Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Season 2

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Season 2
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Synopsis

**This review is based on episodes 1-3. Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood is a wonderful place to visit. If you’re familiar with Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, there’ll be familiar characters and some familiar music. (And if you aren’t yet familiar with Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, please consider viewing it!) Adding to the classic aspects are new characters, new music, […]

Dove Review

**This review is based on episodes 1-3.

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood is a wonderful place to visit. If you’re familiar with Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, there’ll be familiar characters and some familiar music. (And if you aren’t yet familiar with Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, please consider viewing it!) Adding to the classic aspects are new characters, new music, and some new animation.

Preschoolers and kindergarteners will especially love Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. It’s a show that encourages kids to be articulate and thrive in different situations, with upbeat songs that make the ideas memorable. Topics are presented in understandable and fun ways. For example, in an episode where characters learn more about how to wait well, there’s a song for the idea: “When you wait, you can play, sing or imagine anything.” It’s easy to remember, and could be a helpful way to remind kids (and maybe grown-ups) on how to spend time when they’re waiting. There are also sequences of real people. It shows the ideas could be applied realistically.

From the episodes reviewed, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood is an incredibly positive show. It’s filled with understanding and presents clear, considerate conversations. There are no overt villains. There’s no bad content. However, it presents realistic issues and potential concerns that kids might have. It talks about potty training, and there’s no potty humor. It talks about feeling left out, not because of self-centeredness, but wanting to participate and do something. It’s a show that succeeds at being a nice, friendly example.

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood is Dove-approved for All Ages.

The Dove Take:

This children’s animated show, inspired by Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood, takes an amiable approach to teaching lessons on friendship and servanthood.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: Characters learn, and positive ideas and actions are strong.
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Unknown
Genre: Serials/Shorts
Runtime: 26 min.
Industry Rating: TV-Y
Reviewer: John P.