topic and dark. Some kids can see mature or unfriendly content that shouldn't really be there unless it's to help the narrative. Also these jokes can be sexual or inappropriate for no reason other than be funny or relevant. Which isn't called for at all. Overall, I would give this show a 10/10 if some repetitive stuff and stupid jokes or dialogue would be taken away and makes this show more for everyone like they do in some episodes and I think this show will be one of the best docuseries of all time for kids, teens, adults, and educational services.
- May 18, 2020
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