Play-Doh Squished

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PLAY-DOH SQUISHED features three teams of fun-loving adults and kids going ‘doh-to-doh’ in the ultimate Holiday Competition. The groups compete in two physical challenges that culminate in a sculpting event where they must build immersive Winter Wonderlands out of Play-Doh! In the end, only one team will win a grand prize, while the other teams’ creations will get SQUISHED! Sarah Hyland hosts.
Starring
Sarah Hyland
Genres
UnscriptedComedySpecial InterestTalk Show and Variety
Subtitles
English [CC]DeutschEspañol
Audio languages
EnglishEnglish [Audio Description]
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    December 9 2021
    45min
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    Subtitles
    English [CC], Deutsch, Español
    Audio languages
    English, English [Audio Description]
    PLAY-DOH SQUISHED features three teams of fun-loving adults and kids going ‘doh-to-doh’ in the ultimate Holiday Competition. The groups compete in two physical challenges that culminate in a sculpting event where they must build immersive Winter Wonderlands out of Play-Doh! In the end, only one team will win a grand prize, while the other teams’ creations will get SQUISHED! Sarah Hyland hosts.

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Directors
Matt Bartley
Producers
Entertainment One
Season year
2021
Network
Amazon Studios
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3.2 out of 5 stars

13 global ratings

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Brian ButzReviewed in the United States on December 11, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
This show is a blight on child development., Annoying with no creativity
I confess I did not watch this whole thing. I was expecting a Play-Doh version of "Lego Masters" Where teams would compete bringing their creativity to projects pushing the boundaries of what can be done with the toy/activity. Had it been what I expected it could have been brilliant and excellent children's television. As an adult I still sculpt clay and occasionally play with Lego, learning new tricks and techniques can improve the quality of projects and simplify the processes to achieve intended goals. With "Lego Masters" the viewer can get ideas how to use the product in new and exciting ways, encouraging the viewer to expand their abilities. Lego Masters also presents good examples of team building, problem solving, cooperation and time management, it's often the team that plans and communicates best that is the most successful. Lego Masters teaches real world skills, encourages civility and inspires creativity. This show is a blight on child development. Play Doh is essentially an afterthought. This is basically "Super-Sloppy Double Dare" for a new generation with challenges incorporating Play Doh. Challenges include weird demeaning stunts involving costumes, throwing clay creations and an obstacle course. Competitions are essentially races asking contestants to make simple predetermined designs as quickly as possible then doing humiliating and disrespectful things with their literal cookie cutter creations. There is no artistry or creativity involved for competitors. The "team encouragement" is almost exclusively pointing out mistakes of team members and yelling "faster". While negative reinforcement may work while playing dodgeball, it has nothing to do with playing with Play-Doh, unless you want to encourage kids to throw it at each other. The competitions here do not encourage thought, respect, creativity or civility. Play Doh should be a creative collaborative quiet activity to encourage experimentation, imagination and artistry. Play Doh is an activity where non-athletic kids can excel at and feel a sense of respect and achievement, yet this show takes that away brutally, their talents aren't even a consideration. It's atrocious that this show makes kids who play with clay to feel like losers for not winning obstacle courses. Competitions with clay should have nothing to do with climbing, running and jumping. This competition demeans the most prolific users of the product it's promoting. Hasbro should be ashamed.
20 people found this helpful
Chrissie M.Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Competition Age Appropriate /Age Difference
This show is great yet its not first Episode there are three families two with younger children one with a older like children. The Play Doh Arena and the Tree Ornaments with Teams Bananas Bros and Kneady Friends are of the same age and it seem like SD All-Stars are not and they the best advantage of winning those competitions, which seems and shown as to not being fair in the Kneady Friends eyes and with the Christimas creation it didn't seem fair to the Banana Bros family at all but they pushed through it. This show need age appropriate competition SD All Stars should be with their age group and just add the same age group with Kneady Friends and Banana Bros. Everything is great but Age Appropriate Competition is the downplay for this show. Yet Congratulations to the Kneady Friends in the end.
9 people found this helpful
PammyReviewed in the United States on December 13, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
What a great idea for a show!
I loved watching this. It certainly kicked off the holidays! Our family enjoyed the sheer creativity behind each of the pieces created and how clever each team was in creating a Winter Wonderland! I loved how funny the show was and how it really focused on the kids using their imaginations. Great job Sarah! I hope there are more shows in the works!
6 people found this helpful
BlancaReviewed in the United States on January 4, 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
4th, 5th, and 8th grader approved!
As a teacher, I showed this over a few days for indoor recess & subbing & the kids loved it! It held their interest and was appropriate to show in a school setting.
My own 14 year old really enjoyed it as well!
7 people found this helpful
RyeskiReviewed in the United States on December 11, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
show is eh
brian butz is right
6 people found this helpful
nick odonnellReviewed in the United States on December 15, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
This show is a modern miracle
To say we were surprised and delighted by this would be an understatement. It’s 2021’s holiday must watch.
4 people found this helpful
Hillary H.Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
What a great family friendly show for the holidays! The Banana Bros did such a great job!
This show was so entertaining. Katie K's reactions were priceless.
6 people found this helpful
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on January 12, 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Fun to watch
The show was fun to watch the teams create play dough scenes! Loved the competition!
4 people found this helpful
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