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What parents need to know
Parents need to know that this comedy series features people stealing and breaking other laws as part of their job -- and facing few negative consequences for doing so. There's also some sexual content, including crude references to sex acts, and salty language ("ass," "douche," and "bitch"). Cigar smoking and hard alcohol are also visible.
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What's the story?
BREAKING IN stars Bret Harrison as Cameron Price, a college student/computer hacker who's manipulated into joining a madcap high-tech security team. When the Contra Security firm leader known as “Oz” (Christian Slater) pays Price a surprise visit, he suddenly finds himself working alongside a group of off-the-wall geniuses -- including sexy safe cracker Melanie (Odette Yustman), logistic strategist Cash (Alphonso McAuley), and undercover intelligence expert Josh (Trevor Moore) -- as they crack potential clients’ security systems in order to sell them protective services. But Price soon discovers that these jobs are easy compared to dealing with his co-workers’ endless pranks, jealousy issues, and, in the case of office assistant Carol (Jennifer Irwin), overall wackiness.
Is it any good?
The high-tech exploits featured here are unconventional, but the series has most of the traditional antics of a modern sitcom -- including lots of fast talk, quick timing, and slapstick-like pranks. Slater’s deadpan humor also adds to the fun.
The show has some funny moments, but a lot of the jokes contain some strong (and at times crude) sexual humor. Most of the team’s activities aren’t very ethical, either. The messages are questionable, but for viewers mature enough to understand the show's irony, there's something mildly entertaining here.
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