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An interdimensional princess, from the kingdom of Mewni, named Star Butterfly is sent to a new dimension, the Earth dimension, to learn how to use her newest possession, the royal family wand, and she finds help along the way meeting an Earth boy named Marco Diaz, and she lives with Marco and his parents causing all kinds of interdimensional mischief.Written by
It's difficult to explain, this show is simply amazing and entertaining to watch! The main characters are all charming and lovable, the plot is enticing, and the humor is surprisingly fun for adults as well as kids. There has been a trend of brilliant kids cartoons like Steven Universe, Gravity Falls, and Adventure Time reversing the otherwise downward trend kids TV programs face. There seems to be a great disparity between kids shows these days, in that they're all either mindless cash grabs by network producers, or they're completely brilliant and absolutely amazing for kids and adults alike. Star Vs the Forces of Evil certainly falls into the ladder. It actually took long exposure to heavy praise of the show to get me to finally buckle down and watch it. Half way into season 1, I was hooked. Though the traits that make it a kids program are often glaring, the characters are so well-written that it becomes difficult not to love them. Once the plot falls into motion, it's impossible to stop watching. Having watched up to the most recent episode as of posting this, it's impossible for me to give this show any less than a 10. All i can say more is, if you start to watch this show, you'll fall in love, no matter what age you are.
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