Buying Beverly Hills

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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age 15+

Real estate reality has familiar formula, cast, and cursing.

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What does this show stand for?

What does this show stand for? The daughters are presumptuous and lack substance to substantiate their inflated egos. Is America simply celebrating the vapid who are given opportunities without earning them from their biological sugar daddies, all while distracting us with imagery of properties? Mauricio is an oxymoron; his rule in business is "no assholes;" yet he laughs from the heart when others shamefully bully an African-American child on national TV and supports his wife's sass. It is inevitable that there have been literally no advertisements for this show, as Netflix is striving for better.

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Too much consumerism

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