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Parents' Guide to

100 Days of Summer

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Bland Chicago reality has language, drinking, innuendo.

TV Bravo Reality TV 2014
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100 Days of Summer attempts to offer a new reality experience by offering viewers a glimpse into the short summer professional and social season of young Midwestern professionals. But like many reality series, what it really offers is a voyeuristic look into a world of privilege and catty relationships.

The Midwestern gang is more polite than other reality cast members, which makes the drama seem a bit slow, but no less petty. If you like this sort of entertainment, then you'll enjoy it. But outside of being set in Chicago, there's nothing here that makes it particularly original.

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