Not interested / seen
What this Dr. Seuss adaptation might lack in originality, it makes up for by committing to the bit: visual gags aplenty, colorful art direction, and ridiculous situations ramping up into full set pieces. But beyond the show’s playfulness is a story about families just trying to make things work and people who don’t get along (with the second season even touching on anti-war themes)—which should all prove insightful enough for adults and for slightly older kids. And with simple animation that has clear effort put into it, Green Eggs and Ham’s unfortunately short run never comes off as a cheap cash grab.
What did you think? Who should watch it?