Mia is pulled back into the real world before she's had a chance to confront Panthea. She has to go back, but Vincent and Paula worry that she's in danger. However, when they see ominous new images ...
Mia used to read about the land of Centopia in an ancient book of myths. Now, thanks to a high-tech portal designed by her father, she finds herself hurled into this wondrous world of elves, unicorns and pans. But the once idyllic kingdom is embroiled in conflict. The evil Queen Panthea seeks to capture the unicorns and harness their power to keep herself young. The valiant elves, led by noble Prince Mo and daring warrior Yuko, fight to stop her. And thanks to her unique ability to communicate with unicorns, Mia must personally safeguard the golden-horned Onchao. As she bounces between trying to fit in at her new school and her life as an elf, Mia must uncover skills she didn't know she had, in her struggle to prevent this incredible world from being consumed by Panthea's evil power.Written by
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If you have a child that enjoys fairies and elves and unicorns and such, then this is something else for them to watch. It's a fantasy show where a real life (live action) teenage girl is magically transported to a (CG animated) land of flying elves on occasion.
Season 1 is formulaic with the new girl in school and the school bullies and the outcast friends. Lessons are learned, friends are made, bullies get their comeuppance, and in the fantasy land the heroes band together to defeat the villain.
Season 2 gets more complex. The focus is on the main character and her school bully as they both spend a summer on their respective families' houses in the country. The stakes are higher and we learn more about the families of the characters. The antagonist even gets to join in on the fantasy adventures and gets her own redemption arc. The fantasy story involves freeing animals and finding characters and solving puzzles and has a little more to it than the last season.
Season 3 is weird and different but ultimately inoffensive. All of the actors are replaced, there's a new Mia and a new voice cast and new characters. The fantasy story is just a rehash of Season 1. The new cast is fine. It's admittedly less engaging than the first two seasons, but it'll do for anyone wanting to see Mia go on more adventures.
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