You might have noticed we’re a little excited about the newest streaming service launching soon, Disney+. We can’t stop talking about it: we even launched Now Streaming Disney Plus podcast this year, just to have a platform to discuss all that is coming. The number 1 listener question: what to watch first on Disney+? This Forky Asks a Question review shares our thoughts on this one being a Day 1 watch.
What To Watch First On Disney+: Forky Asks a Question
Apparently the kids who watched the movie loved Forky the most. And that’s where this series comes in: it’s for the kids.
And if we keep that in mind, then I think Forky Asks a Question makes a lot more sense. Okay, maybe a little sense, cause…
Forky Asks a Question Review
This show is a little bananapants but also a lot of fun.
Is that a legit review? Sure- because when you see it, I think that’s the word that will come to mind.
Tony Hale is back as Forky, the toy created from trash that has #allthequestions about life. In this series, we’re treated to short vignettes where Forky asks a question and Hamm is stuck trying to explain something in 2 minutes or less.
It didn’t work for me on some levels, but I recognize that I’m not Forky Asks a Question’s target audience. That audience is going to eat this quick, easily digestible series up and be asking for more.
Forky Asks a Question! Podcast Review On Now Streaming Disney Plus
Andrea and I have differing opinions on this one, specifically when it comes to length.
I say Forky Asks a Question is long enough; Andrea was hoping for a bit more. Here’s why on the Now Streaming Disney Plus Podcast.
Parent Review: What Ages Should Watch Forky Asks a Question on Disney+?
All ages are ripe for enjoying Forky Asks A Question.
I think my teens will find him loveably absurd and I know my 8-year-old will be on Team More Forky.
There’s nothing to keep you from watching this one as a family, unless you’re like me, and want to take those 3 minutes to go ahead and refill the popcorn bowl. Because Forky is a lot, y’all, for parents to accept.
What To Watch Day 1 On Disney Plus
I’m a fangirl and I don’t pretend otherwise. Geeking out over pop culture is a big part of My No-Guilt Life, and I’m here to say it’s ok if that’s your thing too! No matter how old you are. Ahem. I’m solidly on #TeamCap and think Iron Man has gotten a bit big for his gold-titanium alloy britches. Oh- and I’m completely in love with Agent Coulson and Agent May. Completely.