Disney The Ghost & Molly McGee. Series Review & Q&A With The Stars Of The Show
As a parent I absolutely love a series we can all watch together as a family. A series that is highly entertaining but that we can all learn from and help reinforce some important life lessons we teach our daughter. I’m happy to report that Disney has done it again! The Ghost And Molly Mcgee is a funny optimistic show with tons of valuable lessons. My little family and I were able to screen the episode airing November 6th, talk to the cast, and even have a fun little drawing lesson and the whole evening was such a hit! If you are looking for your new favorite series, you've found it!
What exactly is the story line? Well without giving too much away, the series is about an unlikely friendship between Molly McGee (voice by Ashley Burch) and Scratch (voice by Dana Snyder). Molly is a tween, biracial, optimistic girl always trying to bring people and things together while making us laugh along the way. Her grumpy ghost friend is always trying to scare others, which my kiddo and I'm sure yours will too, gets a kick out of. We not only highly recommend keeping an eye out for the all new episode airing November 6th, but watching the whole series. You can catch all new episodes of The Ghost And Molly McGee every Saturday on Disney Channel or you can catch up on all the episodes over on Disney +. And guess what? The show has been such a hit that the 2nd season has already been greenlit! We are so excited about this news.
About the Q&A
Our virtual Q&A with Ashley Burch (voice of Molly) and Dana Snyder (voice of Scratch) was a lot of fun. Ashley talked to us all about her character and how she felt it connected to her in real life. During the interview I could tell she too was very much like Molly, bubbly and very sweet. Dana was funny, outspoken and I could definitely see how those characteristics connected him to Scratch. During our interview Ashley and Dana were asked what important message they wanted the audience to take from the series. Dana said, "I want people to see how you never know where you will make a new friend". Referring to Molly and Scratch's unlikely friendship. Ashley mentioned she wanted people to see the importance of learning new things and not being afraid of what we don't understand, also referring to Molly and Scratch's character.
After the fun Q&A we got to learn how to draw Scratch in a step by step tutorial thanks to Karl Cruz. This is how we did. What do you think?
This is a great show the whole family is sure to enjoy. Because the story line is based on a tween I do believe the older kids will be able to relate more to the humor and story line however the littles will get a kick out of the silly grumpy ghost, which makes it perfect for kiddos of all ages. Don't forget to catch season 1 on Disney Channel or Disney +. Thank you so much to our friend Kristin Cruz and Disney Branded TV PR for the fun evening and delicious treats.
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