Parents' Guide to

All In with Laila Ali

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Inspiring tales of human triumph make great family viewing.

TV CBS Reality TV 2013
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It's not always easy to find TV programming that's suitable for the whole family and has something to offer every age group, but All in with Laila Ali is a surprising gem of a show that manages just that. These incredible stories will entertain, inspire, and move you, all while treating you to a meandering journey to some beautiful locales around the world. The show's variety is another point in its favor; even though so many remarkable stories of accomplishment are found in traditional athletics, the focus isn't limited to this field. Rather equal time is given to standouts in the arts and in less-familiar areas like BASE jumping and hang gliding, further ensuring there's something for everyone here.

Viewers will come away from All in with Laila Ali with a better appreciation for human diversity and, thus, a greater respect for the unique talents represented within the population as a whole. What's more, the show is a great motivator toward your own –- or your family's own –- goals and serves as a reminder of the value of perseverance and the importance of facing challenges with a can-do spirit.

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