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Kids & Tweens: TV shows to watch

By asoglin
Thursday, July 26th, 2007 at 1:49 pm in TV.

20070301 TV kidsMonk” is family-friendly programming. At least that’s what one viewer wrote in “Cheers & Jeers” in TV Guide’s latest issue. The mom likes the USA Network comedy starring Tony Shalub as a quirky private detective because it’s a show she can watch with her children. Which got us to thinking — what shows are great for the whole family?

In my house, re-runs of “Everybody Loves Raymond” usually entertain us over dinner. Occasionally the subject matter is a little mature for my 10-year-old stepdaughter, but more often it’s just lighthearted comedy with family at its core. Sort of like the good old days when “The Cosby Show” and “The Waltons” were must-see for everyone.

So where, outside of Nickelodean and the Disney Channel, can we find the best family viewing? You tell us. Which shows do you like to watch with your elementary and/or middle school children and why? Either post a comment or e-mail us with your response.
Ann Tatko-Peterson

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