This review may contain spoilers, but I did my best to avoid any at all. Do keep in mind though if reading it and you haven’t yet watched the show.

Summary: The characters in the unique city of Big Hero 6 get their own series, packed with adventures.

Title: Baymax

Rating: 9+

Runtime: 12 Minutes Each Episode

Cast: Scott Adsit, Ryan Potter, Dichen Lachman, Sarah-Nicole Robles, Alex Davis, Carlos Ferros, Angel Parker, Brandon Scott, Maya Rudolph, Emily Kuroda, Lilimar, Jaboukie Young-White, Brian Tee and Zeno Robinson.

Director: Dean Wellins, Lissa Treiman, Dan Abraham and Mark Kennedy

Writers: Cirocco Dunlap, Julia Fitzmaurice, Dan Hall and Jeff Snow


This mini tv series follows our beloved inflatable healer robot and what he does in his everyday life to make people better. He now is going out to his world searching for people calling out in pain, wanting to help ease their ailments as he follows them around until they are healed, and handing out red lollipops.

He went through so much within this as none of the people initially wanted him to help them even though he wasn’t going to cause them any pain. I loved that he didn’t give up on any of them, which I know he can’t really do anyway as it’s not how he was made, but he kept helping them and made sure they got all the help he could give them. It was honestly so sweet.

We saw such a great variety of things he had to help with which I loved and we also got to explore the city a bit more with him too. We saw inclusion constantly throughout the series and another positive image shown on period help which is great. That was a really great scene with everyone offering up what was best to use.

There were so many great things about the show but saying too much would be so many spoilers I don’t want too get to detailed. It was so creatively made, I loved how he formed his relationships with these strangers and how he helped no matter what. How can you not love Baymax.

The huge downside was that this show was too short, I just wanted more. It was so much fun and a quick easy watch that will make you feel good and you’ll just enjoy it from start to finish. So much happens in a short time and it’s a perfect extension to big hero 6 and what was started within that movie.


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