Henry’s friends think he’s just a timid guy. But under all that timidness is Kid Danger, sidekick to superhero Captain Man. With the help of their team members, Charlotte and Schwoz, the two embark on a whirlwind adventure that involves high-tech gadgets and saving the world from the bad guys.
On the other hand, Henry also has to deal with everyday life as a teenager. From juggling school, being a good friend to his buddy Jasper and having to deal with his stubborn sister, Piper, being Henry Danger is a real full-time job.
Common Sense Media says: “Parents need to know that Henry Danger is a sitcom about a teen who lands a job as a superhero’s sidekick. Exchanges with villains are designed to be funny rather than intimidating, but still there are some verbal threats and staged fighting, including the occasional use of laser guns.
Captain Man is a frequent punching bag, even for his friends, since part of his power protects him from lasting pain. A supporting character’s whininess and demanding nature wears on those around her (but not to the point of making her stop), and Henry’s parents are impossibly oblivious to the nature of his new job. The bottom line? This show is pure fantasy, very predictable, and over-the-top cheesy, but it will entertain younger kids.”