Parents' Guide to

Bling Empire: New York

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

NYC spinoff has labels, drinking, and cursing.

Bling Empire: New York tv poster: Tine Leung and Dorothy Wang are smiling and looking at a window while talking.

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The superficial unscripted spinoff showcases an East Coast, mostly Asian American, group of socialites who are extremely wealthy and narcissistic. As viewers are introduced to the main cast members, their net worth is highlighted, as is their background and source of income, in order to contextualize their blingy way of life. Richard Chang, the "poor" member of the group, is more humble, but clearly enjoys rubbing elbows with the upper crust. Meanwhile, most of their conversations and behaviors are hard to take seriously, as is the drama that unfolds among them. While some will find this entertaining, it makes it easy it to ignore the fact that many of the cast members are intelligent, hard working, and successful professionals. Overall, Bling Empire: New York offers the same obnoxious content as its parent series, which will make fans of the franchise want to tune in.

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