I really did try to like the show. As soon as I pressed play, as soon as I saw the introduction I immediately knew I was in for an awful experience. I couldn't get past the first episode; it didn't follow the plot from the movie.
I am 34 and my daughter is 16 years old and we both loveeeee this show! This is one of the only animations I will sit down and actually watch all the way through. Sharzod is one of my fave characters, she is Hilarious the way her and tip go back and forth. We always wanted to meet the writers for the this show to give them a high five! lmbo.
Got very excited when I saw this on Netflix... until I pressed play. Everything was just too over the top for me and the "funny moments" just felt too forced and the plots were all over the place. Although anyone who likes Adventure Time will probably love this as it's basically just that show with Home characters.
Let me start by saying I loved Home the movie, but the TV show is absolutely not watchable at all, which is very disappointing because I really wanted to love it! It was loud, obnoxious, unfunny, and gross. At one point a character gets vomited on over and over. Even my 4-year-old disliked it, and Home is her favorite movie.
This is the worst children's show I have ever seen. My kids didn't even argue when midway through one episode I asked them to find a different show. Anyone involved with the making of this show, in any capacity, should be ashamed of themselves. Netflix can't be this hard up for content, can they?
I've been watching this show with my 9 year old son for a few years now. It's an interesting perspective to a teenage girl's life and on how difficult it might be for an alien (foreigner) in a new environment. The show is intelligent, crazy, funny and one of the few shows I can repeat watching and still consider it entertaining.
I love this show. I had to wait until adulthood to get a cartoon with a relatable, black girl protagonist. Tip is an interesting character who is a bit of a tomboy, isn't a perfect Mary Sue, and isn't a boring stereotype.
The show itself is a fun watch for adults and children. My daughter and I have watched every episode and look forward to season 5. One of my favorite cartoons
I'm very disappointed in this series as the movie "Home" was the first movie my son at the age of 1 sat and watched from start to finish. I was really excited for the series and have allowed him to watch some episodes and realized that the context is not appropriate at all for a 3 year old. It is nothing like the movie was. I find it highly inappropriate for any child under the age of 15 to watch. This show contains bad words and sexual innuendos. Now he cries when I tell him he can't watch what was his favorite show.