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Nicole puts everything on the line to rescue Dion from Suzanne and BIONA. Later, Charlotte uncovers a terrifying truth.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Raising Dion from 420 votes.
With the crooked man closing in and a final confrontation seemingly inevitable, a terrified Nicole tries to protect Dion by fleeing the city.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Raising Dion from 424 votes.
When Dion is taken to the hospital with a mysterious ailment, Nicole and Pat worry his powers may be discovered.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Raising Dion from 424 votes.
The life-altering events surrounding Mark's past come into focus. Nicole struggles to give Dion his dream birthday. Esperanza makes a discovery.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Raising Dion from 453 votes.
Following a run-in at school, Nicole has a difficult but necessary conversation with her son. A mysterious figure from Mark's past resurfaces.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Raising Dion from 478 votes.
Nicole gets reacquainted with an old passion. Charlotte offers to take Dion under her wing. Pat gets some unexpected news at work.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Raising Dion from 437 votes.
As Nicole tries to track down the person behind an ominous photo, Pat takes Dion to BIONA, where they see a few things not on the official tour.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Raising Dion from 446 votes.
Widowed mom Nicole struggles to raise her only child Dion, not knowing the second-grader possesses powers beyond anyone's comprehension.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Raising Dion from 616 votes.
Dion's powers continue to perplex an increasingly on-edge Nicole. Pat volunteers to investigate a possible lead into Mark's past.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Raising Dion from 527 votes.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Raising Dion from 0 votes.
Last updated: apr 04, 2021
Really cool show...interesting perspective of being a superhero from a 7 year old kid! The acting is great and the cgi is cool. Already looking forward to season 2.
was somewhat disappointed. Production was lacking in many episodes. Felt like a CW show. Dion comes across as annoying.
Very disappointing show. The drama is so bad, it's melodrama. One would wonder why this kind of TV show gets out, with poor sci-fi, poor drama, poor writing.
I don't get people complaining about Dion being "annoying." He's an 8 year old child, for god's sake. What were you expecting? Of course he's going to react the way any normal child would react when faced with scary or unusual circumstances. If you can't comprehend this simple fact, then this show is not for you. Also, don't ever have children, please. As for the show, I loved it. I loved that, while one can say that it is a "superhero show," the main protagonist of the story is Dion's relationship with his mom. Alisha Wainwright was absolutely FANTASTIC and Ja'Siah was great for being such a young actor. Their dynamic felt so natural, it was a joy to watch their scenes together. I came for the superhero bits, and I stayed for the compelling story and the beautiful bond between a mother and her child.
Ja siah is annoying enough to almost make us stop watching this series..all other actor's are great and storyline is well done. Just that kid .is to much over the top and frustrating
I’m halfway through it and it’s an okay series.... The editing is a bit erratic and sometimes jumps to new scenes with no thought or planing. The kid that plays Dion, just can’t act and you just end up finding the character annoying..... The CGI is outstanding and the true star of the show.....
I enjoyed the show a'lot honestly so much I went and read the comics the show is based off of. Dion particular powers reminded me of Franklin Richards son of Mr Fantastic and Invisible Woman so it was like being able to see another version of a omega level mutant but on TV which to us comic book nerds was pretty cool. I liked the story and the plot twist and look forward to season 2. My favorite part of the whole show though was Dion's best friend in the wheel chair, her presence in the show made everything better I feel without her there would be a huge lack of growth in Dion's character. On a personal level I love how they explore the struggles of having to be a single mother raising a son, especially a black son I like how they touch the subject of subtle racism; also how they show how us a culture have to be taught from a young age how to combat these type of things without holding hatred in our hearts. Overall I believe it was a great show.
I liked it overall, for the story and some sense of novelty, but I can’t see away from how many tropes and cringe-worthy moments there were in this. Enjoyed the “big reveal”, but all in all it felt a little hasty and exaggerated.
This could be an ok show. Too many irritating factors going on and people. Seems like Pat is gonna try and take credit or give Dion up for his own good but I'm only on #6. I also think I want to take Dion and whoop his tail.
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