Bring It!

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 11+

Hip-hop-style Dance Moms with more mentoring.

Parents say

age 13+

Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 2 reviews

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Community Reviews

age 10+

Missing a lot

The acting of the moms is horrible. Selena sounds like she's trying to remember her lines. I watch for the battles, but they don't show them much anymore. And if this is with a real expectations thoat moms would never be a motivational speaker nor role model promoting bullying attitudes.
age 18+

Started out good. Turned into adult drama

If you could take Coach D and the parents out of the show. It would be great. The dancers work hard and show that hard work can pay off. But the coach has a bad attitude and talks to the kids, parents and other coaches in a very disrespectful way. Yelling, cussing, and talking down to the kids in a way that doesn't build them up in anyway whatsoever. She claims to do it to make them stronger, but the tears in the eyes of the kids doesn't show strength in my opinion. The parents get to watch to kids train from a room which fine. But the show now spends too much time focusing on them. They talk about the kids but the language (cussing) gets bad fast and they get completely off topic a lot. Conversations about relationships, implants, etc. Just stuff that has nothing to do with the girls dancing. I watched most of the first season with my wife and daughter. She (my daughter, 11) loves to dance around, so she immediately liked to show. Unfortunately because of all the cussing and adult situations added to the show (I feel for ratings) I had to stop her from watching. If your kid is older and already dealing with adult situations in there life, the show may be fine for them. But I am still trying to raise my kids to be more respectful. This show could influence them to speak to people rudely.

This title has:

Too much swearing

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