Parents' Guide to

Bethenny Getting Married?

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

With less drama, Real Housewife faces marriage and a baby.

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The reality show features a more extended look of Frankel's personal life than what is offered in the original New York installment of the Real Housewives franchise. To this end, Frankel openly talks about her troubled childhood, and focuses on how her past could potentially impact her current relationships.

It's tamer than the original, but some people may still find the voyeuristic look into the reality star's private life interesting. Fans of the RHOFNYC will enjoy the occasional appearance of some of the show's current cast members. But aside from the publicity the show will generate for Frankel's books and her margerita line, the series offers little more than a mildly entertaining reality experience.

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