Parents' Guide to

Brides of Beverly Hills

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Over-the-top characters sell pricey dresses to rich women.

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age 18+

Based on 1 parent review

age 18+

Tasteless, classless and awful.

This is one of the worst bridal shows I have seen. The staff was horrible and showed terrible behavior. There was a porn star featured on the first episode and they acted so childish about it. The owner actually googled the client and shared it with another person who proceded to go ask the clients husband very inappropriate questions. I will never watch this again.

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The series is as much about trying on wedding dresses as it is the eclectic assortment of clients they serve, many who appear more interested in showing off their wealth than finding something that is special to them. The only real spark of the show is Lee, whose flamboyant personality makes otherwise mundane events just a little bit more interesting.

Folks who like watching wedding-themed TV will enjoy the parade of designer dresses being featured here. But the cost of most of these dresses, and the obnoxious attitudes of some of the clients, might take some of the fun out of it.

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