Rainbow Rangers (2018– )

TV Series   |  Animation, Adventure, Family

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Inspired by the colors of the rainbow, seven magical girls from Kaleidoscopia are guardians of both nature and the Earth.


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Rob Minkoff, Shane Morris

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30 November 2018 | killrade
| Pretty bad show.
The show could have potential but because of glaring one sided political agendas makes this show worst than captain planet and less entertaining. I dont mind helping the environment but using propaganda to kids shouldn't be it.

The show is several "rangers" with different powers that help the environment. This show has some episodes that the rangers will save an animal from a storm or reunit a family of hedgehogs but then you have the villain episodes which instead of teaching how to use, repair or replant the environment is alway humans are greedy and bad and messing up environment is bad; just like captain planet. The all girl team's villain are mostly Male. I rather my child to learn equality regardless of race or gender not girls dominate boys.

The actual characters are lack luster. They only do a few things and floof the rainbow unicorn thing seems to be the swiss army knife of anything they need. Most of the voice actors are monotone and have little to no reflection in their voices and most have annoying voices. This makes boring characters more uninteresting.

Last is the child test. Does my 2 year old daughter like it? She turns the tv off anytime the show comes on. Thats pretty bad since she enjoys every other nick jr show. This show is not entertaining at all.

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