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Parents' Guide to

Young Love

By Ty'Kira Smalls, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Family comedy on love and flaws; some cursing, innuendoes.

TV Max Comedy 2023
Young Love TV show poster: A family of five sits on the stoop in front of their house as the Chicago flag waves above them.

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This charming and sweet series mixes witty humor and timely conversations with playfulness and love. Rae and Mescudi play a great duo, and the family dynamics can be brash yet sensitive. Young Love isn't afraid to present complex topics that will open up room for conversation between parents and their kids. With occasional swearing and sexual innuendo, this series is most suitable for older tweens and teens.

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