Parents' Guide to

Coach Charming

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Colorful pageant coach preps contestants in reality series.

TV TLC Reality TV 2015
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This lighthearted series offers a glimpse into Bill Alverson's uniquely colorful world filled with legal duties, family, and sequined ball gowns. Although his coaching technique isn't particularly unorthodox, he relies heavily on his legal training and theater background to help his clients exude confidence and be highly informed and articulate, especially during interviews.

There are lots of painfully awkward moments as the women strut their stuff under Alverson's critical eye, but the real fun comes from watching him flamboyantly react to them. Interactions with his kids have their moments, too, even though they're more much contrived. Nonetheless, if you enjoy pageant-themed reality, this one will certainly keep you entertained.

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