‘The Toy Box’ Gives toy inventors a chance to make their dream a reality
I am normally not a fan of competition shows. They are not always that great, and they can get old fast. Many of these shows last longer than they should, and just rarely peak my interest. So I was hesitant at first to watch The Toy Box. It was a show that really surprised me. I was able to watch a screener of the pilot and here is what I thought of it.
You can read the premise for The Toy Box here:
The Toy Box is the ultimate toy-competition series, providing talented designers with the chance of a lifetime: an opportunity to bring their toy concept to life. Hosted by Eric Stonestreet (Modern Family), the toys – and their inventors – are put through a series of trials and tests before facing the ultimate judges – a panel of no-nonsense, toy-loving kids.
The Toy Box is unlike any show I have ever seen. It is so touching, inspiring and truly heart warming. To see people who have put so much into their toy idea and get a chance to get it on the shelves is a joy to see. I had no idea there were so many amateur toy makers out there, some who have literally risked everything for their dream. The show itself is a great concept where these people get a chance to present their toy and each week one of them gets a step closer to having their idea put on the shelves by Mattel. This is the first new show in a while that I would highly recommend. If you want to learn more about The Toy Box click on this website.