Too old for cartoons and not old enough for primetime, tweens have limited choices when it comes to TV shows.
Too old for cartoons and not old enough for primetime, tweens have limited choices when it comes to TV shows. Luckily, there are a few channels that try to cater to this specific age range. From new shows to classic hits, set your DVR for these tween-approved TV series.
Think SNL for the younger crowd. The Nickelodeon comedy showcases tweens who make audiences laugh with sketches like "A Cave Girl's Guide to Beauty," a vlog hosted by the self-proclaimed prehistoric beauty expert, and "Swag Master J," the nerd who can "swaggify" anything. (Wednesdays and Sundays, 7:30 p.m. EST)
Though they weren't around for the originals, kids can still enjoy the Tanner family antics. Revived by Nickelodeon, the '90s sitcom centers on Danny Tanner who, with the help of his two best friends, manages to raise three daughters after the death of his wife. (Daily, 8 to 11 p.m. EST)
This ABC comedy is the perfect show for, well, families. Tweens relate to the struggles of high schoolers Manny, Luke, and Alex, while parents laugh at the more mature topics. (Wednesday, 9 p.m. EST)
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