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COCOMELON: Season 10

"Learning Through Fun-Filled Musical Escapades"

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What You Need To Know:

In COCOMELON: Season 10 on Netflix, Baby JJ and his brother and sister sing, play and go on adventures with their friends and families. Their friends also sing and play with their parents. The settings include playing or dancing at a farm, in nursery school, at the playground, in a backyard, at a beach, outside in their neighborhoods, and even at a Dinoland. Season 10 is divided into three 55-minute episodes with multiple musical vignettes.

COCOMELON: Season 10 has bright colors and constant movement to keep the attention of preschool children. Each song and dance has different elements and different activities. There are many creative elements included, such as unicorns, dinosaurs and princesses. Overall, Season 10 has a strong moral worldview promoting friendship, having fun together and families with fathers and mothers. However, there are some questionable elements such as magical unicorns and references to dinosaurs and Halloween. They are mixed with two songs referring to a Christmas tree, the Nativity star, Christmas presents, and Easter eggs. Despite the questionable content, COCOMELON: Season 10 is generally a family-friendly, safe program for younger children.

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Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements:
Strong moral worldview promotes friendship, having fun together and families with mothers and fathers, but there are a few minor questionable elements such as the promotion of magic through unicorns, references to dinosaurs and a song about the Mexican Halloween holiday for family members who have passed away, but there are also references to a Christmas tree, the Nativity star, Christmas gifts, and Easter eggs;

Foul Language:
No foul language;

Violence:
One scene shows mild violence when a father and son go on a Dinoland adventure where the father is suddenly scared by a dinosaur;

Sex:
No sex;

Nudity:
Several times when the characters are at the beach the male characters are seen without their shirts on;

Alcohol Use:
No alcohol use;

Smoking and/or Drug Use and Abuse:
No smoking or drugs; and,

Miscellaneous Immorality:
Nothing else objectionable.

More Detail:

COCOMELON: Season 10 is an animated series on Netflix intended for preschool aged children with the intention of promoting a safe and fun learning experience. In COCOMELON, JJ, his brother and sister, TomTom and Yoyo, and their friends go on adventures around their farm, in nursery school, the playground, the pet store, at the beach, outside in their neighborhoods, and even at a Dinoland. Season 10 is divided into three 55-minute episodes with multiple musical vignettes.

Season 10 is all about learning through fun-filled musical escapades. There is little spoken dialogue, only children’s songs that contain a theme specified for each song. Sometimes, JJ and his friends sing and dance together but other times his friends are seen with their family singing together. Each song helps and encourages children to learn letters, numbers, animals, sounds, and colors. There are pro-family singalongs with friends and families of all ethnicities to promote diversity.

“Pet Adventures” is Episode One. It takes viewers through several musical compilations of various children’s songs like “Old MacDonald,” “Bing-O Was His Name-O,” “Itsy Bitsy Spider,” and more. In one song, “Bing-O Was His Name-O,” JJ is seen with his father at the pet store to find JJ’s forever pet. They find the perfect dog and decide to name him Bingo. Anytime the song sang the dog’s name, viewers would see Bingo spelt out B-I-N-G-O.

Episode Two, “CoComelon Music Time” is another musical adventure where JJ and his best friends explore different scenarios where they become rock stars, princesses, little bunnies, and more. There are more classic children’s songs that have been rendered to fit the appropriate scenario. For example, in this episode, the classic song, “Wheels on the Bus,” is sung and performed as a dance recital. JJ and his friends perform for their families and teachers and are given much love and support following the show for their outstanding performance.

Episode Two takes the inclusion of ethnicity in COCOMELON even further when there are several songs that are sung in Spanish. One song is for a young girl at her birthday party where she’s surrounded by all her friends and family. Another song takes during the “Day of the Dead, the Mexican version of Halloween, which honors family members who have died. The Mexican family in the song places flowers, candles, a skull decoration, and a pastry next to a photo of their dead grandfather as a song mentions the holiday.

Another section of Episode Two takes place during Christmas. JJ and his siblings watch as their father puts a yellow star on top of a Christmas tree. When he leaves, however, the star falls off the tree and the children try to figure out how to put the star back on the tree. Meanwhile, the song “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” plays. Shortly thereafter, JJ and two of this friends sing a song about bunny rabbits with images of Easter eggs and an Easter basket filled with Easter eggs.

“Let’s Get Outside” is Episode Three. It takes viewers on a journey outside to explore and play. The characters sing about various sports such as soccer, ice skating and snow racing, plus songs about the playground, playing in the backyard, dancing on the farm, and two songs about Halloween.

The first song in Episode Three, for example, features JJ’s friend, CeCe, who sings about her ice-skating adventure. She is seen falling but every time she falls, she gets right back up and tries again. CeCe constantly doubts herself and her abilities but with the help of her mom and her determination to never give up, she is able to accomplish her goal of ice skating.

The next adventure is on the soccer field with JJ and his friends. The scene shows a group of preschoolers having some friendly competition all playing to the best of their ability and trying their hardest.

In another song, a boy named Cody has his moment when he gets to go snow racing. Cody jumps aboard his own sled which transforms into a snow mobile through Cody’s imagination. The adventure shows Cody jumping and speeding through the snow, but he’s really moving at a slow walking pace when the scene cuts back to reality and Cody is being dragged on his sled by his mom.

COCOMELON: Season 10 is produced with bright colors and constant movement to keep the attention and focus of young children. With each song and dance there are different elements, so children aren’t watching the same thing multiple times. The episodes are sung and portrayed from the viewpoint of a preschooler. So, when the parents are shown, viewers see it from the child’s perspective. There are also many creative elements included within the season with unicorns, dinosaurs and princesses. Each episode shows the imagination and creativity that children can display. COCOMELON: Season 10 enables children to have that creative freedom.

COCOMELON: Season 10 has no foul language or lewd content. However, when JJ and his family and friends go to the beach, there is some mild nudity. Viewers see JJ, his male friends and his father without shirts. There is also one scene that shows mild violence. When a father and son duo go on a Dinoland adventure, the father is suddenly scared by a dinosaur. The show also displays all the kids dressing up as different characters or animals such as rock stars, bunnies, princesses, farm animals, mermaids, and more. Additionally, there are several songs about Christmas, bunny rabbits during Easter, and Halloween. In the song about bunny rabbits, three children have bunny ears while they sing, with Easter eggs and an Easter basket with eggs nearby.

COCOMELON has a strong moral worldview such as a family with a husband and wife and the importance of friendship. However, there are also a few minor questionable elements such as the promotion of magic through unicorns and references to dinosaurs and Halloween. However, there are also light references to Christmas and Easter in two songs. Overall, COCOMELON: Season 10 is a family-friendly, safe program for children over the age of 3-years-old. MOVIEGUIDE® doesn’t recommend visual entertainment for children under three.

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