The 7D (2014–2016)

TV Series   |  TV-Y   |    |  Animation, Adventure, Comedy

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Happy, Bashful, Sleepy, Sneezy, Dopey, Grumpy and Doc help Queen Delightful defend the kingdom of Jollywood from an evil (but bumbling) sorcerer couple.

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27 July 2014 | The_Light_Triton
| It's still too early to say whether this show is to be successful.
Coming off Tiny toons and Animaniacs, I had some decently high hopes for the 7D. While I know that the 7D isn't going to be as good (Mainly because it's aimed at a young audience on a Disney network) and that the writers probably don't have the freedom they did with Warner Bros, This is what comes of it. It's not laugh out loud hilarious, but it's still an entertaining half-hour, and there's still plenty of episodes for the writers to come up with.

The 7D is a modern twist on the classic tale of the 7 Dwarfs, but there's been no mention of Snow white so far in the series. Anyways, the 7D are a group of dwarfs who live in the land of Jollywood under the rule of queen delightful. However, every so often, 2 bumbling sorcerers (Grim and Hildy) try and ruin the day for whatever reason, and the 7D are usually there to stop them.

The best part of this show so far is it's voice acting crew. You have Maurice LaMarche as grumpy, Jess Harnell as Grim, and Kelly Osbourne as Hildy, who oddly enough, is very entertaining as a spoilt brat.

Unfortunately, The writers and producers have fallen short so far in my opinion. There's the odd laugh, but it's not the kind of humour that people have come to expect from Tom Ruegger and his crew. So obviously the censors have gotten tighter than a snare drum since the early 90's in terms of what gets by them (Finger Prints, anyone?)

Personally, I don't think we'll see anything that can raise the bar higher than what Animaniacs and Tiny toons did, But even if they came close and were even a little suggestive in their humor, i'd be happy.

I give it a 6/10, but it's still too early to really say whether this show is worth watching. Give it a few more seasons.

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