Salt Lake City – Which streaming TV show is safe for parents to have fun with their kids? Here are some tips to help families cope with the coronavirus epidemic. See the Common Sense Media website for more information.
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A widowed mother-in-law and best friend of the comedian who is about to raise his three daughters: DJ, Stephanie and Michelle, a classic sitcom about the ‘80s and’ 90s journey back to our memories with ‘The Complete Home’. “Full House” is available in Hulu.
- Content Advisor: According to IMDB, “Full House” has been rated TV-G. Common Sense Media warns that “some of this family-friendly series may not be suitable for the youngest viewers. Sometimes girls want to grow up too fast, and issues like weight gain and violence are discussed in advance by members of the vote.”
Fuller House, a sequel to Fuller House from the 1980s and 1990s, is available on Netflix.
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You can also check out the “Full House” recovery, which debuted in 2016 and follows the family story of Stephanie and her best friend Kimi’s recently widowed DJ to help raise her three young sons. Flower House is available on Netflix.
- Content Advisor: According to the IMDB, the full-house TV-G was rated. The series contains the same as the original “sexually explicit instructions that basically go through children’s heads and go through some scenes where adults drink alcohol.”
‘Once upon a time’
A scene from the TV show “Once Upon a Time” currently available on Netflix.
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Look at the fairy tales and the modern world comes together in the fantasy series “Once Upon a Time”, the story of a woman with a past who believes that her son Snow White and Prince Charming’s daughter believe “Once Upon a Time” is available on Netflix.
- Content Advisor: According to IMDB, “Once Upon a Time” was rated TV-PG. According to General Sense Media, the series includes violence, sexual content, worship of accusations and “ifif language”.
‘We lost in space’
Like Jenkins Wilf Robinson, he starred in Netflix’s “Last in Space.”
Re-launching the 1960s science series “Space in Mrs.” brings together the Robinson family to deal with the risk of an alien crash. “Missing in Space” is available on Netflix
- Content Advisor: According to the IMDB, the TV-PG was rated “Space Lost in Space”. According to Milli.Age Sense Media, the series includes some violence, frequent threats and rarely language.
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The second grader discovers that she has the super power of the “Science Rising Dion” series and that her widowed single mother must find a way to keep her safe. “Rise the Dion” is available on Netflix.
- Content Advisor: According to IMDB, “Witch Rise” has been rated TV-G. According to Milli.Age Sense Media, the series features silent violence, insults, romantic looks and kisses, rarely language and casual bar jokes. There is a conventional insensitive seal as an alternative for the “raising witch” family.
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Based on the book Lemney Snacket, The Failed Series is an adventure series that follows three orphans because they are protected by the evil Count Olaf. Netflix has a “continuum of accidents”.
- Content Advisor: According to the IMDB, “several failures” were assessed on TV-PG. Common Sense Media warns that the series “may be innocent for children who do not like to cheat with innocent people” and contains rare violence and limited language.
‘An e with an e’
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A new review of LM Montgomery’s novel The Green Gable Annie, “An With E,” is a drama that tells the story of an enthusiastic, red-haired orphan sent to live together with his older sister Marila and Prince Edward Island. Matthew Cuthbert. “N with an N” is available on Netflix
- Content Advisor: According to IMDB, the TV-PG was rated “Mother with E”. According to Milli.Age Sense Media, the series touches on issues such as hunger, verbal abuse, financial tension, humiliation and prejudice. There is a common sense stamp “Mother with a mother” as an alternative for families.
‘When the Heart Calls’
A scene from Netflix “When the Heart Calls”.
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Inspired by Janet Oak’s book, “When the Heart Rings” is a faith-based drama that follows a wealthy young teacher who moved to a small coal mining town for his first teaching job. “When the Heart Calls” is available on Netflix.
- Content Advisor: According to IMDB, “when the heart calls” is rated on the TV-G. According to Common Sense Media, the series touches on issues such as sex that “in the soft and vague sense that will be in the minds of young children”, but “pays a lot of attention to how they present other hard truths of death.” As life or illness. “
Cassitine Bell is the Cashierine Bell of “Good Witch” available on Netflix.
Inspired by a favorite character in the Hallmark Channel franchise, “The Good Wizard” is a drama about a magical mother-daughter duo that tempts Dr. Sam Redford and his teenage son as they walk to the side door. “Good Magic” is available on Netflix.
- Content Advisor: According to the IMDB, “Good Witch” was rated TV-PG. According to Sense Media, the series discusses teen coups and the loss of a loved one, as well as flirting. The “good witch” family has a common sensitive seal as an alternative.
‘UK Bakery Show’
The UK bakery show is available on Netflix.
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Known as the UK Back Off, the UK Bakery Show goes through a variety of challenges to find a variety of sweet and fun dishes to find the best amateur baker in the UK. The UK bakery show is available on Netflix.
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Amy Pohler and Nick Offerman host an art competition called “Do It”. Competitors must create sewing, woodwork, paper and other projects for a 100 100,000 prize. “Do It” is available in Hulu.
- Content Advisor: According to the IMDB, “Making It” was rated TV-PG. According to General Sense Media, the series is “Parents should not be afraid to see any message about their children’s sex, drugs or alcohol, any violence or any abusive language.” There is a common sense stamp as an option for the “do it” family.
‘A little help with Carol Burnett’
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Celebrity celebrities and children put together a panel on talk shows to tackle issues like favorite actress Carol Burnett, time management and phone addiction. They advise adults on “a little help with Carol Burnett”. “A little help with Carol Burnett” is available on Netflix.
- Content Advisor: According to the IMDB, the TV-win was rated “little help with Carol Burnett”. According to Common Sense Media, the show features “hassle-free content, lots of laughter and some potential conversations.” “A little help with Carol Burnett” has a common feeling stamp as an alternative to families.
‘I love Lucy’
Leftist Lucille in the role of Ethel Mertz, Lucy Ricardo and Vivian Vance in the “I love Lucy” situation in Hulu.
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The classic 1950s comedy “I Love Lucy” follows a cheerful attempt to reach a star with her gangster husband. “I Love Lucy” is available in Hulu.
- Content Advisor: TV-G rated “I like Lucy” according to IMDB. According to Milli.Age Sense Media, the series includes smoking, alcohol and family and ethnic stereotypes.
‘Andy Griffith Show’
From left, Don Knots, Ron Howard and Andy Griffith are available on Netflix on the Andy Griffith show.
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Andy Griffith shows about Andy Taylor, who lives in Maybury, North Carolina, with his youngest son, Opie and his aunt Bee, and works as a slow-moving South City Sheriff with the help of his deputy and uncle. The Barney Fif Andy Griffith show is available on Netflix.