TV Reviews

age 14+
Behind-the-scenes glimpse at making films is OK for teens.
Network: Hulu
(2015)
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age 6+
Fast-paced, star-studded series is fun for football fans.
Network: Nickelodeon
(2015)
age 8+
Car-racing show entertains, defies gender stereotypes.
Network: Nickelodeon
(2015)
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age 7+
Biographical show inspires with athletes' tales of success.
Network: Disney XD, ESPN
(2014)
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age 15+
Viewers learn about filmmaking in slightly edgy docuseries.
Network: Starz
(2014)
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age 13+
Fame-hungry family's "reality" feels forced and forgettable.
Network: Lifetime
(2014)
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age 12+
KISS-themed football reality has strong vocab.
Network: AMC
(2014)
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age 12+
Fun fantasy/reality competition with a few scares.
Network: ABC
(2014)
age 11+
Dance studio makeovers put iffy mentor center stage.
Network: Lifetime
(2014)
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age 12+
Wrestler tries dangerous stunts for adrenaline rush.
Network: Animal Planet
(2014)
age 12+
Album documentary is best for longtime fans of The Boss.
Network: HBO
(2014)
age 9+
Design contest wows with talents, friendly competition.
Network: Syfy
(2014)
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age 11+
Hip-hop-style Dance Moms with more mentoring.
Network: Lifetime Television
(2014)
age 10+
Hall of Famer puts family first in mild reality.
Network: OWN
(2014)
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age 14+
Gritty arm-wrestling reality show has violence, profanity.
Network: AMC
(2014)
age 14+
Runway spin-off is more of the same for fashionistas.
Network: Lifetime Television
(2014)
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age 15+
Female barrel racers compete, argue, curse.
Network: A&E
(2013)
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age 13+
Fitness duo promotes their biz, plus lots of other brands.
Network: Bravo
(2013)
age 13+
Docuseries explores unusual role of sports mascots.
Network: Hulu
(2013)
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age 14+
Docuseries flaunts painted bodies -- some nude, some scary.
Network: Syfy
(2013)

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