KidsTv 

Mickey Mouse or Math? TV Execs Battle for Kid Viewers

Mickey Mouse wants your toddler. Credit: AFP/Getty Images
When it comes to parking tots in front of the electronic babysitter, a growing debate is heating up: Should the tube be teacher or storyteller? Turns out tots ages 2 to 5 are one of the...
Mickey Mouse? Or Kai Lan? Networks at odd over topics for kiddie TV.

Look Out, Kiddies, Here Comes the Judge - and It's Hulk Hogan

Judge Hulk is banging the gavel (and maybe his fists). Credit: Frank Micelotta, Getty Images
Judge Judy can be scary, but she was never a 12-time world heavyweight professional wrestling champion. So, when Hulk Hogan lays down the law, boys ...
Hulk Hogan is trading in his trunks for judicial robes. No, he's not Obama's latest nominee to the Supreme Court, but he does plan to host a court show for kids call "Hogan's Court."

Hey, Kids, Can You Say 'Gonna Lose Your Mind in Detroit Rock City'?

The new Mister Rogers? Gene Simmons of Kiss is getting into children's television. Credit: Redferns
"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood, a beautiful day to ... ROCK 'N' ROLL ALL NIGHT AND PARTY EVERY DAY!!" Quick! Grab the Tele...

Steve Burns: The Blue's Clues Host

Steve Burns is best known as the original host of the long-running children's television show "Blue's Clues." Burns was born on October 9, 1973, in Boyertown, Pa. He studied theater on a scholarship at DeSales University in Center Valley, Pa., but...

Blue's Clues

"Blue's Clues" was a popular, long-running children's television show on Nickelodeon. The show, which aired from 1996 to 2006, featured Blue, an animated dog who interacted with a human host . "Blues Clues" producers created the show based on thei...

Reviews: What's New This Week

Here is a look at what's new this week in family entertainment as adapted from reviews and ratings by Common Sense Media. Click on the links to read the reviews in full. In Theaters Now: Astro Boy Based on the 1960's cartoon series of the same n...

Beyoncé Appears On Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!

Beyoncé Knowles is having a big week. First she fights off a fake tape of her singing horribly off-key. Then her movie, "Obsessed", opens at number one despite the fact that critics seemed to hate it. Oh, and she has a mega-multi-super-uber...

What Happened to Saturday Morning?

I remember waking up on Saturday, pouring myself a bowl of cereal and eagerly devouring a wide range of animated goodness. But like so many things in life -- the ability to stay up past 11 p.m., remembering what you were just about to do, my hair -- ...

Why Does Dora Have To Grow Up?

Nickelodeon and Mattel have released an image of their all-new older Dora. She won't be replacing the original "Dora the Explorer," but what will this new "tween" Dora be called? Dora the Mall Shopper? Dora the Texter? By releasing the image, the ...

Sesame Street Gets Downsized

With so many people from all walks of life losing their homes these days, it seems that no neighborhood is immune to the credit crunch; from the row houses of Chicago to the gated estates of Palm Beach, foreclosure signs are popping up everywhere. Th...

Weekend Fun and Games

The weekend is upon us and it is time to make some plans. Here is a look at what's new in the world of kid's entertainment this weekend as adapted from reviews and ratings by Common Sense Media. At the Movies In Phoebe in Wonderland, a defiant ni...

Reality Shows Kids Watch

With so much unscripted programming on television these days, you might wonder who's watching it. Turns out the answer is: Our kids! Surprise, surprise. A lot of reality shows are being enjoyed by children as young as 7 or 8 years old. Here are so...

Weekend Fun and Games

This week's review of kid's entertainment features a little something for everyone - boys, girls and even parents! Here's a look at what's happening as adapted from reviews and ratings by Common Sense Media. At the Movies If you live anywhere nea...

Weekend Fun and Games

Got plans for the three-day weekend? If not, maybe this will help. Here's a run-down of what's new this week in kid's entertainment as adapted from ratings and reviews by Common Sense Media. At the Movies Based on the book by Sophie Kinsella, Con...

Talking TV Bread Loaf Kidnapped

Last December, Bernd das Brot -- a talking loaf of bread from a German children's TV show -- was kidnapped. While the children of Erfurt, the home of Bernd, mourned, police got a break when they received a note from kidnappers claiming responsibil...

FollowUs

Flickr RSS

TheTalkies