A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It's about completing crazy stunts for cash.
Positive Role Models
Folks are competitive but friendly.
Violence & Scariness
Stunts have explosions, extreme drops, dangerous speeds; safety gear used.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Bathing suits; shirtless men.
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Occasional "crap," "hell."
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Bullseye is a competition series full of dangerous stunts that should never be tried at home. There are lots of explosions, extreme drops, and other dramatic effects. Words such "hell" and "crap" are sometimes audible. It's competitive but friendly.
Is It Any Good?
As with its sister series, Bullseye features folks willing to participate in silly and often dangerous stunts in exchange for cash. Beyond the excitement that comes with contestants successfully acting as human projectiles, it doesn't offer a whole lot.
The challenges are big, and sound effects, explosions, and other elements are added to create more hype. This usually makes the vibe more comical than dramatic, which takes the stakes down a bit. Nonetheless, folks who like this sort of light entertainment will enjoy tuning in.
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