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Lab Rats: Elite Force 

When Mighty Med hospital is destroyed, bionic heroes Bree and Chase join superheroes Kaz, Oliver, and Skylar to form an Elite Force and take down those responsible for the attack.
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Series cast summary:
William Brent ...  Chase Davenport 16 episodes, 2016
Bradley Steven Perry ...  Kaz 16 episodes, 2016
Jake Short ...  Oliver 16 episodes, 2016
Paris Berelc ...  Skylar Storm 16 episodes, 2016
Kelli Berglund ...  Bree Davenport 16 episodes, 2016
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Set in the Lab Rats world after the Mighty Med hospital is destroyed by a band of unknown super-villains. Kaz, Oliver and Skylar join forces with Chase and Bree to form a powerful elite force that combines bionic abilities and super powers. Together, they vow to track down the villains and keep the world safe Written by Tre'maine Singh

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2 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Lab Rats: Fuerza élite See more »

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Elite Brats. Something's got to give.
16 September 2016 | by pogopuggieSee all my reviews

The opening credits for Disney XD's first ever cross-over merger would have you believe that it has brought together the best parts of both; Lab Rats' action and Mighty Med's half decent plot for children's television shows. Unfortunately it is presently a sitcom about spoiled supers who bicker in a penthouse.

Mighty Med and Lab Rats were "bad TV" in that innocent and endearing way Disney have mastered to create shows endurable enough for mum & dad to stick with. Now with Elite Force the actors have grown (even in their craft, with some visibly muting their skills to keep it camp) and these 16-18 year old characters are constantly at odds, not with an enemy but with each other, and mum & dad are getting a headache. Entitlement seems to seep from their pores. Pausing to note that the casting has fallen to "passably whites" and anyone without the right waist-line is a joke, the most noticeable let-down is the upgraded awkward. The sweetness of "boy likes girl" is long gone, "boy films girl without her consent" has arrived, and it has got to stop. The actors deserve better and so does the audience.

It seems to have been the plan to inject the Kaz and Oliver characters into the formula where Adam and Leo would be. What they haven't counted on are trait similarities battling for space. With Skylar and Bree occupying essentially the same character, Oliver and Chase reduced to idiots in one another's world, and Kaz having his usually on-point cheek overcast by the constantly snarky dialogue, something's got to give for this merger to work.

I'm happy to see this come together, I'm glad they're giving this a go. It still has potential but I don't see it holding the attention of fans for much longer with this kind of forced character conflict replacing story and lack of plot-driving nemesis that would even call for the existence of an "Elite Force".


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