A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Celebrates jewelry design, materials, craftsmanship, and creativity. It offers some limited information about jewelry making and the jewelry business.
Positive Role Models
The contestants are creative and competitive, but are also nice to each other. The judges are honest, but are polite and constructive, and always manage to say something positive about everyone's work.
The cast is made up of men and women from a range of ages. One judge is of North African heritage, one contestant is Asian, and another is of mixed race. A LGBTQ+ client is featured in one episode.
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Violence & Scariness
Lots of hammers, soldering guns, and other activities that can cause harm if not used correctly. Safety gear is in place throughout.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Jewelry is occasionally referred to as "sexy." Jokes are made about paternity tests. An episode featuring a drag queen contains some suggestive dialogue. Jokes are made about paternity tests, and contain some mild innuendo that will go over the heads of younger viewers.
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The word "bollocks" is used on occasion.
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Products & Purchases
Jewelry created by the judges and others are briely featured. There are references to Google.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
A joke references "boozing."
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that All That Glitters is a reality competition featuring jewelers creating original pieces in hope of winning a title. There's some mild suggestive comments, and occasional references to drinking, but the overall series is polite and family friendly. Google is referenced, and the judges' jewelry designs are briefly shown.
Is It Any Good?
The fun series offers some insight into the craft of jewelry making while watching folks compete for a title and publicity. As the talented and polite jewelers design and create pieces that show off their unique styles and refined skills, brief explanations are offered about the jewelry-making process and how certain looks are achieved. Katherine Ryan doesn't always succeed at being funny, and it's not the most dramatic of competitions, but if you like jewelry or metal works, All That Glitters is worth checking out.
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