Emma, Ravi, and Zuri Ross head off to a rustic summer camp in Maine, where their parents met as teens. Along with their new friends, love triangle, and the fears of the camp, the trio tries their best to settle into their exciting and challenging new lives at Camp Kikiwaka.
Follows Liv, a popular television star whose show has just finished its run, and Maddie, an outstanding student and school basketball star whose popularity is on the rise, until Liv makes a return to their high school.
Tenzing Norgay Trainor
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 safeWritten by
I think the creators of this show need to get a better understanding of the word "elite." The five white kids they chose to be an elite force of defenders doesn't come even close to what you might have expected.
The five white kids are in a penthouse playing with their abilities. You have one boy who thinks everything is boring, another teen boy who is a nice kid, but inept. Another white boy is yells a lot. There are two pretty white girls that complain about the boys. And a leader who's ridiculously in love with himself.
That's the show so far.
What made Lab Rats unique was the white scientist married to a black news reporter. Their black kid engaged the white bionic neophytes. There were many avenues for entertainment. The show also better represented the face of America.
Mighty Med also had a mixture of people in a unique situation.
They took two clever shows and created a whites only sitcom with little entertainment.
This elite mess needs mighty medicine.
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