Centaurworld Season 1 Review: A Must Watch


Centaurworld!!!! (Sings)

This is one of those shows that will make you ask yourself “What did I just watch?!” but will have you singing along, laughing, and rooting for the characters. I am highly surprised by Centaurworld. When I first started to watch it I was very unsure about it, but I couldn’t take my eyes off the screen. The show had me laughing, crying, and looking forward to a season 2. Centaurworld hits Netflix on July 30th, and I really hope you watch it! Here is my full Centaurworld Season 1 Review.

Centaurworld season 1 review

My Centaurworld Season 1 Review

Where do I begin with Centaurworld. Haha! The show is weird, wacky, amazing, has catchy songs, and the different animation styles are fun to watch. I had no idea what I was getting into when I started to watch Centaurworld, but I came out the other side in love with this show. The characters are so well fleshed out and compliment each other so well. Especially, Horse, Wammawink (Megan Hilty), Zulius (Parvesh Cheena), Durpleton (Josh Radnor), Glendale (Megan Nicole Dong), and Ched (Chris Diamantopoulos).

This motley crew of crazies is so much fun to watch. When they get together and sing it’s even better. Speaking of the songs. This show is a musical, and I have to say if they ever turn this into a Broadway musical I will be in the front row to watch it. The songs are just as out there and crazy as the characters, but they are catchy and work so well in the show. There is a song shared between Horse (Kimiko Glenn) and Rider (Jessie Mueller), and it brings me to tears every time I hear it. It’s a song used by Rider to calm Horse, but it shows the deep connection and love Horse and Rider have for each other.

My favorite things about Centaurworld

Other things I love about the show are the different animation styles that help to separate the world of Horse and Rider and Centaurworld. The world of Horse and Rider is dark, foreboding, and very angled. It is full of dark greens, browns, greys, and black colors. Centaurworld is the opposite. It is full of bright colors and the lines are rounded. But the biggest plus Centaurworld has going for it is its story. It is a story of friendship, what makes a family, discovering new things, adapting to change in circumstances, and so much more. The growth both Horse and Wammawink go through in the show are the biggest character development glow-ups I have seen in a TV Show recently, and I love it. So how would I rate Centaurworld?

My Rating

Centaurworld is a crazy and epic fantasy adventure for both the characters and for the audience. I can’t give it anything less than an A+, and I am REALLY looking forward to seeing what happens in season 2. (Because there better be a season 2! Haha!) BUT, I do have one qualm with the show.

Parental Guide

My one qualm with Centaurworld. Netflix has listed Centaurworld as TV-Y7 but I disagree with this rating. Centaurworld contains a lot of scary images and adult themes in its cheery upbeat episodes and can at first seem like a kid’s show, but in reality, it is not. Centaurworld actually reminds me a lot of Rick & Morty just slightly not as adult in content. There is a character who is a kleptomaniac who stores things in her belly hole, creepy and uncomfortable moletaurs, very scary bad guy, and more. I recommend this show for adults or ages 13 and up.

Centaurworld Synopsis

Centaurworld follows a warhorse who is transported from her embattled world to a strange land inhabited by silly, singing centaurs of all species, shapes, and sizes. Desperate to return home, she befriends a group of these magical creatures and embarks on a journey that will test her more than any battle she’s ever faced before.

Centaurworld Trailer

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Centaurworld Season 1 Review: A Must Watch

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