With all-new gadgets, high-flying action, exciting chases and a wisecracking new handler, Derek (Anthony Anderson), Cody has to retrieve the device before the world's leaders fall under the evil control of a diabolical villain.
A young girl and her blended family move to the small cottage town of Evermoor. All is well until sinister things start to happen, magic tapestries, an enchanted typewriter. Only a few of the strange things found in the town of Evermoor.
Bruno Walton and Melvin "Boots" O'Neal are the most infamous troublemakers at MacDonald Hall - a supposedly prestigious school for boys. Bruno, the brains behind the operation, has managed ... See full summary »
A new teaching system arrives at the hall and the boys hate it and and try to get rid of it in secret. Bruno's plans never turn out the way they planned so guess who had another plan. The ... See full summary »
Headmaster Sturgeon has had enough. In an attempt to put an end to Bruno and Boots high jinks, he declares that they are to be separated; no shared classes and, most certainly, no shared ... See full summary »
It's a fun show. I am 17 and my nephew is 6 and we both enjoyed watching the first 10 episodes together. I would recommend it to middle school age girls because the life lessons Kit goes through would be most relatable to them in the majority. I think this show lacks diversity in its actors and that's annoying to say the least. The show is about a girl (Kit Bridges) and her father move to England for him to take a job at an equestrian boarding school as the new stable master and boys riding coach. Kit makes friends by standing up for her and her classmates individuality. Her main battle in the show is trying to overcome her fear of riding to save a horse that she connected with but the head master wants to send to be auctioned off. Kit learns from a lot of mistakes and gains friends through her perseverance.
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